Food and Drink

Open up the reds: Testing wine aerators

August 25, 2017

When it comes to red wine, especially bigger styles like cabernet sauvignon, Bordeaux, zinfandel, syrah/shiraz, malbec, Italian reds, etc., breathing time and aeration is so important. Giving red wine air opens it up, allowing oxygen […]

Destinations

Enjoy a unique sip and stay at a Kent County farm winery

July 4, 2017

Like animals, especially cows, chickens, miniature ponies, cats, and dogs? Love wines, including sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, and barbera? Escape to Crow Farm and Winery, a Kent County, Md., bed-and-breakfast that sits in the middle of […]

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Study: you are what you drink

June 23, 2017

Does what drink you order in a bar or club say much about who you are? According to research conducted at the University of Pittsburgh a number of years ago, it does. Although the study […]

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Is wine a good investment?

May 28, 2017

It’s so civilized and convenient stocking wine at home. You simply go to your storage space and pull a bottle to accompany a meal without having to run out to a store to get some. […]