How To Build Your Own Virtual Wine Tour On Google Earth

Thanks to the internet, you can peruse some of the most iconic vineyards and winery estates on the planet, right from home.

 

5 Perfect American Pinot Noir And Pasta Pairings

Pinot noir pairs well with a wide range of food and flavors, which is why pasta is a no-brainer.

 
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What Is Cristalino Tequila, And Why Should You Care?

Cristalino tequila, while not new, is gaining traction. Expressions have been released by 1800, Cazadores, El Mayor, and Cenote, joining Hornitos, Herradura, and Don Julio.

 

The Best Whiskies For Whiskey Sours, According To Bartenders

Tart, sweet, slightly smoky, and endlessly refreshing, the whiskey sour remains an American cocktail classic for good reason.

 
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10 Best Tequilas (and 2 Mezcals) For Margaritas

When it comes to happy-hour MVPs, there is possibly no beverage with a stronger claim to the title than the margarita.

 

6 Must-try Irish Spirits That Aren’t Irish Whiskies

While whiskey undoubtedly reigns supreme among the Emerald Isle?s hard-liquor offerings, Irish distillers have plenty of other well-crafted spirits to offer.

 
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Mount Gay Rum’s Master Blender Unveils New Blends For 2020

Trudiann Branker, Mount Gay Rum's new master blender, is taking bold strides to make her mark on the brand.

 

Monkey 47 Brings Its Special Distiller’s Cut Line Stateside

Tucked away in the idyllic and verdant mountains of southwestern Germany, Monkey 47 has been producing top-notch gin (Schwarzwald Dry Gin) for over a decade now.

 

6 Of The Best Chocolate-infused Beers

Chocolate and malt are a match made in heaven, exemplified through these fantastic Valentine's Day-friendly dark beers.

 

The 9 International Vermouths You Need To Know – The Manual

Vermouth got its start in Turin, Italy before the French started to steal their thunder. Over time, the Italians perfected the sweet red (rosso) vermouth while the French excelled at creating dry, whi

 
 
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