Old Tom Horan Blended Irish Whiskey

Light golden in color with a nose of dried apricot, apple, toast, with hints of spice. A gentle mouthfeel that has a fruity, full bodied but delightfully soft taste with a great balance of sweet and spice. Hints of spice, nuts, and sweet grain intertwine at mid palate. The finish is sweet with a slight

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White Burgundy on a Budget

An oenophile’s dream, Burgundy is so much fun to explore! Though the region can seem daunting to the unfamiliar, its complexity is based on many tiers of classification (damn you, Napoleonic Code), and makes total sense the more you learn and taste. Burgundy is a very important wine region, setting the standard of excellence world-wide for

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Italian Promo

Italy’s complex wine region is enough to make even the most seasoned sommelier shudder with fear, though the incredibly diverse wine and food culture makes the energy required to explore completely worth it. The most important regions in the country for wine and tourism can be found in the North, such as Piedmont, Tuscany, Alto Adige, and Veneto. Though these

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8 Rosès You Need to Try This Summer

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed the wine world has gotten a bit rosier over the last few years. Rosè has risen from the proverbial ashes of White Zinfandel like a boozy phoenix and is changing the face of the entire wine industry. This newfound love for rosè started a few

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