ingenuity creates perfect boilermaker by al mancini A good old-fashioned boilermaker is no way to treat a good whisky, regardless of whether you shoot the hard stuff and immediately chase it with beer, or pour the shot into the brew and sip it. Either way, the liquor taste is masked – usually on purpose to […]
Grand Tour 2017 kicks off in Las Vegas to high accolades by Marisa Finetti Not every wine reaches the glory of 90+ points, but every wine tells a compelling story that, once told, results in a finish capable of lasting forever. Wine Spectator’s Grand Tour 2017 in Las Vegas showcased 244 wines, which earned high […]
Female winemakers: life’s natural nurturers Among the unique terroirs of grape-bearing vines that blanket the world’s landscape — from the smallest viticultural villages of France, to a patchwork quilt of terrain in Oregon’s pastoral landscapes — trailblazing women have distinguished themselves, bringing significant knowledge, vision and innovation to the field. Leveraging their personal drive, verve […]
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