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Decanter Asia Wine Awards 2014 (dawa)

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Indian Wine 1 hour, 18 min ago

Catalan Recipe: Bacalao with Samfaina

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It isn’t hard to see the cultural connections between Catalonia and France, regardless of the obvious geographic proximity. Recipes, Roman ruins, and modern wine-making techniques have all trickled over the border. Even the Catalan language stems in part from the medieval langue d’oc, echoes of which are still heard today in modern Provençal.  Samf...

Catavino 3 hours, 2 min ago

Understanding Macroclimate, Microclimate, Mesoclimate, and Canopy Climates

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Image via Wikipedia For all of the words that are used in writing about a vineyard's climate terroir, there are significant differences with each. If you don't have the luxury of a viticulture class close by, or you're just too busy to attend a class, here's a good primer. Vit 101 brought some interesting concepts […] The post Understanding M...

Wine Blog 4 hours, 10 min ago

Christian G.E. Schiller's Review of the Book: Ralf Frenzel (ed.) - Riesling, Robert Weil. Tre Torri, Wiesbaden, Germany, 2013, in the Journal of Wine Economics, Volume 9, 2014, No. 1 (Published by Cambridge University Press)

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The American Association of Wine Economists (AAWE) just released a new issue of the Journal of Wine Economics (JWE).¨ (Vol 9, No 1). The lead paper of this issue is Giulia Meloni and Johan Swinnen's analysis The Rise and Fall of the World's Largest Wine Exporter ” And Its ¨Institutional Legacy. The JWE, published by Cambridge University Press, i...

Schiller Wine 8 hours, 41 min ago

Join the Fun at Bending Branch Winery Kentucky Derby Extravaganza

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7 Join the Fun at Bending Branch Winery Kentucky Derby Extravaganza Bob Young, John Rivenburgh and Jennifer Beckmann and the whole crew at Bending Branch Winery invite you to join them and other Texas wine aficionados at their 4th Annual Kentucky Derby Extravaganza on May 3rd. 11 am to 6 pm.  This event has grown

VintageTexas 14 hours, 5 min ago

Against the Grain

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Artisanal baking goes renegade, combining snail-pace, primordial techniques with a cutting-edge approach.

The Pour 17 hours, 14 min ago

Critic’s Notebook: Let’s Start With Bread and Water

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At many restaurants, what once was free now must be requested. This must change.

The Pour 17 hours, 18 min ago

Be Patient and Make Tartine’s Country Bread Your Own

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Chad Robertson’s recipe has reached cult status among passionate home bakers.

The Pour 17 hours, 40 min ago

Three Recipes to Savor to the Last Crumb

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Bake white bread, English muffins and walnut bread in your own kitchen.

The Pour 18 hours, 3 min ago

Off the Menu: Barchetta, a New Showcase for Italian Seafood, Opens

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David Pasternack gained a reputation at Esca for his affinity with sea creatures.

The Pour 18 hours, 40 min ago
The Pour 19 hours, 15 min ago

Restaurant Review: Telepan Local in TriBeCa

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At Telepan Local, a serving can be too much or too little.

The Pour 19 hours, 37 min ago

Restaurant Takeaway: Fried Chicken, in Butter Form

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A spread combines seasoned, rendered chicken fat, sweet cream butter and maple syrup.

The Pour 20 hours, 1 min ago

The Milk Punch Revival

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The newly popular version of milk punch is a clear drink, not a creamy one.

The Pour 20 hours, 32 min ago

Palcohol, a powdered alcohol, surrenders labels

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Yesterday, the approval of a powdered alcohol called "Palcohol" got a lot of media attention. You could add it to food. You could smuggle it into stadiums. You could snort it. However, the story got a little ahead of itself. An attorney at bevlaw posted the original item noting that the TTB, a division of […] The post Palcohol, a powdered alc...

Dr Vino's wine blog 23 hours, 2 min ago

Two Years Before The Masthead (Reflections On Becoming A Professional Wine Writer)

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“You should write about being a professional wine writer.” That’s the advice I got recently from a close friend, after we’d somehow gotten on the topic of picking writing topics. “Why the f*ck would anybody want to read that?” was my response, to which I added, “I’m not even a professional wine writer.” My friend’s […] Grab The 1WineDude.com...

1 Wine Dude 1 day ago

Organic Wines from importer Véronique Raskin

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From yesterday's post: Today's organic wine options are superlative: The Organic Wine Company Organic Wines from importer Véronique Raskin As we tasted through the wines that Véronique Raskin presented to Sue Straight for Sue Straight (Wine Wench), Mindy Joyce (Sugar Fly Marketing),  Jose and I to taste, the first wine instantly reminded me Sarah J...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon

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In the first of a series about popular grape varieties, Anne McHale MW, one of our brilliant education team, helps you identify and understand the finer points of Cab Sav. Cabernet Sauvignon has become a famous international grape variety. Interestingly, genetic profiling has shown that it is the offspring of Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc, [&#...

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

Thinking of Tchelistcheff on the 20th anniversary of his death

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  Can it really have been 20 years since André Tchelistcheff died? I met and interviewed the man they call The Maestro a couple times, in my guise as a reporter, although I can’t claim to have known him well. His heavily Russian-inflected English could be hard to understand, especially on the phone, but he […]

Weingut Schloss Neuweier “ Robert Schaetzle, Baden, Germany

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Picture: Annette and Christian G.E. Schiller with Robert SchaetzleThe first winery we will visit on the Sun-kissed German South (Germany-South) Tour by ombiasy PR and WineTours from September 14 “ September 20, 2014, is Weingut Schloss Neuweier “ Robert Schaetzle, in Baden. For more on the Sun-kissed German South (Germany-South) Tour by ombiasy PR ...

Schiller Wine 1 day ago

Free Wine Newsletter

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Sign up to receive our free newsletter. Cheers2Wine News will help you stay up-to-date on events in the California Wine Country. Take a Wine Tour of California wineries and enjoy a fabulous outing soon.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Health Benefits of Wine

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What are the health benefits of wine? Wine is good for health; find out why different types of wine can keep you healthy. Wine is good for you.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Harvest Inn Napa

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If you are planning a trip to the Wine Country, Harvest Inn Napa Valley is a special place to stay. This luxury resort features eight acres of gorgeous grounds.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

What Are Texas Grape Growers and Winemakers Doing to Build a “Real” Texas Wine Industry

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What Are Texas Grape Growers and Winemakers Doing to Build a “Real” Texas Wine Industry? Or, Who will be the Robert Mondavi of Texas? It’s been a tough week as a result of the spring freeze that’s hit the high plains and the western and northern parts of the hill country. However, sometimes when it

VintageTexas 1 day ago

Early tip-off means no popping corks for Popovich

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Gregg Popovich joked his pre-game press conference yesterday that the early start had put a dent in his wine consumption the night before. You probably know that Popovich is one of the winningest coaches in NBA history who fosters team play that is unparalleled in today's NBA. But you may not know that he went […] The post Early tip-off means...

The Pour: A Wine Critic’s Realm Isn’t a Democracy

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Should wine critics allow their personal preferences to color their critical views?

The Pour 1 day ago

T Magazine: Food Matters | Brooklyn’s Most Beloved Ice Cream Shop Creates a Special Flavor for T

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On the occasion of the release of its first cookbook, Ample Hills Creamery shares the recipe for its limited-edition “T Time” flavor.

The Pour 1 day ago

Ivan Orkin’s Ramen Restaurant to Open on the Lower East Side

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After long construction delays, Ivan Ramen will offer a deeper menu than its sibling at Gotham West Market.

The Pour 1 day ago

How to Write Excellent Wine Tasting Notes

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Ever wonder how to keep great personal wine tasting notes? From identifying flavors and aromas to describing acidity, tannin, and body, this article offers some of the best tips for creating the most memorable and accurate wine tasting notes: Wine tasting notes should be the most useful tips to see before you buy a wine. […]

Andy's Wine Blog 1 day ago

5 Reasons Why Lodi, California is the Next Napa Valley

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Although many families in Lodi have been growing grapes for six and seven generations, it's only been within the last 10 years that the current generation actually built wineries to convert their grapes into wine. Today, there are approximately 80 wineries and tasting rooms—an impressive number for sure—but there are more than 750 growers in [̷...

Andy's Wine Blog 1 day ago

Food. Curated.: Video: Brooklyn Bouillon

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Inside the small-batch company from Rachael Mamane that produces rich stock from the discarded bones generated by New York State farms.

The Pour 1 day ago

Recipes for Health: Cabbage and Spring Onion Quiche With Caraway

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Seasonal onions and a winter stalwart, cabbage, make a deliciously sweet filling.

The Pour 1 day ago

Recipes for Health: Scallion and Celery Quiche

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An underappreciated vegetable, celery, is the star of this tart.

The Pour 1 day ago

Whole-Wheat Pie Dough

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This dough, made with half whole-wheat flour, has a nutty, rich flavor that works well for a savory tart.

The Pour 1 day ago

Cervezas in Cabarete: Jay's Adventure in the Dominican Republic Part Uno

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I made my first international trek since starting Bite and Booze in the spring of 2013 with a journey to Toronto for a weekend at TBEX with Visit Baton Rouge. Later in the year, I had a chance to travel to the Dominican Republic for the first time. A little sun and Caribbean paradise is exactly what I needed... though really I most looked forward t...

Bite and Booze 2 days ago

Portugal: A vegetarian’s oasis!

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Walk into any mercado in Portugal and there will be stalls stuffed with large heads of cabbage, bunches of turnip tops, spinach and the young leaves of rapini. Go out to the Portuguese country-side and you’ll see patches of tall couve portuguesa hovering in the middle of gardens and a strip or two of grelos nearby. This often makes one question, wh...

Catavino 2 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For April 21, 2014

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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 2 days ago

Today’s organic wine options are superlative

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Jose and I, with our friends Sue Straight (Wine Wench) and Mindy Joyce (Sugar Fly Marketing), recently tasted 17 imported, organic wines. It's always insightful, when the wines are from another countries. And this time, most especially, since they were all organic. I've been an organic proponent since the 1960s. It just made great sense […] T...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

The critics, not committees, have classified California wine

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  In the Spring of 1969, Roy Andries de Groot, who turned to wine- and food-writing when he became blind, was sent to California by Esquire Magazine to write about the state’s wines, on the 200th anniversary of Junipero Serra’s planting of wine grapes in San Diego. de Groot soon realized that what he really […]

Opening Day

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Opening Day has come and gone, which means only one thing: it's time for our spring wine releases! These two new releases are all about fun and immediate gratification and should be in your glass right now! Nothing says spring more than the beautiful coral color of our 2013 Cornerstone Corallina Napa Valley Syrah Rosé. One of our Artist Series wi...

Wine Camp Blog 2 days ago

Announcement: Amazing Wine Maker Dinner Featuring ChÃ-teau LAFON-ROCHET on May 4th, 2014 in Washington DC, USA

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Pictures: Annette Schiller, ombiasy PR and WineTours, with Michel Tesseron, Owner, at ChÃ-teau Lafon-Rochet in Saint-Estèphe, and Chef Bart Vandaele at B Too in Washington DC.B Too and ombiasy PR and WineTours are excited to announce that we are hosting a winemaker dinner on May 4th - Champagne reception starts at 6:00 pm - with the wines of ChÃ-...

Schiller Wine 2 days ago

2012 ONEHOPE California Chardonnay 750 mL

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HALF of profits from ONEHOPE California Chardonnay are donated to fight breast cancer by providing mammograms to women in need.Price:$18.99 Read more Wine term of the day... Powered By Wine Dictionary Plugin

Wine Blog Pro 2 days ago

Napa Valley Golf Courses

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Discover great fun at Napa Valley Golf Courses. Combine a wine tasting tour with a round of golf at one of the scenic Napa golf courses.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

Grass Valley Restaurant

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If you are looking for a wonderful Grass Valley restaurant, this is it. Kane's Fine Food Restaurant has wonderful food and excellent service. Make Kane's the dining stop on your next wine tour.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

The Madonna Inn San Luis Obispo

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If you're looking for a unique place to stay, the Madonna Inn San Luis Obispo is just the place. Each of the rooms has a special theme that will provide an unforgettable experience.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

?Dirk’s Vodka: The Spirit of Texas and Kiepersol – Going Against the Grain

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Dirk’s Vodka: The Spirit of Texas and Kiepersol – Going Against the Grain When I’ve had too many harvested Meyer lemons, I’ve made juice (frozen in cubes for later use). When I’ve had too many farm eggs, I’ve made frittata. But, what did Kiepersol Estate winemaker Marnelle Durrett and her father Pierre de Wet do

VintageTexas 3 days ago

Hopping up to Hopland

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[…]The post Hopping up to Hopland appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 4 days ago

Beaujoloise 2006

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The courtyard of Domaine Lapierre in march 2006 A bit of visual wine history I couldn't attend La Beaujoloise in mid april but here are a few pictures shot when B. and I attended the very first one (if I'm...

Eric Korsh to Run the Kitchen at North End Grill

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Mr. Korsh, who was the chef and a partner at Calliope in Manhattan, will replace Floyd Cardoz, who is leaving on April 30.

The Pour 4 days ago

City Kitchen: Toasted to Perfection, Gradually

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To end up with a good piece of toast: aim for the perfect color (golden), the perfect texture (it should have a little “give” in the center) and the perfect temperature (hot).

The Pour 4 days ago
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