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A wave of new, summery drinks is taking over Korea. Marketed almost exclusively toward women, the fruit-flavored sojus and alcopops are low in alcohol,

In northern Croatia, a younger generation of wine growers is pushing the boundaries with innovative interpretations of their indigenous variety of Malvasia, a versatile

A stroll down the yogurt aisle of any grocery store will tell you that probiotics are good for the human digestive system and can

It is not often that I visit a wine region that has grape varieties I have never heard of. But that happened in Gaillac,

In the world of craft beer and spirits, imagination and product innovation are never in short supply. Persimmon ale? Check. Smoked bourbon? Yep. Oyster

Vineyard tours were once reserved for people in the industry along with members of the media and wine clubs. Now, though, a handful of