Your favorite lager may just get a little tastier. According to Phys Org, University of Manchester researchers have uncovered a new species of yeast that could aid in the creation of better lagger. The discovery comes in collaboration with the NCYC (National Collection of Yeast Cultures), who have identified the new yeast as a member […]
Over the last few years, Ace of Spades — the Champagne’s actual name is Armand de Brignac — has become one of the most popular Champagne brands on the market. Thanks to Jay Z purchasing the brand in 2014, Ace of Spades has become a staple at clubs, bars, and restaurants all over the country. Prestige […]
When dreaming of wine-fueled getaways to Italy, Tuscany or Piedmont are generally the first options that come to mind. But Rome boasts the title of the country’s second-largest airport, leading most Italy-bound passengers to end up in the Eternal City. Rome is actually pretty close to a bunch of other under-the-radar wine regions.
There’s a stereotype in the wine world as mysterious as it is pervasive: that sommeliers like to drink beer when they get off work. And not just any beer, either, so the myth goes; somms, when chilling with their friends, are choosing bargain beers.
Everyone loves a solid Negroni. It’s simple to order, easy to make, and above all, very pleasing to drink. This classic cocktail’s balance between herbal and sweet is appealing to an array of palates, and you can rarely go wrong with a gin-based cocktail. Here at VinePair, we love experimenting with takes on some of our […]
If rosé is ”summer water,” sangria has got to be summer’s ”juice.” On hot summer days, there’s nothing quite as thirst-quenching as a glass of juicy, fruity, and extra-boozy sangria. With tons of sangria recipes out there, finding that perfect summer recipe can certainly be a challenge — until now.
Everyone can agree that waiting at the airport is a total drag. The lines, the body scans, and the frequent delays are just some of the elements of airport travel that make it stressful and boring, a lethal combination. But there are exceptions, should you be catching your next flight from one of these elite airport […]
Nothing can undo the terrible fate of getting cork, foil, or any other form of bottle paraphernalia into that second bottle upon opening. Perhaps the only thing worse than having foil in your wine is being entrusted with opening a bottle of wine for a group of people, and getting foil into all of their wine […]
Us wine industry folks talk about terroir a lot. A core concept in how we view wine in the 21st century, terroir is the idea that soil, climate, and topography all give a wine a distinctive characteristic that it wouldn’t have if the grapes were grown elsewhere. It’s an idea that posits the locale where grapes are […]