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Hungry City: At the Happiest Hour, a Cheeseburger Does a Star Turn

 Mark As Read    

At the Happiest Hour, where a cheeseburger steals the show and the other dishes are bit players.

The Pour 1 hour, 5 min ago

Why Yes, I Think I Will Have That Beer (Dispatch From The 2015 San Francisco International Wine Competition)

 Mark As Read    

By now, the results of the 2015 San Francisco International Wine Competition should be available for your perusal. Once again I had the pleasure of being one of the hired hands on deck to judge at SFIWC, this being my second time donning the white lab coat for this famous event, celebrating its 35th (!) […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Gui...

1 Wine Dude 4 hours, 31 min ago

A wine’s worth

 Mark As Read    

Following a dinner littered with wines from the world’s greatest producers, Gareth Birchley – Fine Wine Buyer for Asia – discusses the value of the bottles cherished by wine-lovers. As a wine merchant it is easy to become disillusioned with the value of wine. We are a fortunate breed that is often privileged enough to […] The post A wine’s wo...

Berrys' Wine Blog 9 hours, 1 min ago

That Constellation-Meiomi deal? Land is more valuable than brand

 Mark As Read    

  I sometimes wonder if the general public knows how much land acquisition is a strategic consideration in many of the winery deals that have gone down in California. Sometimes, these acquisitions don’t make any sense, on the face of it; you wonder why in the hell winery X bought winery Y. But if real […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 9 hours, 21 min ago

Around the Wine World in Eight Days – Argentina

 Mark As Read    

Today is the third day of Around the Wine World in Eight Days, so today is Argentina day. I'm a huge fan of Argentinean wines. They're done to perfect. What I've got listed here are all highly recommended wines, just late me state that and then you into South America! Turkey – Tuesday Chile – […] The post Around the Wine World in ...

Wine Blog 9 hours, 29 min ago

2015 Dry Rose Recommendations For Summer

 Mark As Read    

Dry Rose has become the latest craze in wine! We have been on this bandwagon for the last three summers. It is finally taking off. That said, we have found several terrific dry Rose's to try this summer as we get into the hot summer months of July and August. One trend we have noticed is

Ken's Wine Guide 16 hours, 1 min ago

Beyond Beautiful- British Columbia

 Mark As Read    

On a gorgeous afternoon, I served a couple traveling through Washington from British Columbia.  What a treat to share insights into camping and hiking with our neighbors to the north.  In turn, we waxed poetic on the growing wine regions of British Columbia. In February 2015 our wine club featured British Columbia, specifically Okangonan Valley. [&...

Portalis Wine 18 hours, 28 min ago

Winemaking Harvest Internship Opportunity: Looking for Texans Interested in California Experience

 Mark As Read    

Winemaking Harvest Internship Opportunity: Looking for Texans Interested in California Experience Forwarded from Randy Hester, zrandyhester@gmail.com I am coming up on my 10th harvest in Napa Valley but my first position was a cellar internship in 2006, and the knowledge I gained from it is immeasurable. Because the Texas wine industry is growing s...

VintageTexas 1 day ago

Archive: Seasonal Recipes from Chef Tracey

 Mark As Read    

Inaugural post: 06.20.2015 We've really been missing our Chef Tracey since the close of the Wine Bar in December. We thought everyone would enjoy hearing that she's doing well. She's helping out her husband, Sam Crannell, Chef/Owner at LloydMartin in Queen Anne, taking classes to become a certified QB bookkeeper (a return to a previous […]...

Portalis Wine 1 day ago

Q&A: Dale DeGroff on the Origin of Cocktails, Katrina and the Rainbow Room

 Mark As Read    

DeGroff on the best cocktails when traveling, and New Orleans and New York drinking cultures.

The Pour 1 day ago

Interview with Mark Squires: The Future of Portuguese Wine

 Mark As Read    

When I first became interested in wine, I actively sought out places where I could talk and ask questions. Way back then, eRobertParker had recently joined with the Mark Squires wine bulletin board to create a space for wine geeks to chat online, eventually create "offlines" . Offlines were scheduled meet ups with local bulletin […]...

Catavino 1 day ago

Visiting the Donner-Peltier Distillery: Whisk(e)y Wednesday present by Lock & Key

 Mark As Read    

by Blair "B-Rex" LoupTeam Bite and Booze took a trip to Thibodaux, Louisiana, recently. In my mind, there’s only one reason for me to be in Thibodaux, and that’s to visit my favorite spirit manufacturer in the state. It felt a lot like a “long-time listener, first-time caller” situation for me.I fell in love with the Donner-Peltier Distillery short...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

I’m Not A Hungarian Wine Expert, But I Play One On The Internet (FurmintUSA Video Series Shortlisted For 2015 Online Video Awards)

 Mark As Read    

Earlier this week, I was fondly recalling my little Hungarian jaunt and missing the camaraderie (and the vino!) of the film and production team that made that video series happen (we all stayed together in an old mansion in Tokaj, so it was sort of like a big fraternity house, only done high-end with, amazing […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasti...

1 Wine Dude 1 day ago

Eat: A Philosophy of Herbs

 Mark As Read    

Their essence is in their usefulness.

The Pour 1 day ago

Best Industry Wine Blog

 Mark As Read    

Voting for the 2015 Wine Blog Awards closed on Friday, the results are in and we are proud to have been named the Best Industry Blog. Thank you to all who took the time to vote for us in the awards, we are over the moon about winning. You can see the full list of winners on […] The post Best Industry Wine Blog appeared first on Berry Bros. &a...

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

On reviewing again, after a brief sabbatical

 Mark As Read    

  Getting my chops back as a taster isn’t hard at all. It’s like bicycle riding: once you know how to do it, you can take some time off and then get right back on and go places. As I wrote yesterday, I’m going be reviewing wines here on my blog, after 1-1/2 years off. […]

Around the Wine World in Eight Days – Chile

 Mark As Read    

Today is the second day of Around the Wine World in Eight Days, so today is Chile! Turkey – Tuesday Chile – Wednesday Argentina – Thursday France – Friday And we're taking off the weekend, sightseeing in France Spain – Monday Germany – Tuesday Australia – Wednesday New Zealand – Thursday   Top 10...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Fine wines price list in 1951

 Mark As Read    

Prices we'd dream to have today How much French fine wines were costing not so long ago Here is a photo (or scan-) story following a good pick on a street flea market in Paris. This is a 1951 catalog...

The Magic of Hobo Packs

 Mark As Read    

Self-contained, often foil-wrapped meals cooked in hot coals are an easy option for outdoor cooking.

The Pour 1 day ago

Sneak Peek of Messina Hof Winery 2015 at Vic & Anthony’s

 Mark As Read    

Sneak Peek of Messina Hof Winery 2015 at Vic & Anthony’s Paul Mitchell Bonarrigo, the seventh generation winemaker in the Bonarrigo family, addressed the assemblage at Vic & Anthony’s Steak House in Houston to taste and savor the wines from Messina Hof Winery and Resort. With Paul Mitchell were his family: father and mother, Paul and

VintageTexas 1 day ago

Summer Seafood Boils Take On Local Flavor

 Mark As Read    

Is seafood best steamed or boiled? It depends where you ask. The traditions vary across the country, from the ingredients of a feast to its customs.

The Pour 1 day ago

A Chef and Her Bluefish

 Mark As Read    

The chef April Bloomfield makes a case for the bluefish, an underrated local treat that is as satisfying to cook as it is to catch.

The Pour 1 day ago

Recipes for Health: Egg-in-a-Hole for Camping or the Comfort of Home

 Mark As Read    

Egg-in-a-hole is a classic, simple meal, whether it’s made on an outdoor stove or at home in a cast-iron skillet.

The Pour 2 days ago

On the table: Medlar

 Mark As Read    

Food writer Victoria Stewart continues her exploration of London’s culinary scene with an impeccable lunch at the elegant Medlar, a pristine spot on the King’s Road that punches above its Chelsea peers. What do two suited young men, a fabulous pensioner in a multi-coloured spotty dress coat and London’s wine crowd all have in common? They […]...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

It’s always something: More changes on the blog

 Mark As Read    

  Starting today, I’m going to do something I’ve never done before on my blog: I’ll be reviewing wines. The first batch follows below. None of these wineries paid me. I don’t intend for steveheimoff.com to become a wine-reviewing site, although I think people are interested in what I have to say. But I do […]

Around the Wine World in Eight Days – Turkey

 Mark As Read    

Today is the first day of Around the Wine World in Eight Days. It seems fitting that we start where wine grape growing and winemaking all began, in the cradle of humanity ~ Turkey. It's intriguing that where it began has very little exposure in the world. The focus for winemaking seems to have deep […] The post Around the Wine World in Eight ...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

Things heating up in Europe

 Mark As Read    

Things are heating up in Europe–not just in Greece. A searing heatwave has the continent in its grasp. Burgundy, which is known for producing wines more winsome than boxum, will have four days in the 100s (39C+) this week–and the balance in the 90s. Yikes. Searing temperatures are expected in Bordeaux, Barolo, Brunello and Britain [R...

Dr Vino's wine blog 2 days ago

Global Health: Fish Poisoning More Common Than Believed

 Mark As Read    

Illnesses from a toxin carried by barracuda and other sport fish have been underestimated in Florida, a new study suggests.

The Pour 2 days ago

Front Burner: Outdoor Bars and Restaurants to Visit for a Summer Bite

 Mark As Read    

Rooftops and gardens offer possibilities to sip wine and eat snacks for an outdoor experience without the heat of the sun.

The Pour 2 days ago

Campfire Cooking: Roasts on a Stick

 Mark As Read    

The secrets, learned from indigenous hunters: time, skin and distance.

The Pour 2 days ago

An Old-World Dinner Pairs Barolo and Roasted Goat

 Mark As Read    

The meal was inspired by a former restaurant in the home of Barolo, where the specialty was hearth-roasted kid.

The Pour 2 days ago

The Best Things I Ate on My SoCal Sojourn

 Mark As Read    

by Sydney "Brown Nose" BlanchardLong before I began working for Jay, I had an appreciation for good food.Fun fact: The cover letter I wrote when applying to intern at Bite and Booze was about my love for specialty meats. I attribute this love to two things: my Cajun heritage and growing up in Baton Rouge where eating out is considered weekend enter...

Bite and Booze 3 days ago

Architecture Lovers: Enjoy Open House Porto this Weekend!

 Mark As Read    

Of any city in the world, Porto is by far one of the most dynamic, textured and architecturally rich. It's a city of layers, where each and every chipped tile, salt covered glass, graffiti lined wall and aged stone shares a story, a story spanning 2000+ years of existence. Walk any […]

Catavino 3 days ago

Put the Red in Red, White & Blue

 Mark As Read    

Take the gloom out of June and start planning your summer getaway! The Fourth is right around the corner, and we can't think of a better way to celebrate America's birthday than by raising a glass of patriotic pinot to cheers good ole' Lady Liberty & Uncle Sam! You may immediately think cool cocktails &

Ken's Wine Guide 3 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For June 29, 2015

 Mark As Read    

So, like, what is this stuff, anyway? I taste a bunch-o-wine (technical term for more than most people). So each week, I share some of my wine reviews (mostly from samples) and tasting notes with you via twitter (limited to 140 characters). They are meant to be quirky, fun, and easily-digestible reviews of currently available […] Grab The 1W...

1 Wine Dude 3 days ago

Parker vs. “trendy reds” is a fake choice

 Mark As Read    

  Here, you see, is the false dichotomy that infects so many of our wine conversations today: that there are “two different kinds” of wine and that we, as consumers and writers, “must pick one or the other,” as if we were in a vinous civil war where no one is permitted to be neutral […]

A Muscular Rosé

 Mark As Read    

Where is the line between red and rosé? As it all things wine, it's all up to your palate. I've always loved wines that almost cross the line from rosé to red. So many rosé wines these days seem to do their best to avoid any personality at all and their only mission in life is to be pretty in pink. One of my favorite recent wine discoveries is ...

Wine Camp Blog 3 days ago

Interesting Assignment, Media

 Mark As Read    

For those of you wine writers, who are looking for an interesting assignment, this may be right up your alley. Richard Keenan of Kick Ranch and Overland Wines is hosting a special wine media event on Thursday, July 23, in his vineyards in Rincon Valley, Santa Rosa, California. This assignment is NOT open to the […] The post Interesting Assign...

Wine Blog 5 days ago

Vinous SCOTUS

 Mark As Read    

Jill Bernheimer, the owner of Domaine LA in, well LA (6801 Melrose Ave) posted this vinous tribute to SCOTUS today on Instagram. Brilliant! The post Vinous SCOTUS appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Dr Vino's wine blog 5 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: The Golden Algarve Coast

 Mark As Read    

Photographer: Berit Watkin Capture Date: March 24, 2015 Location: Algarve, Spain About: The Algarve is enchanting and alluring. Coastal Algarve is renown for its breathtaking cliffs, golden beaches, scalloped bays and sandy islands. There are more than 150 beaches to choose from but some of the top include: Praia da Marinha (Lagoa), Praia da Falési...

Catavino 5 days ago

Rocks! by Cornerstone: Blending Creativity The Blend is our Secret, The Pleasure is All Yours

 Mark As Read    

Blends are stylish now, but when I learned to love them in the early 1980s they were anything but fashionable. In one region they were controversial newcomers in the other just the way things had always been. The first time I tasted Vintage Tunina with Silvio Jermann it blew me away. Tunina was exciting, new and Silvio was breaking the rules and cr...

Wine Camp Blog 5 days ago

City Kitchen: Pinto Beans and Bacon: The Quintessential Cowboy Meal

 Mark As Read    

Bring back memories of a big pot of beans, cowboy coffee and cornbread from a Dutch oven, with canned peaches for dessert.

The Pour 5 days ago

A Good Appetite: Fire-Roasted Potatoes, Brooklyn Style

 Mark As Read    

The Great Depression created a different definition of tater tots: kids who cooked potatoes in vacant lots.

The Pour 6 days ago

Introducing our Cellar Series

 Mark As Read    

To celebrate the opening of our Sussex Cellar, a new event space hidden beneath St James’s Street, we are launching a series of exclusive dinners in collaboration with London’s top restaurants. This week heralded the opening of our Sussex Cellar, a new venue in our St James’s premises. Like our Pickering Cellar, Napoleon Cellar and […] The po...

Berrys' Wine Blog 6 days ago

Natural wine: nay

 Mark As Read    

Following on from yesterday’s post arguing in favour of the natural wine phenomenon, Martin Hudson MW contends that the trend represents a step backward for mankind (at least in the winemaking arena). Natural wine is one of the most divisive issues in the wine trade, with virtually no-one indifferent to it. As an unreconstructed techie, […] T...

Berrys' Wine Blog 6 days ago

Around the Wine World in Seven Days

 Mark As Read    

Around the Wine World in Seven Days is going to be a celebration of my appreciation for the wine import brands that have discovered and appreciate Wine Blog as a resource. I've always had winged feet. If it's from somewhere else, I want to exploring it all. While my immediate neighborhood has always been import-ant […] The post Around the Win...

Wine Blog 6 days ago

Dining | New Jersey: A Farmer Reclaims Liberian Roots in New Jersey

 Mark As Read    

A growing market for ethnic foods is allowing an immigrant in Buena Vista Township to reconnect with his homeland.

The Pour 6 days ago

Why you don’t find winery restaurants in the US

 Mark As Read    

Last year, one of Australia’s leading wineries, Henschke Vineyards, branched out. The Henschkes opened Hill of Grace, a fine dining restaurant in downtown Adelaide at the Adelaide Oval, a place filled with tradition and lore as cricket test matches are played among various national teams. The restaurant’s wine list is centered on a Henschke wines [...

Dr Vino's wine blog 6 days ago

The Pour: Outdoor Wine Glasses, and a Bottle for the Picnic

 Mark As Read    

Put aside the formality for the park and the beach, but use these tips to make an outdoor glass as enjoyable as possible.

The Pour 6 days ago
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