By Paige Schilt, June 14, 2015
What’s the deal with beer growlers? That’s what we recently asked Brewmaster Dave Ohmer of Whole Foods Market Brewing Company at our Post Oak store in Houston, Texas. With more than 13 years of experience in the craft brewing industry, Dave shared his best growler tips.
By Paige Schilt, June 12, 2015
There’s nothing like a cold beer on a hot day! But what makes a beer well-suited to lazy summer days by the beach or BBQ grill? We asked Brewmaster Dave Ohmer of Whole Foods Market® Brewing Company for some recommendations on summer suds.
By Paige Schilt, June 10, 2015
By John Stewart, April 24, 2015
Many Rosé wines of the past were one-dimensional and sweet, but today, winemakers are rediscovering the beauty at the intersection of complexity and approachability, using bold, big grapes like grenache, cabernet sauvignon, syrah and malbec to produce elegant chilled charmers. Now is the time to get reacquainted with Rosé.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, April 23, 2015
Whole Foods Market is your one-stop-shop this Mother’s Day for essentials (flowers, perfume, handcrafted cards and candles) and unexpected delights such as a subscription to our wine club.
By Neil Pollack, March 31, 2015
There was a time, in not-too-distant memory, where American beers had less flavor variation than store-bought snack cakes. Your beer choices were pretty much limited to “light beer or regular.” But that was before we began to appreciate hops. Here are a few important ones along with recommended beers.
By Devon Broglie, March 25, 2015
Wines in the Criterion® collection are curated to express the classic characteristics of a varietal and region, for less than $20 a bottle. You’ll get the distinctive aromas and flavors unique to each grape variety grown in the region from which they are most notable.
By John Stewart, December 28, 2014
As we become more aware of how food-friendly sparkling wines are, we’re ordering them with our meals, with appetizers and at after-work happy hours. Still, nothing says “Holidays!” like a glass of beautiful, energetic, effervescent sparkling wine. Check out our tips for choosing the right one for you. `3
By John Stewart, December 14, 2014
Christmas is the time for holiday dining to get a little daring. Rib roasts, grilled steaks, post-gift-opening brunch foods — the opportunities to break from traditional fare are endless. Read on for some great pairings for your holiday table.
By Ryan Ochsner, November 25, 2014
Start with a thoughtfully stocked bar, you’ll be serving holiday cheer straight up — or on the rocks — all season long.