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Superior Beverage Group, 31031 Diamond Parkway in Solon, has partnered with Cigar City Brewing of Tampa, Fla.
The spirits world has been on fire over the past decade.
The holiday season is in full swing now and many Valley residents are planning their holiday parties and New Year’s Eve celebrations.
The holidays are a wonderful time, with families and friends gathering for evenings of fun and food. In most households, these gatherings include some adult beverages, especially wine when it comes time to sit down to the holiday dinner table.
The father-son team behind Trumbull County’s first brewery since Prohibition bring a perfect combination of smarts and skills.
Santa Margherita is one of the most recognizable
A trip to Portland, Ore., inspired Celina Wolfe and Travis Romine to do something different here in the Mahoning Valley.
What goes well with a great burger? A great, cold beer you say. Well, at Crooked Tongue Brewing you get the best of both worlds.
Treasure Hunter wines has developed one of the largest cult followings of any label in the United States.
I’ve been writing the Drinks column now for almost five years, and I’ve really enjoyed sharing my wine selections and adventures with everyone in the Mahoning Valley. I’m equally excited for the opportunity to begin exploring spirits and cocktails with my readers.
The Ohio Grape Industries Committee (OGIC) kicked off its Ohio Wine Month celebration at an evening event at the Ohio Statehouse.
Value is a term that is tossed around freely in the wine world these days, maybe a little too
There are so many amazing wines to taste and high-quality experiences to enjoy when visiting Napa these days.
Cavalier Distributing has been offering great craft beer to the Valley from the finest breweries across the U.S. — and throughout the worldsince 1992. The company offers craft beers from some of the finest breweries across the U.S. — and throughout the world.
Our Valley is blessed with many excellent, locally owned places to enjoy wine and food. In fact, as I travel the country, I’m often struck by just how well we have it compared to other metropolitan areas our size.
The holiday season is in full swing now and many Valley residents are planning their holiday parties and New Year’s Eve celebrations. For many, this means the annual purchase of Champagne and Sparkling Wine from around the world.
The terrible images of the wine country wildfires have reached all corners of the globe. I have received dozens of calls, texts and emails from Valley residents with questions about specific wineries or subregions of Napa, Sonoma or Mendocino counties. People feel a strong connection to the wineries they visit and wines they enjoy when returning home.
The pairing of wine and food is one of the world’s oldest traditions, and no country embraces the tradition more than Italy.
If you’re planning a trip to California wine country for harvest this year or just knocking the trip off of your “bucket list” make sure you budget some time to explore Sonoma County.
This is the third in a series of five articles chronicling my trip to Australia and New Zealand wine country. Today’s article focuses on Australia’s most well-known and historic region: The Barossa Valley.