Indiana hopes to join Utah in making it a crime to step foot on farm or industrial operations and take videos or photographs without written permission from the owner. Indiana's proposed law makes to exception for the Press and should be rejected.
It was bitterly cold and still dark when I joined the Saint Vincent Tournante procession just after 7:30 in the morning a few weeks ago. Eighty different wine alliances (confréries) from all over Burgundy had ...
Lugana sounds like a fairy tale. But a real nightmare now threatens: the high-speed train. According to plans made over 20 years ago, a part of the TAV route that connects Milan and Verona will pass right through the vineyards of Lugana.
Orange wine could be a gateway wine (to white wine). Not easy to find and not inexpensive, these would be unique in that regard.
Champagnes, Crémants, and traditional method sparkling wines—from the grand to the greatly affordable—special enough for holiday parties.
A Palate Press editorial about copyright infringement by wine critic and author Natalie MacLean has unearthed new allegations of unethical behavior by the well-known wine writer. Winery proprietors say MacLean is in effect charging them to review their wines on her website.
Natalie MacLean is a well-known wine writer who proudly proclaims she was named the “World’s Best Wine Writer” at the World Food Media Awards. Unfortunately, Ms. MacLean appears to be building her reputation, and her business, on the work of others.