Drinks

Yellow House Vineyard

Cody Kaye launched Yellow House Vineyard in 2014. After years of growing and harvesting grapes, the vineyard is starting to make its own wine.

Looking for a new bottle of wine to try? Matt Rivard of MGM Wine and Spirits recommends these choices.

Hopler Gruner Veltliner (Austria)
2015-$15

We asked Danielle Philippon, marketing and media coordinator at Craft Beer & Kitchen, for her top summer beer recommendations.

Odell 90 Shilling

Summer is the time for FRUITY drinks. Try these cool beverages from Kowalski’s Companies culinary director, Rachael Perron.

1. Basil Gin and Ginger
makes 2

For those of us who like wine, it’s nice to have a bottle on hand at all times just in case the occasion calls for it. But what if you want a few more options?

These March end-of-winter days call for a pick-me-up. We asked Haskell’s Beau Farrell and Top Ten Wine and Spirits’ Bill Abrahamson for their best wine picks this month.

The rosés, the Rieslings, the crisp Vinhos Verdes: They’ve had their day in the sun. It’s time to uncork the fall-weather wines—the ones bold and deep enough to indulge our newfound hunger and sustain us through the long and dusky evenings.

Dazzling wine doesn’t have to be damaging to your bank account.

We tapped three local beer connoisseurs for their selections for fall beers.

The refreshing jumbo strawberry margarita from Las Margaritas.

A fruity drink calls to mind all sorts of pleasant associations: cocktails on the patio, refreshments on the lake, and nourishment after exercise. After all, a fruity drink epitomizes all that is treasured in a beverage; it’s thirst-quenching, delicious and celebratory.

January is an opportune time to step out of your wine comfort zone and taste a new blend. Whether with a hearty stew or a bowl of fresh fruit, flavors lend themselves to different pairings.

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