This weekend, the only thing you should be laboring over is this menu, from smoked oysters to piña coladas to perfect cheeseburgers.
Idle Cellars’ winemakers don’t own any property—not a tasting room, not a vineyard, not even the presses, tanks, and bottling machinery. Nonetheless, their award-winning, respected wines have a cult following.
Stock up, party people. We can foresee a black market for these boxes very soon. Now to get some Camembert and a connection to the Darknet.
Climatologists are predicting that as temperatures rise across the globe, Quebe could eventually accommodate Vitis vinifera—king of grapes—whose progeny include European classics like pinot noir, chardonnay, and cabernet.
Cannabis startup Flow Kana has been hosting “tasting salons”—part farmer’s market, part posh affair—to introduce consumers to their growers.
Tim Spector, a Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at Kings College in London says the risk of an allergic reaction from nut dust is nonexistent.