Beaujolais wine is so food-friendly and fun. Paired with French or traditional American backyard barbecue fare, it’s a great match. Check out these pairing ideas.
Rosé wine cocktails are some of the easiest drinks you can make for guests, a party or just yourself. Spruce up your next glass with ice cubes frozen with spring berries.
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Located in the heart of Sonoma County, Healdsburg is a wine oasis bursting with tasting rooms, restaurants, farms and idyllic views. Their moderate climate makes it the perfect spot for a wine adventure anytime of the year.
A bottle of wine is a go-to gift for your friends or family members who love good food, good wine, and good company. Ensure the wine present feels meaningful with a little bit of thought and these tips.
Eating something sweet, savory or even spicy? There’s a Riesling that will perfectly pair with what you’re serving.
Dive into the world of Beaujolais wine with these fun serving and pairing tips.
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This mostly savory Tomatillo Tipple cocktail reminds us of a green Bloody Mary with spice, but is refreshing and perfect for a backyard gathering.
With the delicious addition of flame-grilled tomatoes, these spicy bloody marys will make you want to host simply to toast!
Spike your next batch of iced tea with tequila to create the forever-fun iced teaquila.
Feed your drink cravings with the cool cocktails at The Garret East. Serving boozy drinks with ingredients such as turmeric and beet juice.
With warm tropical flavors to brighten a winter day, this yellow mango tequila cocktail is so refreshing we’ll be sipping it straight to summer.
Iced or warm, chai tea is a spicy way to rejuvenate. Use these six spices, plus any of your favorites, to create the aromatic beverage.
We’ve all been there. Two drinks and a tiny piece of cheese into the company holiday party, and you’re already feeling buzzed – add a third cocktail into the mix and suddenly your having a breakdance competition with your boss.
As the weather gets colder, the southern hemisphere is just starting to warm up! This mango yogurt shake is one of the drinks the people in New Zealand are sipping to stay cool.
Similar to a Negroni, this cocktail uses whiskey instead of gin and is easy to mix with three ingredients in equal parts.
This short documentary features the wine makers of New Zealand and why they choose to use sustainable practices to produce their wines.
A take on the traditional Dark ‘N’ Stormy, this cocktail uses a light rum and is garnished with juicy pear slices.
A colorful dessert with a touch of spritz. The key to any granita is to scrape with a fork at regular intervals for frozen, flaky texture.
Ever wonder what all those fancy ‘macchiato’, ‘lungo’, or ‘caffe americano’ coffee terms really mean?
The ancient technique of whisking Japanese matcha tea does not take a ton of skill, but does require patience and respect for the ceremony.
A simple and elegant DIY holiday gift, that wine lovers will adore.
Incredible Mexican coffee and liqueur with a touch of tequila and brown sugar swirled in. Impress your friends with your bar-tending skills and try it iced.
Discover the roasting process of coffee beans from start to finish. This is sure to fuel any coffee passion.
Say cheers with a fun, festive sparkling Prosecco cocktail, with warm flavors of spices, honey, and whiskey.
If you’re thinking of opening a brewery, want a quick look behind the scenes, or just want to be inspired, this short student documentary is worth a watch.
Watch the legendary Bo as he makes beautiful creations from steamed milk. Our personal favorite is an impressively detailed dragon.
Jim Meehan, one of the creators of PDT, describes four appropriate ways to serve whiskey.
With bourbon or on its own, eggnog is a delicious treat to get everyone in the holiday spirit. Learn how to make your own, it really is best fresh.
Switch up your bellini game and make a drink that is fitting for brunch or a dinner toast. The key? Frozen blueberries. You just need frozen blueberries, simple syrup and bubbling Prosecco to make this fun libation that is sure to be the star of your gathering.
Homemade nut milks are wholesome, raw and full of protein. Making nut milk requires only water and your favorite nuts.
Let’s cheers to cold winters with warm drinks like this mulled wine.
Guiseppe Caprini’s fabled bar thrives in the Floating City with cocktails fit for Hemingway and Capote.
Start an autumn day off on the right foot with this warmly-spiced smoothie.
Red cabbage, cucumber, pear, and mint are blended for a sweet and refreshing smoothie perfect anytime of the day.
Turn your favorite seasonal pie into a healthy smoothie packed with vitamin A, potassium and fiber.
General manager Eamon Rockey explains what makes makes a Betony Gin and Tonic special.
Easily make your own almond milk for a refreshing beverage to enjoy or cook with.
The pros dish their tried and true tips to the classic cocktail. Hone your bartending skills so you are ready to bust them out at the next gathering.
If anyone knows tea it’s the Brits. What makes a perfect cup according to historic British author George Orwell?
Chill out with a savory scotch whiskey cocktails made with simple ingredeints and herbs from your summer garden.
Learn the difference in pulling a mediocre espresso and a superb shot that will taste amazing while it energizes you.
Liven up your morning routine with an easy and nutritious acai smoothie bowl.
Pisco is colorless to amber brandy produced by distilling grape wine into a high-proof spirit. In what ways can pisco be concocted for social lubrication, you ask? The pisco sour is a classic Peruvian chilled cocktail that is refreshing to sip on during warm days. Try this simple recipe and enjoy!
A straightforward drink with a silky egg white, tangy citrus, and a touch of sweet marmalade.
This is the perfect party trick. Watch and learn how to easily turn a simple, sweet fruit into a cocktail.
Try your hand at preparing a refreshing strawberry soda the old-fashioned way. This strawberry soda is made the old-style with fun tang.
Make an apple gin gimlet that replaces the usual lime juice with tart green apple juice.
Rumor has it, Winston Churchill would drink this smokey cocktail after his breakfast and cigar to get the day going. Try it for yourself!
Use ripe strawberries and a few ingredients you have on hand to create a delicious afternoon drink. Cool down with some sweet strawberries and bubbles.
A refresher of watermelon juice that will start your day with a bang, if you add the last splash of liquid. Enjoy with frozen bananas and fresh mint leaves.
Get a quick introduction to the drink you guzzle down most mornings. In less than three minutes you’ll have the visual fast facts.
Here’s a super-simple way to transform pulpy juices into crystal-clear a liquid that is stunning enough for fancy cocktails.
Try this Italian-style cocktail with amaro and lime and plenty of bold flavor.
From good music to understanding a bean’s origin, baristas at OX Coffee describe their craft that they love.
Make this festive spring drink now. Grab fresh basil, plenty of lime juice and shake away.
Cool off with a frosty pineapple margarita. Blend with a touch of cilantro and green chili for flavor and heat, perfect for a patio cocktail.