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.
A red wine we can feel warm and fuzzy about without breaking the bank.
Thanks to an increasing number of local restaurants and bars, you can go out, drink well, and win your Dry July.
Jerry Blavat at age 78 still spins highly danceable oldies every Friday and Saturday night into the early morning - a show that's best experienced in person at Memories in Margate but is also broadcast at the Shore on Kool 98.3 FM.
Wines that look white can be made from red-skinned grapes.
Casillero del Diablo Sauvignon Blanc
For as much hype as the craft-beer scene and the trendy gin and whiskey distilleries have accrued in Philadelphia, they don't match the popularity of E&J and its more sophisticated French cousin, Hennessy. No alcohol does.
There's quite a lot we can learn from a wine's package design.
There's a reason red Côtes du Rhône is so often the default "house wine" in French bistros and cafes.
The San Francisco Bay Area's combination of sun and fog can create an exceptionally well-balanced wine.
This wine from the Mosel region is a perfect example, with a sweet-tart balance reminiscent of lemonade.
We've got your Beer Week schedule covered.
Shopping for rosés can be frustrating, as the degree of sweetness is the most relevant deciding factor but that is rarely made plain on labels.