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If you want to order a gin and tonic in Spain, first drop the "and" from the drink's name (it's known simply as a

Craft beer now outsells Budweiser in the U.S. With two to three craft breweries opening every day across America, every region of the country

I was born in Harlem, a child of Southern migrants and Caribbean immigrants. I witnessed what the women in my family could do with

I was tasting the 2012 Grand Veneur Côtes du Rhône "Les Champauvins," a smooth, nicely structured red with flavors of black and red berries.

I've always felt that the best wine experiences can be divided into two categories: immersion and transportation. The former is a sip of Pinot in

In 2005, a group of seven Pinot Noir specialists from the West Coast banded together at the behest of their importer/distributor in Colorado to