Articles in Wine, Spirits & Cigars

With the prowess to impart rich, creamy, fruity nuances to Scotch whisky during the aging process...
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Founded in 1811, Epernay-based Perrier-Jouët has always taken a progressive, forward-thinking...
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son dates to 1760, making it one of Champagne’s oldest grande marque houses. An early owner, Jean-...
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Although its inaugural wine was released to collectors only late last year, Dana Estates has deep...
A Kentucky Derby without a mint julep is like a thoroughbred without a jockey, and for this year’s...
Honduran cigars are notably meaty, but that simile can encompass everything from a flank steak to a...
Belvedere Vodka unveiled the newest iteration of its classic spirit last February with the launch...
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Sports teams have their mascots, but few wines do. One exception is Howell at the Moon, a Napa...
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At an early age, Michael Mondavi learned from his grandfather Cesare to listen to vineyards. He...
Sir Winston Churchill was often thought of as a bulldog and a lion?anything but mild. Yet the...
When brothers Mike and Joe Chiusano introduced their Cusano 59 Rare Cameroon in 2008, it was...
Scapa malt whisky is reaping the benefits of some aging whisky stocks found in its cellars. Scapa...
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Although Quinta do Vallado was founded by the Ferreira family in 1716 and served as the primary...
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While students of military history define a tercio as a 15th-century battle formation in which...
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Jayson Woodbridge inhabits a world quite apart from our own. One senses this upon entering the...
Davidoff is renowned for its adherence to perfection, which is personified in the limited-edition...
Distilled from fresh cane juice, cachaça—the national spirit of Brazil—is naturally sweet and...
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Beer, wine, spirits—you name it, Michael Sherwood can brew, ferment, or distill it. (He also knows...
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As Wolfgang Puck makes his customary evening rounds of the dining room at Spago in Beverly Hills,...
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Though the first winery in Napa Valley’s Stags Leap District opened its doors in 1878, California’s...

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