[NPR] Wine pairings aren't just for fancy dinners. Tootsie rolls and a rich port, french fries and Riesling: wine experts from across the country offer advice on pairing wine with unpretentious snacks.
WHEN ONE WINE lover wants to compliment another, the words “great palate” are often bestowed. An oenophile with such a palate is perceptive, discerning and often possessed of an extensive if not expensive wine cellar—or so it…
If you want to know how ridiculous B.C. booze laws can get, consider this insane rule from the not-to-distant past: There used to be a regulation that said a golf course couldn’t have a liquor licence unless it met a particularly strict condition: It had to have at least three professionally verified par-four holes.
Are the premature oxidation woes that beset white Burgundies from the mid-1990s now threatening red wines? A study now casts doubt on the longevity of super-ripe, oaky, low-acid reds. Jane Anson reports
Many of the liquor policy reforms announced in 2014 by British Columbia attorney general Suzanne Anton and parliamentary secretary for liquor policy reform John Yap (above) will become effective April 1.
Seattle, Wash.—Good fences make good neighbors, goes the old saying, but regulations governing the British Columbia wine trade make for barbed wire when it comes to wines from Washington state.
Late December is a busy time for alcohol retailers as people bring in the new year with plenty of booze. And no place celebrates as large as La Belle Province — according to Statistics Canada, we're the biggest consumers of alcohol by volume.
Italian winemakers are planning to defy a new European law demanding they exclude their wine’s particular geographic origins from the label, arguing that the move will heavily impact businesses already struggling to survive.