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We Don’t Need No Drinkin’ Ratings

When it comes down to it, the 100 point scale has no place in the wine industry. Read More »

Lights Out: When a Cigar Turns Bad

Most cigars are not faulty. But every now and then a bad one may pop up. Read More »

Ybor City: The History of Cigars in America

Ybor City is a historic district in Tampa, Florida named after Vincent Martinez Ybor, a Spaniard who immigrated to Cuba... Read More »

New Zealand: Bottle of Red, Bottle of White

For New Zealand, two wines can be considered special -- Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc. Read More »

The Wines of New Zealand

Perhaps it was the winemakers' perseverance, or the zeal that partly makes up the nation’s name, but something kept the New Zealand wine industry going. Read More »

Cigar Dave: A Man Who Knows His Snuff

He is known by several nicknames, including “The General,” “The King of Coronas,” “The Connoisseur-in-Chief,” and “The Professor of Puff.” Read More »

Make Wine, Not War

Winemaking for the DIY inclined. Read More »

Calories in Wine

Enjoy your wine without the weight gain. Read More »

Masala Chocolates: Food For the Soul

Masala chocolates make a great holiday gift for anyone who loves chocolate, otherwise known as anyone with taste buds. Read More »

Alcohol Hierarchy: The Order of Wine

Wine tasting may require a variety of things: bottles of wine, a cork screw, wine glasses, a wine tasting kit, perhaps even an English accent. Read More »