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Manhattan’s Only Vineyard Grows on an Upper East Side Home
On an Upper East Side rooftop in Manhattan, peeking out from lush grapevines heavy with grapes, is Latif Jiji, a 91-year-old retired engineering professor and vintner. Chateau Latif, which started ...
August 21, 2019
Birds Again (Sauvignon Blanc, Vermouth, Rose Water, and Basil Sour)
Birds Again You’re familiar with sours made with tequila (hey, margarita) and rum (that’s a daiquiri). You’ve probably ...
August 1, 2019
Epoch Times Staff
A Bottle of Wine Per Week Equals the Cancer Risk of Smoking 5–10 Cigarettes, Study Says
Wine, in particular, red wine, has long been touted as heart healthy—it is said to prevent blood clots ...
June 19, 2019
Virginia Wines: American History in a Glass
The Commonwealth of Virginia is considered the birthplace of America. It’s where English colonists first settled in Jamestown ...
April 10, 2019
A Trio of Fine Cretan Wines for the Devout Oenophile
Greece’s biggest island, Crete, has a tradition of viticulture that reaches back as far as the early Minoan ...
April 3, 2019
Professor Blames Chinese Counterfeits for Causing $3.1 Trillion Loss for Global Wine Industry
An international legal expert has urged more effective anti-counterfeiting measures to ensure fake winemakers in countries like China ...
January 21, 2019
Wine School: How Much Sugar is in My Glass?
I’ve never bought into making lofty New Year’s resolutions, but I do find the shift from one year ...
January 16, 2019
Pinot Grigio Continues to Rise
Italy makes more wine than any other country. But for years, the prolific rustic bottlings of red and ...
January 5, 2019
Egypt Winery Seeks Ancient Inspiration for Present-Day Success
Under the dry soils and hot sun of Egypt's Red Sea, a small winery is fighting to produce ...
December 11, 2018
Sip in Heavenly Peace: A Holiday Gift Guide for Wine Newbies to Seasoned Somms
The holidays are fast approaching. Bringing a bottle is always acceptable, but thoughtful gift-giving takes careful consideration. To ...
December 4, 2018
This Year in Wine, According to Wine Spectator
Wine Spectator has released its Top 100 Wines of 2018 list, curated from more than 15,000 wines blind-tasted ...
November 27, 2018
From the Front Lines of Wine Tasting: Beaujolais Nouveau Day
Hear ye! Entendez vous! French law and custom dictate: Beaujolais Nouveau is released at 12:01 a.m. on the ...
November 16, 2018
Beyond Pumpkin Beer and Beaujolais Nouveau: Fall Beer and Wine
As I noted in my previous column, most of us don’t observe the seasonality of booze to the ...
October 30, 2018
Lebanon Wines Bring Villages Back to Life and Emigrants Home
Lured by Lebanon's winemaking potential and nostalgia for his homeland, Maher Harb left a Paris consultancy job in ...
October 25, 2018
Man Accused of Stealing Rare Wine From Goldman Sachs CEO Falls to Death
A man accused of stealing over $1.2 million worth of wine from Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon fell ...
October 10, 2018
Known for Their Love of Beer, Belgians Increasingly Warm to Wine
Belgium, land of the beer, is increasingly warming to wine.
September 25, 2018
France Wages Wine-War on Spain; Dumps Roughly 90,000 Bottles of Spanish Wine Into Streets
French winemakers claim the Spanish then sell the wine at low prices, sharking the France-made wine.
April 8, 2016
Why Chile’s Vineyards Are Flying High
These are boom times for the vineyards of Chile.
October 30, 2015
Wine Investment Scams Are Still Running Riot
It's a common misconception that investors of the modern day are too savvy to be duped by scams. ...
August 1, 2015
‘Very High Levels of Arsenic’ in Top-Selling Wines
Inorganic arsenic is a powerful carcinogen that has been linked to an increased risk of cancer
May 30, 2015
Each Vineyard Has a Unique Microbiome
While a few known strains of bacteria can destroy plants, it’s likely that hundreds to thousands of other ...
May 4, 2015
My Husband Is an Alcoholic. Do I Stay or Do I Leave?
Dear Kathy, My husband of 19 years is an alcoholic. Every night after work, he crashes on the ...
April 10, 2015
Spanish Wines and Cheeses: Matches Made in Heaven
Spanish cheeses and Spanish wines are a match made in heaven. Add a fresh baguette or other freshly ...
January 31, 2015
Pinot Days Comes to NYC
Pinot producers from California, Oregon, and New Zealand will descend on New York on Jan. 18 to showcase ...
January 7, 2015
Epoch Times Staff
Exploring Greece’s Undiscovered Wines at Molyvos
An update of the interior of Molyvos in 2012 to look like a space reminiscent of the Greek ...
January 4, 2015
Beer and Wine in Spotlight at Stanton Street Kitchen
Recently opened on the Lower East Side, Stanton Street Kitchen offers an extensive variety of beers and wine. ...
December 25, 2014
Epoch Times Staff
New Wines of South Dakota
A lot of posturing goes on among wine connoisseurs. In France's magnificent Burgundy region there is even a ...
November 28, 2014
John Christopher Fine
Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam Hopes for ‘Frank and Candid’ Enchange at Upcoming Public Dialogue
, Epoch Times
Australia’s Scott Morrison Joins Trump Calling for China to Drop ‘Developing Economy’ Status
Johns Hopkins Will No Longer Provide Medical Training to ICE
Department of Homeland Security Announces End to ‘Catch and Release’
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Beijing Uses ‘National Security’ to Suppress Rights in Hong Kong: Amnesty International
Trump Praises British Prime Minister for Calling for New Iran Nuclear Deal
, Epoch Times
US Soldier Charged With Sending Bomb-Making Instructions, Talked About Blowing Up Major News Network, Targeting Beto O'Rourke