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Private Cellars: In the Wine Cellar of Tabasco's 'Sauce Boss' (Wine Spectator)

Note: This article originally appeared in the Oct. 31, 2018, issue of Wine Spectator.Wine pairs with anything; Tabasco pairs with anything. And the person pairing both together is McIlhenny Co. CEO Tony Simmons, whose passion for the fruit of the vineand the fruit of the pepperbushled to his 3,000-bottle cellar on Avery Island, La.Simmons represents the fifth generation of his family to helm the ubiquitous hot sauce brand, a dynasty he likens to that of a storied winemaking clanplantings, bot...


Vintage Wine Estates Buys California Pinot Noir Specialist Laetitia (Wine Spectator)

Vintage Wine Estates is betting big on Californias Central Coast. The Sonoma-based wine company has purchased Laetitia, a Pinot Noir and sparkling wine specialist that helped pioneer the cool Arroyo Grande Valley in the Central Coast region. The sale includes the brand, the winery and 287 acres of vines planted mostly to Pinot and Chardonnay, as well as an additional 400 plantable acres. The sale price was not disclosed, but an industry source told Wine Spectator that its in the range of $30 mil...


Diets that Allow Alcohol (Wine Spectator)

Going on a diet used to mean cutting out all bad foods and drinks in order to lose weight, and alcohol was typically the first to go. Not only does it add extra calories, but it also makes it easier to store carbs as fat instead of burning them off. But for many people, sticking to an eating plan that forbids booze is not only unpleasant and difficult, but also unlikely to be sustainable for long-term goals. Fortunately, dieting now can mean many things, from limiting consumption of inflammatory...


Cutting-Edge Grapevine Genetic Researchers to Get New Home (Wine Spectator)

For years, some of Americas top researchers into the genetics of grapevines have been working in borrowed, cramped quarters. Now theyre moving on up, and it should eventually lead to better American wines. On Feb. 26, Sen. Chuck Schumer announced that $68.9 million in federal funding will be devoted to building a long-awaited federal grape-genetics research lab at Cornell AgriTech in Geneva, N.Y. The facility will allow for the expansion of the USDAs Agricultural Research Services Grapevine Gene...


Katy Perry, Ayesha Curry Set to Rock Auction Napa Valley 2019 (Wine Spectator)

Are you ready for the perfect stormof wine, food, Napa vibes and all-star entertainment The headliners of the 2019 Auction Napa Valley have been announced, and one of the biggest charity wine events in the country is going full red-carpet this year, with singer Katy Perry kicking off the bidding and chefcookbook author Ayesha Curry serving up fare for attendees after the lots are gaveled off.The 39th annual Auction Napa Valley also serves as a celebration of the 75th anniversary of Napa Valley...


Pope Francis Prayed for 'Natural' Wine, and Lo, a Winery Answered (Wine Spectator)

Yesterday marked six years since Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio got promoted to Pope Francis I. Knowing Il Papas devotion to wine and wine parties, Catholics around the world raised a glass to the anniversary, or at least sent happy P-Day wishes that every day you may experience the oil of the Holy Spirit and the wine of ecclesial communion, as the Italian Bishops Conference did. But one winery remembered that among Francis many decrees in his busy tenure was a wine request he made two years ag...


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