This wine, made from vines that average 45 years in age, has a deep ruby hue, aromas of stony earth, ripe berries, and an almost lush burst of dark cherry fruit that has a sparkle of cracked pepper on the finish.
Packed with jammy black cherry flavors and accented with just enough vanilla-scented oak, it's perfect for backyard barbecues and everyday occasions - no corkscrew required.
Dogfish Head's new beer has a whiff of the Flaming Lips.
Since most of what we call flavor is perceived by the sense of smell, not by the tongue, a stronger smell
means a stronger taste by definition.
It is pure urban legend that the 17th-century French monk Dom Pérignon "discovered" sparkling wine.
This wine tastes like fresh-picked blackberries and green herbs.
You'll probably want to drive out to the Main Line for the rowdiest experiences.
The vast majority of premium red wines are quite dry, meaning not at all sweet, and, until recently, only the most affordable reds had any noticeable sugar content.
Stepping up to create a more ambitious taproom in its big new facility is a golden opportunity to create a more immersive brewpub experience - and Yards is better for it, even as it still has room to grow.
Stakeholders in the hospitality industry appear split on the measure.
The Pottsville-based brewery recently announced the Yuengling Golden Pilsner, its first new year-round beer since 2001.
Skeptics will have a great opportunity to sample the array of delightful wines made close to home this week during Philly Wine Week.
Check out these weird food-and-wine-pairing events unfolding during the eight-day 2018 Philly Wine Week.