|Wine & Food Related Magazines|
|Vineyard & Winery Management|
Bottom line resource for vineyard and winery owners and operators outlining basic how-tos of the grape industry.
Practical Winery Vineyard
No-nonsense in-depth information on grapegrowing, winemaking, marketing and finance.
Wines & Vines
Technical trade publication for the wine industry, with statistics and an emphasis on grape-growing and grape product processing of various levels such as wine and juice processing and marketing.
Wine Industry Phone Book
Wine Industry Phone Book contains in alphabetical order the names and numbers of all the 7,500 plus people listed in the Directory and Product Guide.
Sante : Magazine Of Wine And Spirits Management
Issues contain wine and spirits reviews, regular columns and features on effective management techniques, staff training and restaurant marketing, as well as articles covering all aspects of food and beverage procurement, presentation and service. Also profiles the country’s top restaurants.
A consulting guide to wine, wine service and wine merchandising in restaurants, for restaurateurs and wine suppliers.
Food & Wine
This magazine explores all aspects of an Epicurean lifestyle including cooking, entertaining, wine and food pairing, home decorating, travel, dining out, spirits, tabletop design and new appliances and equipment. Each department and feature covers information on how to enjoy Epicurean pursuits with an emphasis on style, accessibility and fun.
Cooking For Profit
Targeted to owners, operators and staff of restaurants, schools, health care facilities and other volume operations. Emphasizes recipes, food preparation, kitchen techniques, foodservice equipment, and management. Feature a profile of a successful foodservice operation every month.
Whether you’re a wine collector, a connosiuer, a novice with passion to learn more about wine, or a “foodie”, your interests will be well-served with a subscription to “Wine Spectator”.
“Wine Spectator” is always current on the hip trends, prices, and hot picks among wines and never seems to miss a beat with their thorough reviews. They know what’s hot and what’s not — and if you’re like most of the population and can’t spend $400.00 on a bottle of wine, or don’t feel that you know enough to even enjoy a $400.00 bottle of wine, don’t worry — they don’t cater to only and upper eschelon of wine drinkers. “Wine Spectator” makes recommendations and highlights wines in all prices ranges, defying the myth that a good bottle of wine has to be expensive. Additionally, I’ve always found “Wine Spectator” wine ratings to be consistent- using their 100-point rating system.
This magazine is edited for people interested in food. It explores the authentic cuisines of the world, tracks recipes and ingredients to their places of origin and illuminates their history, traditions and local flavors. It includes all aspects of the world of food including eating, cooking and reading. In addition, it contains informative news about the latest in culinary trends, kitchen tips and techniques and a calendar of culinary events.
Serves the fine food service industry and is edited for restaurateurs, chefs, food and beverage directors, and caterers.
Dedicated to the quality and beauty of professional food preparation. Contains recipes and color photography of the presentation of the dish.
WINE ENTHUSIAST is a wine and spirits magazine covering domestic and world wine regions, wine and spirits news, tasting notes, cellaring and serving suggestions, the interaction of wine and spirits with food and travel. Every issue contains a Buying Guide rating selected styles of wine and new releases, reporting the opinions of our judges. The focus of the magazine is on the appreciation of wine as part of good living.
This magazine is written for people who want to make their own wine at home. It is edited for both beginners and experts with simple, how-to tips using kits and concentrates to more advanced articles focusing on fresh fruit. Regular columns include Tips from the Pros, Troubleshooting with the Wine Wizard and Variety Focus.
Wine X is the voice for the new generation of wine consumers, offering wine, food and an intelligent slice of vice.
Fancy Food And Culinary Products
Now in its 20th year of publication, this is a standout in the gourment retailing marketplace. Written exclusively for retailers of gourmet foods and the culinary products that they also sell, Fancy Food s tabloid format delivers editorial and graphics with added impact for readers and advertisers.
The “ideas” magazine for American chefs. We present the industry with a “textbook” of ideas and information to enhance profit on the plate. From ingredients to cooking methods, from dish presentation to service, Chef exposes your products to the heart of creativity and development.
Nations Restaurant News
Helps readers understand the forces shaping the market. Includes special reports, forecasts and trends, the Top 100, annual company profile, and the year in review.
Foodservice & Hospitality
Focuses on business and food trends; also hotel and restaurant operator profiles covering the food service and hospitality industry in Canada.
Wine & Spirits
Consumer magazine promoting the greater appreciation and enjoyment of wine and fine spirits. Features include articles on food and travel as well as results of the American Wine Competition, and restaurant and retail surveys.
Covers various aspects of wine from harvesting the vineyards to wine tasting.
National Culinary Review
The official publication of America’s largest professional association of chefs, cooks and pastry chefs. Editorial content focuses on food, trends, techniques, and industry news.