Can American Fans Save German Riesling?Germans don’t make sweet rieslings like they used to—except to export them to us.
That's AmariA lonely woman falls in love with Campari, Aperol, and other bitters.
Beyond BacardiRum deserves more respect.
Wieners and WineSlate's wine critic and competitive eater Sean "Flash" Gordon conduct a tasting.
Rooibos TeaIf you haven't heard of it, you will soon.
The Master of Wine ExamIs the reputed "hardest test of knowledge" in the wine world worth taking?
Tequila!On Cinco de Mayo, consider a few margarita alternatives.
BrauereisterbenGermany's beer culture is in decline.
The Nouveau Beaujolais2009 gave winemakers in the troubled Beaujolais region the great vintage they desperately needed.
A History of the HangoverTheir prevalence during recessions; baseball and the hangover; the search for a cure; are all hangovers bad?
The Bowl's the ThingNotes on holiday punch.
Hyperdirected OenophilesBurghound, For the Love of Port, and other great niche wine sites.
Down With the Natural Wine MovementThe word "natural" is meaningless.
This Will Pair Nicely With Your VuvuzelaThe best South African wines to drink while watching the World Cup final.
A New Kind of DrunkennessThe greatness of gin.
Beyond OktoberfestThere's more to German brewing than Munich's lagers. Five delicious styles from the rest of the country to sample this fall.
PiscoDon't hate it because it's fashionable.
The Greatest Wine Retailer in AmericaHow Chambers Street Wines eschewed critic ratings and built a loyal following.
Patterson's Pimm'sNotes on the official drink of tipsy toffs.
The Portland of the Far EastCraft beer is booming in Japan.
Hedonistic Fruit BombsThe debate over wine alcohol levels is getting out of control.
Eureka!The pinch-me-brilliant wines of Rhys Vineyards.
Velvety Chocolate With a Silky Ruby Finish. Pair With Shellfish.Ridiculous wine descriptors may reveal more about a bottle's price than its flavor.
Drinking With the Enemy Slate's wine critic attends an awkward tasting.
Quit Pigeonholing Champagne!The case for treating the fizzy drink like any other wine.
The Lost Grape of BordeauxCarmenère disappeared from France in the 19th century and reappeared in Chile 100 years later.
Hey, Tea Partiers, This Wine's for You!The patriotic history of Madeira.
Vinos BlancosNorthern Spain has become a white-wine Valhalla.
What's in the Bottle?An investigation into the startling fraud accusations that have upended the fine wine world.
I'm a Burgundy ManChoosing sides in the great wine-world fight between Burgundy and Bordeaux.