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VOICES
Stephen Bayley & Jancis Robinson

A QUESTION OF TASTE


How does the mystery of taste apply to wine? Stephen Bayley, an outspoken commentator on modern culture, art and design who has made it his life’s mission to unravel the riddle of taste, heads to 67 Pall Mall London to ask the queen critic of wine, Jancis Robinson

 MAKING WAVES

EMILY WINES IS MAKING WAVES


Through her wine program at Cooper’s Hawk, and as chair of the board of the Court of Master Sommeliers, Americas, Emily Wines is making it her mission to bring diversity, inclusivity and excitement to the world of wine

DINNER WITH AUTHOR AND WINE WRITER JAY MCLNERNEY


Jordan Mackay meets Jay McInerney for dinner to retrace his journey from literary sensation to leading wine columnist, sampling some fine bottles along the way

Chotto Matte

WINE PAIRING AT CHOTTO MATTE


Chotto Matte specializes in Nikkei cuisine, a Peruvian and Japanese invention shaped by movement and migration. But how to pair with wine? We sit down with the founder, Kurt Zdesar, to explore

PHILADELPHIA STORY

PHILADELPHIA STORY


Set in a former butcher shop in the melting pot that is South Philly, Fiorella is a temple to pasta and wine that celebrates both simplicity and authenticity

TAKING THE NATURAL COURSE: HOW TO EXPERIENCE LOW INTERVENTION WINES

TAKING THE NATURAL COURSE: HOW TO EXPERIENCE LOW INTERVENTION WINES


A former fashion executive, Whitney Pope is now Washington DC-based sommelier and founder of Whit + Wine. Here, she discusses her journey from fashion to fermenting , and why there is a natural space for natural wine

 CALLING THE TUNES WITH MJ TOWLER

CALLING THE TUNES WITH MJ TOWLER


His cutting-edge podcast is a departure from traditional wine industry culture, but MJ Towler is boldly thrusting forward. VOICES sits down with the renegade host for an in-depth perspective

Lazy Bear in San Francisco beverage director Jacob Brown

LAZY BEAR: ON A MISSION


At Lazy Bear in San Francisco beverage director Jacob Brown finds inspiration in the endless wealth of California produce

The Language Of Yes

WHIMSICAL AND COLLECTABLES: THE LATEST IN GLASSWARE DESIGN


New generations are challenging traditional drinking etiquettes, as Debika Ray investigates the modern world of glassware

The Linguist

ALICE ACHAYO EXPLORES WINE THROUGH WORLD FOOD


Alice Achayo is on a quest to diversify the language of wine through food – specifically world cuisine. We met the Boston-based wine consultant and founder of The Wine Linguist

BARBARA WIDMER, CEO AND WINEMAKER BRANCAIA

KRISTEN LEE SERGEANT EXPLORES WINE THROUGH JAZZ


A jazz musician, sommelier, and crafting a wine label with Grammy-winning saxophonist Ted Nash, Kyla Marshell meets the artist in Manhattan for a musically enhanced wine experience

BARBARA WIDMER, CEO AND WINEMAKER BRANCAIA

FOOD TRUCKS CAN LEAD TO DIVERSE WINE PAIRINGS


From London to Lisbon, New York to LA, food trucks have altered the culinary landscape. Katie Kelly Bell asks sommeliers how best to pair world street food with wine

The Language Of Yes

ALBI’S SPIRITED WINE LIST COMPLEMENTS ITS COMPLEX LEVANTINE CUISINE


At Albi, the heady atmosphere and complex Levantine dishes are matched by a cheeky wine program laced with obscure references to songs, books and films as David White discovers

The Language Of Yes

FRANCIE’S BRINGS A TASTE OF EUROPE TO BROOKLYN


With its European flavors and brasserie sensibility, Francie’s curated menu includes uncommon wines from European importers, as service director, Paris Pryor, explains the egalitarian and fun program

SECOND BEST

SECOND BEST


European capitals can sometimes steal away from the second cities’ limelight, yet it’s often in these urban settings where the most inventive food and wine culture flourishes, reports William Hersey