It is an affectation of some gentlemen vintners to refer to themselves as simple farmers.
Every year since 2001, Avo Cigars founder Avo Uvezian has celebrated his birthday by creating a limited-edition smoke.
It was not quite as dramatic as the flap of an insect’s wings in Brazil setting off a tornado in Texas, but Charles Tobias was involved in his own version of the butterfly effect.
Burgundy’s sobriquet, the "king of wines," is not entirely figurative: Many of the region’s choicest vineyards belonged to French noblemen and, in some cases, crowned heads.
Romanée-Conti: The name rolls off the tongue almost as deliciously as the domaine’s liquid masterpieces roll onto it.
The concept of aging well in Napa Valley applies to more than just the region’s wines.
Although the Por Larrañaga cigar brand dates to the 1830s, it has remained relatively obscure.
Brazil’s national spirit, the sugarcane-derived cachaça, is the third-most-imbibed distillate in the world (behind vodka and soju).
Colgin 2004 IX Estate Syrah Napa Valley
Tenuta dell’Ornellaia 2004 Masseto, Toscana
Louis Roederer 1999 Cristal Rosé Champagne
The Trimbach family has owned Clos Sainte-Hune in the Alsace region of France for more than 200 years, but the Trimbachs did not produce a single-vineyard wine from its yields until 1919.
The high-tension sport of racecar driving would seem to have little to do with the art of transforming humble grapes into wine sufficiently tantalizing to seduce the nose and palate of even the mo
Aubert 2004 Chardonnay Sonoma Coast Lauren Vineyard
Sir Peter Michael’s California adventure began quite by accident.
Bowmore 1968 37 Year Old Islay Malt
Le Corton—a lieu-dit near the top of the grand cru slope of the mountain of Corton, at the northern end of the Côte de Beaune—produces some of the most supple, complex red wines in Burgun
Avignonesi 1994 Vin Santo di Toscana Occhio di Pernice
Delamain Cognac Extra (www.delamain-cognac.com, $320) is a blend of Grande Champagne Cognacs sourced from grower-dist
In 1989, British wine writer Hugh Johnson and friends formed the Royal Tokaji Wine Company to revive and restore to glory the Hungarian wine once revered by Louis XIV, Catherine the Great, and oth