There's no doubt it's a stiff pour: $58 is a lot for Wigle's new bourbon, especially with $10 more for shipping. But those interested in the evolution of American craft spirits, and especially our region's own distillers, should pay attention to the first
Since hosting a special event with rare old-vintage riojas this year, it's clear the West Deptford franchise of the Joe Canal's discount liquor chain has become a go-to stop for Spanish wine fans. The store is now selling an impressive pair of younger, mo
Boxed wines have come a long way over the last decade in variety, image, and quality, joining the screwcap as a once-controversial technical innovation that's now widely appreciated for its worth. The bag-in-a-box format is smart for fresh young wines, an
Two months ago, I wrote a column featuring three breezy rosés for spring at $15 or less. But with plenty of warm-weather sipping still ahead, I've been reminded there are some more substantial rosés.
Summer is always ripe for cherry pie. But this year, I'm excited about the one that's pouring on draft: Cherry Pie, the cider.
There's been a reassuring burst of energy in Philly's wine scene. offering lists that shine a passionate focus on the progressive, the artisan, the obscure. The Tria Cafes have pioneered that approach with an eye toward keeping prices relatively accessible.
You'd think Ashton Cigar Bar would be, naturally, mostly about smoke, and, yes, there are 200 cigar labels waiting behind a glass-walled humidor at this sleek oasis of luxury tobacco, totally revamped from the old Mahogany and renamed by its new owners in late 2013.
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