Wine Enthusiast

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Wine Enthusiast
Wine Enthusiast Magazine June 2019 Cover, "The California Issue".jpg
EditorAdam Strum
CategoriesWine magazine
Frequency14 issues per year
PublisherWine Enthusiast Companies
Total circulation253,845[citation needed]
Year founded1988
CountryUnited States
Based inValhalla, New York

Wine Enthusiast magazine is an American wine magazine published by Wine Enthusiast Companies in Valhalla, New York. Founded in 1979 by Adam and Sybil Strum, Wine Enthusiast Companies engages in the wine accessories, storage, information, education, events and travel markets.[1][2][3]

Wine Enthusiast was founded in 1988, offering information on wine and spirits, with reviews and articles on topics peripheral to wine, such as entertaining, travel, restaurants and notable sommeliers. Published 14 times a year, the magazine has a readership of 800,000 consumers worldwide. The magazine's website hosts a database of wine reviews, interviews food and wine pairings, beer and spirits news, and other topics.

The magazine's executive editor is Susan Kostrzewa, and the managing editor is Lauren Buzzeo.

In addition to print and online publication, Wine Enthusiast hosts events for consumers and trade. Two main annual events are the Top 100 Wine Restaurant event, which celebrates the top 100 wine restaurants in the United States featured yearly in the August Issue, the annual Wine Star Awards dinner, during which awards are given to recipients in ten major industry categories.

In June 2021, Wine Enthusiast Companies named the new presidents of the magazine, Erika and Jacqueline Strum.[4] Erika Strum serves as President of Wine Enthusiast Commerce and Jacqueline Strum serves as President & Publisher of Wine Enthusiast Media.[4]

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  1. ^ "Perfect Pairing". October 8, 2008.
  2. ^ Slocum, Bill, The New York Times (May 7, 2000). House Wine Gets Its Own Room
  3. ^ Covel, Simona, Wall Street Journal (October 2, 2008). Wine Enthusiast Looks to Win Over a Wider Audience
  4. ^ a b "Wine Enthusiast Companies Names New Presidents, Erika and Jacqueline Strum". Wine Enthusiast. 2021-06-09. Retrieved 2021-09-02.

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