You know prosecco but what about all the other Italian sparkling wines out there? Here we cover the six major types of Italian sparkling wine so you’ll be in the know during your next trip to Italy.
Tips, recipes, and stories all about drinks in California, Hawaii, Italy, France, Spain, and Mexico.
Mezcal, tequila’s smokier, older cousin, has recently seen a revival in the U.S. But what is mezcal, and why does it taste so different from tequila?
The holiday party detail that separates the women from the girls? Having a spread of chic homemade appetizers that are elegant but oh-so-easy to prepare. Here are more than 30 recipes that are relatively healthy, fit a variety of diets, and perfect for various seasons and occasions.
With the recent rise in admiration for Mexican wines, Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California Norte is becoming one of the country’s most well-known wine regions. Learn about the region’s history and its wines.
It’s always a good time for a food and wine party! Here are our essential tips for you to make it a success!
Ever asked yourself, what is the difference between tequila and mezcal? As far as Mexican spirits go, most people immediately think of tequila, which makes sense but mezcal is very much a close second. Here’s everything you need to know about mezcal.
There are a lot of stressors during the holidays — rowdy relatives, long shopping lines, new recipes — and we can’t help with all of it. But we can help relieve any angst on the food and wine front with these our top tips for food and wine pairings.
California’s Sierra Foothills are known as the epicenter of the Gold Rush. But the area has also been home to wine grapes since the early 1800’s, but that’s just the beginning. Discover the story behind the wines and the region.