The Wine Issue
Lebanese winery Chateau Muscar may have been founded in 1930, but it can count on the country’s 6,000-year-old winemaking tradition to inspire and drive them to produce quality wines.
With slanted, curved glasses and sleek stainless steel jigger and muddler, the Mojito Set, designed by world renowned Spanish mixologist, Javier de las Muelas, acts a touch of urban cool to your bar.
As an Indonesian wine producer in Victoria, Hendra Widjaja, director of Stuart Wines Co., is a rare sight in the Aussie wine industry.
Dram collectors are spoiled for choice as whisky producers now woo them with limited edition luxury bottles and malts from lost distilleries.
A high tech-wine cabinet shrunk to a portable size and a vodka that won’t leave you with a hangover.
40 Hands’ coffee-inspired craft beer is the artisanal product of a brewmaster and barista.
With a décor characterised by vintage electrical circuit boards, rubber flooring and hanging light bulbs, Bar Ampère appears more like a clandestine R&R club in a factory than a watering hole for Melbourne’s thirsty urbanites.
After having its ban officially lifted here in 2009, the controversial anise-flavoured spirit has found itself a dedicated home at Absinthe Artisan.
Move over, speakeasy-style joints. Two new bars in New York show you can attract a serious drinking crowd with a single-minded focus on artisanal bitters and tequilas.
In 1998, divers discovered 2,000 bottles of the Heidsieck Monopole 1907 in the salvaged shipwreck of The Jonkoping, a Swedish shooner, sunk in the Baltic Sea in 1916.