Wine Enthusiast Magazine honors the wine and spirit industry’s influential leaders of 2013 at The New York Public Library on Monday evening.
In his relatively short tenure, the cellar master for Moët et Chandon has raised the bar in terms of quality and consistency.
The president of Napa Valley’s historic Charles Krug Winery has made invaluable contributions to wine during his 38 years at the helm.
The real estate executive has proven that Virginia’s wines can contend with the greatest around the globe.
The vivacious owner of Chicago’s The Boarding House has devoted her career to demystifying wine.
The bar is this star teacher’s classroom, spirits and cocktails are his preferred subjects.
The visionary head of the largest private wine enterprise in Europe has one foot firmly planted on American soil.
After more than 400 years, the world’s oldest licensed whiskey producer is now more relevant than ever.
This grocery superstar surpassed $1 billion in annual wine sales in 2012 and expects to post double-digit growth this year.
A benchmark winery in Rioja for more than 150 years, this producer’s recent visionary moves have changed how the wine world sees Spain.