These canned mimosas are crafted with premium Brut sparkling wine from the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York and real orange juice. They contain no added sugar and no artificial flavors. 5% ABV. Suggested retail is $14-$16 per 6-pack. AVAILABLE FROM Blueprint Brands and Seaboard Products Company.
This Italian sparkling rosé wine has aromas and flavors of almonds, lemon chiffon, ripe apples, and summer peach with a silky, vibrant, fruity light body. Organic, vegan, and a Non-GMO Project verified wine. Suggested retail is $13.99. AVAILABLE FROM Trio Wine Company.
These two brews are now available. An unfiltered white ale with a signature blend of 10 spices, Cold Snap has a new and enhanced recipe. To lighten the body, brewers modified the ratio of the spices: orange zest, vanilla, lemon zest, coriander, rose hips, hibiscus, powdered plum, grains of paradise,... Read More
The latest evolution of the Belgian-style golden ale has been released. Named to honor the rich tradition of farming in the sixteen counties of Maine, it is made with 100% Maine-grown and processed grain and brewed with 2-Row Malted Barley from Maine Malt House and Blue Ox Malthouse, Raw Wheat... Read More
The first Prosecco to be released from Josh has fresh acidity and a touch of sweetness from the ripe fruit. Aromas of pear, green apples and citrus. Suggested retail is $14-$17. AVAILABLE FROM Ruby Wines and United Liquors.
This canned tequila cocktail line includes Margarita, Paloma and Watermelon Margarita varieties. All are made with 100 percent blue weber agave blanco tequila and fresh lime juice. 12.5% ABV. Suggested retail per 4-pack of 6.8-ounce cans is $12.99. AVAILABLE FROM United Liquors.
By SANDY BLOCK, MW As recent years have seen a vast increase in people following a vegan discipline, the question often arises: Which wines taste best with this dietary alternative? Pairing vegan dishes is uncharted waters for many wine pro’s. In my experience though, it’s as inaccurate to suggest one... Read More
By HARVEY FINKEL Everyone likes fizz. That’s clear from the hundreds of millions of bottles of bubbly wine made, sold, drunk, and splashed about in celebratory mania worldwide. Some is plonk, but here and there are pockets of production of high-quality Champagne-method (now usually called classical-method) sparkling wine, some that... Read More
By PINK LADY Here we are in February, the longest short month on the New England calendar. If you’ve been abstaining for dry January, welcome back! We’ll usher you into the fold with an easy drinking classic from the Sex in the City era, the French Martini, a.k.a. Flirtini –... Read More