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How do you pair wine with Indian food, vegan food, and sushi? Where should you eat in Madrid, Bangkok, NYC’s Alphabet City, and Istanbul? How do you plan a romantic dinner – or a bash for a hundred? Our team of writers – from sake samurais (yes, that’s a real thing!), to mixologists, to chefs, to expert cheesemongers – answer all these questions and so many more in our compelling articles.

Restaurants

Find the best baked goods in NYC or learn more about Israeli wine — our world-travelers are here to tell about the best of the best. See you there!

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Where to Eat in Rockland County, New York

Rockland County sits on the west side of the Hudson River, just 25 miles from New York City. It’s a super diverse county, an underrated and wonderful dining destination, and an easy day trip from the city.

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For Sommelier Anna-Christina Cabrales, Community Is Everything 682 682 Hannah Howard

For Sommelier Anna-Christina Cabrales, Community Is Everything

Anna-Christina has found new passion and purpose connecting and uplifting fellow travelers in the food and beverage industry. “Hospitality people never cease to inspire me,” she told me. “They are some of the most interesting, crazy, genuine, giving people I have met on the face of the planet.”

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Where to Dine Outside in New York City: 12 Places We Love 688 688 Hannah Howard

Where to Dine Outside in New York City: 12 Places We Love

From Michelin-starred restaurants to hole-in-the-wall favorites, New York’s dining scene is in the midst of a pandemic revival. It’s been a long, tough road following the state-mandated shutdown on dining in March due to the coronavirus, and the future of the industry remains uncertain.

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RECIPES

From decadent brunch to lunch on the go to elegant dinner for a crowd, our recipe developers and chefs create unique recipes for dishes that are crave-able and pair perfectly with wine. Each recipe has a pairing suggestion, although we always encourage you to experiment.

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Seared Ribeye with Rosemary Chimichurri

Ribeye is a tender, well-marbled cut of steak that delivers tons of meaty flavor. With a quick sear and some time in the oven, this piece of gorgeous meat makes a deeply satisfying meal, especially on a cozy fall evening, paired with a glass of Chianti Classico.

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Walnut Cardamom Cake with Espresso Cream Cheese Frosting

This is a cake to accompany the hot coffee that you’ve poured in your favorite mug, as you watch the first misty mornings of the new season from your window. Pair with a glass of Kopke Fine Tawny Port.

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Grilled Citrus Shrimp Skewers 558 558 Allison Robicelli

Grilled Citrus Shrimp Skewers

Firing up the grill doesn’t have to mean a huge undertaking. This recipe, which combines the sunshine flavors of citrus with fast-cooking shrimp, is easy enough to convince you to light up some charcoal and tasty enough to earn a spot on your regular dinner rotation. 

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Wine Pairings

Find the best pairings for your favorite foods and holidays. We’ve got wine recommendations for everything from salads to Halloween candy.

Don’t Head to the Beach without these Wines, from the Concrete Terroir 624 624 Peter Zusman

Don’t Head to the Beach without these Wines, from the Concrete Terroir

Surf. Sun. Salt. Sand. Our wine rep’s insider tips for great beach wines to sip all summer long.

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Barolo & Barbaresco: Aristocratic Wines with Distinct Personalities 2560 1707 Melanie Young

Barolo & Barbaresco: Aristocratic Wines with Distinct Personalities

Barolo and Barbaresco are the aristocratic siblings of Piemonte: powerful wines that age with grace. Like all siblings, they have distinct personalities.

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Sauternes: Sweet Golden Sunshine

There are 182 producers of Sauternes in five appellation municipalities in Bordeaux. Harvesting, pressing, fermenting, and barrelling is done by hand.

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