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At Mandarin Oriental New York, Spring Cocktails Go Way Beyond Sake

By Winnie McCroy | May 11
Look no further than the Mandarin Oriental in New York City for a spring cocktail menu packed with artisan spirits and a sommelier with a story to tell.

Feeling Vine with Sommelier Kristen Siebecker

By Kelsy Chauvin | Mar 25
Being a wine expert takes time, a great palate, and true professional devotion to something most of us think of as recreational. But as Certified Sommelier Kristen Siebecker admits, it's a labor of love she couldn't be more happy about.

Wine Not? A Conversation with Michael Klauber

By Laura Grimmer | Feb 19
Sarasota restaurateur and wine expert Michael Klauber offers EDGE tips on unique, affordable wines, as well as a teaser for exclusive wine travel throughout the world.

Wine Not? Wine Club Memberships for Every Palate

By Laura Grimmer | Nov 24
Looking to give a gift that keeps on giving? Consider a wine club membership, which offers the best whites, reds and bubbly from around the world - all delivered to your recipient's door without a hassle.

New York Named World's Top Wine Destination

By EDGE | Jul 11
Thirty-six New York restaurant wine lists have been honored in "The World of Fine Wine"'s inaugural World's Best Wine Lists 2014.

Rosés Set Sail in NYC

By EDGE | May 16
The sun-kissed coasts and slopes of balmy wine growing regions around the world will lap up against the shores of Manhattan in June when La Nuit En Rosé makes its grand debut in New York City June 13 and 14.

Beaujolais Vineyards Aim to be More Than ’Nouveau’

By Sarah DiLorenzo | Nov 23
The wine world’s best-known party is beginning - the ritual uncorking of Beaujolais Nouveau every November. That’s both a curse and a blessing for the famed French region and its lesser-known yet finer wines.

3 Tips for the Ultimate Thanksgiving Wine Pairing

By Laura Grimmer | Nov 18
Even though Thanksgiving is a notoriously difficult meal to pair with wine, there are three guidelines that can help anyone enjoy the grape along with their turkey and stuffing.

Trends in Wine: What’s Old is New Again

By Laura Grimmer | Nov 4
In the wine world, when Jancis Robinson talks, people drink - especially when she’s identifying obscure vines that may become the spawn of the next oenophile craze.

The World Atlas of Wine Releases 7th Edition

By Kristen Siebecker | Oct 7
Do you like to drink wine? Do you enjoy reading books? Do you enjoy fact charts, pretty pictures and cartography? If you answered yes to any of these questions, "The World Atlas of Wine" may be the perfect addition to your bookshelf.

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