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Here at Wine4Food, we take our wine very seriously. Yet we also believe wine should be fun, approachable, and above all else, delicious. Read on for more about tasting, pairing, and celebrating all things red, white, pink and bubbly. Raise a glass with our team of  winemakers, sommeliers, and wine lovers. Cheers! 

Wine 101

The best place to start for wine lovers who want to know more. Learn how to pair wine with food, what a sommelier does, and so much more.

Rosé 101: Your Pink Wine Primer 624 624 Hannah Selinger

Rosé 101: Your Pink Wine Primer

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet—and a rosé by any other name would be as pink. Would Shakespeare not be proud? If you have ever wondered about the provenance of the pink stuff—where it’s made and how it’s made, for instance—your primer has arrived. 

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A Wine Rep’s Quarantine Diary 544 544 Peter Zusman

A Wine Rep’s Quarantine Diary

As New York City begins to reopen, we reflect on the ways the pandemic has upended our lives. Wine rep Peter Zusman weighs in with a slice of (wine) life.

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7 Wine Changemakers to Watch 624 624 Hannah Howard

7 Wine Changemakers to Watch

If you close your eyes and think of a sommelier, the stereotype that surfaces is pretty likely a certain kind of person—an old white guy in a suit. We’re glad this image is going the way of the dinosaur, as is a stodgy wine culture with a narrow perspective and an unwelcoming vibe. Here at Wine4Food, we believe wine is for everyone, everywhere. 

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Wine Pairings

There’s a little bit of an art behind wine pairings and you’ll want to get it right so each complements the other. Don’t worry, we have you covered.

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 2560 1920 Nora D. McGunnigle

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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From the Concrete Terroir: Wines to Keep you Warm this Winter 900 600 Peter Zusman

From the Concrete Terroir: Wines to Keep you Warm this Winter

We’ve all heard about the winter blues. But how about the winter reds?! As in, how about we take a look at 5 juicy bottles…

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SOMM TASTING NOTES

Looking for some tasting notes? Our sommeliers are the best of the best.

SOMM TASTING NOTES – Nicole Hakli of Momofuku Ssäm Bar Tastes Arneis 1080 1080 Wine4Food

SOMM TASTING NOTES – Nicole Hakli of Momofuku Ssäm Bar Tastes Arneis

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Sabra Lewis Tastes Fabiano Ripasso Valpolicella – SOMM TASTING NOTES 1080 1080 Wine4Food

Sabra Lewis Tastes Fabiano Ripasso Valpolicella – SOMM TASTING NOTES

Scott Woltz Tasting Notes
SOMM TASTING NOTES: Scott Woltz of La Sirena Tastes Tempranillo 1080 1080 Wine4Food

SOMM TASTING NOTES: Scott Woltz of La Sirena Tastes Tempranillo

SOMM TASTING NOTES: Daniel Beedle of Indian Accent Tastes Pinot Gris 1080 1080 Wine4Food

SOMM TASTING NOTES: Daniel Beedle of Indian Accent Tastes Pinot Gris

Sabra Lewis Tastes L’Ormarins Blanc de Blancs – SOMM TASTING NOTES 1080 1080 Wine4Food

Sabra Lewis Tastes L’Ormarins Blanc de Blancs – SOMM TASTING NOTES

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SOMM TASTING NOTES: Morgan Harris on Grüner Veltliner 1529 1557 Wine4Food

SOMM TASTING NOTES: Morgan Harris on Grüner Veltliner