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Wine Education: Folklore and the Clurichaun (the Leprechaun’s Lesser-Known, Drunken Cousin)

Wine Education: Folklore and the Clurichaun (the Leprechaun’s Lesser-Known, Drunken Cousin)

If you've found that your bottles of wine have been mysteriously vanishing lately, or you've discovered that a cask that you've been saving has spontaneously sprung a leak, you just might have a disgruntled clurichaun on your hands. 
5 Reasons to get a WSET Certification (other than liking wine)

5 Reasons to get a WSET Certification (other than liking wine)

If you're interested in a wine certification of some sort, you don't have to dedicate your life to becoming a Master Sommelier. Another program, offered by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) serves up four levels of accreditation in wine, offered both in classroom settings and online. 
Wine Education: What Makes Malbec so Popular?

Wine Education: What Makes Malbec so Popular?

There's a lot to love about Malbec. If you're a recent convert or a longtime fan, here are some interesting facts about this popular red wine.
Tips on Moving Your Wine Collection from the Best Wine Store in New York City

Tips on Moving Your Wine Collection from the Best Wine Store in New York City

Moving requires a lot of planning and hard work, especially when you're caring for your prized possessions, like your wine collection.
3 Words Every Dad Loves to Hear: Boutique Irish Whiskey

3 Words Every Dad Loves to Hear: Boutique Irish Whiskey

Irish whiskey isn't for the faint of heart. It's robust, peaty, and a tad bitter, but once you taste the first sip of a truly decadent bottle, you fall in love with the melody of tastes. This Father's Day...
What Else To Do With Your Bottle of Rosé

What Else To Do With Your Bottle of Rosé

Summer in New York is synonymous with one drink: rosé. As the temperatures climb higher and higher, New Yorkers can't resist the urge to beat the heat with a cool glass of everyone's favorite pink drink—available at every wine store