Spooky Halloween Cocktail Ideas: Boozy Drinks to Make Your Guests Scream

Want to spook out your guests with some boozy Halloween cocktails? This list features drinks made with all different liquors, so no matter what you prefer, there’s a delicious Halloween cocktail here that’ll make your Halloween a real screamer. The Boozy Halloween Ghost Cocktail District Tea 1 1/2 oz Patron Citronge Creme de Mule 1… Continue reading Spooky Halloween Cocktail Ideas: Boozy Drinks to Make Your Guests Scream

Travel the Savoie Wine Region

Savoy is one of France’s most beautiful tourist destinations, where winter is for skiing, summer for walks in the mountains. But were you also aware that it is also a charming and delightful region that produces lovely wines, mostly whites, that will reward you for all your energetic exertions? Discovering the terraces of vines on… Continue reading Travel the Savoie Wine Region

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Guide to Various French Wine Making Regions

You don’t have to be a lover of great wines to appreciate the wine producing regions of France. You will love these destinations for their beautiful countryside, their lively traditions, their friendly and welcoming tables, and their picturesque villages. Of course, enjoying good wines will not take anything away from all those pleasures! See our… Continue reading Guide to Various French Wine Making Regions

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The Best Non-Alcoholic Wines of 2021: The Good, the Great, and the Sparkling

Surely, most of us started 2021 with intentions to eat better, workout, and maybe cut back on the drinking a bit. But COVID-19 is lingering longer than we expected. As it turns out, nearly 1 in 3 Americans have admitted to drinking while working from home, nearly a fourth citing wine as their drink of… Continue reading The Best Non-Alcoholic Wines of 2021: The Good, the Great, and the Sparkling

How to Invest in Whisky: An Investment That Repeatedly Beats Out the Stock Market

Whisky has long been seen as a premium quality item with a rich and diverse heritage. While the perception of the ‘water of life’ hasn’t changed much, more and more high net worth individuals are seeing the varied opportunities to invest in the burgeoning whisky market with considerable results. Across the world, investors and collectors… Continue reading How to Invest in Whisky: An Investment That Repeatedly Beats Out the Stock Market

Non-Alcoholic Beers – What’s Best and What’s Tolerable

Until recently, drinkable non alcoholic beer was a bit of a misnomer. If anyone thought to drink it, most of the options tasted horrible. Non-alcoholic beverages (or NA as the in-crowd calls it) is hot and beer brands have risen to surging market demand. If you’re looking for a nice non-alcoholic beer to go with… Continue reading Non-Alcoholic Beers – What’s Best and What’s Tolerable

What’s In Store for Beverage Alcohol Category in 2021?

There are plenty of reasons to toast this new year after this last one. The outlook for retail sales of beer, wine and alcohol, a category affected by the dramatic market shifts of 2020, seems rather spirited. For one thing, the normalcy of dining out in bars and restaurants and gathering at large public events isn’t… Continue reading What’s In Store for Beverage Alcohol Category in 2021?

The Midwesterners Creating Their Own Natural Wine Scene

When Jill Mott returned home to Minneapolis after she received her sommelier certificate in Chicago in 2011, she wanted to change the city’s wine scene. She felt that, outside of Chicago, the Midwestern market for low-intervention wines lagged behind places like New York City and Los Angeles. “We needed to have these natural wines that I had in Chicago,… Continue reading The Midwesterners Creating Their Own Natural Wine Scene

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Editor’s pick: This Gourmet Vinegar Startup Wants to be the Ben & Jerry’s of Acids

Acid League’s gourmet vinegars can be used in salads, mains, desserts—and even as nonalcoholic stand-ins for wine. Serial entrepreneur and investor Scott Friedmann promised his family he wouldn’t launch another startup. But then he started to experiment with acid. Growing a range of fermentation trials in his basement with his culinary-inclined teenage son led Friedmann… Continue reading Editor’s pick: This Gourmet Vinegar Startup Wants to be the Ben & Jerry’s of Acids

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