Robb Report Host Guide

  • The Editors

An understanding and appreciation of the art of entertaining is the hallmark of a civilized society, and for the most discriminating individuals, entertaining is as much a statement of personal standards as it is a social obligation. The choice of cuisine, spirits, and wines is a reflection of taste and personality—as well as of the esteem in which guests are held. With that in mind, we offer the following selections, recommendations, and advice for bringing a sense of finesse and fun to the party.

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Club members celebrated the release of the Cognac at the Surrey hotel in in Manhattan…
A new generation of imbibers has flocked to the lighter taste of grain whisky…
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The bottles from the $6 million worth of barrels sold will be available in as soon as one year…
Because it is not aged entirely in new American oak barrels, the whiskey is not technically bourbon…
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Though banking, land, and vines have occupied Florence’s Frescobaldi family for more than 700 years...
A limited-edition release from Legacy Brands that gets its name from the Spanish word for “turtle...
The growing retro-cocktail trend is putting gin back in the spotlight…
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Jim Clendenen has been preaching the benefits of restraint and balance for decades...
The lots from the private auction become available through the retailers and restaurateurs bidding…
More than 60 exclusive treasures and experiences will cross the block…