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Red wine poured into glasses in front of fireplace

Cooler Weather Wines

it may be time to retire your rosé wines and consider these earthy, vibrant cool weather wines that are sure to intrigue your guests.

Discover wine from Germany’s Pfalz Region

When you hear or read the words "German wine" your mind probably leap immediately to Riesling and sweet wines. However, the Pfalz region of Germany produces food-friendly, endlessly fascinating dry wines that will intrigue your guests.

Big Bottles at Bazaar Meat

Dominating a 400-seat room isn't easy, particularly in Las Vegas, but the 27-liter bottles of wine on the floor at Bazaar Meat by JosA(C) AndrA(C)s make a strong impression indeed.

Sherry, Baby

Sherry, the fortified Spanish wine, has potential as a key component of modern mixology. Sales may be down for Sherry but Danil Nevsky of Tales & Spirits believes that using it to create more cocktails may give the fortified wine the sales boost it needs.

Warm Weather Refreshers

Don't let the thermometer keep you from overhauling your beverage menus. The time to consider refreshing spring and summer cocktails, lighter beers, sparkling and rosA(C) wines, and fresh non-alcohol beverages is now.

The 2016 Crystal Ball

Just what does 2016 have in store for the Beverage World? Jack Robertiello takes a look into his crystal ball to give you insight into this year's trends, covering tap handles, whiskeys and wines.

An Icon Collapses

The annual release of George Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau once meant ringing cash registers and lots of toasts. Today, it's barely noticed. Here's what this disappearing wine tradition might mean on-premise.

New Vermouths

Vermouth has long been the neglected step-child of the bar, but recent additions are broadening the choices and flavor palates available.