1969 was a phenomenal "vintage" for rock music: Woodstock, Led Zeppelin, The Who's "Tommy" ... need we go on? So fill your glass and reminisce with us.
Learn to kick some serious glass with our quick tutorial on all things stemware.
There's a better way to crack open that bottle of bubbly this holiday season – and it doesn't involve flying corks OR making a huge mess. We'll show you how.
This may be the merriest mulled wine ever. I'll let you be the judge. It's based on a few recipes I've gathered from the Interwebs over the years ... a mashup of sweetness and spice that, as soon as you taste it, will become your go-to Yuletide sipper. Here's what you'll need: • 1 750 [...]
You can really work up a thirst Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree. No worries – we made a list (and checked it twice) of the three best kinds of wines to tip back this season, along with some solid serving advice.
Don't you think it's time you met some of rock's BIGGEST party animals? We do too. That's why (as part of our awesome relaunch) Virgin Wines has teamed up with KISS to bring you this once-in-a-lifetime chance.
This Week in Rock, 1976 … Pink Floyd proved that yes – pigs can, in fact, fly.
We’re celebrating Cabernet Franc Day! ⭐️🍇 Here's our Top 3 reasons why we think you need to be drinking more of this delicious wine (plus a bonus FRANK-themed playlist 🎶for your listening pleasure).
We want to paint it black too, Mick. But our way is much, much more delicious.
Madonna + Cardi B + Quavo = some seriously fizzy music chemistry. We’ll drink to that!
November 7, 2001: The King of Pop lights up Times Square, celebrating the SMASH success of what would become his final studio album, Invincible, at the Virgin Megastore.
How Miles Raymond from the movie Sideways feels about Merlot: “No. If anybody orders Merlot, I’m leaving. I am NOT drinking any f*ckin’ Merlot!” How WE feel about Merlot: It’s pretty much the best grape ever. (Suck it, Miles.)
If you try one grape this fall (or, re-try, if you're already in the know), it's gotta be Garnacha. And we've got our reasons ...