The next time you find yourself dining in Dubai (as one does), consider wetting your whistle with a $150 bottle of non-alcoholic sparkling white wine, with flecks of edible 24-carat gold leaf. You see, the bubbles make the gold dance, like a very expensive snow globe.
March Madness marches on! Today we have some really interesting games. Are you into Quaaludes? Bath Salts? Jack Daniels? Red Wine? You've come to the right place.
A new study from Iowa State University has made a very important discovery, one that might have helped Kiki Cohen realize sooner that she was pouring herself way too much chardonnay: white wine drinkers tend to drink more than their purple-toothed counterparts.
Wine snobs, get ready to have that discerning amateur sommelier palate you so pride yourself on brought down a few notches. According to science, the more people think they know about wine, the easier it is to trick them into drinking crap by naming it something that sounds fancy.
Much unlike many a magazine editor who recommends you buy all sorts of crap that they most likely got for free, your Jezebel staff doesn't get jack shit (other than books, unsolicited). And that's how it should be. But on our own time, in our personal lives, we still buy stuff. So this is Worth It, our recommendation…
The other day, CNN astutely asked its Rhodes Scholar readers whether or not white Americans are racially oppressed. And they were serious!
Female winemakers in an area of northwestern Spain known as Ría Baixas are becoming more and more popular, running over half of the regions 198 wineries, in an industry that is heavily male dominated. The region's specialty wine is Albariño, a fruity white that pairs well with seafood or poultry, but that doesn't mean…