For those of us who have leftover Champagne
A cake a day, all month long. You ready?
In praise of the bygone apéritif
Make 10 of our favorite drinks from our latest #f52contest, holiday cocktail edition.
We've scoured the web, found our favorite food blog posts, and now we're bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it.
Because even Champagne can get a little *extra* glam for New Year's Eve.
You're going to need plenty of bubbles.
Kick off the new year in style.
The new year never looked so fancy.
With one hand busy (Champagne), snacks must be one-hand friendly. Challenge accepted.
You might consider it, too.
Why Champagne and chopsticks pair beautifully together—and how to work them into your holiday weekend.
A no-fancy-contraption trick for keeping the sparkle in your sparkling wine—so you don't have to worry about finishing the whole bottle in one night.
Five ingredients that play well with gin (and we're not talking about tonic).
The history of Champagne coupes -- our favorite retro-chic glassware -- is sexier than you'd think.
Popped one bottle of bubbly too many? Here's five new ways to use it in the New Year.
A last-minute, 2-ingredient DIY host gift -- or a party trick for your own New Year's celebration. Either way, you'll start 2015 making an impression.
Erik Lombardo, bar manager of Maialino and Spirit Guides columnist, shows A&M how to saber champagne.
When it comes to wine for Thanksgiving, the pressure is off. Here's how to choose wine for your Thanksgiving meal.
Indulge your inner francophile with these Bastille Day-worthy recipes.
Jelly shots grow up with rhubarb and Champagne (and gin).
Name your first collection or try one of these: