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The best flasks you can buy Metal is more suitable than skins for carrying liquor, especially hard drinks like whiskey that have become more popular in recent centuries and have a considerably higher alcohol content than the beer and wine that people drank for the larger part of [...]
Ancient silver flask seized at Gatwick revealed for the first time ... An ancient silver flask seized at Gatwick has been unveiled for the first time, ahead of its return to Afghanistan. Photographed exclusively for The Sunday [...]
Think Pink: The 10 Most Popular Rosé Wines in the World Celebrity endorsements, summer pop-ups, and viral frozen cocktails have all boosted rosé's popularity. In 2017, U.S. sales increased by 53 percent. Using search frequency stats, as reported by Wine-Searcher.com, we've compiled a list of the hottest [...]
Ancient Silver Flask to Return to Afghanistan from UK So you're dealing with a member of the elite, female or male.” The flask is 12.3 cm high. Possibly a drinking vessel, it could hold the equivalent of about two average glasses of wine. “It's a new type. We didn't have a precious metal vessel of this [...]
This woman in front of me on the train drinking red wine out of a flask is such a mood
New York City boasts some of the most expensive food and beverage items in the country, but when the $1,000 bottle of wine Devin Shomaker is vinting is ready, it will be known for more than just the price. The grapes are being grown on a rooftop in Brooklyn, New York, the first attempt ever in the world to create a commercially viable rooftop vineyard.Shomaker, the founder of Rooftop Reds, knows that Brooklyn is not where most people would expect a new wine-growing region to take shape. But...
Illustration: Hadley Hooper ByLettie TeagueLettie TeagueThe Wall Street JournalBiographyLettie.Teague@wsj.com Nov. 22, 2017 2:46 p.m. ET 15 COMMENTSPart two in a three-part series on wine culture in the Midwest today.CHICAGO IS A CITY of nicknames. Hog Butcher for the World, Tool Maker and Stacker of Wheat (thanks, Carl Sandburg ), not to mention the Windy City, Second City and That Toddlin’ Town. To me, however,...
It's that time of the year when I begin to plan carefully our Christmas Day wines.Since Christmas Day has to be the time when we can all loosen our belts a little and stop searching through the bin ends and special offers, once again the editor has given me a generous allowance to choose City A.M.’s Christmas Day wines. This year he has expanded the budget to a full £500 – amazing how generous people can be with imaginary money – for the full spread, from a breakfast champagne to a vintage...
Updated, 12/5/17: The holiday season is officially here and scammers are back in full force to try to take advantage of the gift giving season. The Better Business Bureau warned people last year about a seemingly fun Secret Santa gift exchange that's actually a pyramid scam and illegal, but it looks like the message didn't stick. Users are once again posting about the "Secret Wine Bottle Exchange," which claims if you buy a $15 bottle of wine and send it to a "secret wine lover" you'll get...