Breaking West Virginia’s New Sunday Liquor Law

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) – The 2020 Senate Bill went into effect Wednesday, which means customers in Mountain State can legally purchase alcohol as early as 6 a.m. on Sunday. Gig Robinson of the West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Administration says the idea behind the new law is to make the …

Read More »

Lee-Fendall House tells the story of the cocktail

Alexandria, Virginia – The Lee-Fendall House Museum celebrated the origins and history of the humble yet powerful cocktail at a fun event over the weekend called Cocktail Chronicles, which focused on the golden age of the cocktail, from the 1860s to the 1920s. The event included a silent auction of …

Read More »

Alcohol, wine and heart disease

Posted on Sep 27, 2021 | Author DR. FIAZ FAZILI Medical myths are part of our daily life. Everyone knows them, but only a few realize that the risks outweigh the benefits. Lately, a lot of interest has been generated between alcohol consumption and heart disease. Numerous articles were published …

Read More »

Wine and Beverage Coolers Market size, increasing diversity of trends, analysis, future scope analysis with major key industry players by 2025

The updated report of Wine and Beverage Cooler Market Size incorporates all crucial aspects, such as predominant trends, growth drivers, and challenges influencing the industry’s trajectory with respect to geographic bifurcation and competitive landscape. Further, it sheds light on the sizes and shares of market segments, including product landscape and …

Read More »

The Manor of Fancourt

With its picturesque landscape of mountains and oceans, South Africa’s Garden Route attracts dreamers and romantics from all over the world. The Outeniqua Pass winds dramatically through the mountains before settling in George below. Here you will find the internationally renowned Fancourt Golf and Leisure Estate which has hosted people …

Read More »

4 ways to celebrate the harvest season this fall

Celebrate the bounty of the vineyard with a party centered around a selection of wines from local stores. Every fall, wineries across the country harvest the bounty of their vines. It’s an exciting time of year that celebrates everything grape-related, from the first crushing to the final bottling. With that …

Read More »

The Dalmore Decades No 6 collection

Grain lovers will know that one of the paragons of luxury whiskey is The Dalmore, a Scottish label with over 180 years of history that takes the proud stag’s head as its symbol. Literally and metaphorically, decades of craftsmanship, culture and craftsmanship have been distilled into this one-of-a-kind version: The …

Read More »

Penfolds Wines Launches Limited Edition Record Player

Penfolds 70th Anniversary Barn Record Player. Penfolds Winery, founded in Adelaide, Australia, in 1844, unveiled a limited-edition record player console to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Max Schubert’s Grange wines. In 1948, Schubert became Penfolds’ first chief winemaker. A loyal entrepreneur and true innovator, Schubert will propel Penfolds onto the …

Read More »

Christy Carlson Romano talks about binge drinking

Former Disney star Christy Carlson Romano talks about the alcohol that “almost ruined” her life after the end of “Even Stevens” in 2003. In a Youtube video Posted on her channel on Tuesday, Romano, 37, revealed she started drinking excessively at the age of 16 to help cope with feelings …

Read More »

Stay at the Parmelia Hilton

Treat yourself to a luxurious city break with Parmelia Hilton Perth Nestled in the heart of Perth, a world of class and a touch of luxury awaits you at the Parmelia Hilton on Mill Street. Everything ready for my first stay here, I walked into the lobby and was instantly …

Read More »

Increase the federal excise tax on alcohol

To help pay for a proposed $ 3.5 trillion spending package, some congressional Democrats have suggested increasing the current tax on cigarettes and other products containing nicotine. It is promising to see a willingness to use the necessary income measures to reduce demand for products that generate huge social costs. …

Read More »

The most romantic hotels for couples

Courtesy of Origins Lodge Escape from everyday life together, whether on vacation or on honeymoon, is a chance to recharge and rejuvenate. Maybe what starts your fire is a tent camp in the wild or a beach bungalow on a private island? Or maybe a multi-story hotel in a dreamy …

Read More »

Rice Wine Market Increases Demand With Major Players

Rice wine market The latest market research published on the Global Rice Wine Market provides insight into the current market dynamics in the rice wine space, as well as what survey respondents – all policymakers in the world ‘Outsourcing – predict the market what will look like in 2027. The …

Read More »

Wine Thermometer Market Size 2021 and Forecast to 2028

Sample download request Request a discount Company Profile New Jersey, United States, – Wine Thermometers market report provides information on market size, share, trends, growth, cost structure, competitive landscape in the global market, market drivers, challenges and opportunities , capacity, revenue and forecast 2026. This report also includes the full …

Read More »

Vintage Wine Estates, Inc. Announces COO Succession Plan | national

SANTA ROSA, California, September 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Vintage Wine Estates, Inc. (NASDAQ: VWE) (TSX: VWE.U) (TSX: VWE.WT.U) (“VWE” or the “Company” ), one of America’s fastest growing wine producers with a leading direct-to-customer sales platform, today announced the succession plan for its Chief Operating Officer (COO). Russell G. …

Read More »

How local wineries survived the pandemic

Three Sticks Wines in downtown Sonoma closed its tasting location, The Adobe, on March 1, 2020, by order of Governor Gavin Newsom statewide. “We knew we had to be in constant contact with people, those we already knew and those who were looking for something new. We have been fortunate …

Read More »

Notes from the Planning Commission: September 15 meeting

All the commissioners were present. Beer world: The conditional use permit application for a Type 47 ABC (Alcoholic Beverage Control) license by Bijalkumar Patel & Dhaval Panchal and property owner Carlo Terranova was continued until November 17 at the request of the applicant. The CUP approval would allow “World of …

Read More »

Banfi: America’s Gift to Italian Wine

Traditionally, Italians have emigrated to the United States, but for a New York family, that’s another story. Cristina Mariani-May is the daughter of John Mariani, who together with her brother Harry founded the Banfi wine brand in the 1970s with the purchase of the former Poggio alle Mura estate in …

Read More »

6 fabulous boutique hotels in Mykonos and Santorini

The allure of the Greek islands captivates travelers from all over the world. Greece welcomes around 30 million international visitors each year, many of them heading to the Greek Islands. There are 227 of the 6,000 inhabited islands that dot the Aegean and Ionian Seas, and two of the most …

Read More »

Editorial: The deadly drink | Opinion

We have spoken out against the scourge of methamphetamine use many times on this page and will do so again. It’s a devilish concoction. But it’s a more traditionally acceptable substance that we’re focusing on this time around. Alcohol can be a social lubricant, a relaxing hat at the end …

Read More »

Why you should fall for grape juice

Newsletter: FT Weekend Get weekend inspiration with the best of life, arts and culture. Delivered every Saturday morning. I was at a wine tasting for trendy sommeliers in east London when I first came across grape juice from Austrian winery Nibiru. “We sell a lot,” said Nicolas Rizzi, founder of …

Read More »

Caroline Styne’s Canned Wine Selections

Caroline Styne is co-owner and wine director of the Lucca restaurant group and wine director of Hollywood Bowl Food & Wine. “There are definitely wines that you wouldn’t want, like good Bordeaux, Cabernet Sauvignon, some Italian red wines, vintage Champagnes and Burgundy,” says Caroline Styne. “These top-of-the-range wines have the …

Read More »

Alcohol tax revenues increase during pandemic

Tax Facts by the Wisconsin Policy Forum State excise tax revenue from the sale of alcoholic beverages increased nearly 17% in fiscal 2021, an annual increase that exceeds any seen for nearly five decades in Wisconsin. While the impact of the pandemic on alcohol use is difficult to assess, this …

Read More »

Wine Spectator Foundation Donates $ 10 Million to Napa Valley College | Local News

The foundation, established in 1982, has donated more than $ 20 million in grants and scholarships, including support for students at UC Davis and programs at Sonoma State University, Washington State, Cornell University and the Culinary Institute of America. Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} Earlier …

Read More »

A Mediterranean oasis in Santorini

A place of tempting beauty and tranquility, Andronis Concept is a Mediterranean oasis dedicated to well-being. At Andronis Concept, an Andronis hotel, well-being is about letting customers interpret the concept as they see fit. For some guests, wellness means morning hikes, yoga classes, and a private cooking class while for …

Read More »

Friday Sip: a new world of alcohol-free options

Looking to relax and enjoy the last days of summer with something alcohol-free? There has been a real transformation in the world of soft drinks. Craftsmen, mixologists and scientists have gone far beyond sweet “fake wines” and watery non-alcoholic beers. There is now a plentiful selection of zero-proof drinks that …

Read More »

Vintage Wine Estates joins ind

SANTA ROSA, California, September 17, 2021 SANTA ROSA, California, September 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – For the first time, more than 40 leaders in wine production and marketing around the world have joined forces to accelerate action as sustainability challenges escalate. The new Sustainable Wine Roundtable (SWR) is a …

Read More »

Cider Time – Flathead Beacon

The autumn weather continues the slow march in September. The morning is cool and the leaves are starting to turn. The apple harvest has started in the valley and some local cider production for small producers. Cider is now produced throughout the year for many cider houses. Right now is …

Read More »

Jewelry retailers offer hospitality in creative ways

HHOSPITALITY DURING COVID-time has at times been limited to bottled water, a spritz of hand sanitizer, and a free mask. After that, a large-scale event can sometimes seem like an unattainable dream. But retail jewelers are a resourceful bunch who realize the importance of a warm welcome, no matter the …

Read More »

Sadie Family Wines Old Vine Series 2020

The high regard rightly accorded to the wines of the Sadie family on almost all sides makes it difficult to impartially evaluate the wines from this winery, but is a problem nonetheless. The 2020 vintage of the Old Vine Series has been available for some time now and it has …

Read More »

Moët workers go on strike

Industrial disputes, fantastic auctions and vine dogs – this week’s roundup has something for everyone. It’s been a curious week for the news, with President Biden’s approval ratings plummeting as the Queen finds out what her funeral will look like and no disruption to hostilities between the two sides in …

Read More »

How to spend 24 splendid hours in South Park

Enjoy a weekend adventure in one of San Diego’s charming urban neighborhoods that’s home to over 70 small businesses, great views, great times, and great food. Despite being over 100 years old, the tree-lined neighborhood of South Park is cool and hip, with vibrant street art. Spend the day munching …

Read More »

Paso Robles: let there be lights and journeys

From the delayed gratuity files comes our story of a journey to friend Paso Robles, originally scheduled for early March 2020 but postponed pandemically as normal life fell into its forced hiatus. Surveying options for a 36-hour close encounter with Santa Barbara model, Paso (officially El Paso de Robles) is …

Read More »

Spanish winegrowers adapt to climate change

The effects of climate change are pushing Spanish wine growers to plant grapes at higher altitudes. For more than a century, Joaquin Gay’s family of Montella Estany have produced wine in the Spanish Mediterranean region of Catalonia, but the effects of climate change have pushed them to seek higher land. …

Read More »

Exploring San Diego: Labor Day Weekend

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – It’s Labor Day weekend, San Diego! Celebrate a once-in-a-lifetime theatrical experience before it changes forever as the world’s oldest film projector is decommissioned at the Fleet Science Center. Vintage lovers, retro rebels and flea market fans, get ready because the vintage San Diego flea market is …

Read More »

What to say about Israel’s kosher food oversight reform?

Israel’s Minister of Religious Affairs has introduced sweeping reforms in the oversight of the country’s kosher food. Under the current system, all foods, to receive kosher certification, require the Chief Rabbinate seal of approval. As part of the proposed reform, several rabbinical organizations will be authorized to provide oversight services …

Read More »

In Defense of the Terroir – Wine Industry Advisor

Advertising –Randy Caparoso Does the wine terroir no longer exists ? This is a valid question, even if it is stupid. Sure, terroir exist. If not, entire belief systems rest on the premise that terroir explains not only sensory differences, but also quality distinctions, as in the Grands Crus classification, …

Read More »

His Los Angeles mansion revealed!

Former Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has listed his home in Bloomfield Hills, MI for $ 6.2 million in 2020. Stafford and his wife recently moved to California and purchased a sprawling 15,000 square foot mega mansion for $ 19.6 million. Stafford’s $ 135 million contract with the Lions in …

Read More »