See what local NJ eateries made the cut by Wine Spectator


MY CENTRAL JERSEY | “Wine connoisseurs of New Jersey may think that they need to get on a plane to Tuscany or Napa Valley to sip on fine wines alongside five-star meals, but according to Wine Spectator, all they really have to do is drive down the road.”
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Taste-Testing All the Wines at Starbucks’ New, Boozy Evenings Program

BLOOMBERG | “The giant coffee company rolled out its new “Starbucks Evenings” program of serving wine, craft beer, and small plates last month in 70 U.S. locations. I stopped by the first spot to open in New York in order to put the selections to a taste test.”
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The Airlines With the Best Wine Lists


CNTRAVELER.COM | “Oenophiles, rejoice: these days, some of the best wine you might ever drink could be at 35,000 feet. From Taittinger champagne to 40-year-old tawny ports, the wines offered onboard the world’s top airlines are reaching completely new heights. But which carriers are doing wine programs best? We asked a panel of sommeliers and wine experts from across the country to pick out the top five wine lists in the air this fall for premium class passengers.”
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Short restaurant wine lists

GOURMET TRAVELLER | “One of the most exciting trends in Australian restaurants is the proliferation of very short, very good wine lists. It’s particularly prevalent among newcomers to this year’s GT restaurant guide: many of the hottest places offer only a handful of wines – maybe 20 or fewer, including sparkling and sweet – but all are exquisitely well chosen, tempting, delicious and oh-so-right for the ethos of the establishment.”
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