Pear and Rosemary Sangria
Forget the glass of wine this year. Pair your Thanksgiving feast with this refreshing, fall-inspired sangria. This unexpected libation is light and flora (thanks to the addition of St. Germain)l, yet embraces in-season fall produce with slices of pear and a woodsy herb—we prefer rosemary. If you have one, serve the cocktail in a clear pitcher to show off the gorgeous pear and orange slices. Then, garnish each glass with a sprig of rosemary or thyme (you can use either) for a festive, upscale touch that looks like it's straight out of a cocktail bar.
How to Pour the Perfect Pint
In preparation for St. Patrick’s Day, we hooked up with Guinness Brewery Ambassador Chris McClellan to learn how to pour the perfect pint. We’ll start with the details for pulling from the tap, just in case you find yourself behind the bar come March 17th. There are six parts to the perfect pour.
The Best Inexpensive Bottle of French Rosé, According to a Sommelier
Sip on this sommelier-approved wine in honor of Bastille Day.