Italian restaurateur Gianfranco Sorrentino has spent more than 30 years in some of the world’s most prestigious restaurants. He will be hosting a seminar on wine selection as part of the Slow Wine U.S. Tour in NYC.
Our editors take us both backward and forward in time with stories of sad-but-true vintage recipes, local wine lore and soon-to-be 3D printers for home kitchens.
Frank Giresi recently opened Whiskey & Wine Off 69, a home mixologist’s dream of a shop on the Upper East Side.
Holed up post-blizzard, our editors consider lobsters with David Foster Wallace, imagine how dietary restrictions would fly in Middle Earth and share Long Island-inspired seafood cookbooks. Dig in.
Our 13 most read stories of 2013 cover all of the Edible bases. They took us around the world — both by yacht and by plane — where we sampled everything from North African salad to Romanian rosé.
New York-made wine is having its latest moment of fame, just in time for New Year’s Eve drinking inspiration, with a 10-second trailer running on one of the big screens in Times Square.
It’s pop-a-bottle-of-bubbly season! Before you grab your old standby Champagne made by a large company, take a look at delicious and affordable grower options.
As part of a Cyber Monday holiday gift promotion, City Wine Tour is offering 50% off all gift certificates for the first 50 customers on Monday, December 2.
Today is Beaujolais Nouveau day – you know, that annual running-of-the-reds release of the young, unadulterated (well, presumably) gamine Gamay sipper from France. Celebrate your own harvest, people – I declare today Early Wine Day!
Here it is – our guide to Thanksgiving, with one recommendation for each category: the turkey, the wine, the pie and the rest.
Enlightenment wines releases three new New York-sourced apple meads into the world — and 30 new shares of his CSA, too.
Come May 29th, we’ll be sipping award-winning Long Island wines and feasting on some of the finest fare in Brooklyn (and Manhattan). Here are just a few things we’ll be tasting.