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The Tavern by WS Joins an All-Star Dining Lineup at New York’s Hudson Yards

The restaurant, affiliated with Wine Spectator, opened Nov. 13

Moderate Wine Consumption Linked to Lower Risk of Lung Disease

A new study suggests that moderate alcohol consumption may significantly lower the risk of pulmonary disease in men

Wineries Fight to Keep Tax Cuts

Excise tax credits passed in 2017 are set to expire at the end of this year. Can they be made permanent?

Sonoma Wine Country Regains Its Footing

With the Kincade fire contained, wineries and restaurants reopen their doors to returning visitors, and the 2019 vintage has survived

When Disaster Strikes, Sonoma Endures

Through fires, floods and droughts, Northern California's work ethic serves it well

Union Square Cafe Announces New Executive Chef

Lena Ciardullo is the restaurant’s fourth chef in 34 years. Plus, Alfred Portale opens Italian spot, and more

Wine Spectator Launches New Digital Weekly

Insider brings together new reviews of the wines every buyer needs to know about

Carnuntum Is Austria's Latest Region to Earn Appellation Recognition

Located east of Vienna, the region excels with Zweigelt, Blaufränkisch, Chardonnay and Grüner Veltliner

Wine Auction Market Opts for Quality over Quantity in Third Quarter

Global auction sales declined in the third quarter on slower sales in Hong Kong and London, but some lots made a big splash

Grand Award Banquet: Raising a Glass to Wine and Friendship

Wine Spectator closes out the New York Wine Experience with a recognition of the world's greatest restaurant wine programs

Firefighters Push Back Kincade Fire and Sonoma Vintners Begin to Return Home

Improved weather has wine country evacuees hoping they can get back to the 2019 vintage

The Sour Gene: A Mouth-Puckering Discovery

Do you favor the sweet or the tart? Scientists have identified the gene that allows us to perceive sour flavors

Firefighters Battle Sonoma Blaze While Wineries Wonder and Worry

With evacuation orders in effect, some vintners know their properties survived, while others are in the dark

Sonoma’s Soda Rock and Field Stone Wineries Burned by Kincade Fire

The wildfire has claimed more than 66,000 acres of Sonoma County wine country

Sonoma Wine Community Evacuates as Firefighters Prepare for Dangerous Wildfire Conditions

With high winds forecast, county officials ordered 85,000 people to evacuate several Sonoma towns and wine regions

Wineries Shuttered, Vintners Worried by Sonoma Wildfire

Weakened winds are keeping the Kincade wildfire in sparsely populated hillsides, but firefighters warn that dangerous dry winds are coming

Wildfire Scorches More than 16,000 Acres in Sonoma Wine Country

Firefighters are working to contain the Kincade fire, which is threatening California's Geyserville and Alexander Valley

Champagne-Focused San Francisco Spot Comes to New York City

The Riddler is open. Plus, new restaurants in Asheville, four Del Frisco's locations close, and DB Bistro Moderne has a new head sommelier

Serving Up Sustainability

Restaurants are taking strides to change the industry's impact on our environment

2019 New York Wine Experience: Wine and Emotion

More than 5,000 people gathered for three days to share the passion, celebration and wonder of wine

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