The South of France makes deep and brooding reds with vegetal, mineral and wild animalistic notes.
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This comfortable northern California wine offers ripe, lush fruit flavors and a healthy dollop of toasty oak.
You don’t have to venture all the way to Japan to find quality sake—you just need to know the lingo.
Adding gelatin can make almost any cocktail into a wiggly shot. These untraditional cocktails are a fun way to add flair to a New Year's party.
Manzanilla, made exclusively in the coastal town of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, is truly the wine of a temperate climate.
This big, bold, Argentinian Malbec will hold up well against any juicy, red meat.
Sumptuous and exotic, this exemplary Chilean cabernet displays the appealing spice and leather notes that characterize so many of that country's top red wines.
This luscious Syrah merits a splurge.
This delicious sparkling wine from Napa tastes succulent but refined – just perfect for kicking off a special October meal.
Rediscovering a festive drink that's pleased the palates of generations past.
At Krug and Bollinger, champagne is wine first and foremost.
Pairing sweets and snacks with dessert wines after a holiday meal allows your guests to taper off comfortably. Here are some easy pairings to guide you.
One is sour, one is strong, but both sherry vinegar and brandy de Jerez are distinctively flavorful.
Why not offer your guests a choice of red or white with this wine-friendly open house menu? Here are our two favorite picks.