Sommelier Feature

Thalia Ricci

The term “wine tasting” is a bit of a misnomer, as many who’ve attended one can attest. Sure, at a certain point the wine does

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Ami Gangemella

A wine journey can be many things, from a trip to the local shop to a winery tasting to, well, an actual journey. For Ami Gangemella, a

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Carlin Karr

Just like it takes a village to raise good citizens, it takes a village to create spectacular sommeliers. Sure, somms spend most of their early

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Fiona Perrin

Nature or nurture? It’s an age old question when considering the upbringing of children, especially when certain traits start to emerge. While strong evidence can

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Vince Anter

Bright lights, big city. Growing up in most of the Western world, the glitz and glamour of life in the fast lane is an ever-present

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Bobby Stuckey

The spectrum of stimulants that send wine professionals down their chosen path is about as wide as the palate of wine itself. Some are raised

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Will Hightower

As the world of wine ramps up production of ready-to-drink, boxed, or canned products consumers can easily throw into their grocery basket and sip without a second

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Matthew-Lorèn Lindsey

The world of wine is a reflection of the people who’ve contributed to it for millennia, dating back to ancient times and accelerating right alongside the human

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Abby Cifarelli

On the East Coast, especially in and around New York City, it’s hard to imagine there are still empty niches waiting to be filled. But,

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