How to Buy Delicious Sparkling Wine When You’re Broke AF
We had one of Brooklyn's most respected wine directors taste five of the cheapest wines money can buy to find out.
Light, floral, aromatic, with a crisp effervescence, batch this cocktail out and top it off with sparkling wine for your next party.
I Survived Solely on Sparkling Wine for a Weekend at the Chateau Marmont
My Chateau Marmont vibe is always, “Drink as much sparkling wine by the pool as possible," but I've got one secret that helps fuel me through delicious bottles of sparkling wine while dodging a seemingly steep bill.
Marissa A. Ross
Pour Some Fancy Champagne in Your Curry Tonight
This recipe from the masterminds behind LA's Badmaash combines cocktail shrimp with microwave rice and Cristal for one strangely delicious curry creation.
Britain Could Soon Have as Many Vineyards as Europe
Get ready to drink pinot grigio made in Newcastle.
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.
This Cocktail Tastes Like a Dream Vacation
The Prata Punch combines cachaça with violet syrup, strawberry purée, and a top-off of sparkling wine. Who needs a ticket to Rio de Janeiro when you can make this at home?
Pairing Wine with Thai Food Isn't as Hard as It Sounds
All food deserves the privilege of good wine. But when a cuisine doesn’t “grow up” with vino, the search for the right bottle gets trickier.
A Worrying Number of Brits Think Yorkshire Puddings Are from Scotland
A new survey has found that despite 91 percent of Brits describing themselves as “knowledgeable” about food, many fail to correctly answer basic culinary questions.
Apparently Drinking Three Glasses of Champagne a Week Is Good for Your Brain
New research from the University of Reading claims that drinking three glasses of Champagne a week can help prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
England Loves Wine So Much That It’s Making More of Its Own
Applications to open vineyards in England rose by more than 40 percent last year, and Brits are ready to show off their chops when it comes to winemaking—especially bubbly.
English Sparkling Wine Is the New Champagne
As the south of England’s climate begins replicate that of Champagne (cheers, global warming), English vineyards are producing internationally acclaimed sparkling wines.