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Richer Pour: House Wines on Tap
Why doesn't every restaurant have wine-on-tap? That's what I thought when I saw the bar-dispensed keg wine demonstrated by Richer Pour founders David Gordon and Eric Ritvo at a high-end eatery in ...
Beronia at 40
A Recent Tour by This Rioja Winery Showcases the Effects of Oak Aging In summer there's a lot of touring—mainly rock bands. I'm still hoping to get to a great concert but I did get to Bodegas Beronia ...
Puglia's Wineries Kick into High Gear
The most successful wineries in this agricultural Italian state are working hard at home and abroad to make its reputation as a bulk wine producer ancient history. Back in 2006, I was invited by the ...
New Mixology Gold on the Santa Fe Trail
LONG A HAVEN FOR ARTISTS AND WRITERS, SANTA FE CONTINUES TO BE A FANTASTIC CANVAS FOR MIXOLOGISTS TO APPLY THEIR OWN STROKES OF GENIUS The mélange of Native American, Spanish and European cultures, ...
Cartizze, a Pleasure on the Tongue
TODAY, WINES FROM THIS TINY SECTION OF PROSECCO ARE TRADITIONAL YET FRESH, WITH A WONDERFUL BALANCE OF LILTING AROMAS AND FRUIT FLAVORS Actually, this is more of a rediscovery than a completely new ...
Cow Town, Coffee Town
In a collision of hipster cool and coffee love, coffee professionals and consumers from a 16-state region met this January in an old repurposed ballroom in Kansas City to celebrate the magical ...
"Celebrity" Sightings on the Solstice
What can discerning Celebrity Cruises passengers expect with the line's upgraded culinary and beverage program? Whatever floats their boat! In May, Celebrity Cruises invited a select group of food ...
Our "Conversation About Vodka" Event at Nic's Beverly Hills
Check out this quick look at our recent "Conversation about Vodka" event at Nic's Beverly Hills. Look for the complete story in our June issue!
Italy's Shin
I was recently in Campania, Italy, for the first edition of the Campania Stories festival near the town of Sannio, and for Taurasi Vendemmia, a ten-year-old festival celebrating the noblest expression ...
Spirited Encounters in The Netherlands
If you are traveling to Amsterdam for business or inspiration, put two of the city's topmost beverage-centric tourist attractions on your to-do list. Amsterdam abounds with craft beer bars and several ...
The Triangle Theory of Fredericksburg: Wildflowers, Wine and War
TEXAS WINE COUNTRY HOLDS MANY FASCINATIONS A new study of one of the fastest growing winery regions of the U.S. reveals the top three reasons people visit this area: wildflowers, wine and war. Any ...
A Thrilling Vertical at Mastroberardino
60+-YEAR-OLD AGLIANICO IN CAMPANIA Campania is a thrilling place. The hectic metropolis of Naples, the mysteries of Pompeii, the bucolic surroundings and gutsy wines of Taurasi and, of course, ...
High Brau Adventures
"Oktober" and its many fests may arrive sooner than you think, but any month of year is a great time to explore Germany's beer cultures beyond Bavaria when contemplating your beer menu. In major ...
An Argentina Adventure
An invitation to attend an "Experience Argentina" press trip, focused on the foods of that country and the wines of Escorihuela Gascón, Alamos Winery and Catena Zapata, became a unique opportunity for ...
"Small Batch, Good People"
When you think about it, the new tendency to combine jam with spirits in a cocktail shaker has all the elements of a perfect mixed drink: pure alcohol spirit, a bit of sweet fruit and zesty acidity. ...
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