Scotch whisky was originally called uisge beatha, a Scottish Gaelic phrase meaning “water of life.”
It stands to reason that Johnnie Walker’s master blender, Jim Beveridge would have quite a challenge if he wanted to select just three of these casks from which to make a superpremium, super-refined vatting.
David Stewart, the longest-reigning malt master in Scotland, has been with the Balvenie for over 50 years, so he knows the Speyside distillery like few others.
Since its founding in 1888 by Don Andrés Brugal Montaner, Brugal has been making some of the world’s finest rums.
As the head of distilling and whisky creation for Glenmorangie, Bill Lumsden has been responsible for some extraordinary
The owners of vineyards sometimes exhibit personalities every bit as faceted as their wines.
Imbibing Friday-evening cocktails (especially after a week of deadlines) has become a cherished editorial practice here at the Robb Re
Since producing the world’s first commercially available absinthe in the early 19th century, Pernod has become practically synonymous with
The Mondavi family’s winemaking legacy began in 1943, when Rosa and Cesare Mondavi purchased the Charles Krug winery.
One of the most festive sounds in the world is the pop of a Champagne cork.