In recent years, Oregon has really been trying to prove that they can be known for things other than just world-class pinot noir. Their chardonnay is no exception.
The Lake Minnetonka-inspired microbrewery is a social hub for Excelsior, where, yes, you can get a beer, but you can also meet new friends and attend unique events throughout the year.
Most wine lovers have heard of Napa Valley and Sonoma, but what about the Big Woods region of Minnesota?
Build an at-home version of Copper Cow’s signature Scandinavian Grandma boozy shake.
Newcomer Painter Creek Winery & Cidery offers drinks and on-site events.
For June, try one of our columnist's favorite wines to pair with any hearty meat on the barbecue—though cabernet lovers will enjoy this all on its own.
While Minneapolis may be Minnesota’s craft beer capital, the Lake Minnetonka area is a hub in its own right, with plenty of great local options.
Go inside Hopkins’ newest hot spot for books and beer—all run by women.
For many, this grape is panned as only a sweet white wine for novices, and this is just not so.
Rioja is a large wine region in northern Spain known for great medium- and full-bodied reds made from predominantly tempranillo.