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How To Design Your Space for Wine Entertaining
When Chef Austin Johnson and Master Sommelier Dustin Wilson conceived the atmosphere at their new restaurant One White Street, they turned to Richard Felix-Ashman Design. Here are Richard’s top five tips to level up any space for an ideal entertaining haven.
One White Street, a restaurant by Chef Austin Johnson and Master Sommelier Dustin Wilson
At One White Street, a Tribeca restaurant with global ideas and local ingredients, guests enjoy a wine list focused on family-owned wineries and a menu supplied exclusively by Rigor Hill Farm in Columbia County, New York.
Top Wines from Our Labor Day Sale
We've poked around the Labor Day Sale to identify a select set of bottles for your consideration. Here are a few stellar wines that we think are too cool to pass up. Especially at 10%-15% off.
Summer Into Fall, With Wine
Instead of freaking out and cursing the tilt of the Earth, here are five ways wine can ease the transition from summer to fall.
A Guide to Chenin Blanc, One of the Most Versatile White Wines
Chenin Blanc has risen to darling status with sommeliers because it’s food-friendly and maintains terroir-driven characteristics. Learn enough to be dangerous with answers to some of the most common questions about Chenin Blanc.
72 Hours in Sonoma
How to spend a long, luxe weekend in wine country.
Recording Artist Half Waif on the Rituals of Wine and Music
With her brand new album freshly released, Half Waif shares her insight on the parallels between wine and music and how the artistry of both is present her in daily life
Chardonnay Around the World: Domestic Favorites & Beyond

Chardonnay is planted around the world, a heaven of options for the white wine lover. Here’s where to find our domestic favorites plus a hit list of places to discover gold abroad.

Classic White Burgundy & Its Hidden Gems
White Burgundy is a classic for a reason, but it's not a category defined by a high price tag. Sure, some of the world's most high-end wines come out of this region, but certain sites and producers carve a niche for more approachable releases. Here's how the landscape plays out this dynamic.
The Merits of Sangiovese from Tuscany
Explore the worthy merits of Tuscan Sangiovese. You could drink from this noble grape all summer long and still find new dimensions to discover. Want to take that challenge?
The Fascinating History of Rosé
Rosé is more than a pale pink drink to saturate a leisurely summer. Learn the fascinating history of rosé and the legacy of meaning it holds in the South of France.
A Quick Guide to Chillable Reds
Get cool and comfortable chilling red wine for summer. Here are suggestions to make chilling your reds easy and carefree.
NFL Veteran Steve Hauschka Talks Wine, Travel, and Food
Wine is the “ultimate artistic expression” according to Hauschka. Discover what he’s learned about how wine enriches life and opens the door to appreciation of flavor, culture, and winemaking talent.
Jean-Louis Chave: Dedication Passed From Generation To Generation
Right down the line, JL Chave releases are world-class: well-defined, balanced, and complex. The King of the Rhone indeed. There’s hardly a better choice for a collectible wine — one that has the chops to pass from generation to generation — than a bottle of Chave Hermitage.
Gabriela Davogustto Talks About Spanish Wine Purity
The wine director at Clay restaurant in New York City shares her enthusiasm for terroir-driven, low intervention wines from Spain.
How To Approach Summer Wine and Dine
The summer wine and dine season gives us reason to play with our bottle choices to suit the vibrant mood. Here’s where our heads are at as we slip into June.
Natural Wine Starts Here: Why the Beaujolais Gang of Four Still Matter
Many of today’s natural wine growers and makers look back to the Beaujolais foundations installed by the Gang of Four. While more natural wine choices exist now more than ever, the originals still represent the category with validity, quality, and good taste. Here’s why their decisions still influence a changing industry.
72 Hours in The Hamptons
A summer trip to the Hamptons, for the season or a long weekend, has been a New York City tradition for generations. Here we imagine 72 hours — the Memorial Day long weekend — to enjoy with pleasure, and the wines we’d take with us. 
5 Tips for Building a Go-To Case of Wine
Ready to build a to-go case of wine? Here’s a snapshot guide from Verve Wine’s in-house Master Sommelier, Dustin Wilson.
A Conversation with Chef Ryan Epp of Verve Wine +Provisions in Chicago
Hear about his incredibly delicious history, plus thoughts on cooking, sourcing, and wine.
Athletic Wine for [Not So] Athletic People
“Drinking wine is also a sport, as you have to lift your elbow — a very high-level intensity of physical activity, you know.” Get sportif with Les Athlètes Du Vin.