A red wine experiment, crisp Kolsch made with local hops and an Asian spin on Capri Sun helps blend the capricious modes of summer turning into fall.
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Summer drinks don’t take themselves too seriously. It’s hot out and who wants to stress about what’s in your glass? These four are both fun and cool.
Is Petit Verdot Virginia’s new flagship grape?
March notoriously swings both ways. Hold onto winter with a smoky cocktail or leap into spring with a garden-packed smoothie.
Most Virginia wineries have three things in common: a signature blend, a lovely view and a wine club. From pick-up parties to members-only bottles, here are the perks to consider before joining.
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Find booze in Falls Church and farm-fresh beer in Culpeper this autumn.
A tropical twist on a 19th-century elixir is one of the ways to drink up the summer.
Naked wine, fruit-infused moonshine and beer made with local blackberries are glasses to watch as the weather warms.
Don't fret about the weather. Embrace winter's chill with coffee, chocolate and bubbly celebrations—you can capture them all in a glass.