Ben Lasman joined Wine Spectator in 2012 and was promoted to copy editor in 2015.
He grew up in Massachusetts and graduated from Yale University with a degree in English. He worked as a local news reporter in Connecticut before moving to New York, and currently covers wine cellars and collecting for Wine Spectator.
The auction market offers old, rare and ready-to-drink bottles, with ample bargains in the …
The first family of Châteauneuf-du-Pape
Château de Beaucastel’s Marc Perrin shares four classic-rated vintages, including a …
St. Louis collectors Eric and Kelli Schaefer build a cellar for the ages
A culture of wine appreciation blossoms at a Los Angeles law firm
Gregory Zupkus took a do-it-yourself approach to his handcrafted home cellar
Zachys sells a massive collection of wines sourced from the Bordeaux first-growth's cellar, …
Tony Simmons cellars Bordeaux classics—and 66,000 barrels of pepper mash