Anthony Giglio - Boston Magazine

Anthony Giglio

Prada or Gucci? Who cares! Here’s what the in crowd is buzzing about this season.

Kiss those tropical umbrella drinks goodbye. And say hello to luscious, alluring sipping rum.

Red zinfandel is European by birth, but it’s undeniably a Yankee Doodle dandy.

Ready or not, the screwcap is turning up on more and more bottles. And there’s nothing wrong with that.

Think you need a fortune—or a private vault—to amass a wine collection in your home? You don’t.

Wine service, like wine itself, is neither always consistent nor always good. Here are a few things you can do about it.

Wines from the Southern Hemisphere have a six-month head start on harvest. Which means they’re already making '05s down yonder.

If being a connoisseur of beers seems oxymoronic, you need to hoist one of New England’s new craft brews.

Look forward to great vintages from times past, coming to Boston in 2005.

Flavored vodkas are suddenly more chic than their “flavorless” siblings, but what are they really?

How malbec, once a French second-class citizen, has become the beloved toast of Argentina.

Think you know all of Europe’s great wine regions? Not unless you’ve tasted Portugal’s surprisingly good varietals.

Greece is ready to showcase the strength of its wines in time for this month’s festivities.

The season’s most refreshing thing—the summer cocktail—is in bars now.

Isn’t it time that wines at weddings became worthy of the occasion?