Have you ever heard someone talk about “legs” in wine? What are they and what do they say about what’s in your glass? Haskell's Chairman and CEO Jack Farrell is here with those answers and more in the edition of Quick Pours.
Are you interested in aging wine? That makes you less than one-percent of the wine-buying public since more than 99-percent of wine is drank the year it is made. In this edition of Quick Pours, Haskell's Chairman and CEO Jack Farrell will give you some pointers on the proper way to age wine.
You’ve probably heard the common phrase, “a glass a day keeps the doctor away,” in reference to the health benefits of drinking wine in moderation each day. And while that may sound a little far-fetched, there is some truth behind the tale. In this edition of Quick Pours, Haskell's Chairman and CEO Jack Farrell will give you a brief history lesson on how wine got its sterling reputation.
Are you looking for a new drink to spice up your repertoire? In this edition of Quick Pours, Haskell’s President Ted Farrell shares the perfect Dark and Stormy recipe. It’s a very fun, exotic drink with a hint of ginger, that's so simple to make.
In this edition of Quick Pours, we’re going to share with you how to make a very simple drink that’s making a huge comeback. In this video, Haskell’s President Ted Farrell shares his favorite Moscow Mule recipe to make - a simple, light, and refreshing drink to enjoy any time of year.
We admit it. Getting started with wine can be a bit intimidating for beginners. All those countries, all those varieties, and all those price points. So, how do you even start down the path of finding your favorite wines? Haskell's Chairman and CEO Jack Farrell has some easy tips for understanding wine for beginners in this edition of Quick Pours.
Wine and spirits are truly international. We love French wine, Scottish whiskey, Russian vodka, and German beer — but bourbon is truly American. If fact, there are laws to prove it. No wonder bourbon has become popular. In this edition of Quick Pours, Haskell's President Ted Farrell shares a few of the most interesting facts for the bourbon enthusiast.
Are you looking for a high end wine option that you can really splurge on? Do you have a great celebration coming up? You could choose one of the great wines of Bordeaux, some California wines, or maybe Oregon, Italy, or Spain — they all make world-class wines that are worth splurging on. But Haskell's Chairman and CEO Jack Farrell shares his personal favorites — and the story behind its name — in this edition of Quick Pours.
Do you worry about letting cold beer get warm? Do you buy room temperature beer to avoid those up-and-downs? Don't fall prey to the most common beer storage myth. We'll set you straight on what will and won't hurt your beer in this edition of Quick Pours.
Beefeater, Bombay, and Tanqueray. Some of the most popular gins in the world say "London Dry" on the label, and since some of them clearly aren't made in London, we are often asked about this. What is London Dry gin, and how is it different than any other gin? Haskell's President Ted Farrell has the answer in this edition of Quick Pours.