Just when you thought rosé couldn’t get any more fun, a new beverage appears on the scene: the rosé wine pouch. Childhood nostalgia meets summer’s favorite adult beverage with Electric Rosé, the portable, corkscrew-free pouch ready to be thrown into a purse or backpack for rosé on the go.
This season on “The Bachelorette,” Rachel Lindsay is taking the finalists to the fantasy suite destination of our dreams: Rioja, Spain. According to Rachel, the Rioja region is the perfect place for falling in love, and honestly, we couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Rachel’s bachelorette journey in Rioja took her to wineries, villas, and monasteries.
Earlier this year at the International Wine Challenge, the German grocery store Aldi shocked the world. It’s $8 rosé won silver at the International Wine Challenge’s Great Value Awards. Now Aldi is at it again, only this time it’s taking over the liquor space with a $13 gin. The brand’s Oliver Cromwell London Dry Gin won a gold medal at the International Wine and Spirits Challenge, the Independent reports.
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Johnnie Walker’s Striding Man logo is perhaps as iconic as the Scotch itself. But if you’ve ever spent a long evening in the company of one of these bottles and the amber liquid they contain, you may have at one point during the night wondered how exactly this purposeful, flamboyant individual came to emboss your liquor bottle. We certainly wondered, and a recent visit to the Johnnie Walker archives in Menstrie, Scotland provided the answer.
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To get to the most extreme winemaking region in Spain, you’ll have to travel a bit farther south than the country’s mainland – just off the coast of southern Morocco, to be exact. It’s here that the volcanic archipelago of the Canary Islands, or Las Canarias, sprung up over the course of several million years and became home to some of Europe’s oldest vines.
One of our life goals is to have enough space to have our own home bar – alas New York City living doesn’t readily allow for that – but if we did have the space, we’re pretty certain we’d want a bar like the one build by a redditor who goes by the name ”the passion of the Chris.” Mr.
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We all have college regrets. One Friday night, my best friend and I swore that we were going to stay in and watch movies instead of going out to the bars. But after being coerced (screamed at over FaceTime) by my friend’s older sister, we walked from our apartment to the bar. I remember three things from that night. 1.
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Working on the farm isn’t what it used to be, what with all of the fancy newfangled industrial equipment and commercial-sized plots of land. Drinking like you’re on the farm, however, is still possible, thanks to farmhouse ales. A farmhouse ale is not a single style of beer. It’s actually a broader category of styles. It can be a saison, bière de garde, gueuze, or sahti.
Starting this weekend, thirsty tourists begin to flock to wine country for the high season, which lasts through the fall harvest. It’s an incredible place to visit, but if planning a weeklong trip of palate-crushing wine tastings seems daunting, that’s because it is. Fear not, because with a well-planed itinerary you don’t necessarily need days upon days to get a complete wine country experience. Start in San Francisco and simply focus on quality over quantity.
Think back to all the times you’ve entertained or participated in a potluck. You spend hours over the stove balancing a wine glass in one hand and a piping bag in the other in an attempt to craft the most gorgeous roses for the bake sale cupcakes.
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