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Wine Star Award Videos
2013 Best Restaurants
Restaurants that serve up a true passion for presenting mind-blowing wine-and-food pairings.
The Wine Star Awards
Wine Enthusiast Magazine honors the wine and spirit industry’s influential leaders of 2013.
2012 Best Reasturants
Kick-start your ongoing exploration of wine. Through these simple and smart guidelines, you’ll discover your own palate.
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2013 Vintage Chart
Wine Enthusiast Magazine’s vintage chart is a year-by-year guide to the overall quality and drinkability of the wines from the world’s major winegrowing regions.
2011 Best Restaurants
Cooking with Wine
Adding wine to your favorite recipe can impart wonderful flavor, but too much or the wrong style can put the kibbosh on a potentially delicious dinner.
Wine and Cheese
Wine and cheese are two of life’s great culinary pleasures, and finding the perfect match can be a delicious endeavor.
Each season offers some opportunity, great or small, for the worlds of food and wine to have a graceful pas de deux.
German Wine Facts & Terms
German wine labels can be intimidating: long, foreign words and ornate script are enough to make many consumers head straight for a different section of the wine shop.
Italian Wine Facts & Terms
Italian tradition is so closely grafted to the vine that the good cheer and easy attitudes associated with wine culture are mirrored in the nation’s temperament.
French Wine Facts & Terms
The style of French wine echoes that of the French themselves—elegant, well-dressed, showing an appreciation for the good things of life but never to excess.
Varietal versus Appellation Labeling
Throughout Europe, wines are classified by vineyard, village and/or region where they are made. This appellation system is based on precisely defined wine regions, some as small as a single vineyard.
White Wine Information & Basics
Learn the varietal characteristics of white wine grapes.
Red Wine Information & Basics
Learn the varietal characteristics of red wine grapes.
Glassware and Serving Basics
Insisting on a good glass is not snobbery; it’s common sense.
How To Taste Wine
Learn to evaluate wine by sight, smell and taste.
Wine For Beginners
Learning to taste wine is no different than learning to really appreciate music or art—the pleasure you receive is proportionate to the effort you make.
Dramatic, and Welcome, Changes in the Wine World
It’s clear that in years to come there will be much greater diversity in people who describe themselves as frequent wine drinkers.
Vino Files: Santorini
August is the time for seasonal produce, glasses of ultracrisp Assyrtiko and beachfront tasting rooms on this Greek island.
Vines, Wines, Food and Folklore
Superstitions aren’t always based on fear—they can inspire joy and seal friendships, as a trek through France’s Périgord proves.
Monica Larner Explores Italy’s Other Half
Most of the Italian wines that people are familiar with are from Tuscany and Piedmont, but an adventurous spirit is needed to get the most bang from the boot.
The Land of Boz
The legendary rocker Scaggs riffs on wine and song.
The Restaurant at Auberge du Soleil (Rutherford, CA)
Nestled amid olive trees and renowned Napa Valley vineyards, this restaurant offers luxurious cuisine and nearly 17,000 wines.
Touch and Go
The 21st-century wine list makes its mark at Manhattan’s SD26.
Angle (Palm Beach, FL)
This Florida restaurant's global wine selection is designed to cater to any diner's palate.
Luxe Life: Nolet's Reserve Dry Gin
With its yellow diamond hue and exotic flavors of verbena and saffron, this sipping gin radiates pure luxury.
Vines and Vinyasa
A growing number of wineries are going Zen, combining yoga classes with wine tasting for a unique wine and unwind experience.
The enchanting Portuguese city is rich in history—and offers visitors modern takes on fascinating wine and food.
Hatfield's (Los Angeles, CA)
Boasting an extensive wine list that's loaded with boutique producers and a seasonally inspired menu, this Los Angeles restaurant proves to be a rising star.
Jean Georges (New York, NY)
Here, value is paired with luxury, making this iconic restaurant a mecca for foodies.
Cyrus (Healdsburg, CA)
Wine pairings and tasting menus are the trademark of this Michelin-starred restaurant.
Longman & Eagle (Chicago, IL)
This gastropub serves farm-to-table American cuisine alongside an expansive selection of wine, whisky and craft beer.
Blackbird (Chicago, IL)
Here, creative cuisine pairs effortlessly with a wine list that's packed with bottles that won't break the bank.
SHO Shaun Hergatt (New York, NY)
With its ever-changing Sommelier's Reserve List that's stacked with exclusive cult and library wines, this Wall Street restaurant beckons all wine enthusiasts.
The French Laundry (Yountville, CA)
Chef Thomas Keller flexes his culinary virtuosity in this French-countryside inspired Napa Valley restaurant.
Frasca Food and Wine (Denver, CO)
Inspired by the cuisine of Italy's Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, this Colorado restaurant impresses with its extensive Northern Italy-centric wine list.
ABC Kitchen (New York, NY)
This New York City restaurant is a pro when it comes to following the go-green philosophy.
Outstanding Cocktail Programs
These restaurants pay as much attention to cocktails as cuisine.
Trend Watch: Pop-Up to Temp
Pop-up and temp restaurants offer diners an everchanging experience.
Charlie Trotter's (Chicago, IL)
The wine list here is monumental with its Imperial-sized Penfolds Grange and verticals of Château Mouton-Rothschild from 1945 to 2003.
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon and Joël Robuchon (Las Vegas, NV)
The wine list at this Las Vegas hotspot is packed with rarities.
Superb Saké Programs
These are some favorite saké-centric restaurants across the nation.
Al Biernat's (Dallas, TX)
Carnivores come to this meat lover's paradise for the Colorado lamb, North Dakota buffalo and an impressive wine list to match.
Jiko—The Cooking Place (Lake Buena Vista, FL)
This Orlando restaurant's décor and cuisine is inspired by a Disney classic.
Frontera Grill (Chicago, IL)
Authentic Mexican cuisine is complimented by a wine list studded with small production bottlings.
Manresa (Los Gatos, CA)
Artful simplicity is the philosophy behind this California restaurant's cuisine.
Le Bernardin (New York, NY)
Strong minerality is the key behind this Michelin three-starred restaurant's wine list.
Marea (New York, NY)
The Italian-dominant wine list is the perfect accompaniment to this restaurant's coastal Italian fare.
Alma de Cuba (Philadelphia, PA)
Latin American cuisine is served in an atmosphere redolent of Old Havana in this Philadelphia restaurant.
Stephan Pyles (Dallas, TX)
This Dallas, Texas, restaurant dubs its cuisine "New Millennium Southwestern".
Hakkasan (Miami, FL)
A predominantly New World wine list and a vast collection of saké complements the Cantonese cuisine at this Florida hotspot.
Charleston (Baltimore, MD)
Baltimore's Harbor East waterfront provides the backdrop for this restaurants part classic French, part Low-Country cuisine.
La Toque (Napa, CA)
A nearly 1,800-bottle wine list that's decorated with Bordeaux first growths and a seasonally inspired menu make this restaurant an emerging star.
Per Se (New York, NY)
Nine course tasting menus and a wine list famed for its depth of vintages define this chic New York City restaurant.
Veritas (New York, NY)
Diners enjoy a menu based on locally sourced ingredients in this sleek New York City restaurant.
Samba Grille (Houston, TX)
Brazilian Rodizío ambiance and the value-driven South American wine-list define this Texan spot.
GILT (New York, NY)
With Château Margaux vintages dating back to 1900, this lavish restaurant has the tools to give wine lovers a magical experience.
Wayfare Tavern (San Francisco, CA)
Celebrity Chef Tyler Florence mixes traditional American cuisine with cocktails that recall the Victorian era.
Commis Restaurant (Oakland, CA)
Look no further than this Oakland, California, restaurant for a wine list heavy with half-bottles.
CityZen Restaurant (Washington, D.C.)
The exotic Mandarin Oriental Hotel is the home of this French-American restaurant.
Lake Austin Spa Resort (Austin, TX)
Open to hotel guests only, this restaurant sources produce from its own garden for ultimate sustainability.
The Mansion Restaurant (Dallas, TX)
This historic restaurant offers modern French cuisine with a Texan twist.
Crabtree’s Kittle House (Chappaqua, NY)
Set in a 1790s historic building, this New York State restaurant packs 60,000 bottles in its cellar.
Gautreau’s (New Orleans, LA)
This French bistro offers an everchanging menu and wine list to keep its guests on their toes.
Redd (Yountville, CA)
Wine country cuisine is infused with Asian and Mexican influence at this Napa Valley restaurant.
August (New Orleans, LA)
With a menu that changes with the seasons, Burgundy is the go-to wine region for this New Orleans favorite.
Casa Mono (New York, NY)
This New York City restaurant has a Spanish-centric wine list that's 600-bottles deep.
Del Posto (New York, NY)
Recently bestowed four stars by The New York Times, this restaurant pairs classic Italian fare with a vast Italian-centric wine list.
The Lambs Club (New York, NY)
What was once home to America’s first professional theater club, this glamorous New York City dining destination makes you feel like you're on the red carpet.
L2O (Chicago, IL)
An ample selection of Rieslings, Loire whites and sakés compliment seafood and shellfish dishes at this Chicago restaurant.
Canlis (Seattle, WA)
With five sommeliers managing a 18,000-bottle cellar, this restaurant is a must-visit for wine buffs.
Avenues (Chicago, IL)
This Peninsula Hotel hotspot moves its guests with artful food and wine pairings.
Portland City Grill (Portland, OR)
This Northwestern restaurant pairs Asian-inflected American cuisine with an Oregon- and Washington-focused wine list.
étoile Restaurant (Yountville, CA)
This California restaurant is home to the youngest U.S. chef who has ever been awarded a Michelin star.
Quince (San Francisco, CA)
This Michelin-starred restaurant combines locally inspired cuisine with a Piedmont-centric wine list.
RN74 (San Francisco, CA)
This San Francisco urban wine bar is under the direction of superstar sommelier Rajat Parr.
Aureole (Las Vegas, NV)
The four story wine tower is quite the spectacle at this Las Vegas establishment.
Le Bec-Fin (Philadelphia, PA)
This Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, restaurant gets bragging rights for its Rhône Valley-focused wine list.
Millennium Restaurant (San Francisco, CA)
This San Francisco restaurant composes a globally inspired menu without using animal products.
Picholine (New York, NY)
French-Mediterranean cuisine is effortlessly paired with a wine list rich in Burgundy and Rhône selections at this New York City restaurant.
A Voce (New York, NY)
The menu's contempory twist on Italian classics earned this New York City restaurant a Michelin star.
The Slanted Door (San Francisco, CA)
Gorgeous views of San Francisco add to the delight of this restaurant's take on Vietnamese cuisine.
B & B Ristorante (Las Vegas, NV)
This restaurant is so in tune with its menu, the servers can oftentimes tell you the name of the farmer who harvested the produce.
Five Beer Trailblazers
These five beer-centric establishments are worth the trek to experience.
Troquet (Boston, MA)
Fresh, seasonal cuisine with a French bent defines this New England restaurant.
Addison at The Grand Del Mar (San Diego, CA)
This restaurant's six and 10 course dining format pairs flawlessly with its diverse wine selection.