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For the well-known Craggy Range director and co-owner, these are a few of his favorite things.

Roger Morris

I first heard about the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen fifteen years ago. Santé, my father’s magazine, has been attending since 1996 and for over a decade I have been catching bits and pieces of stories. From epic pork roasts, to ice sculpture pool parties, to tents containing hundreds of exhibitors pouring over a thousand different wines and dishing up samples of Alaskan seafood and Maui Jims, I have been fantasizing about Aspen.

Aaryn Vaughan

Spring in New York City brings beautiful flowers, budding trees, and time spent outside enjoying the sunshine with good friends, great wine, and exceptional food.  This was certainly the case at the James Beard House for the Garden Spring Fling dinner staged by Chef Mary Dumont and Pastry Chef Brian Mercury of Harvest, a Cambridge, Mass. institution of extraordinary cuisine.

Chris Stevenson

California wines and their future as seen through the pages of my first wine book.

Roger Morris

On a recent visit to Rias Baixas, tastings and conversations with mainly women winemakers.

Roger Morris

It's old, but it's new.

Roger Morris

Tastemakers from Austin's restaurant scene share their thoughts on the latest food and wine trends emerging in Texas's progressive capital.

Lisa Mattson

Livio Felluga's Terre Alte old vintages make the case for aged table wines.

Roger Morris