Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Beverages

A longtime manager is now running the show.
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.
Something smells about Not Your Father's Root Beer, and I'm not talking about the heavy dose of vanilla extract that flavors the suddenly popular brew.
"There are some New Jersey wines that deserve a place in any discussion of fine wine, alongside wines from Western Europe and California."
Drinking straight from a can or bottle is democratic, a manifestation of the equality of mankind. Anyone with fingers and a mouth can do it.
Why one distiller is treating his gin like bourbon.