In the Quiet Las Vegas Arts District, a Craft Beer Scene is Brewing. Cheers!
January 21, 2020

The Arts District, a low-frills buffer between the Las Vegas Strip and Fremont Street, attracts tourists and locals looking for fun in a place devoid of pedestrian congestion, flashing lights and slot machine cacophony.

The rapidly evolving mile-long stretch of Main Street is dotted with cocktail bars, most notably quirky neighborhood trailblazer Velveteen Rabbit, but beer is the headliner here. With multiple suds-specific spots within walking distance, there’s no better place to experience the Vegas craft beer scene.


Tito’s Is Now Officially America’s Best Selling Vodka
January 21, 2020

In a recent report shared by the IWSR, figures reveal that Tito’s Handmade Vodka has overtaken Smirnoff as the best selling vodka brand in the U.S. Following volume growth of more than 20 percent in 2019, Tito’s is now also the best selling distilled spirit in the country.


The Year Bourbon Went Ballistic
January 21, 2020

When it comes to the top-performing category for 2019 there is only one winner.


White House Holds Off on French Sparkling Wine Tariffs for Now, French Officials Say
January 21, 2020

Trade dispute stems from France's tax on tech firms; larger fight over airplane subsidies continues.


Château Smith-Haut-Lafitte Owners Buy Napa’s Flora Springs Winery
January 21, 2020

Bordeaux's Cathiard family plans to launch a new venture; the Komes and Garvey families will keep the Flora Springs brand and their other vineyards.


This Retailer Ordered 35,000 Cases of French Wine to Brace for Possible Tariffs
January 16, 2020

Moore Brothers Wine Co, which operates in three states, ordered 35,000 cases, or a year’s supply, to try to get ahead of the possible duties.


Jaleo Introduces Brunch With a Spanish Flair and Bottomless Sangria in February
January 16, 2020

Huevos al plato and arroz a la Cubana with a carmelized banana make the menu along with bottomless sangria


Tao Beach Plans a Huge Pool Party Remodel
January 16, 2020

Tao Beach Club at the Venetian will not open for the 2020 pool season. The 18,000-quare-foot daylife club since 2007 on the pool deck plans to go through a massive renovation and expansion before reopening in 2021.


Lyme Bay Winery Launches Canned Sparkling Mead
January 16, 2020

Lyme Bay Winery in Devon has launched a pair of canned sparkling meads in the UK on-trade with the aim of introducing younger consumers to the fermented honey drink.


Japanese Distilleries Discontinue Premium Whiskies Due to Overwhelming Demand
January 16, 2020

Nikka and Suntory have both put a hold on some of their aged expressions.


The Cosmopolitan Revamps Vesper Bar
January 8, 2020

Luxury resort and casino The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas reintroduced the newly designed Vesper Bar on Dec. 20. Named after the Vesper cocktail in the James Bond novel Casino Royale, Vesper Bar has long been staple of The Cosmopolitan’s mixology program, and has served more than 2 million patrons.


The Rise of the Food Hall Bar
January 8, 2020

It’s no secret that food hall dining is a hot culinary trend, but what about food hall drinking?


How a Craft Distillery Captured the Flavor of Texas
January 8, 2020

Texas is truly at the heart of Firestone & Robertson Distillery.

From eye-catching branding to single-farm mash bills to a proprietary wild yeast strain and more, The Lone Star State is woven into the company’s DNA.


Ayesha Curry and Michael Mina Debut a Barbecue Restaurant on the Strip
January 8, 2020

Smoked meats and cocktails make the menu at International Smoke.


Dining Pros Share Their Best Las Vegas Meals in 2019
December 31, 2019

Omakase, an oyster bar, and more delicious dinners.


How AB InBev and Molson Coors Are Adapting to a Rapidly Changing Alcoholic Beverage Market
December 31, 2019

Hint: It’s not just by making more beer.


World’s First Live Online Cask Whisky Auction Launch Next Month
December 31, 2019

A cask whisky dealer is set to launch what it claims will be the world’s first live online whisky auction dedicated exclusively to casks.


The 8 Booze Trends That Will Define How We Drink in 2020
December 31, 2019

What will the first year of the new decade have in store for cocktails and spirits? From effortless on-the-go cocktails to the potential rise of “selfie bars,” here’s our annual gaze into the crystal ball to see how we may be drinking in 2020.


Heineken Is Selling 31-Packs Of Non-Alcoholic Beer For Dry January
December 31, 2019

Dry January is a trend in which people stop drinking alcohol for the month after an indulgent holiday season and Heineken wants to help make Dry January a little easier by selling 31-packs of their non-alcoholic beer.


Cafe Americana Plans a French-Influenced Restaurant on the Strip
December 26, 2019

The 24-hour restaurant opens at Paris Las Vegas in 2020.


10 Questions: Cohen Savors Many Facets of Wine Industry Job
December 26, 2019

Remi Cohen, chief operating officer at Lede Family Wines, has worked in the wine industry since 2001. But that wasn’t always her plan.


The Most Important Wine Trends of the Decade (2010s)
December 26, 2019

While the craft beer industry sometimes feels like a speed boat, turning from seasonal releases to short-lived hybrid styles on a dime, the wine industry is an oil tanker by comparison — set in its ways and not changing direction any time fast.

But in reviewing the past 10 years, we’ve realized things move a little faster in the wine world than one might first imagine. A lot has changed since we said goodbye to the aughts and moved into the 2010s.


11 of the World’s Most Lavish Wine Trips, from a Rhône Private Cottage to Celebrity Chef Lunch
December 26, 2019

Too often, a winery’s tasting room can be more of an exasperation than an experience.

However, if you’re willing to spend a bit more, you can secure winery experiences that offer a lot more. Here are 11 such winery destinations around the world.


Where Las Vegas Food Writers Loved to Eat in 2019
December 26, 2019

Media experts share their picks for restaurant standbys.


Cosmopolitan Unveils Revamped 24-Hour Vesper Bar
December 24, 2019

Lounge in style with classic and reimagined cocktails.


The Real Reason Gerrit Cole Signed for the Yankees? Two Very Expensive Bottles of Wine
December 24, 2019

On Tuesday, December 10, the New York Yankees signed Gerrit Cole on a nine-year contract worth a record-breaking $324 million. But with a number of suitors for the ace pitcher, the Yankees pulled out all the stops to land their man, including two extremely rare and extremely expensive bottles of wine.


Walmart Lures Shoppers With Upscale Wine, Bourbon, and Craft Beer
December 24, 2019

Walmart is overhauling its adult beverage aisles to bring in more hyper-local craft beers and high-end wines and spirits.


Napa and Sonoma: Counties, Valleys, and Cities, Explained
December 24, 2019

There’s no question that Napa and Sonoma are two of the most beloved wine destinations in the world. What’s less certain, however, is what exactly people mean — or think they mean — when they talk about them.


Chillin’ with Bree Condon
December 24, 2019

Stunningly beautiful, Bree Condon is a professional model and actress who was born in Newport Beach, California.

She is known for roles in many popular productions, one of them being the film Ironclad, as Agnes (2011).


Star Wars Erupt over Vineyard Plans
December 21, 2019

The NIMBYs strike back against George Lucas's plans to plant vines on his ranch.


Mobster-Themed Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse Debuts With a Speakeasy in Early 2020
December 21, 2019

The vintage steakhouse features a secret entrance at the Flamingo.


Massive Roman Shipwreck May Have Had 200,000 Bottles' Worth of Wine Aboard
December 21, 2019

A recently discovered and mapped wreck is one of the biggest Roman-era ships ever found in the Mediterranean and took some 6,000 amphorae down with it.


UC Davis Releases 5 New Wine Grape Varieties
December 21, 2019

For the first time since the 1980s, University of California, Davis, researchers have released new varieties of wine grapes. The five new varieties, three red and two white, are highly resistant to Pierce’s disease, which costs California grape growers more than $100 million a year.


Southern Wine Culture Thrives on Imported Grapes and Homegrown Hospitality
December 21, 2019

In the last several years, a distinctly Southern wine scene has emerged, bringing urban wineries, tasting events, and destination wine bars to Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.


Chef Todd English Returns to Las Vegas With a Food Hall
December 19, 2019

The legend of Todd English moves to Area15, where he opens a food hall in 2020.


Meet the New Icebar, Complete With an Interactive Vegas Golden Knights Zone
December 19, 2019

Now open at the Linq Promenade, Icebar features a fireplace setting, and more are made from ice.


Wine Industry PR Legend Jim Caudill Dies at 69
December 19, 2019

The marketing and public relations expert represented some of California's biggest wine names over the span of three decades.


This Vending Machine Dispenses Champagne Bottles of Miller High Life
December 19, 2019

On Wednesday night, Miller High Life jump-started the holiday season by offering its limited-edition Champagne beer bottles in custom vending machines.


David Chang’s Majordomo Opens at Palazzo in Time for the New Year
December 14, 2019

Table-side carts and crustacean tanks are on the way


Sparkling Sake Is Making Its Case as a Specialty, Food-Friendly Option
December 14, 2019

Sparkling sake, once viewed as a sweet, low-alcohol, low-quality brew, is experiencing a small yet significant renaissance.


How to Pair Whisky and Pie
December 14, 2019

When it comes to food and beverage pairing, dessert has always gotten short shrift.


Visiting Texas Hill Country Wineries using the Christmas Wine Affair Passport
December 14, 2019

Gina used the Christmas Wine Affair passport to visit more Texas Hill Country wineries


Heaven Hill And Its Everlasting Whiskey Legacy
December 14, 2019

There is a major whiskey distillery in Kentucky from which you’ve likely tried one of their brands at one time or another, be it at home or at a bar or perhaps passed around at a party. Names like Elijah Craig, Evan Williams, Bernheim, Henry McKenna, Mellow Corn and Rittenhouse are among some of the most popular bargain, mid-shelf and premium American whiskeys out there, but unless you know your domestic spirits well, or at least take the time to read the back label, you don’t likely know all of these herald from Heaven Hill.


CraftHaus Further Enlivens Downtown’s Beer Scene
December 14, 2019

In a bright Arts District space with a smattering of outdoor seating, CraftHaus Brewery has joined the burgeoning ranks of the Downtown beer scene.


Constellation Seeks New Buyer for Paul Masson Brandy
December 14, 2019

Constellation Brands will no longer sell Paul Masson brandy to E&J Gallo Winery as part of a deal to offload 30 drinks brands after “competitive concerns” from a government agency.


Aria Chefs Spent Three Weeks Building This Gingerbread House
December 12, 2019

The house in the resort’s lobby features 400 pounds of gingerbread


The Return of Japan’s Female Sake Brewers
December 12, 2019

Pushed out of brewing more than a century ago, they’re making a comeback.


Top 7 Dive Bars to Visit in Fort Worth, Texas
December 12, 2019

It’s no secret that Texas harbors plenty of cities that are nationally acknowledged for their nightlife and mixology prowess.


The Weird, Drunken History of SantaCon. And How Bartenders Deal with It. Or Don’t.
December 12, 2019

Every year, as the holidays roll around, so too do the hordes of drunken Santas in major cities across the globe.


Beverly Hills Sommelier Cristie Norman Is ‘Kind of Obsessed’ With Pinot Noir and Sour Beer
November 26, 2019

When Cristie Norman registered to take the Court of Master Sommeliers Introductory Exam, it posed a peculiar problem for the educational body. Candidates must be 21 to register, but Norman was only 20 and wanted to take the test just a few days after her 21st birthday.

After some administrative wrangling, she was able to sit for the exam on her preferred date. She completed the paper in five minutes and passed.


A Two-Story Beer Garden Arrives at Ellis Island in December
November 26, 2019

The long-awaited beer garden and restaurant at Ellis Island gets ready to open on Friday, December 6. The Front Yard offers two levels with an entertainment venue, casual brewpub atmosphere, bar, and full-service restaurant showcasing Ellis family favorite recipes such as house-cured bacon and brisket as well as dishes incorporating craft beers from its own Ellis Island Brewery. Of course, The Front Yard plans to pour beers straight from Ellis Island Brewery on a seasonal rotation.


14 Bars That Changed Cocktails Forever in America
November 26, 2019

The places that pulled the US out of the dark ages of drinking.


Why Brewers and Retailers Are Turning to Smoked Beer
November 26, 2019

In an increasingly IPA-centric beer world, brewers are finding success with smoked beer


Charleston Is One of the Best Cities in America to Drink Right Now
November 26, 2019

Viewed from afar, there’s an assumption that the American South is homogenous when it comes to food and drink culture. Many visitors expect Mint Juleps, biscuits, fried chicken, and brisket wherever they go, heedless of the specialties of their actual destinations. Adding insult to injury, many wineries and importers seem to ignore the region, making outdated and sweeping generalizations about a rapidly changing and dynamic wine scene.


Beyond Beaujolais: The Short, Happy Lives of Europe’s Other Nouveau Wines
November 25, 2019

Love it or hate it, the third Thursday of November means that it’s time once again for Beaujolais Nouveau, the “new wine” from Beaujolais that famously hits the shelves just a couple of months after the annual grape harvest.


Here’s Why Shiraz Is the Most Popular Red Wine in Australia
November 25, 2019

Australians take their drinks — alcoholic and not — seriously.


Fat Tire Brewer New Belgium is Latest to Sell in Craft-Beer Buying Bonanza
November 25, 2019

Employee-owned Colorado brewery plans to sell for undisclosed price to Lion, which is owned by Japanese company Kirin


VSiN and Lewis & Clark Brewing Co. Launch Exclusive New Beer: BookMaker Blonde Ale
November 25, 2019

VSiN (Vegas Stats & Information Network) the first network dedicated to sports betting information and Lewis & Clark Brewing Company are excited to welcome the newest blonde in Vegas: BookMaker Blonde Ale. Distributed by Nevada Beverage Company, this golden ale will be available at exclusive locations in the Las Vegas area starting with the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa, the D Hotel and Casino and the Golden Gate Hotel and Casino.


Michelin Guide acquires The Wine Advocate
November 25, 2019

The Michelin Guide has acquired longstanding wine newsletter The Wine Advocate in its entirety, it has been announced.


Gallo Continues Premium Drive With Pahlmeyer Purchase
November 21, 2019

Californian wine giant E&J Gallo has acquired Napa Valley’s acclaimed Pahlmeyer Winery, including its two brands Pahlmeyer and Jayson by Pahlmeyer, boosting its premium portfolio which includes Orin Swift, J Vineyards and Talbott.


PBR’s 99-Pack is Back and Finally Available in the U.S.
November 21, 2019

Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR), the company believed by the American Beer Museum to have invented the six-pack, has come up with an even more ingenious, albeit harder to carry, form of beer packaging — the 99-pack.


Bacardi Acquires Stillhouse
November 21, 2019

Bacardi Limited on Nov. 15 acquired all the assets of Stillhouse, LLC.

Bacardi made an initial investment in Stillhouse in 2014 and has provided additional funding and strategic support to the company through the years. This acquisition brings the brand fully into the Bacardi portfolio.


Sommelier Roundtable: What's Your Go-To Thanksgiving Wine?
November 21, 2019

Turkey dinner for a crowd can be daunting to pair with wine. Here's what 12 wine pros reach for


Mob Museum Making its Legal Moonshine Business a Success
November 21, 2019

The Mob Museum is branching out into the wholesale liquor business.

The Downtown Las Vegas attraction began selling its corn mash moonshine product at Lee’s Discount Liquor stores in mid-October.


This Is How You Build the Bar with the Largest Tequila and Mezcal Collection in the United States
November 15, 2019

In a city like Las Vegas, with its 24-hour bars, yard-long Daiquiris and casino lounges by cocktail legends Tony Abou-Ganim and Sam Ross, a new bar claiming the largest agave spirits collection in the U.S. seems de rigueur. But even here, the new Mama Rabbit in Park MGM stands out. The reason? Bricia Lopez.


Bob Dylan’s Heaven’s Door Releases New Whiskey
November 15, 2019

Bob Dylan’s Heaven’s Door Spirits has announced the first expression of its limited-edition Bootleg Series, a 26-year old whisky finished in Japanese Mizunara Oak barrels.


Lisa Pfenning of BACARDÍ Talks About the Brand’s Heritage and History
November 15, 2019

BACARDÍ is one of the most iconic spirits brands in the world.

The rum house has been around for more than 150 years, and it continues to push innovation with each passing decade. To learn more about how BACARDÍ celebrates its heritage and history, we chatted with Lisa Pfenning, the Vice President Americas, BACARDÍ Rum Portfolio.


Hendrick’s Moves Into Absinthe
November 15, 2019

Gin brand Hendrick’s has entered a new spirit category for the first time with the launch of a “modern” absinthe, featuring the brand’s signature flavours of rose and cucumber.


24/7 Raiders Bar & Grill coming to M Resort
November 13, 2019

In an interview Wednesday, M Resort general manager Hussain Mahrous said plans for the new restaurant are in preliminary stages, with the concept, menu and even the final name to be determined. He did say, though, that it will be staffed by the resort’s culinary team, will be open 24/7 and will be in a new space at the M.


The Top 10 Wines of 2019 Reveal Begins!
November 13, 2019

Each year, Wine Spectator releases its Top 100 list, highlighting what our editors thought were the most exciting wines from the thousands we reviewed that year.


Interview: A New Era at Champagne Taittinger
November 13, 2019

Champagne lovers may see new a Taittinger cuvée emerge from a generational shift at the house, according to incoming president Vitalie Taittinger, who also spoke about the climate change challenge.


At the Frontier of Winemaking, a New Talent Leads the Way
November 13, 2019

In Mexico’s Baja region, the Bordeaux-trained winemaker Lourdes Martinez Ojeda crafts wines that establish her homeland as vital to the global culinary stage.


Anheuser-Busch Buys Total Control of Portland’s Craft Brew Alliance for $220 Million
November 13, 2019

Three months ago the macrobrewer rejected a much pricier deal for the Portland company, which became prominent thanks to Widmer Hefe, an American version of the German hefeweizen.


5 Descriptors Wine Professionals Avoid
November 12, 2019

How sommeliers adapt the language of wine to better serve their customers


The Best New Spirit Releases from October 2019
November 12, 2019

We’re moving further into the fall season with some warming expressions that are perfect for holiday entertaining.


10 Things You Should Know About Don Q Rum
November 12, 2019

Don Q, a multigenerational family rum brand, prides itself on its Puerto Rican roots. The label, produced by Destilería Serrallés since 1865, claims such local titles as the oldest operating distillery in Puerto Rico, as well as the island’s best-selling rum.

In 2006, Don Q became available in the contiguous U.S., and it’s been gaining momentum among premium rum drinkers ever since. Read on for eight more things you should know about Don Q.


Elio Debuts High-End Mexican Cuisine at Encore in 2020
November 12, 2019

The Mexican restaurant comes from the names behind Pujol, Cosme, and Atla


East German Sparkling Wine Thrives 30 Years After Berlin Wall's Fall
November 12, 2019

Only a few East German companies survived the newly competitive market they faced after Germany's reunification, but one exception is Rotkappchen sparkling wine, Sofia Lotto Persio writes.


How to LAVO Party Brunch Right
November 9, 2019

Fall has arrived in Las Vegas, and let’s be real: It’s nice to have this little pause after pool season. Once the temperature drops below 90, we have a built-in excuse to break out a new wardrobe and take the festivities indoors for LAVO Party Brunch.


London’s Best New Bourbon, Rum House and Whisky Bar Are Here to Help You Forget Brexit
November 9, 2019

Whether it’s premium whisky, bourbon, rum, or even some dirt you’re after, London has a glass of it waiting for you.


Dom Pérignon is Proud to Announce the Appointment of Lenny Kravitz as Creative Director
November 9, 2019

In the collaboration's first year, Kravitz takes on this role through the lens of photographer, shooting an inspiring collection of photographs for "Assemblage", his photo exhibition inspired by Dom Pérignon.


Here’s the Latest On Bud Light’s Hard Seltzer
November 9, 2019

With the hard seltzer category surpassing $1 billion in sales this year alone, and predictions that the category could reach $3 billion in sales over the next three years, there truly is a rush to get products on the market.


Heaven Hill Unveils $17.5 Million Expansion at Bourbon Heritage Center
November 9, 2019

Heaven Hill Distillery has announced the completion of a $17.5 million expansion including new tasting rooms, interactive experiences, and more at their Bourbon Heritage Center in Bardstown, Kentucky.


Gordon Ramsay Goes Asian for His Sixth Las Vegas Restaurant
November 7, 2019

He brings London’s Lucky Cat to the Las Vegas Strip in 2020


Nielsen Launches Restaurant Tracking Tool in US
November 7, 2019

Nielsen CGA, the on-trade arm of the data analytics firm, has launched a tool that will allow restaurants in the US to track their weekly performance against their local market.


UK Distillery Uses Artificial Intelligence to Make Gin
November 7, 2019

Circumstance Distillery in Bristol has launched what it claims is the world’s first gin developed using artificial intelligence.


Switzerland Is The Next Hot Wine Destination You Need To Visit
November 7, 2019

Switzerland is famous for its chocolate and cheeses, but it may surprise many people to know that the country has a thriving wine industry as well. Sadly, most of us will never get to indulge in savoring a Swiss vintage because (thanks to its small production volume and thirsty citizens) less than 2% of the country’s wine is ever exported. That means that if you want to experience the bounty of one of Europe’s tastiest wine regions, you’ll pretty much have to go there yourself.


San Francisco's Star-Powered Spin-Offs
November 6, 2019

San Francisco chefs have been influential in defining the modern restaurant scene, and they are constantly evolving within it. The three venues profiled here are offshoots from well-regarded chefs who are serving a taste of their cuisine in a more casual setting than their fine-dining flagships. These spots masquerade as wine bars, but the food is still ambitious. Guests can go for a quick bite and a drink or partake in a full gastronomic experience with great wine to match.


Say So Long to Sky-High Pastrami Sandwiches on the Strip
November 6, 2019

Carnegie Deli calls it quits in 2020


5 Craft Beer Trends to Watch
November 6, 2019

Brewers and other beer experts discuss emerging craft categories at the Great American Beer Festival 2019


Bordeaux Wine Fired Into Space to Test Ageing
November 6, 2019

Twelve bottles of Bordeaux wine have been rocketed to the International Space Station so that researchers can see how the extreme conditions affect ageing.


Celebrities Aren’t Just Endorsing Spirits Anymore, They’re Making Them
November 6, 2019

Celebrities endorsing spirits brands is a longstanding tradition, but something relatively new has changed the relationship between celebrity and spirits. Many are no longer content to just film some commercials and cash a check, but instead are looking to establish their own brands, or at a minimum to have far more creative input on the finished product.

No longer are celebrity brands viewed as an attempt to cash in on name recognition, but in fact some of them are among the best offerings within their given categories.


The Palms Closes Its Nightclub and Pool Party Less Than Eight Months In
November 5, 2019

Kaos closes while the resort reassesses


Dine Like a VIP with These Secret Menu Items in Las Vegas
November 5, 2019

Head to these eight restaurants on the Strip for secret menu items


Many North Coast Wine Grapes Had Been Picked Before Kincade Fire
November 5, 2019

The 2019 North Coast wine grape harvest came in for a harrowing landing as the massive Kincade wildfire prompted evacuations of large areas of Sonoma County, but by that time most all the crop around the region was already in winery tanks.


French Wine Fights Back in China
November 5, 2019

As trade war clouds gather, France's winemakers are looking to revive an old love affair.


Robb Recommends: Glenfiddich’s New Grand Cru Offers 23 Years of Smooth
November 5, 2019

The signature notes of a Glenfiddich are layered with pear, sandalwood and even apple blossom.


Kentucky Now Has More Barrels of Bourbon Than People
November 4, 2019

Kentucky has certainly had a lot to celebrate this month and has plenty of booze to do so.

On Wednesday, the Kentucky Distillers’ Association (KDA) tweeted that Kentucky now has more barrels of bourbon and aging spirits than people.


Healdsburg Winery Holds Tastings 1 Week After it was Mostly Destroyed by Kincade Fire
November 4, 2019

A historic winery in Healdsburg that was mostly destroyed by the Kincade Fire is demonstrating the resilience of Sonoma County.

Soda Rock Winery held tastings in its barn, one week after most of the 150-year-old property was destroyed by the Kincade Fire.


Three New Lounges to Try in Las Vegas Right Now
November 4, 2019

Plus a dome now covers Kaos.


Connecticut Brings Beer to Vineyards, Wine to Breweries
November 4, 2019

A new law in Connecticut will allow breweries to offer Connecticut-produced wine and vineyards to sell Connecticut-produced beer starting in 2020.


California's Temecula Valley AVA Climbing in Stature
November 4, 2019

About midway between Los Angeles and San Diego lies Temecula, Calif., an AVA with fewer than 50 wineries that has nevertheless risen to such stature among oenophiles that some say it's the next Napa Valley, Jeff Harder writes.


Events
DC CHOCOLATE, WINE & WHISKEY FESTIVAL

Saturday, February 8, 2020
Washington, DC
https://chocolatewinewhiskey.com/city-events/washington-dc-chocolate-wine-whiskey-festival/


PITTSBURGH CHOCOLATE, WINE & WHISKEY FESTIVAL

Saturday, February 15, 2020
Pittsburgh, PA
https://chocolatewinewhiskey.com/city-events/pittsburgh-chocolate-wine-whiskey-festival-2/


BROOKLYN CHOCOLATE, WINE & WHISKEY FESTIVAL

Saturday, March 7, 2020
Brooklyn, NY
https://chocolatewinewhiskey.com/city-events/brooklyn-chocolate-wine-whiskey-festival/


PHILLY CHOCOLATE, WINE & WHISKEY FESTIVAL

Saturday, March 28, 2020
Philadelphia, PA
https://chocolatewinewhiskey.com/city-events/philly-chocolate-wine-whiskey-festival-2-2/