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Sauvignon from Mother Rock, Chile's Coastal Edge (News & Features)

Pedro Parra is one of only a few terroir doctors in the world, with a PhD in geology applied to wine. Most of his fellow vineyard geologists live in France, where he studied before returning to his native Chile. {image_1}Parra now consults for a number of growers, including...Read Full Story

Edi & The Wolf (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

New Yorkers looking for a short escape to the country can find it on Avenue C in the East Village, where Seäsonal partners Edi Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban keep the heuriger doors open every night 'til 2 a.m. While their midtown dining room is stark Vienna high-tech, everything...Read Full Story

Junoon (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Junoon brings a Taj Hotel-level elegance to Indian dining in New York, from the black limestone façade to chef Vikas Khanna's intricate cooking and the list of 250 wines selected by Scott Carney, Ms. Khanna's dishes present the pure flavor of the main ingredient, layered with the trebles...Read Full Story

Osteria Morini (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Morini starts as a memory of Bologna. The top of the menu is a selection of prosciutto, mortadella, coppa and other salumi in a room where most everyone is drinking fizzy red wine. The ceiling is open to the beams, the kind of massive wooden structure that might have...Read Full Story

Lincoln Ristorante (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Lincoln may be the most astonishing new restaurant in the city, a dramatic plate-glass space perched on the edge of the Lincoln Center plaza. Chef Jonathan Benno, formerly of Per Se, has put together a challenging all-Italian menu: testa di maiale translates as Berkshire pork terrine, the menu description...Read Full Story

Buvette (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Located in the heart of the West Village, where cute is chic, everything at Buvette is diminutive. That goes for the short oval water glasses and the little crocks of lentils. Gastrognomes, as Jody Williams calls them, line the bar in their pressed French aprons, shaking Martinis and circumspecting...Read Full Story

ABC Kitchen (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

ABC Kitchen may not have set out to be a neighborhood haunt, but it may be the restaurant we've returned to more often than any other in the last year. Unlike other diners, who may have wandered in after shopping next door at ABC Home, the furnishings store, we...Read Full Story

Jess Jackson: A Remembrance (News & Features)

{image_1}Jess Jackson died at his home on April 21, after a long battle with cancer. The founder of Kendall-Jackson Vineyards and Jackson Family Farms, he remained active in the companies until the end, though he had long ago passed most of his 14,000 acres of vineyards, along with his interests...Read Full Story

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti (News & Features)

{image_1}There's always one important moment: Palm Sunday. The wind of Palm Sunday is often the dominant wind of the season. In 2008, it was a west wind, bringing rain and humidity. We knew we would have a difficult year. Because of the cool beginning to the season, there was...Read Full Story

Age-Defying Cabernet (News & Features)

Back in the 1980s, Vogue published a monthly column by Martin Gersh. A former high-school math teacher whose wife, Gloria, was the magazine's photography editor, Gersh had developed his own legend around decanting wine. One of his favorite wines, Mayacamas Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, was noted at the time for...Read Full Story

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