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Launched in 2021, el VINO blends a Californian spirit with a Valle de Guadalupe wine, everyday ease with an elevated aesthetic, high fashion with terroir grapes. The wine is produced in the Mexican wine region of Baja California by Lulu, who is the fourth generation of winemakers in her family. She blends her family’s history in winemaking with her fifteen years honing her craft whilst living and working at the Chateau Brane-Cantenac in Margaux, alongside a philosophy of low intervention, resulting in wines that contrast freshness and acidity with strength and sophistication.
Wherevere you are in the world this is an important article to better understand what is potentially going on in the mind of many young city dwellers while they grapple with the pandemics mental toll.
In this episode of the “VinePair Podcast,” hosts Adam Teeter, Joanna Sciarrino, and Zach Geballe look into the ongoing trend of one-offs in craft beer. The industry is constantly releasing new projects, limited releases, and seasonal beers. But why are special-edition brews so pervasive in the world of craft beer? From short consumer attention spans to brewers’ cravings for endless creativity, our hosts give their two cents on the impetus for this widespread trend.
2 Chainz tries ‘Luxury ice’ that is “slow melting”, individually carved and has no taste. It’s available for $325 for a pack of 50 cubes, or you can get four shipments in a year for $1,000. Ever wonder how the one percent spend their wealth? Rap star 2 Chainz shares your curiosity. Most Expensivest, as the title suggests, takes viewers on a journey to find the most outrageously priced luxury goods in the world.