Put the drinks down! That is the advice for many people after the release of a report that revealed that tens of millions of Americans have been drinking too much.
Kurniawan was a connoisseur of counterfeiting who mastered label making, cork stamping, bottle waxing and recorking to create fake bottles of wine.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Facciponti made the statement during his closing argument Tuesday at the criminal trial of Rudy Kurniawan.
If you’re going to spend your money, might as well spend it on something useful. Check out these awesome vineyards that you would actually be able to afford. Who doesn’t love some good wine?
A law created in 1909 prohibits the United States Postal Service from delivering alcohol to consumers and Schumer said he will move to end those restrictions in an upcoming bill regarding the future of the struggling agency.
Try one these new bars for Fall 2013. Grab some friends and enjoy craft brews and delicious bites.
A new law allows wine to be sold at roadside farm stands, and Long Island residents are quite pleased.
Most NYC bars only offer happy hour during the week. Here are five New York City bars with weekend drink deals.
Most folks associate Napa and Sonoma with the wine industry, but what many don’t know is that there are other regions in the country with thriving wineries well worth the visit. Orbitz senior editor Jeanenne Tonatore joined us to fill us in on some suggestions for a wine getaway this fall.
The North Fork of Long Island is wine country and locals in the towns of Peconic and Southold say that if you spend the day there, your cares will wash away.
Instead of a ribbon-cutting, there was a ceremonial cutting of the hot dog links at Nathan’s Famous hot dogs on Coney Island Thursday.
The Do AC Boardwalk Wine Promenade is this weekend in Atlantic City, showcasing the best local wines around.
A Florida billionaire energy maven and wine collector told a New York jury Wednesday that he doesn’t even like wine auctions anymore, because he has too often been the victim of buying fake wine.
In a sphere of oenophiles far removed from the world of Two-Buck Chuck and Franzia, a billionaire went to trial Wednesday in his lawsuit against a California wine merchant who allegedly cheated him to the tune of $320,000.
It’s the first time a New York wine has ever been served at a Presidential inauguration and all out in Long Island’s wine country are beaming with pride.