WE goes behind the scenes at New York's hotspot, where urbanites gather nightly to sip on vino, play trivia games and even make their own wine.
The origin of Chilean wine begins in the southern part of the country, where traces of its 460 year history are still visible.
At these Chilean valleys, there are vineyards that stretch to the sea and produce notable reds and whites.
The valleys' cool dry weather and crystal clear skies attract wine lovers from around the world.
In Chile's south central zone, these are two of the most emblematic wine-growing valleys in the country.
These two coastal wine regions in Chile are nestled among the hills and perfect conditions for cool-climate wines.
Wine Enthusiast Contributing Editors Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen prepare a scrumptious pumpkin spice cake paired with Port, and dried fig and Port ice cream perfect for the holiday season.