The best part? It lasts for two months.
South Australia Has Some of the Most Beautiful Vineyards on Earth — Here Are the Best Wine Tours to Take
Here's where to go wine tasting in the state of South Australia.
It's a special blend of fruit that's made for either red or white wine!
K9 Cinemas in Plano, Texas, offers drinks and snacks for humans and dogs alike.
Summer just got so much sweeter.
You get to taste the wine, too.
New York City's Rosé Mansion Returns With 14 Rooms, a Vineyard Installation, and a Giant Cake
The Instagram hit is back with brand-new rooms, tasting experiences, and photo ops—including a "chandelier swing."
Sometimes you need to shake it up and try something new on vacation. For wine lovers, however, vineyards hold a strong allure, and it can be hard to pass up an opportunity to have a winery within driving distance. Oenophiles don't have to go to wine country, though. These hotels offer amenities and exclusive experiences for wine lovers. From a 17th-century wine cellar to personalized wine classes in Portugal, these hotels offer the ultimate wine-centric vacations.
Spend three days tasting the region’s best cheddars, jacks, and blues, and don’t skip the wine and beer, either … Why haven’t you left yet?
How a humble mini-mart became a destination for wine lovers.
Walla Walla, Washington, known for apples and wheat, has also become a compelling wine destination. Ray Isle experiences its top-notch Cabs and Syrahs, homegrown restaurants, and refreshingly down-to-earth spirit.
Airline Sommeliers Reveal the Secrets to Serving — and Drinking — Wine 30,000 Feet in the Air
What does it take to train cabin staff to be so conversant in wine? What’s the story behind these impressive wine lists? And how does wine taste different in the air? We spoke to some of the industry’s best to find out.
Just one pop and you can't stop.
Ancient Egyptians knew how to party.
Sleep in a revamped wine barrel, or take a therapeutic wine bath, or both.
This story originally appeared on MyRecipes.com. In these tumultuous times, bringing the entire internet together seems like an almost impossible feat. Almost. For those of you who’ve been living under rocks, here’s what happened: An Arkansas woman was banned from her local Walmart this week for drinking wine out of a Pringles can. Employees say she had been aimlessly riding around the parking lot on an electric scooter while sipping from the booze-filled can since early that morning. Listen: I’m not saying that this was a wise use of this woman’s time and Walmart’s resources. But if guzzling wine from a Pringles can at 6 a.m. in a grocery store parking lot is wrong, I don’t want to be right. Most people who’ve commented on the story seem to agree: Whenever a hero emerges, it’s only natural to want to emulate their achievements. But wait! To fully appreciate this Pringles/wine combo, you must pair them appropriately. You can’t just go around drinking a Chianti from a Sour Cream & Onion can—what is this, amateur hour? I spent an absurd amount of time (far more than could be considered reasonable or professional) researching which wines pair best with which Pringle flavors based on acidity, intensity, and overall flavor. Here’s what I found:
After a woman was banned from Walmart for concealing booze in a potato chip container, I had to know...
And California isn't even in the top five.