Entries by Amy Reiley

November 2006: Beaujolais Wine Bargains

woman on wine with amy reiley Beaujolais becomes the buzz once every year when the Nouveau, (the just made wine of the current vintage) celebrates its annual release. Nouveau is party wine, meant to be drunk young and well chilled. And though its best-known product is often considered to be alcoholic Kool-aid, bear in mind […]

October 2006: The Many Zins of Ravenswood

woman on wine with amy reiley Normally, my column offers a grab bag of wines, a little something from here, a little something from over there. But every once in a while, one winery grabs me so tightly that I can’t see beyond its finely crafted charms. Tasting through this year’s new releases from Sonoma […]

Summer Sampler–some of the best bites in NYC

Eat & Tell with Annette Tomei Sorry about the unintentional summer vacation from writing Eat and Tell! Though I’ve found it best to keep a low profile of late, there have been a few notable moments to share. Summer kicked off with a change of address that has changed my home eating habits for the […]

August 2006: New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

Woman on Wine with Amy Reiley The sexiest summertime wines are well-chilled whites with a bite of acid. These kinds of wines generally come from cooler regions of the world, like Alsace, Tasmania and Austria. But the region best known for racy whites would have to be New Zealand,