Eric Asimov features Greek wines recommending a “clean, precise and energetic” white, while Irene Virbila picks out “one of the best Californian rosés.”
American 90s pop band Hanson has officially launched its own beer brand to celebrate its 21st anniversary.
Burgundy topped the results at Acker Merrall & Condit’s New York sale and Christie’s Hong Kong auction last week.
On this day in 1976 California famously took on Bordeaux and Burgundy at the Judgement of Paris tasting.
Napa Valley’s winemakers have gathered for the first Winemakers Tasting, an event designed to satisfy the group’s desire to see vinous innovations and experimentations.
A new icicle-like gadget aims to put an end to warm and flat beer. The Chillsner from Corkcicle is an “in-bottle, drink-through beer chiller”.
From mysterious Scotch to a blended classic and from a new variation on a summer favourite to an oaked gin, a wide range of products have launched this month.
Producers in New York state’s Finger Lakes region are experimenting with styles and site specifics as their wines find a larger audience both at home and abroad.
The Institute of Masters of Wine has announced three new Masters of Wine in the US and Australia, including only the fourth-ever double Master.
The US laid down a firm challenge to traditional French supremacy as the International Wine & Spirit Competition unveiled its 2013 northern hemisphere wine results.
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