Hey, good afternoon, hello, it’s summer, and that means you’re this close to shoving off and wandering straight towards the wine shop or your fridge to get a glass—fuck it, the bottle—of rosé and settle in. You love it! You can’t get enough of it! If it gushed out of the fucking faucets in the bathroom instead of…
On this summer afternoon, I urge you to consider the following: rosé is an alcoholic beverage and should remain that way.
Archeologists have discovered a 2,600-year-old note from a soldier named Hananyahu in what’s now Israel, written on a piece of pottery, requesting more wine. Hananyahu—I get it, bud.
Well, I heard that you—a female peacock just looking for a little prosecco, or maybe a nice rosé—got into a little trouble down at the local liquor store this week!
With summer approaching, we needed a new way to consume pink wine. Here it is, as a forty.
One of the purest joys I can imagine is drinking into a comfortable couch and getting wine drunk on rosé with Martha Stewart. Today, I am one step closer to that dream. Well, not really, but I can drink wine that Martha herself has selected for $49.99 fee.
Havana, Cuba’s El Canal winery, owned and operated by 65-year-old Orestes Estevez and his family, thrives thanks to an unconventional and specific practice: slipping condoms onto fermenting jugs.
Wine is spoiled grape juice. It’s old squished grapes mixed with yeast that get you drunk. But lots of people have a lot of things to say about wine, and maybe you’ve wondered what it is that gets them so jazzed over rotten grapes. Well, a lot of their enjoyment comes from biology, chemistry and psychology, as well as…
For years, the internet has been celebrating the accomplishments of Täo Porchon-Lynch, a 98-year-old author, ballroom dancer, and yoga instructor, who—throughout her adventurous and travel-enriched life—has spent time with Mahatma Gandhi, Noël Coward, Marilyn Monroe, and the Dalai Lama. Now, lucky her, the New York…
Have you been on the hunt for an impressively tacky piece of furniture that also says, “I have an irresponsible relationship with alcohol?” Well, girl, I got you. Get those credit cards ready because for just $99.95 (payments as low as $18/month), this baby is yours.
If you’re into the stemless look, you can pick up a 4-pack of Amazon’s #1 selling wine glasses today for just $13, the best price we’ve seen. Eliminating the stem means that these can go in the top rack of your dishwasher, and can stack in your cabinets to save space. I’ll drink to that.
Going out to dinner with friends can easily become a big event—after agreeing to share a meal together, you’ll have to choose the cuisine, the restaurant, and whether to invite that one person everyone has been avoiding for a few weeks. The decisions don’t end there. Once you settle in at the restaurant, and everyone…
In August of 2015, a book club called Sistahs on the Reading Edge, consisting of ten black women and one white, were ejected from a train touring Napa Valley wineries. They were accused of “laughing loudly,” which inspired the Twitter hashtag #LaughingWhileBlack, and also a discrimination lawsuit.
What a simple pleasure it is to have a drink at the end of the day while the stress of work recedes like the tide. But alcohol—especially good liquor—is expensive. Some claim there are simple tricks that can elevate cheap booze to the top of the shelf, so today we’re testing a few ways to improve mediocre liquor.
A recent episode of my favorite reality show, The Bedford Stop, begins with twenty-somethings Olena, Alex and Blake (a newcomer to the BS crew!) coming together on Olena’s bday night to get their pre-party on. But instead of drinking beer, mixed drinks, or shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, they discuss their…
What do you do when you have a lovely bottle of wine but your corkscrew has gone missing? When teetotaling is not an option, there are countless unconventional ways that people claim you can open a bottle of wine. We put them to the test.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are now entering the world of winemaking.
Social media loves a wine-sipping mom.