Essays on Wine
Take a deeper dive on why wines matter in life with this archive of essays on wine from writer Kevin Day of Opening a Bottle.
Brettanomyces Is a Big Problem
Let's Just Say That Some Parts of Terroir Are Not Worth Drinking
Reflections on the Goldilocks of Grapes: Pinot Noir
How an Old-World-Style Winemaker Approaches Harvest
How to Support Local Restaurants During COVID-19
If You Can, Please Do So ... Here's Why and How.
Loving Wine in the Time of Coronavirus
Reconciling the Frivolity of Wine Consumption During a Pandemic
Tariffs on EU Wines Are Not Dead
It's Crunch Time. Speak Up to Preserve the American Wine Industry.
Understanding Pinot Noir Terroir by … Blending It?
How Cellar Work Can Be Vital to Understanding Contrasts in the Vineyard
The Wine Tariffs Are Real. Speak Up to Stop Them.
Get Involved to Protect American Jobs and the Wines We Love
Thanksgiving Wine Advice: Keep It Simple
This Is Not a Day for Tasting Notes or Decanting Bottles
What’s Noteworthy with Alto Adige Wines
One of Italy's Most Accessible Regions Still Needs a Lot of Explaining
An Italian Acid Trip: Four Wines with Acidity
Looking for a New Lexicon to Describe Wine's Most Vital Component
A Wine Tasting Shouldn’t Intimidate You (But it Probably Does)
Revisiting a Topic That Persists
On Expertise, Discovery and Campania Wines
A Few Musings (And a Delicious Wine I Wish You Could Find) to Start 2019