Friendly Spirits

(914)835-3222 355 Halstead Avenue
Harrison, NY 10528-3727
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  • Have you added Cognac to your regular spirits rotation?  If you’ve hesitated because you think it’s too fancy or stodgy, let me stop you right there. Cognac starts out as grapes, most often Ugni Blanc that are distilled twice. It’s a brandy that originates in the town of Cognac in France and it’s produced using some of the oldest and strictest q... Read More

    From the article Cognac is the versatile spirit you should be drinking.


  • Retailers report, and empirical evidence demonstrates, that Valentine's Day can be one of the busiest holidays for the wine and spirits business. Wine menu planning is a fun exercise but sometimes the rigors of workaday reality get in the way of our good time. And when it comes to wine, price doesn’t need to indicate how much you care. Wine is o... Read More

    From the article Eleventh Hour Valentine's Day Wines


  • Have you been drowning in rosé? For most of us it’s a summertime guarantee. Gratefully, the majority of rosé have something unique to share. Endless combinations of grapes, production methods, climate and terroir make variety possible. The funny thing is that once fall hits rosé is soon forgotten. It’s a curious circumstance to me; both fall and... Read More

    From the article Summer Rose for Fall & Winter Pairings


  • Do you clink the wine glasses while drinking with friends or loved ones.Some claim it was originally meant to drive away demons. Others believe the idea was to slosh a little bit of wine into your drinking partner’s glass—that way, he couldn’t poison you without risking dying himself.What do you think is the story behind this tradition? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Clinking the wine glasses


  • I was wondering how many forum members plan to watch the Superbowl this Sunday (05 Feb 2017) and of that subset, will anyone be drinking beer instead of wine? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Superbowl 51 - Wine or Beer?


  • ProWein, the annual wine and spirits fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, is the high water mark for wine brands, regions, and drinkers worldwide. Nearly every wine producing area you’ve ever heard of (or not heard of) is represented at this event. The event is so huge that it should have its own postal code. This is one of those rare instances in life ... Read More

    From the article We Know Where To Find The World's Best Wines


  • A friend recommended I check out Avec, a little hot spot on a different side of town, though only a few miles from where I was staying. I got in there, and it was completely packed on a Monday night. Crazy! I tried to sit down at the bar, but I was promptly told that the hostess was using that seat, so I squeezed myself out of the place and went... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Two Days in Chicago


  • Here for business, but finding the time to work in some wine escapades. Last year I met several Chicago wine people at a Burgundy tasting, and earlier this year some more at La Paulee. So on short notice I decided to let them all know I was coming to town, and luckily I got a good tip on an excellent restaurant near my hotel, Nico Osteria. Have ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Two Days in Chicago


  • There’s nothing like a vineyard owned by generations of the same family; or is there? The Globe and Mail wine reporter Beppi Crosariol tackled the theory this past week as some of Europe’s greatest wine families met in Toronto for an upper-crust wine tasting.  “Do families make better wines? It’s a romantic notion and one that mom and pop produc... Read More

    From the article Canadian Paper Explores Legacies of Family-Owned Vineyards


  • When Fess Parker purchased his 714-acre ranch back in 1987, he had a vision for the future of his family and Santa Barbara County wine country as a whole. He pictured multiple generations of the family producing wines that would express the terroir of the land he so loved and believed in. An outgoing and hospitable man, he also dreamed of owning... Read More

    From the article 25 Years of Santa Barbara Winemaking at Fess Parker Winery


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