Alquimie: Edition Two

From Chianti to clean water in the second edition of the quarterly food and drink publication

As a companion to their engaging website, which explores drinks of all kinds found around the world, Australia’s Alquimie has released the second edition of their quarterly print publication. Like their equally impressive inaugural edition, the latest isn’t a pedestrian booze magazine; although it gracefully peeps at the wines of chianti and ventures down whisky tastings and absinthe’s history, it also searches for the cleanest …

Interview: Justin Willett of Tyler Winery

The young vintner on "restrained" wines and the advantages of not owning a vinyard

by Tariq Dixon Very few vintners can boast having nine vintages under their belt at 32 years old. Even fewer can claim patronage by so many of America’s leading restaurants—Eleven Madison Park, Daniel and Le Bernardin included. But these are just a few of the accomplishments of Justin Willett, founder of Tyler Winery based in Lompoc, CA. A History of Art and Architecture graduate with …

Delectable

The essential wine app for amateurs, enthusiasts and wine professionals alike

Whether you’re on the spot with the wine menu or looking up at hundreds of bottles from dozens of countries on the shelves at the local wine shop, the pressure of choosing the right wine is on. There aren’t many consumer industries that buyers actively participate in while simultaneously knowing so little about what they’re getting into. But the days of taking a shot in …