Company Information

    VinePair was founded on January 2013. The company is based in New York, NY, USA . The number of employees in VinePair is less than 10. Vinepair operates an online platform that enables wine consumers to discuss, share, and understand about wine and other beverages.

    Here is how VinePair describes itself: "VinePair is the best place to learn about wine, beer & spirits. Helpful expert guides, infographics, maps & more make learning about drinking fun and easy!"
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          Funding & investors

          VinePair has received 2 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $2M.

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                          • Soju: Everything You Need to Know About Korea’s National Drink

                          • The national drink of Korea, soju is the best-selling liquor in the world by volume, and sales have only been growing in recent years. Long underrated in America, soju is finally starting to gain traction stateside. But if you’ve never had the spirit, or even heard of it, here’s everything you need to know about soju to get acquainted. What is soju?The article Soju: Everything You Need to Know About Korea’s National Drink appeared first on VinePair.
                          • This Simple Substitution Is the Ultimate Martini Hack

                          • Dave Kaplan has been in a committed relationship with the Martini for 15 years. Martini variations are “the first thing I look for when I go into a bar,” the co-founder of Death & Co. says.The article This Simple Substitution Is the Ultimate Martini Hack appeared first on VinePair.
                          • At Minneapolis’s Lauded Owamni, Kareen Teague Honors Indigenous Ingredients in Non-Alcoholic Cocktails

                          • When journalists and critics rave about Owamni, the highly praised Indigenous restaurant in Minneapolis, Minn., there is always some mention of the thoughtful drinks menu — boasting not only an entirely BIPOC-owned wine and beer list, but also a non-alcoholic cocktail and tea list meticulously crafted by general manager and bar manager Kareen Teague. Owamni is the brainchild of business partners Sean Sherman, also known as the Sioux Chef, and Dana Thompson.The article At Minneapolis’s Lauded Owamni, Kareen Teague Honors Indigenous Ingredients in Non-Alcoholic Cocktails appeared first on VinePair.
                          • 10 Things You Should Know About Athletic Brewing

                          • Launched in 2017, Athletic Brewing set out on a mission to create great-tasting, craft non-alcoholic (NA) beers. While the category was already on the rise at the time, no brand had yet to create a NA beer that fully delivered on the flavors found in craft styles.The article 10 Things You Should Know About Athletic Brewing appeared first on VinePair.
                          • Cocktail College: How to Make the Perfect French 75

                          • In this episode of “Cocktail College,” host Tim McKirdy returns to break down the classic French 75 cocktail — a beloved Champagne cocktail that incorporates fresh citrus and either gin or Cognac. He is joined by NYC bartender and Cognac expert Ms. Franky Marshall. For Marshall, a recipe for the French 75 is simply a blueprint. How does this artillery-inspired cocktail incorporate a base of spirit with Champagne?The article Cocktail College: How to Make the Perfect French 75 appeared first on VinePair.
                          • 4 Bitter Scotch Cocktails Perfect for a Chilly Winter Night

                          • The year 2022 is here, so cue up the deep and lengthy exhale. Yeah, we’re still operating in a brave new world but there’s optimism bubbling to the surface of our collective glass. The holidays, while special, bring on their own singular stresses and hangovers. And guess what? They’re behind us now. Gone are the fourth servings of turkey, the oversized slice of pie, the eggnog in place of milk for your morning coffee.The article 4 Bitter Scotch Cocktails Perfect for a Chilly Winter Night appeared first on VinePair.

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