Articles in Wine, Spirits & Cigars

A package from Robb Report and Darioush is among the lots being offered at the three-day wine,...
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An expert’s guide to one of the most underappreciated beverages…
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Well Placed Owing to the concept of the rock-star winemaker, those who imbibe are more apt to...
The venerable Cognac house of Louis Royer has recently unveiled a remarkably old Grande Champagne...
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Smooth, bold, mellow, distinctive—just don’t call it bourbon…
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The Son of a fundamentalist preacher, Kermit Lynch found his calling in the pursuit of pleasure—and...
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The simple but balanced sidecar, perhaps the best-known Cognac-based libation, is widely believed...
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Scotch whisky was originally called uisge beatha, a Scottish Gaelic phrase meaning “water of life...
This triple-single-malt whisky is a first for Johnnie Walker…
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Batch 9 is just the third bottling to arrive stateside…
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Beneath the awning at the entrance to the Wellesley, a new boutique hotel built on the original...
Only 500 examples of this rare Dominican elixir are available…
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This single malt features a delightful French twist…
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The owners of vineyards sometimes exhibit personalities every bit as faceted as their wines....
The latest vintages from this boutique label command attention…
Bourbon cherries and bitters to enliven the common cocktail…
In my first morning at the Vines Resort and Spa in western Argentina, one of the property’s...
Since producing the world’s first commercially available absinthe in the early 19th century, Pernod...
Although Jim Beam popularized the term small-batch whiskey in the 1990s, the practice of distilling...

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