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New York City: A Wine Lover's Guide
Oct 15, 2017

New York City: A Wine Lover's Guide

New York City can satisfy every appetite. From world-class art and architecture to globe-spanning food and wine, this great city delivers the goods. The great challenge is knowing where to look.

Cover Stories

New York

New York

Wine Spectator celebrates New York City's best restaurants, hotels, wine bars, food and wine …
Oct 15, 2017
Downtown Reborn

Downtown Reborn

Lower Manhattan is one of New York's most vibrant and historic neighborhoods today, a place to find …
Oct 15, 2017
The Village

The Village

Visitors don't often think of Manhattan as charming, but Greenwich Village and the East Village are …
Oct 15, 2017
From Chelsea to the Flatiron

From Chelsea to the Flatiron

Lower Manhattan is one of New York's most vibrant and historic neighborhoods today, a place to find …
Oct 15, 2017
Hudson Yards

Hudson Yards

In 2025, Hudson Yards will be home to an estimated 60,000 office workers and residents and will …
Oct 15, 2017
Midtown Bustle

Midtown Bustle

In Midtown, gawking tourists and rushing workers, squat old buildings and gleaming new skyscrapers …
Oct 15, 2017
Town and Gown on the Upper West Side

Town and Gown on the Upper West Side

The Upper West Side is defined by a diverse mix of people who take in everything from Shake Shack …
Oct 15, 2017
The Stately Upper East Side

The Stately Upper East Side

Once considered a stuffy area, the Upper East Side has shed some pretension with a mix of ages and …
Oct 15, 2017
Brooklyn’s Waterfront

Brooklyn’s Waterfront

Brooklyn offers a wealth of activities for locals and tourists alike. One may never need to go to …
Oct 15, 2017
Lombardi's

Lombardi's

America's original pizzaiolo, Gennaro Lombardi, based his style on the pizza of his native Naples. …
Oct 15, 2017
Katz's Delicatessen

Katz's Delicatessen

Katz's is among the last of the originals New York delicatessens. And the historic eatery is now …
Oct 15, 2017
Waverly Restaurant

Waverly Restaurant

Once ubiquitous, the New York diner has become an endangered species, but archetypes like Waverly …
Oct 15, 2017
Russ and Daughters

Russ and Daughters

Russ and Daughters, owned by the same family since its founding in 1914 is one of the last stores …
Oct 15, 2017
Summit Gathering

Summit Gathering

The 10 restaurants that hold Wine Spectator Grand Awards, our highest honor, for their wine …
Oct 15, 2017
The City's Deep Cellars

The City's Deep Cellars

The Big Apple is home to 10 Wine Spectator Grand Awards, more than any other city in the world. …
Oct 15, 2017
The World's Wines in the City's Shops

The World's Wines in the City's Shops

Wine Spectator brings you a list of wineshops we can recommend around the city where you can buy a …
Oct 15, 2017
Prime Properties

Prime Properties

Wine Spectator profiled four establishments that represent the spectrum of steak house experiences …
Oct 15, 2017
At Home in the City

At Home in the City

A Wine Spectator tour through New York's finest hotels reveals striking diversity, even as …
Oct 15, 2017

Tasting Reports

Tuscany Alphabetical Listing

Tuscany Alphabetical Listing

A free alphabetical list offering more than 680 Tuscan wines reviewed for the tasting report in …
Oct 15, 2017
New York Alphabetical Listing

New York Alphabetical Listing

A free alphabetical list offering more than 240 New York wines reviewed for the tasting report in …
Oct 15, 2017
Challenging Times

Challenging Times

Wine Spectator 's Bruce Sanderson explains that the best is yet to come with Tuscany's promising …
Oct 15, 2017
Diversity in the Empire State

Diversity in the Empire State

New York state's wine game is plenty strong these days. Here's a primer on what you need to know to …
Oct 15, 2017

Grapevine

Spain's Prolific Ambassador

Spain's Prolific Ambassador

For over 40 years Enric Canut has worked tirelessly to educate the public about the history, taste …
Oct 15, 2017
Building Up a Head of Foam

Building Up a Head of Foam

Nitro cold brew, now a hot trend in the coffee industry, was pioneered by Mike McKim, founder and …
Oct 15, 2017
Millennials Pick Wine, Spirits Over Beer

Millennials Pick Wine, Spirits Over Beer

With beer shrinking sales, wine and spirits appear poised to continue gaining share, boosted by …
Oct 15, 2017
Josh Groban's Pinot Noir Philanthropy

Josh Groban's Pinot Noir Philanthropy

Josh Groban spoke with Wine Spectator 's Lexi Williams about learning the art of blending, how he …
Oct 15, 2017
French Beauties, Global Values

French Beauties, Global Values

Wine Spectator 's Bruce Sanderson brings you a colllection of high-scoring wines from France, a …
Oct 15, 2017
A Taste of Siena

A Taste of Siena

Dining is an innate part of the culture in Siena, a medieval village in Tuscany, where family …
Oct 15, 2017
Renowned Barolo Winemaker Dies

Renowned Barolo Winemaker Dies

Famed winemaker Domenico Clerico who constantly sought to improve his wine and winemaking skills …
Oct 15, 2017
Deal Watch: E. Guigal Buys Châteauneuf- du-Pape Estate; Belgian Investors Buy  Poggio Antico; Oregon’s Adelsheim  Vineyard Changes Hands

Deal Watch: E. Guigal Buys Châteauneuf- du-Pape Estate; Belgian Investors Buy Poggio Antico; Oregon’s Adelsheim Vineyard Changes Hands

Wine Spectator 's Samantha Falewée reports that E. Guigal and other wineries exchanged hands.
Oct 15, 2017
Sonoma's Pedroncelli Winery Celebrates 90 Years

Sonoma's Pedroncelli Winery Celebrates 90 Years

Wine Spectator 's Augustus Weed reports that Sonoma's Pedroncelli Winery celebrated its 90th …
Oct 15, 2017

Departments

What's Past Is Prologue

What's Past Is Prologue

Wine Spectator 's James Laube believes that cabernet and Rhône reds have clearly made their mark in …
Oct 15, 2017
The Places You'll Go

The Places You'll Go

Wine Spectator 's Matt Kramer believes that it goes without saying that we all should visit any …
Oct 15, 2017
FAQ: New York State of Mind

FAQ: New York State of Mind

Wine Spectator 's staff offers interesting facts on one of the greatest cities in the world—New …
Oct 15, 2017
Feedback

Feedback

Wine Spectator readers share their thoughts, ideas and opinions on the stories we publish on the …
Oct 15, 2017
New York for Wine Lovers

New York for Wine Lovers

Wine Spectator editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken discusses New York and what has made it a …
Oct 15, 2017

The Buying Guide

The Buying Guide for this issue is available here.

Tuscany: A free chart offers an alphabetical list of all Tuscany wines reviewed for the tasting report in this issue.

New York: A free chart offers an alphabetical list of all New York wines reviewed for the tasting report in this issue.

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