Owen Dugan

Features Editor

About

Owen Dugan joined Wine Spectator in 2001 as a copy editor and was promoted to features editor in 2003.

Dugan grew up in rural southeastern Pennsylvania and earned a degree in literature from Bard College. After working in art book publishing in Philadelphia and New York, his love of wine led him to Wine Spectator. He is the resident authority on food coverage and edits most of the publication’s non-wine lifestyle content. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and two sons.

Give What You Love

Give What You Love

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Dec 15, 2021
A Catskills Odyssey
Food

A Catskills Odyssey

New York–based Fruition Chocolate Works

Nov 30, 2021
Catch as Catch Can
Food

Catch as Catch Can

Portuguese sardines for snacking

Nov 30, 2021
Tasting the Top 3 Wines of 2019
Tasting Reports

Tasting the Top 3 Wines of 2019

A comparison of some of the most exciting reds of the year

Oct 25, 2021
Grass-Fed Beef and California Cabernet
Food

Grass-Fed Beef and California Cabernet

Tips for making the most of a classic pairing

Nov 15, 2021
A Tuscan Larder
Food

A Tuscan Larder

Staples of a Tuscan pantry

Oct 31, 2021
Like Salt for Chocolate
Food

Like Salt for Chocolate

From milky to dark, bars that add a pinch of salt are gaining fans

Oct 31, 2021
Jamón: Spain’s Sure Cure
Food

Jamón: Spain’s Sure Cure

Aged serrano and Iberico hams are among the great Spanish delicacies

Oct 15, 2021
Celebrating Anthony Bourdain
People

Celebrating Anthony Bourdain

Memories from and of the late chef

Oct 15, 2021