It’s been said that you can tell the mood of a chef by eating his or her food. Similarly, it’s been argued that winemakers and their wines resemble one another. In the case of restaurant staffs, the attitudes of managers are reflected in the demeanor of employees under them.

The Russian River Valley (RRV), one of California’s cool grape-growing areas, is a hot place to make wine, especially Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. 

Wine flour can add flavor, color and nutrients to your culinary concoctions.

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Regatta Craft Mixers, a full range of premium mixers, is proud to announce the brand has been awarded two Double Gold and one Gold Medal at this year’s prestigious SIP Awards, the industry’s only international competition judged exclusively by consumers.

Brockmans Gin is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Brockmans World Gin Day competition, a contest to find the world’s favorite #Brocktail created using the ‘gin like no other’. This year’s competition attracted a record 273 entries from bars in 18 countries around the world.

Sbragia Family Vineyards winemaker Adam Sbragia continues his family’s legacy in Dry Creek Valley, launching his own brand, Home Field Red Blend.

Few alcoholic beverages are as intimately associated with one country as sake is with Japan. Nihonshu, or “Japanese sake,” became a protected term internationally only in 2015; before that, it hardly seemed necessary. Hard on its heels, the prefecture of Yamagata became recognized as a “geographical indication” on labels for particular sakes the following year. This is the same sort of World Trade Organization recognition that requires a wine labeled Bordeaux to hail from that region of France, and it presupposes that sakes from a given region should share a recognizable taste, quality, or character. Do they?

 

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