Burgdorf Winery owner David Burgdorf takes a sip of wine during a portrait shoot in the vineyard at his winery in located at his home in Haslett, Mich., Monday, May 6, 2013.
Red or white? How about both? Memorial Day Weekend is a big deal for Oregon's viticulture industry and wine aficionados alike, and boy do Lane County and Corvallis have a lot to offer.
Check out these spiffy wine and sake dinners coming up soon. First, at ~PICCINO~ you can meet winemakers from the Alps at two different wine dinners.
If you're looking to raise a glass to veterans this Memorial Day you might consider filling it with wine that will raise funds for them, too.
By Kurtis Kolt - North Shore Outlook Published: May 22, 2013 9:00 AM Updated: May 22, 2013 10:04 AM Time for refreshing ale! There's plenty to do during Vancouver Craft Beer Week, running May 31 to June 8; but say you're a wine fan and a little lost when it comes to an ale that suits you, then what? I did some very difficult research this week, ... (more)
The restaurant business is notoriously risky, shifty, and unpredictable. If you make it a year and don't go bankrupt, you're considered relatively successful.
A California winery has recovered four cases of Cabernet Sauvignon aged on the bottom of Charleston Harbor in South Carolina for three months.
I don't know what the sticker price is on your average Tuesday night wine-or whether it's different from your Saturday night bottle.
When browsing through the local wine selections, one might be used to seeing a Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon or an Australian Shiraz on the shelves, as they are both popular choices in wines.
New Estate Vineyard program, new faces, and a cyber-facelift combine as the Walla Walla Valley winery matures.
Elise Kubisiak, a Sokol Blosser tasting room sales associate, pours wine in the LEED-certified barrel cellar where visitors get a behind the scenes look and possibly sample some wine.
Two locals are looking to take advantage of the "BYOB" nature of many Morristown restaurants with the launch of a new business at The Highlands at Morristown Station, next to the incoming restaurant, The Godfather.
Cappie Peete of McCrady's and Andrew Marshall of Charleston Grill are among Charleston's small group of Advanced Sommeliers.
We've all been there, hopefully: that moment in the adult world when we're invited to dinner by another grown-up. Specifically a grown-up we're not close enough with to have the understanding that grabbing a case of Shiner and showing up "whenever" is appropriate.
The English sparkling wine industry will not be able to sustain its current level of growth, with one key producer predicting that consolidation is on the horizon.
Savannah's standing as an emerging foodie outpost is, to borrow from chef Emeril Lagasse, about to be taken up a notch.
The Huber Vineyard, first planted by Norman Huber in 1987-88, is one of the oldest vineyards in the Sta.