Virtual Content, Real Wine: Take Two
After more than two years of virtual wine tastings, it's time to raise the bar on these experiences
New Study Suggests Red Wine Reduces COVID Infection Rates
U.K. residents who drank 1 to 2 glasses of red wine per day had a lower chance of infection
Do You Have Any Glass? Winemakers Face Global Supply Chain Woes
From shipping delays to glass shortages, small and big wineries are facing the pandemic's side effects
Is Restaurant Wine-To-Go Here to Stay?
States reevaluate pandemic-era regulations on restaurant sales of takeout alcohol
José Andrés Discusses a Way Back for Restaurants at Impact Seminar
The chef and humanitarian spoke with Wine Spectator's Thomas Matthews for the 45th Annual Impact Marketing Seminar
Table for Two? Next Question: Vaccinated?
Restaurants need a chance to fully recover while keeping staff and diners safe
A Masked Man in Italy
In the air again
Should Restaurants Require Proof of Vaccination?
As New York City limits indoor dining to vaccinated guests, restaurateurs in other states weigh their options
Diners Loved Wine to Go During the Pandemic; Some States Will Keep It While Others Pull the Plug
35 states allowed restaurants to sell wine for off-premise consumption, boosting revenue and connection to customers