Send all queries to firstname.lastname@example.org Can I put my white wine in my Soda Stream and make sparkling wine? It won’t really become the same thing. Sparkling wine is made via a secondary fermentation into a sealed tank or bottle. During fermentation, the byproduct of yeast-eating sugar is alcohol and CO2.
We’re gearing up for one of the busiest, booziest, party-filled weekends of the year — that’s right, we’re talking Halloween weekend. While everyone else is pouring down punch and sipping straight shots, we’re putting a fall twist on a summer classic : sangria. We know what you’re thinking — sangria for Halloween? This must be […]
If you’re looking to have a night of Tricks and Treats this Halloween, look no further than our El Diablo Sangria. Made with Sauvignon Blanc from Casillero del Diablo, this Sangria is simple to make and the perfect addition to any Halloween party. Plus, if you close your eyes, you can pretend the grapes floating […]
We love Sangria so much, and not just in summertime. In fact, we may love Sangria a bit too much—so desperate to mix the stuff up, we’ll sometimes grab one of those giant bottles of low-quality, factory produced wines. Pretty much anything red and low-cost that we can mix with the pile of fruit we […]
White sangria—the lesser step-cousin of the classic no longer. In fact, we dare say sangria is going to be the drink of the summer season. Then again, we also declared jellies were making a huge comeback this summer and so far, nothing. But the sangria we’re pretty sure about. We admit, insofar as a fruity […]
Sangria isn’t just for summer. Contrary to popular belief, this classic libation can be drunk at all times of the year, but in the winter, with a few twists, Sangria can become one of the most quintessential winter drinks at the table. So move over Mulled Wine, because here are 7 winter Sangria recipes that […]
One sip of Sangria and you’re automatically transported to Spain. The perfect celebratory cocktail, especially in warmer months, Sangria has taken on a life of it’s own over the past few years. Where the wines traditionally used have always been made with a dry red or sometimes a dry white, now almost any wine can […]
A few years ago during a visit to the South, I found myself in downtown Opelika, Alabama in search of something that is truly lacking in New York: excellent pimento cheese on a biscuit. Across the country, Southern food, drink and fashion is the current trend and that buzz has helped spur an amazing revitalization […]