Riedel Vinum Extreme Rosé Provence Glass, $69 for a set of two
An exquisite new way to enjoy rosé, just in time for summer…
These blends of rare old malt and grain whiskies elevate the art of blending to new heights…

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  8. Tasting Notes Apples, almonds, and rich vanilla, with a seductive herbaceous sweetness in the finish. Worth Knowing One of the most elegant of the new extra-añejo classification, this tequila is a...
  9. Tasting Notes A full-bodied blend bursting with toffee, heather, and vanilla. Worth Knowing A limited annual edition of approximately 1,000 bottles, this blend contains single malts from every...
  10. Tasting Notes Curry, lime, tarragon, and lots of smoke. Worth Knowing The smokiest of all Islay single malts, Ardbeg means “small headland” in Gaelic. For a cask-strength version, try Uigeadail at $...