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Why Grower Champagne Should Be on Your Radar
Of all the wine classes I teach, Champagne remains my favorite subject.Students engage, eager to learn; the class feels like a casual conversation about artisans who inspire me.My presentation always includes a wine flight showcasing the differences between the two main types of Champagne producers one would likely find at their local wine shop: The large well-known maisons, or Grandes Marques, and grower producers.
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The Grinch Cocktail That Stole Christmas
Photography by Ali Redmond Move over, Negroni Sbagliato.Another viral cocktail is coming home for the holidays.TikTok creators are racking up the likes with their takes on the Grinch cocktail, a bright-green concoction that evokes the classic children's tale by Dr. Seuss.For proof, consider TikToker @nikkiakkers, whose green sugar-rimmed creation has pulled in more than 340K likes to date.
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What Drink Trends Will Reign Supreme in 2023? Our Predictions
Can anyone ever know the future?Nope.That won't keep us from trying to predict it, thoughespecially when it comes to drinks.With 2022 fast coming to a close, we asked a few forward-thinking experts to make educated guesses as to what the year ahead might hold for the spirits, cocktail and bar industries.
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Yule Love This: The 8 Best Rums for Eggnog
Ah, eggnog.Creamy, sweet and a pale golden hue, this drink is basically synonymous with Christmas.But the true star of this heady mixture of beaten eggs, sugar and cream or milk?The booze, of course.While traditional eggnog can be spiked with everything from bourbon to Sherry to brandy, rum is a particularly popular optionand for good reason.
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What does a 160-year old wine taste like? A historic event at Marques de Riscal has the answer
When Marques de Riscal produced its first wine in 1862, Americans were immersed in the Civil War and French writer Victor Hugo had just published Les Miserables.These milestones provide some perspective on the historic event that took place last September, when the Spanish winery opened three of the only 16 remaining bottles from that vintage to kick off a unique tasting that spanned three centuries and showed that history can also be told through a glass of wine.
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Where to drink natural wine in Brooklyn - Decanter
Home to various bars and restaurants, this bustling New York borough has something to offer every palate preference, with an insider's perspective.Check out 10 top places to drink natural wine in Kings County.447 Rogers Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225 & Sons Ham Bar is one of the newest - and most exciting - places to enjoy natural wine, especially if you're a big fan of ham.
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Wine of the week: McManis Petite Sirah 2020
Hi.This blog post is for subscribers only.To see what you're missing, click here.Posted in: $10 wine, A Featured Post, California wine, Red wine, Wine of the week, Wine reviews $10 wine, cheap wine, inexpensive wine, McManis, petite sirah, red wine, wine of the week, wine reviews
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Spices Offer New Twists on Classic Cocktails
You've bought craft spirits and artisanal bitters, stocked your bar cart with stirrers, shakers and citrus juicers.But when it's time to mix up cocktails, do you utilize your spice rack?Bitters, liqueurs, vermouths and other common cocktail ingredients are all made with spices, and are a great (and very easy) way to incorporate spice flavors in mixed drinks, says Ethan Frisch, co-founder of Burlap & Barrel, a New York City-based spice company.
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Portland Pizza Pop-Up No Saint Didn't Just Open a New Restaurant - It Opened Two
In two different quadrants of East Portland, married couple Gabriella Casabianca and Anthony Siccardi are sharing a slice of their East Coast Italian American heritage.Their pizza pop-up, No Saint, formerly took up residency in Dame; it gained a following among Portland's pantheon of pizzerias for its Sicilian-style square cut pizzas, framed with a sesame-studded crust.
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Dreaming of Snow? Try a White Christmas Cocktail
This vodka-based drink ups the ante with amaretto and heavy whipping cream, delivering boozy, melted ice cream vibes.
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It's Time to Upgrade Your Wine Glasses-And These Are the Absolute Best
Drinking wine is an art.Well, actually, we'll clarify that.Drinking wine correctly is an art.Wine is unlike any other alcoholic beverage in the sense that it is-and always will be-classy.(Sorry, beer, but it's just not the same.)Enjoying a nice bottle of vino can be empowering, invigorating, and when done in the right glass, superior to all else.