Although best known for their red wines, Italy is a geographically diverse region that harbors a wide variety of grapes. From the Italian Alps to Tuscany, wine enthusiasts will find state of the art red and white wines that perfectly compliment Italy’s wonderful food. Here are some of Vigilant’s favorite wine types from the Italian region.
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When most people think about pairing alcohol and cigars, they think of spirits like brandy, rum, and whiskey. But there are various varieties of wine that make excellent accompaniments to cigars.
Whatever your style, whether it’s traditional, rustic, modern or contemporary, decorating with elements you love can help you achieve your unique custom looking wine cellar.
Whether you’re just cultivating your wine knowledge or you’re a seasoned, wine-loving expert with a cornucopia of adjectives at the ready like “leathery” and “dark berry”, a wine tasting party is a great way to mix up your entertaining game at home.
Filtered cigars are a widely available option for seasoned enthusiasts looking to expand their palette, as well as cigar lovers who are new to the hobby. Attitudes on filtered cigars are cloudy because they are often considered synonymous with cigarettes, cigarillos, and little cigars.
Vigilant is proud to be a part of the Echo Lake Country Club’s effort to update their clubhouse, and sends congrats to the team at JBD and JGA for the Golf Inc. Clubhouse of the Year 2021 winning entry!
Vegan wine is fast becoming a talking point globally. Find out what makes wine vegan, how winemakers change their processes, and what to look out for.
Whether you’re a novice or pro, here are three wine storage considerations to keep in mind – from the experts at Vigilant!
Vintage wines are usually sold for higher prices than non-vintages, but is that justified? Find out how the timeline of wine production influences cost.