They Did Surgery on a Grape
They did surgery on a grape.
BREAKING: You Can Make Wine in Your Instant Pot
Some dude went full Jesus with America's hottest kitchen appliance.
The MUNCHIES Guide to Sneaking Alcohol into Music Festivals
If you've never hidden a bottle of liquor in a hollowed-out loaf of bread or injected grapes with wine, your alcohol-smuggling game just isn't up to par.
IKEA Investigates Bowl That Lit Man's Grapes on Fire
Just where is man to turn when his trusted Blanda Blank stabs him in the back?
Winston Churchill's Favorite Bulgarian Wine Tastes Like Cigarettes
My first taste of Melnik red wine hit like a dagger, reminiscent of stale smoke. Ensuing sips were no easier.
Meet the Bartender Making Wine Without Grapes or a Vineyard
Ryan Chetiyawardana of London’s White Lyan cocktail bar is making his own “wine” by fermenting herbs, tea, and fruit into an alcoholic drink that mimics the flavours of reds and whites—without grapes.
Making Pinot Noir Requires Back-Breaking Work
Every day, I watched as men and women knelt on the ground and picked the grapes. The strongest workers transported the harvest on their backs.
How Climate Change Will Completely Transform Wine as We Know It
As the planet warms, time-honored wine-producing regions are becoming inhospitable to classic grape varietals. Forget France: Iceland and the Yukon might be the appellations of the future.
We Talked to the Inventor of the 'Magic Wand' That Makes Wine Hangovers Disappear
We spoke to the makers of 'The Wand' about hangovers, the sulfites controversy, and how this product might change the way we drink.
Why China Blasted Grapes Into Space to Save Its Wine Industry
To make better wine on earth, China recently launched Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Pinot Noir grape vines into space aboard the Tiangong-2.
Meet the Winemaker Who Wants Us to Love Grappa
Grappa, the Italian liquor made from leftover grape skins, is usually associated with holiday-ruining hangovers—something Devon winemaker Cosmo Caddy wants to change. “Our grappa is more refined than the stuff you’ve had on ski trips,” he says.
France Is Expected to Produce 10 Percent Less Wine This Year
Unseasonable springtime weather means that French wine production is expected to be down by 10 percent compared to last year’s harvest.