An iPad application called SmartCellar could possibly revolutionize the process of choosing wine in a restaurant.
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It's a long road from economic development consulting to craft distilling, but for Brian Ellison the transition has been seamless.
One of the key figures in the cocktail renaissance gives his views on the role of the bartender
Is there a Consititutional right to equally priced drinks? Self-style "anti-feminist lawyer" Roy Den Hollander thinks so.
As part of the current resurgence in classic cocktails, blender drinks are coming back.
Building on the estate inherited from his father, Giacomo Neri is turning out some of the best Brunello on the planet.
Increasingly, vintners are taking to the courts to protect their brand names.
After selling Etude to Beringer, Soter is making Pinot Noir in his home state.
Could moderate consumtion of alcohol actually contribute to longer life?
In a seemingly desperate attempt to sell some bottles, French winemakers are now willing to conduct a tasting at your house
The chain of custody is fraught with opportunities for wine to get ruined.
Adhering to tradition, a young Mosel winemaker crafts wines that reveal a sense of place
Low in alcohol and slightly effervescent, Vinho Verde offers luscious citrus flavors and brilliant acidity
A tsunami of fake Pinot Noir is coming from the south of France
Airlines are trying to outdo each other in their selection of designer cocktails at 30,000 feet
Bordeaux producers are scrambling to make their wines more appealing to a new generation. Are they on the right track?
In Pennsylvania, state-owned machines are analyzing your breath. What's next?
69% of olive oils sold as Extra Virgin don't meet USDA standards. What's a consumer to do?
The gospel according to Whom?
Do women really have a more highly developed sensory apparatus, or are they simply able to suspend judgement longer than men?