While Napa Valley deserves to be mentioned on any short list of the country’s top wine destinations, there are several other destinations nationwide that are worthy of merit.
If you’re going to spend your money, might as well spend it on something useful. Check out these awesome vineyards that you would actually be able to afford. Who doesn’t love some good wine?
Whether you’re a wine fanatic who knows exactly what you want, an adventurous sort who wants to be introduced to something different or a newbie who doesn’t know your Sangiovese from your Riesling, these places will take good care of you.
Good sangria is both delightful and refreshing, especially if served with the right foods and the right (preferably party) atmosphere.
Champagne is not just for launching ships and New Year’s Eve. As any good bartender knows, this sparkling bubbly wine of wedding toasts and anniversary celebrations need not be reserved only for special occasions.
Here are five places in Connecticut where every day is Cheese Lovers Day.
Choosing what labels to store in the cellar and put on the list requires a true love and deep knowledge of the grape in its most elegant form: a bottle of wine.
They were the darling, trendy spots of the post-disco Yuppie generation. Yet while their numbers, like their pretensions to grandeur, have shrunk, the most honest, forthright and, frankly, the best wine and cheese bars are still in business. Here are five such establishments in Connecticut that, like the wine and cheese they serve, have aged well.
By Vanessa Willoughby Perhaps Connecticut isn’t best known for its vineyards, but the Constitution State has its fair share of top-notch vineyards. From Hartford to Stonington, Connecticut vineyards are making their mark, attracting residents and […]
Raise you glass and say, “Cheers!” to some of Connecticut’s best wine bars: Bin228, Firebox Restaurant and Cuvee.