Nearly 600,000 gallons (2.3 million liters) of red wine flooded the streets of Anadia, Portugal after storage tanks at a winery burst open.
Konstantin Baum opened and tasted a Burmester port wine that was 159 years old, bottled in 1863, and found that it was still good.
Joseph's Machines built a complex Rube Goldberg machine with hammers and a rubber chicken to pass wine across a really long table.
A rescued black cat named Betty helps out customers and employees of the Liquor Barn in Oklahoma City where she lives.
Renowned New York City Sommelier Explains the Importance of Using the Right Glass to Best Enjoy Wine
Renowned NYC sommelier André Hueston Mack explains the importance of using the right glass for best enjoying different wines.
NYC sommelier André Hueston Mack tasted the exact same wine at five different ages, moving backward from 2016 to 1978.
New York City Sommelier Humorously Offers Helpful Advice About the Best Wines to Pair With Fast Food
Sommelier André Hueston Mack quite humorously offered advice about the correct wine pairings with different types of fast food.
Mike Boyd, who is on a mission to teach himself new things at all times, learned how to use heated port tongs to open a bottle of port wine.
Dr. Erica Brozovsky, PhD of Otherwords, digs into the etymological origins of the names for traditional alcoholic drinks.
A pair of hydrophilic orange kitten brothers adorably knock over every glass of water in their humans' household.