The eastern seaboard of the US includes Boston, New York and Washington DC, the country’s financial and government centres. Scott Saunders looks at what people in this dynamic part of the country are drinking.
Founded in 1630, Boston is one of the most historically significant cities in the US, not least because it played a key role in the American Revolution. Local writer Scott Saunders goes looking for the city’s most notable sommeliers.
If you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere. But first, you have to impress a tough audience. Leslie Gevirtz introduces the power brokers of New York’s most significant restaurants and wine bars.
American Presidential candidate Donald Trump doesn’t touch alcohol, yet he owns a well-regarded winery, if one with a turbulent backstory. Roger Morris reports from Virginia on Trump Winery and the art of the steal.