Demystifying the labels of some of Europe’s finest rieslings.
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After Georgian wine grapes are harvested, they're crushed and dumped—seeds, stems, skins, and all—into vast earthenware amphorae called kvevri, which are then buried up to their necks in the soil and sealed with wax. No laboratory yeasts are introduced to the process; the wine is shaped by the temperature of the earth and by the wild yeasts clinging to the grape. Continue...
There’s something mesmerizing about this dense red wine, full of dark fruit flavors.
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.
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.
Elevating a mimosa with Campari is a perfect way to serve up cocktails during a New Year's brunch—you can use up any leftover champagne from the night before.
In Spain, revelers eat twelve grapes at midnight on New Year’s Eve: the sweetness of each grape indicates the quality of each month ahead. Incorporate this tradition into your celebration by threading grapes onto skewers and placing them in a glass of bubbly.
Champagne is a must-have on New Year's Eve: try dressing it up with elderflower liqueur, mint, and cucumber, for a sweet and refreshing cocktail.
This drink combines hibiscus flowers preserved in syrup and champagne, making a stunning drink that's perfect for any celebration.
This citrusy Christmas cocktail is great with either ginger ale for the kids or champagne for adults.
The 2003 Croft Vintage Porto has a theme of cherries and chocolate and a velvety texture.
The Good Wine Under $20 blog offers a mix of red, white, and sparkling choices to serve during your Thanksgiving dinner.