Women Chefs of San Francisco
From tasting menus to farm-to-table, today's women chefs stand on the shoulders of pioneers. Among the modern leaders is Dominique Crenn, whose ingredient-driven restaurants span from fine dining to small plates.
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MOTHER'S DAY TIPS Planning a big day for Mom? Watch for our annual feature in early May when we'll talk to a top chef and get a recipe and wine picks. Find more recipes and pairings with our biweekly 8 & $20 feature, showcasing easy-to-prepare weeknight recipes matched to great wines priced at $20 or less. Plus, sign up to receive regular recipe suggestions in our free, weekly Sips & Tips email newsletter.
GRAND TOUR This spring, Wine Spectator hits the road with the world's finest wineries, making stops in Las Vegas (April 27), Chicago (May 2) and Miami (May 10) to pour more than 240 top wines. If you can't join us this time, check out our coverage of who was there.
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WINE SPECTATOR VIDEO Watch all our great wine tips, winemaker interviews and tastings on your desktop, laptop, tablet or phone.
- Spotlight: Adam Lee of Siduri: The California-based winemaker discusses what wine has taught him about life, who his wine hero is, and the future of Pinot Noir.
- Renewal and Determination: Schrader Cellars Cabernet: Napa Cabernet all-stars Fred Schrader and Thomas Rivers Brown present six wines from Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard at the 2018 New York Wine Experience and reflect on the winery's early days.
- A Perfect Match: White Asparagus with Sauvignon Blanc: Coming soon: Find out more about this intriguing pairing—and get the recipe from chef Abram Bissell of the Modern in New York.
2018 BORDEAUX BARREL TASTINGS Bordeaux's 2018 growing season got off to a rough start, with heavy rains endangering the vintage. But the summer brought lots of sunshine, and an ideal harvest season has vintners optimistic. Senior editor James Molesworth made his annual trip to Bordeaux to taste the young wines from barrel. Which 2018s will be worth buying as futures? Follow his reports highlighting top châteaus and estates to watch. Plus, get his scores and tasting notes for hundreds of Bordeaux reds, dry whites and sweet wines.
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