While Napa Valley deserves to be mentioned on any short list of the country’s top wine destinations, there are several other destinations nationwide that are worthy of merit.
An electrical fire sparked a frenzy during Mother’s Day festivities at La Casa Narcisi Winery in West Deer.
Starbucks plans to turn more of its cafes into a destination for beer and wine in the evenings.
Like soup and sandwich, mom and apple pie, refreshments and movies are inseparable.
Make plans to attend eat. drink. Pittsburgh Saturday, February 8 and enjoy a culinary escape and sample food and spirits from around Pittsburgh.
If you’re going to spend your money, might as well spend it on something useful. Check out these awesome vineyards that you would actually be able to afford. Who doesn’t love some good wine?
A new study finds many wine-drinkers pour about 12-percent more than a normal serving and don’t realize it.
More than 100 state wine and spirit stores will either open two hours earlier, or close two hours later.
With hundreds of bars in the heart of the city and its nearby neighborhoods, Pittsburgh may be best-known as a drinking town, but these very watering holes also offer some of the city’s best bites.
Senators are getting a lot to consider during the third and final Senate committee hearing on proposals to liberalize the sale of beer, wine and liquor.
When you think grape vineyards, most think California. But this vineyard is just one of 170 in Pennsylvania, including 17 in southwestern Pa., the fastest growing part of the state for wineries.
Police say a southwestern Pennsylvania man who didn’t succeed in robbing a liquor store in 2004 should have thought twice about trying again to rob the same store earlier this month.
The Pennsylvania House will begin debate on the campaign to privatize the state’s system of state-owned liquor stores today.
For decades, Pennsylvanians have bought bottles of wine and liquor from one of the state’s 600 wine and spirits stores and cases of beer from their local distributor, but all that could change.
The Mediterranean Diet has been around for some time, but Spanish research published Monday in the New England Journal of Medicine claims a 30 percent reduction in heart disease, primarily strokes, compared to those favoring a low-fat diet.