These Caffeine-spiked Gummy Bears Are Infused With Cold Brew Coffee

Thanks to Sugarfina, the luxury confectioner that brought us bourbon, tequila, and Champagne-flavored candies, there?s a new way of getting your morning caffeine fix.


Century-old Wine And Champagne Discovered In Shipwreck Off British Coast

Just off the southwest coast of Britain, 100 meters below sea level, lies a First World War merchant ship holding an extremely rare and valuable cargo.


Raising A Glass To Coq Au Vin, A ‘sublime French Country Classic’

Just like beef Bourguignon, its sister dish from the Burgundy region of France, coq au vin is an iconic combination of meat and wine. Find out more about the "French country classic."


We Asked 13 Somms: What’s Your Go-to Bargain Wine?

Great value wines are everywhere ? provided you know where to look. Find out what 13 sommeliers and restaurant professionals across the country drink when they're watching budgets.


Millercoors Bets Hulu Product Placements Are The Next Big Thing In Beer Advertising

MillerCoors is targeting Hulu subscribers with prominent Miller Lite placements in what's been described as Hulu's biggest brand integration ever.


Let’s All Say It Just Once: There’s Nothing Wrong With Liking Sweet Wine

Despite (or because of) America's well-documented sweet tooth, certain members of the wine community sniff at wines with perceptible residual sugar, alienating the consumers who like them. It's time w


‘do What’s Right,’ Says Maine Beer Company’s Dan Kleban

Former homebrewer Dan Kleban now creates award-winning IPAs and works toward environmental sustainability, legislative reform, and employee support. Learn more about Kleban in this interview!


The Doughnut-shaped, Savory Italian Wine Cookie Every Cheeseboard Needs

Taralli are crunchy little doughnut-shaped snacks originally hailing from Puglia, Italy, and perfect for cheeseboards, says certified cheese professional Christine Clark. Learn how to make them with t


What Do The Country’s Top Sommeliers Bring To A Byob Dinner?

On the restaurant floor, sommeliers have other masters than themselves: the food, the diner, the bottom line. When off the clock, what bottles do they open to impress, and why? Learn what the country'


7 Things You Should Know About Four Roses Bourbon

From master blending, to single-story stoarage, to treasured architecture, here are seven things you should know about Four Roses Bourbon.

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