We are fortunate to work with and learn from some of the smartest and most accomplished people in our industry. Whether they're talking about beer, wine, and spirits or a special event in our community, we're excited to share their expertise and knowledge with you!
Olivier Masmondet - Maison Louis Jadot
Maison Louis Jadot has been making wine in Burgundy since 1859. Export Manager and Master Sommelier Olivier Masmondet shares some of the vin...
Wine Passport - Loire Valley Region
It's time to travel! Grab your #WinePassport & visit some of the world's best known wine regions. This week is the Loire Valley Region...
Joel Gott Wines
Joel Gott makes wine that he likes to drink. Clean, well-made, balanced wine, that not only pairs well with food but is vibrant and lets you...
Wine Passport - Champagne Region
It's time to travel! Grab your WinePassport & visit some of the world's best known wine regions. This week is the Champagne Region of France...
Brewery Collaborations - Rhinegeist Brewery
What is the benefit of craft breweries collaborating on projects together?
National Mint Julep Day
May 30th is National Mint Julep Day. Just what is in this refreshing summer cocktail?
National Wine Day
May 21st is National Wine Day! To celebrate there's one wine that stands out more than any other...
Great Lakes Brewing Co.
A member of craft beer's fabled "Class of '88" Great Lakes Brewing Co. is Ohio's oldest craft brewery.
National Mimosa Day
Typically made with Champagne and orange juice there are some great variations to this classic cocktail!
May 9th is National Moscato Day. Raise a glass to one of the oldest varieties of grapes in the world!
Selective Brewing - Rhinegeist Brewery
Why isn't every beer a brewery brews a year round offering?
Between the calcareous soils and sloped vineyards, Schmitt-Söhne Wines produces world renown Rieslings and Pinot Noirs.
What wine is best choice of race fans when enjoying the Kentucky Derby?
Beer Laboratory - Rivertown Brewery & Barrel House
Rivertown Brewery has an on site lab at its facility. What exactly does it do?
Are there differences in wine designations between the "Old World" and the "New World?"