Sarah Tracey, Freelance Writer

Sarah Tracey, Certified Sommelier

Sarah is a freelance writer for

What should you drink? Wine experts offer pairing advice and share the bottles that will be on their holiday table this year.
Because warm weather isn't only about rosé.
We're sharing the tried-and-true methods that wine professionals turn to.
Whether you're turning on the grill to make steak, chicken, seafood, or vegetables, here are the easy-drinking vinos to pair with them all summer long.
What is the difference between Champagne, prosecco, cava, and other bubbles? And when is it worth the splurge?
Toast to the Emerald Isle with one of these Irish brews.
Expect more bottled cocktails and wine delivered to your door, and look forward to drinking wine that benefits causes from cancer to climate change.
It might be hard to say but this aromatic wine is easy to drink!
These French wines pair well with food and are good value.
It's nothing like that sweet, blush wine.
We'll explain the difference between Chianti and Chianti Classico.
Get to know one of the world's most versatile grapes.
It's one of the oldest grape varieties in the world.
Understanding the difference between wines grown in different regions around the world and at price points low and high.
Do you love foods that bring the heat? Make sure you have the right wine to complement and cool down those hot flavors.
And why you should try the different styles of wine made with this popular grape.
Here's what you need to know about the newest (oldest) wine that's trending now.
Whether you prefer light and crisp or rich and luscious, there's a white for you.
You can buy delicious wine all across the country, but these are the spots to know about right now.
Find out which foods pair nicely with pilsner, IPA, wheat ale, Trappist ale, and stout.
This South American country is famous for malbec, but there are plenty of other varieties to discover here, too.
It's the most important wine-producing area in the U.S. and offers a rich diversity of wine to enjoy.
Drink your way around Spain, from Rioja for red wine to Andalusia for sherry. And whatever you do, don't forget the cava!