For the Perfect Fall Wine, Look to This French Region

With the help of our friends at Wines of Alsace, we’re highlighting four of the region’s most exciting wines—and ideas for how to pair them this fall.

As the weather cools down and the leaves begin to change, my taste in wine shifts from rosés and s…

With the help of our friends at Wines of Alsace, we’re highlighting four of the region’s most exciting wines—and ideas for how to pair them this fall.


As the weather cools down and the leaves begin to change, my taste in wine shifts from rosés and spritzes to light reds and bright, refreshing whites. I get out my tableware and start planning autumn dinner parties, food pairings, and wines that will bring us together.

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A Pocket Wine Dictionary to Sound Like a Pro in No Time

This article is a part of Wine Week—seven days celebrating all things wine—presented in partnership by our friends at Bread & Butter Wines.

To be an educated wine consumer means you have to speak a bit of a different language. Wine terms can be …

This article is a part of Wine Week—seven days celebrating all things wine—presented in partnership by our friends at Bread & Butter Wines.


To be an educated wine consumer means you have to speak a bit of a different language. Wine terms can be hard to understand, counterintuitive, and difficult to pair with what you experience when tasting wine. Ultimately, this can leave you feeling like simply ordering the second-most expensive glass on the list. That’s why we put together this no nonsense pocket wine dictionary—so you can feel confident when ordering at a bar or choosing a bottle at your local wine shop.

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Meet 2 Social Clubs Cultivating Joyful Communities in the Wine Industry

The wine industry has a history of exclusivity. Traditionally, consumers are told whether they’re tasting the “right” or “wrong” notes, wine labels are difficult to understand, and information about wines and their producers is hard to come by. Upscale…

The wine industry has a history of exclusivity. Traditionally, consumers are told whether they’re tasting the “right” or “wrong” notes, wine labels are difficult to understand, and information about wines and their producers is hard to come by. Upscale restaurants with extensive wine programs can often feel stuffy and uninviting, and community events where folks outside of the industry are welcome are few and far between.

Beyond those barriers, a lack of diversity in the wine industry has been the elephant in the room for years, with an overwhelming lack of jobs available for those not “in the know.” At wine events, being one of just a few (if any) women, queer folks, or people of color is not an uncommon occurrence. Today, many people are working to change the industry for the better by focusing on inclusivity through community building events and education.

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