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Here’s where to turn when friends are coming over for oyster night and you want to make sure everything is set. We’ve got you covered with the top wines to pop, plus how to shuck and source the best shellfish. From the story behind mysterious oyster shells in the vineyard, to eating like a seaside local, here’s everything you need to know.
There are more than 400 spaces within the United States National Park Service system. While the pastimes of wine drinking and park roaming may seem like an unlikely pair, they actually go quite well together. Here’s our mini-guide to making it happen.
There seems to be an understanding among people who have visited Italy. Go once or dozens of times, and the essence becomes clear: eating and drinking like the Italians is the ultimate lifestyle. While the people of the world, the US in particular, have adopted (and adapted) some aspects of Italian cuisine readily, the delight of aperitivo might be the most delicious score.
The lifestyle of the coastal grandmother is so tempting for this time of year that we got a bit into the vibe. Here are some of the most inspiring resources and outlets for nailing the walk-on-the-beach tone, even for those of us that can’t be on the coast right now. As for the wine, it's all about crisp whites and rosé.
As summer rolls in, we are thinking about eating fresh food, enjoying it outside, and washing it down with a chilled and refreshing bottle of poppable wine. The perfect spot? Rustic picnic table lobster roll shacks. Here’s a list of some of our favorite haunts where the kids can run around and we can BYO wine from the cooler or rental house fridge.
Whether sailing on the lake or hiking through the forest, one thing’s for sure: you’re going to need some juice for your adventure. We’ve rounded up five tips on how to incorporate wine into all of your outdoor escapes. Simply pop, pour, and enjoy the best that nature has to offer.
Sort out the perfect rosés for your next warm weather case of wine by thinking about how you’ll use it and when you’ll drink it. To get some advice we asked Meghan, manager of Verve Wine’s store in Pacific Heights in San Francisco, what rosé she’s got in her wine fridge this season. Get her inspo here.