Just as the phylloxera outbreak of the 1860s caused the French to switch from wine to Cognac with their meals, a few years ago some Parisi
The eponymous owner of Cliff Lede Vineyards in the Stags Leap District of the Napa Valley has an obvious passion for all things cultural.
The Macallan is pouring five of its rarest vintages—the 12 Year, 15 Year, 17 Year, 18 Year, and 21 Year—for an exclusive whisky tasting at
Wally’s Auction House will hold its inaugural New York auction, with more than $3 million worth of fine and rare wines, o
Louis Roederer has wrapped its Cristal 2002 jeroboam in 23 feet of hand-carved 24-karat-gold latticework ($25,000).
These sublime seasonal pours are sure to bring cheer to everyone on your holiday list.
Serve in high style with the latest barware.
Classic cocktail recipes inspire top mixologists to conjure contemporary versions that promise to spice up all manner of holiday festivities.
The 18th-century Swiss writer, composer, and philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote, “I have always said and felt that true enjoyment cannot be described.”
More than one media mogul has been cautioned to slow down and take a break from the industry.
Colin Field, the man widely known as the best bartender in the world, is mixing a drink.
This is my Lamborghini," says William Ballentine Jr.
The Flatiron Room, which has one of the most comprehensive whiskey selections in Manhattan, is paring down its 750-bottle
Casa Herradura, which invented the reposado category nearly four decades ago, recently reinvented the popular spirit with
A collection of 270 Champagnes dating from 1914 to 2004 will make their debut on November 13, when Sotheby’s London aucti
The old rule among oenophiles was that once you opened a decent bottle of wine or vintage port, you had to finish it within 24 hours befor
Rarely in the world of Cognac has history repeated itself so dramatically as with the discovery and introduction of Louis XIII
Scotch is the much-anticipated new whisky bar in the five-star Balmoral hotel that presents more than 400 varieties—singl
The American whiskey boom of recent years has prompted a good deal of experimentation.
It is well known that Kentucky’s master distillers are fiercely independent, each claiming that his bourbon is the best.