The way Bill Samuels Jr. tells it, his family had been making bourbon for seven generations when, in 1954, his father decided to create a whole new style of whiskey.
Traditions run deep in California’s wine country. But none runs as deep, or can be traced back so far, as that of the little known firm of Domaine Charbay.
In the fastidious orbits of the Parisian bon ton, where being from anywhere other than Paris marks one as a rustic, no region is considered more droll than that diminutive province clinging to the
We tend to associate old and rare spirits with small, obscure producers quietly meting out their precious nectar in enclaves of Scotland’s sprawling countryside.
One of the showcase apartments in New York’s new Time Warner Center includes a room dedicated to indulgence. Nestled among the clubby chairs are cabinets devoted to wine, liquor, and cigars.
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Terroir, like so many other French words, does not lend itself to direct English translation.
Napa Valley ReserveA banker. a real estate magnate. A shipyard owner. An actor and film director. A pilot.
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Elie Bleu (email@example.com) does not gamble when it comes to caring for cigars, but the venerable French hu
Bowmore 25 Year Old Single Malt
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Georgetown Tobacco, located, as its name suggests, in the Colonial neighb
Selecting a wine opener is a task that illustrates a universal dil
“James Bond stopped by the other day,” begins bartender Colin Field. “I asked him if I could please make him my vodkatini, which is neither shaken nor stirred.”
The Goldens’ Nantucket lightship will return to the island around the same time as the annual Nantucket Wine Festival, and both might have to contend with the fickle New England May weather.