Articles in Wine, Spirits & Cigars

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Combining spirits of various ages requires as much care and dexterity of the blender as, say,...
Wine enthusiasts, mark your calendars for March 20: The date marks the Sotheby’s New York sale of...
Unlike many of his competitors, Rocky Patel and his namesake cigar company do not have a centuries...
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New premium distilled spirits seem to crop up as ubiquitously as some of the grains and herbs from...
The 1860s Genuine American Vodka instantly conjures up images of the American West with its...
Germán González, the longtime master distiller of the cult-favorite Chinaco tequila, has branched...
Without a doubt, Port Ellen is the rarest of Islay malts. Now referred to as a “ghost distillery...
RobbReport.com asks wine expert Christian Navarro, a partner in the renowned Wally’s Wine and...
Royal Lochnagar Selected Reserve ($210) will soon arrive on American shores, an event eagerly...
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Manuel Quesada remembers the day the Cuban government confiscated his family’s tobacco business—...
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That anything liquid should issue from Priorat seems to the first-time visitor an unlikely prospect...
THE GIFTThe world’s rarest collection of vintage Tuscan wines ever compiled, consisting of 1,800...
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THE GIFTSix boxes of Dunhill Selección Suprema Don Candido No. 505 pre-embargo Cuban cigars. Two...
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THE GIFTA private tour conducted by malt master Brian Kinsman and semi-retired malt master David...
Austria-based architect and interior designer Genco Berk put deep thought into his DeLight humidor...
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Winemaker Aaron Pott has come a long way from his first wines, which, he says, he began making in...
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Carlo Corazzo’s ancestors, from the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of Italy, began trading in Cuban...
The original La Aroma de Cuba, which hailed from Cuba in the 1940’s, has long been dormant. In 2002...
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How long has wine been a part of your life?I was born in Waco, Texas, but my father was a lover of...
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In many ways, Quinta do Vesuvio is the seat of fine winemaking in Portugal’s Douro Valley, the...

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