2018 was deemed by many to be the "Year of the Woman." Women spoke up. Women took office. Women excelled. So, today (and really every day) we raise a glass in celebration of women.
It has finally happened. Mean Girls fanatics rejoice, because October 3rd falls on a Wednesday this year- which means if you aren’t drinking pink, you can’t sit with us. To honor this occasion, we’ve paired some totally grool grub with pink drinks to celebrate the day.
There is really no greater pleasure than opening a bottle of fine French Champagne. The 'ppffut' sound made from twisting out the cork. Watching the bubbles rise in the glass to form a perfect mousse.
Raise your glass if you agree that 2017 was a doozy. Perhaps not as utterly shocking as 2016, but a doozy all the same.
Now more than ever, food (and beverage) photography is prominent in the lives of many. From everyday breakfast selfies, to ornate and elaborate feasts, the documentation of food well made is of the utmost importance to people.
When it comes to weekend brunches, no midday meal is complete without a mimosa. After all, it’s the freaking weekend, and it’s time to have some fun. So sleep in.
When Valentine's Day has come and gone, you could find yourself in a bit of a conundrum. After a night of eating and celebrating with your loved one you might find yourself with some leftover bubbly and unlike wine, you can't recork it and save it for later.
The Big Game is coming up. This Sunday, in fact. The Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos, and regardless of which team you're rooting for, you need the drinks to fuel the party. Here are three suggestions for every palate.
To all the many thousands of loyal readers of my blog who are stressing out over what to get me for Christmas, relax. My gift will be the easiest one you buy for anyone…just give me a bottle of wine. Wine? You’re probably thinking, “I can’t give a bottle of wine to someone who works in the wine industry! What if he doesn’t like it? He probably has all the wine he needs or wants anyway!"
I can say almost without exception that wine lovers never have too much wine. I’m proud to say I do my personal best to inch up the per capita consumption in the U.S. every year. As far as not liking your choice of wine, don’t worry about that either. Wine is one of the easiest things to re-gift.
OK, now for some suggestions. Since I’m an Italian wine lover why not give me something you know I will like. You don’t have to be limited to any particular type or style… I can find an occasion to drink just about anything.