Some people can drink a lot of wine without ill effect. Others are on the couch after a glass. Science might know why.
With Prohibition—which ran from January 17, 1920, to December 5, 1933—came language to describe everything from drinking establishments to the people who made booze to booze itself.
The dent (or “punt”) in the bottom of a wine bottle served an important function centuries ago, but it’s there for different reasons today.
One theory suggests that we call liquor 'spirits' because of alcohol’s association with one spirit in particular: the Holy Spirit. But there are other theories.
So many people are overindulging on brunch mimosas that restaurants now have a vomit surcharge.
These daring dames ventured into the underworld of contraband liquor.
Wine grapes and table grapes are a huge agricultural asset. It's no wonder that the humble grape is among the world's largest fruit crops.
There are more than 500 pubs in the United Kingdom called The Red Lion. It all traces back to King James VI and I.
The Coppola Pizza WineLine wants to elevate your casual takeout dinner to a five-star experience.
As with regular toasts, it’s not clear exactly when, where, or why this custom began. But these days, most drinkers will cite one of two common reasons behind it.
The best bars in New York City are apparently better than the best bars in Los Angeles … and everywhere else.
They all sparkle. They all bubble. And they’re all water. But they're not interchangeable.
It's nearly summer—time to break out the salt and limes.
There is a lot more to Cinco de Mayo, the annual springtime celebration of Hispanic heritage and culture in the United States, than the many margarita-soaked festivities that ensue all over the nation.
Calling all anti-heroes, heartbreak princes, and new romantics: This bar is for you (and every other Swiftie).
Tradition and culture have always played a deep role in Southern weddings.
A silver spoon won’t save your uncorked champagne, but this trick will.
If you’re at a New Year’s Eve party in Scotland, don’t be surprised if a guest leaves the house a few minutes before midnight just so that they can re-enter as the first footer after the bells.