Anthony Giglio - Boston Magazine

Anthony Giglio

Grüner veltliner is our candidate this election year for best wine on the table.

Once the toast of Bordeaux, carmenère was considered a lost grape until it was rediscovered in Chile. Now it’s a rising star.

Choosing the right wine shop is just as important as choosing the right bottle.

Though grenache gives performances all over the world, she has often been overlooked for leading roles. Until now.

If what the experts are saying is true, Bostonians are drinking more, drinking better, and finally experimenting.

Forget the mall. Your local wine shop has the perfect holiday gift for everyone on your list.

Rioja is the only wine region on the planet that ages its wines perfectly before it sells them to you. And at a great price.

Far too many modern-day cocktails are sorely lacking in one thing: good, old-fashioned bitters, and the balance they bring.

The pinot noir grape is the universal match for almost any dish or palate. Never before has one wine meant so much to so many.

Think the best wine bars and restaurants in town serve wine at the proper temperatures? Think again.

The summer cocktail gets a refresher, thanks to a renewed thirst for the Caribbean’s greatest export.

Summer sipping is all about the apéritif, the classic predinner teaser.

It’s time you learn some respect for the wines of Italy’s meridionale.

Don’t be fooled by riesling’s sugary reputation. This white is more complex and food-friendly than you think.

It’s time to raise a glass to the best of the browns, whether they’re from Ireland, Scotland, or Tennessee.