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Some of our featured wineries have been reinvented by their new owners.

Don't forget to add these easy drinking wines to your holiday list from the first and largest winery in Israel.

Spain is synonymous with Tempranillo, though many wine lovers are unaware of this because of its numerous and confusing aliases. The best and most famous regions are Rioja and Ribera del Duero (where it is known as Tinto Fino and Tinto del Pais) but fine examples can be found from Toro (as Tinta de Toro), Valdepeñas (Cencibel), and the Penedes (Ojo de Llebre and Ull de Llebre).

A hilly corner of the Veneto in northern Italy was awarded Unesco World Heritage designation this past July, and odds are you are already familiar with it. It is the area known as Conegliano Valdobbiadene in the heart of Prosecco country.

From lean and mean to big and bold - Italian reds for fall drinking.

Premium single-note fruit purées and expertly-layered blends gives flawless consistency and endless creative opportunities behind the bar.

How will you be celebrating International Sherry week?

Bar managers must master the following tasks before they can properly hire and train their staff.

We start the late fall season with lots of bubbles for celebration, dark reds for contemplation.

Sicily. It is all about the the wine, the food, the farms, the people.

 

Start thinking Merlot when it comes to Tuscan wines!

Master Sommelier, Catherine Fallis, (aka grape goddess) details her top 10 Greek wine picks for Fall 2019.

Old Pulteney's 'Rise with Tide' campaign enlists surfers.

Garlic, Allium sativum, has a long past...surprisingly, it took until the first half of the twentieth century for the architects of American haute cuisine to embrace the timeless ingredient.

But don't miss two blockbusters, one from Tuscany and one from Sonoma.

Is your restaurant missing out on opportunities to profit from beer? Far too many operations offer a narrow range of beers that barely differ in flavor. Yet quality beer ranges as widely in style and is as food friendly as wine.

Every restaurant and home chef has a coveted tool that makes it easier to get the job done in the kitchen. After all, a well-honed chef’s knife or perfectly sized turner can make all the difference in the speed and efficacy in which your kitchen turns out food. Every now and then, a tool comes along that makes difficult kitchen tasks much more manageable. Nobody likes tearing up in the kitchen while handling a sharp knife. So when you are tasked with prepping onions for any recipe, Onion Goggles by RSVP International can literally save the day.

Character in a wine or spirit is hard to define, but you know it when you taste it.

An intro to Le Marche wine region and one of its top wine producers.

Aussie WIne Month goes on a six-U.S.-city trade roadshow to drive awareness of Australian fine wine.

The origins of American spirits in America featuring a taste of A. Smith Bowman's magical bourbon.

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. 

Just when you think you've tasted every Italian variety, Campagnia comes a-callin.'

Annual beverage conference features informative seminars and networking over great wines.