Winemakers and wine lovers around the world have been fascinated by this curious little outpost in the south of France for centuries.
However you choose to celebrate this New Year’s Eve and ring in a brand-new year, we have some suggestions for wherever–and with whomever–you find yourself.
This tiny, historic house is one of the best-kept secrets in Champagne today.
The France 44 staff is weighing in on their favorites for one of the most important food and beverage holidays of the year! Check out what’s always on our table for Thanksgiving, from bubbles to bourbon.
Like a ’60s Bond movie, these wines are not necessarily going to tick all our boxes for what is desired in a “modern” product, but we also couldn’t have achieved the highly-engineered, crowd-pleasing successes of today’s most popular bottles without them.
As the temperatures dip and the wind whips sharper, I don’t necessarily grab a bottle of red—I just drink heavier whites.
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This is most definitely the era of new, good, and exciting Lambrusco.
by Karina Roe Remember when you were in high school? Everyone had to take English, Biology, a math class, hopefully… Read more Rise of the Small Places
From the ultra-cheesy to the thoughtfully meaningful, everything on this list is 100% bona fide for the paterfamilias in your family.