Articles in Wine, Spirits & Cigars

Say Cheese Whether it is blue or Banon, Gruyère or Gouda, each of the cheeses listed here melds...
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The 18 eaux-de-vie used for the Cognac were married in a barrel made from a 300-year-old oak tree…
Padrón Cigars celebrates its 50th anniversary with two new all-Nicaraguan releases. Padrón Cigars...
The second release from the Bacardi-owned brand leans on the experience of the French Cognac house...
Events are set for October in New York City and Los Angeles…
 Dom Pérignon unveils a radiant new wine amid Iceland’s frozen vistas.  As half a dozen helicopters...
This refined example of Mexico’s other spirit is only available in Mina’s 20 restaurants…
The 17th-century estate includes a Relais & Châteaux hotel, a Michelin-starred restaurant, and...
Taste a Villiage  Viticulture in Priorat, Spain, nearly came to an end when phylloxera ravaged its...
Thirty Robb Report Club members were invited to meet privately with Maurice Hennessy, an eighth-...
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Pop Art Late last year, Phillip Dunn took charge of one of the best restaurant wine cellars in...
Wine apps are becoming almost as essential as a corkscrew. Eric Levine caught the wine-collecting...
The Athenaeum Hotel enhances its famous whisky collection with a blend all its own.  Located on...
A blend of 82 different whiskies, this $4,000 scotch is complex and something to be cherished…
These five extra-añejo tequilas put their additonal time in the barrel to good use…
Unique wood and water sources are bringing renewed attention to Japan’s whiskey industry.
Red Bull  The harshest climates often give rise to the greatest splendors—at least in the realm of...
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The whisky maker is right on track with this blend named after a famous train…
Founded in 1692, Taylor Fladgate is not only one of the oldest port-wine houses but also one of the...
Like many in the cigar business, Carlos Fuente Jr. traces his lineage to Cuba. In 1912, his...

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