Netflix's 'Wine Country' Praises Cracking One Open with the Girls
Hold on to your chardonnay, because we're going full Wine Mom.
Steakhouse Accidentally Serves $5,700 Wine to Guest Who Ordered Waaaay Cheaper Bottle
The diner had ordered a more budget-friendly bottle, but was served the pricey Le Pin Pomerol 2001 after a label mix-up.
Man Imprisoned for Drunk Driving Says His Body Actually Turns Food into Alcohol
Surprisingly, there's legitimate science to back it up.
Farro and Asparagus Risotto Recipe
A risotto for springtime, with a bit more bite.
Cool It on the Wine, Public Health Officials Urge French People
“Quoi, just two glasses?” wrote the news service France 24.
Food and Drink Bigwigs Among Parents Indicted on College Admissions Scandal
The named defendants include a vineyard owner, a liquor CEO, and a 'food and beverage packaging' exec.
Research Says If You're a Republican, You Probably Like Keystone Light and Michelob Ultra
Plus, Democrats are a bunch of white wine drunks.
These Weird Booze-Knockoff Flavored Wines Are Showing Up in Gas Stations
Despite the products’ deceptive packaging, they don’t contain any vodka, bourbon, tequila, or gin.
The Future of Wine Might Be Flat Plastic Bottles
Flat bottles are lighter and fit more per carton than standard bottles, making shipping more sustainable.
Australian Restaurant Allegedly Surprises Customer with $6,000 in Corkage Fees
If the claim is true, the AUS $1,000 ($720 USD) per-bottle corkage fee would be the most expensive in the world.
How a Creepy Red Wine Called The Prisoner Became Napa Valley's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit'
The 18-year-old cult wine brand's new tasting room has vibrating skeletons, bondage pottery, and some pretty damn good wine, too.
The Moldovian Winery That Serves the Nearly-Forgotten Food of Gagauzia
There's a quiet pseudo-state contained within Moldova’s borders: Gagauzia, an autonomous region with its own people, culture, language, and cuisine.