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.
We're in the midst of a sparkling-water brand war.
Pinot noir is among the most ancient of fine wine grapes
Once relegated to summer as firmly as white sandals and seersucker suits, rosé wines are finally accepted as a distinct class that merits our consideration, regardless of the weather.
What you can expect to drink at "Wonders of Water."
Pinot gris shouldn't be written off simply because there are oceans of fairly uninteresting examples out there.
In South America, it's far more economical to practice true organic viticulture than in Europe.
I've complained for years about the over-hopping of IPAs as the West Coast style took over American craft-beer culture in increasingly exaggerated examples.
D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. recently filed a trademark application for "Philly Special" and is considering applying the phrase to one of its beers. It is the sixth company or person to seek the trademark since the Super Bowl.
Chardonnay wines are far richer in texture than other whites.
Red sparkling wines have become more popular in recent years
With Valentine's Day around the corner, there's no better time to splurge on a deliciously decadent indulgence for two.
We go inside one of the most popular breweries in Minneapolis to talk about the city's craft beer scene.