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Some people love to do this all year round and others may not crack until the hottest days of the summer. Either way there are real reasons why you might NOT want to put ice in your wine. ...

The sommelier hands you the wine list--which looks more like a phone book--you panic and inevitably order a very expensive bottle because you think that will impress your guests. ...

Fire up your grill and invite some friends because it is officially backyard cookout season. While the food selections for a summer cookout are easy to develop, choosing the wines to go with them can seem a bit more difficult. With all the different meats,...

If you are looking for some fresh new wines for spring, you definitely want to consider the wines of the Loire Valley. The Loire Valley is in northwestern France— a cool climate growing area that produces wines known for their crisp acidity, which makes them...

Here are some of the great ideas Ryan Brockington and I talked about for Mother's Day on Martha Stewart Radio this week.  I would love to get any of these Honey--Hint, Hint! ...

Put down that Pinot Grigio! Consider spicing things up by sipping something new this spring. In search of some hip new wines I asked some of Baltimore’s sommeliers and culinary experts to share their secret weapons. ...

Wine drinkers often believe the myth that all wines improve with age. In fact, most wines that we purchase are built to be consumed within one to five years. ...

The He Cooks She Wines® team of Laurie and Michael Forster visited Janette Barber at Martha Stewart Radio recently to discuss some delicious spring pairings.Michael created three gourmet hors d'oeuvres that are easy to create and Laurie paired each with a wine she discovered on her recent trip to...