The reason why some people of Caribbean descent enjoy a Jewish staple over the holidays.
Almost 25 years ago, John Wurdeman stumbled onto a CD of traditional Georgian music at a record store in Virginia. Now he lives in the tiny former Soviet republic and is involved in its wine renaissance.
Talia Baiocchi used to hate sherry — now, she's an expert on what she says is the most underrepresented variety of wine.
Paul Lang lives in New York City, but his first love is Italy. He spends most of him time meeting Italian wine makers and exploring their creations. It's the stories he collects about them that help make the wines special for his clients in the United States.
What do you drink when carnival time in Quebec City and it's freezing cold? The answer's Caribou. But what exactly is in the high-octane party drink?
For years, Nick Bartman has made it his mission to stop wine counterfeiting in China. And that means drinking some nasty stuff.