Interview with the master sommelier.
Only $146,000 a year? Wait, let me get my fancy corkscrew!
A landmark case for vintage wine hoaxes.
Mo' money. Mo' problems.
Several studies indicate you don't know what you're talking about.
It's his party; he can call sparkling wine Champagne if he wants to.
The age of the aging wine may be over in Chicago restaurants.
It wasn't a very good year for his collection.
There's no reason to ring in the New Year with champers that's made by multinational luxury conglomerates a million bottles at a time. These bottles of bubbly are far better.
Crime doesn't pay, but comes in handy if you have pancakes.
If only the beverage wizard could also advise on contraceptive choices.
Big changes for essentially the world's biggest wine influencer.
Trotter wine collection to break million dollar mark.
Wine stolen from Charlie Trotter's collection en route to Christie's.
Trotter wine collection can be yours.
The program aims to make buying booze, beer and groceries a one-stop trip.
Illinois wine survives, but may not thrive, in 2012 drought.