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Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse Honored by Wine Spectator

Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse Eau Claire has just been honored for its outstanding wine program in Wine Spectator’s 2018 Restaurant Awards. The restaurant is recognized among other winners from all over the globe as a top destination for wine lovers.

Experts Pick Their Favorite Summertime Wines

Fizzy Pét-Nats"I just recently tasted a fantastic sparkling Rosato from Channing Daughters winery from Long Island. Channing Daughters 2017 Pétillant Naturel made from 57 percent Syrah and 37 percent Cabernet Franc.

BJ’s Restaurants Invites Guests to Wine and Dine—at Home

As part of its ongoing “quest to be the best casual-dining concept ever,” BJ’s Restaurants has expanded its alcohol-delivery service to include a curated list of five wines. At $10 per bottle, the wines are available on-demand for delivery and takeout at select restaurants in California.

Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction Raises Over $800,000

The Willamette Valley Wineries Association celebrated the conclusion of the third annual Willamette: The Pinot Noir Auction on Saturday, April 7 at the Allison Inn & Spa in Newberg, Oregon, where 81 lots of Willamette Valley wine sold to the national and international trade for a record setting $737,000, exceeding the 2017 auction totals by 56 percent.

Why Now is the Perfect Time to Explore Sake

Sake is officially booming in the U.S., says John Gauntner, president of the Sake Education Council (SEC)—an organization created to promote sake education outside Japan. He has studied the drink now for 30 years.

Girard Napa Valley Winemaker Glenn Hugo Takes On Sonoma Valley

Longtime winemaker at Girard Napa Valley, Glenn Hugo, takes on an added role as winemaker for Sonoma Valley’s iconic B.R. Cohn Winery. Marco DiGiulio, Chief Winemaker at Vintage Wine Estates, who owns both properties, announced that Hugo will assume the reigns at B.

White Wine is Ready for its Moment

The world has changed since the days when servers could rely on the adage that what grows together goes together. It was easy to pair Italian wine with Italian food and French wines with French food, but in a world of increased interest in other cuisines—as well as vegetable-driven dishes—wine pairings have become a bit trickier.

In Wake of California Wildfires, Restaurants Rally Around Wine Industry

Smartly dressed customers at the elegant Charleston Grill toast with Domaine Carneros by Taittinger Rosé, Schramsberg J. Schram Brut, and Mazzocco Cabernet Sauvignon Dry Creek Valley. The guests are there to enjoy California wines, yes, but there’s a much more important reason why there are 40 of the state’s wines on a by-the-glass list at the Charleston Grill in Charleston, South Carolina, this particular night: to raise money in support of wine-country disaster relief.

A NYC Champagne Bar Gives Bubbly New Life

Ariel Arce popped open the doors to her very own champagne storyline at the end of June. You might say it’s the 29-year-old’s love letter to her favorite wine. “It’s like you’re walking into somebody’s living room,” she says about the intimate, eclectic, and—above all—approachable wine bar she’s created.