When the Gordon brothers planted their first vineyards in Columbia Valley in 1980, there were just 19 wineries in the State and 5,000 acres of vines planted.
A Canadian beverage company is set to launch a new protein-filled ale marketed as a post workout sports drink.
Dave McIntyre recommends an “earthy” Tannat from Uruguay, while Michael Dresser highlights a “luxurious” Port favoured by former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
From Krug to Moët and Boërl & Kroff, here are the world’s top 10 most expensive single bottles of Champagne.
Sales of Bourbon are booming in London bars and restaurants, fuelled by a spike in American-themed new openings in the capital.
A new tasting event launched by a UK wine merchant is set to bring some of California’s “most exciting” winemakers to the capital for one day only.
High school students are set to get an early education in vinification thanks to a $50,000 grant to plant a four-acre vineyard on their school’s grounds.
A hangover does not deter people reaching for a drink a new study has found, raising questions about better ways to deter problem drinkers.
Brandon Hernández picks a black IPA described as a “pint glass filled with freshly shorn pine needles”, while Nick Anderson recommends a Grand Cru American ale from California’s north coast.
For the first time in its 12-year history women have been invited to take part in the Napa Valley Grapegrowers’ pruning competition.
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