Articles in Wine, Spirits & Cigars

Life’s finer things sometimes have dubious origins. Such is the case with Springbank Distillery’s...
Wine direct from the cellars of two prestigious winemakers will be featured in the Aulden Cellars-...
Adour Alain Ducasse at the St. Regis is named for the Adour River that flows through the southwest...
Martini aficionados take note: Conrad Hotels and Resorts invites guests behind the bar to become...
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The French Cognac house Hennessy has produced 100 examples of the $220,000, melted aluminum and...
Thanks in large part to the success of Napa Valley’s red wines at the famous 1976 Paris blind...
Ligero tobacco comes from the top leaves of a tobacco plant, which have the strongest flavor. Just...
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Ardmore, the single malt that lends Teacher’s Highland Cream blended Scotch its buttery and...
What happens when the world’s most renowned producer of gin teams up with an internationally...
The 2005 vintage presents a unique case in the recent history of winemaking: With few exceptions,...
You soon will be able to enjoy a wine-country experience without ever leaving San Francisco. At the...
Since négociant Camille Giroud established his eponymous label in 1865, the firm’s reputation has...
Dominican puros—cigars made entirely from Dominican tobacco—are rare, but their ranks include such...
Colum Egan, master distiller for Bushmills Irish Whiskey, remembers the instant he became...
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Maduro tobaccos are considered too thick and too costly to use for anything but wrapper leaf. Thus...
"When I Think of the most memorable times in our lives, it’s always centered on food and wine,"...
Tradition permeates the history of Laphroaig as thoroughly as peat smoke does the distillery’s...
The process of distilling Scotch whisky has not changed since the first drops trickled out of a...
Oscar Wilde once declared, "I have but the simplest taste—I am always satisfied with the best." Yet...
The G in the Saint Louis Rey Serie G Natural line stands for grande, and these Falstaffian cigars...

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