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The United States of Thanksgiving

 Mark As Read    

We’ve scoured the nation for recipes that evoke each of the 50 states (and D.C. and Puerto Rico). These are our picks for the feast. Dig in, then tell us yours.

The Pour 1 hour, 49 min ago

Front Burner: Caviar at ‘Cabaret’, Doughnuts and Thanksgiving Balloons, and More Food News

 Mark As Read    

During the preparations for the Macy’s parade, Dovetail is offering treats at the bar, and seasonal chocolate treats abound.

The Pour 2 hours, 12 min ago

How to Be the Perfect Thanksgiving Guest

 Mark As Read    

Filling your plate and keeping your wineglass upright are only two of the ways to contribute when someone else is the Thanksgiving host.

The Pour 3 hours, 20 min ago

Vineyard Writing Retreats offered for Winter/Spring 2015

 Mark As Read    

If you are a writer like me, you need peace and tranquility to do your best work. A beautiful view is an added bonus. If you are looking for a retreat where you can put pen to paper so-to-speak, Writing … Continue reading →

another wine blog 4 hours, 24 min ago

Portuguese Squash and Root Vegetables: Pure Comfort Food

 Mark As Read    

Like any good Americana, the smell of roasted root vegetables and spiced pumpkin are what I call the “scent” of autumn. It’s that smell that comes to mind when the leaves gently metamorphous from green to burnt orange, maroon and mustard yellow; when the air takes on the bite of frost; when […]

Catavino 4 hours, 30 min ago

A Sweet Crumb Cake for Your Thanksgiving Hostess

 Mark As Read    

Bring along this decadent offering with honeyed pears that can compete with leftover pie.

The Pour 4 hours, 48 min ago

Portuguese Recipe: Pumpkin Preserve

 Mark As Read    

Ever notice how the holidays strips  your cabinets empty of quick nibbles? It's the cuisine no one talks about. The cuisine that's absolutely required when family and friends are streaming in from all corners of the planet. "Honey, Aunt Gertrude is stopping by, can you please grab a bottle of red a […]

Catavino 5 hours, 17 min ago

Earthquake in Napa

 Mark As Read    

Reviews of Covenant “RED C” Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, 2011 and Tito’s Handmade Vodka. On August 24 an earthquake struck one of California’s most popular winemaking regions injuring over 200 people, and causing at least $100 million in damages. The strongest quake in the area for 25 years and centered just south of the city of Napa, the 6.0 ...

Grapelines 5 hours, 36 min ago

Natalie Parbhoo: The Duchess of Distribution

 Mark As Read    

The journey booze takes to from conceptualization to the drink in your hand is a long one which involves multiple several characters. From brewery, winery, and distillery owners to distributors, retailers and service industry members, there are females all over the state of Louisiana dedicating their passion and hard work to make sure our beverages...

Bite and Booze 8 hours, 5 min ago

A tasting of 1974 wines (and one 1944)

 Mark As Read    

  Went to a very interesting tasting yesterday. It was a small private affair, held at the Restaurant at Wente, a chic place tucked into the southern foothills of the Livermore Valley. The subject of the tasting was 1974 Cabernet Sauvignon. Now, anyone familiar with the modern history of wine in California knows that that […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 9 hours, 30 min ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For November 24, 2014

 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 11 hours, 35 min ago

Thanksgiving wines with a big thank you ~ The Whites

 Mark As Read    

Thanksgiving wines are a natural wine topic. During this time of year, from one year to the next, I reflect upon who's been there for me in the past cycle… entrusting me with their stories. This blog post is more about giving thanks, than it is about Thanksgiving wines. It is more interesting, however, if […] The post Thanksgiving wines...

Wine Blog 13 hours, 34 min ago

Giving Thanks: Napa Cab, Willamette Pinot

 Mark As Read    

November in Oregon's Willamette Valley Just in time for Thanksgiving I'm excited to share my new Cornerstone Oregon releases with you. Certainly there is no better match for the traditional cuisine of this American holiday than wines from America's premiere pinot noir and chardonnay region: Oregon. With the 2014 vintage I passed my ...

Wine Camp Blog 18 hours, 31 min ago

Need Some Muscrat Love? It’s at Kerrville Hills Winery

 Mark As Read    

Need Some Muscrat Love?  It's at Kerrville Hills Winery I like this Kerrville Hills Muscrat Love wine for several reasons. The first reason is because at the first public wine tasting that I think that ever did (in Old Town Spring, TX, in the mid-to-late 1990s) I included a sweet and slightly sparkling Muscat Canelli

VintageTexas 1 day ago

The Working Life: When Their Workday Ends, More Fathers Are Heading Into the Kitchen

 Mark As Read    

As parents juggle the demands of their jobs with the desire to prepare home-cooked meals, men are increasingly in front of the stove.

The Pour 1 day ago

Celebrities Board Coffee Bandwagon

 Mark As Read    

Coffee companies and blends with some sort of celebrity attached to them started appearing around 2010, and their numbers are growing.

The Pour 1 day ago

2010 Old Oak Merlot 750 mL

 Mark As Read    

Lots of creme de cassis on the nose. Mild oak influence. Zippy acidity with nice fruit that isn't overly jammy. Just slightly tannic on the back end. Medium length finish. Quite good. 89 - Rob MackayPrice:$20.00 Read more

Wine Blog Pro 1 day ago

Business or Pleasure: Spotting Escorts or Real Ladies

 Mark As Read    

We understand that sometimes it's a little difficult to figure out which ladies on online hookup sites are actually escorts, and which ones are actually real. Even if you're using the best sites to get laid, there's still a chance that you might run into an escort or three, and that means that you're just […]

Santa Barbara wineries to premier Vintage 2014 films with Dec 10th Twitter Tasting

 Mark As Read    

Nearly a year in the making, Kickstarter project Vintage 2014 is set to premier three short films online Wednesday, December 10 with a live simultasting of wines from growers and wineries featured in the eagerly anticipated documentary. Wine bloggers, food … Continue reading →

another wine blog 1 day ago

Is Texas Wine Like Orange Juice?

 Mark As Read    

Is Texas Wine Like Orange Juice? A friend of mine related the following story to me with the caveat that many wineries were likely tired of hearing people like Andrew Chalk (click here) and I (click here) rant about sourcing of grapes used in Texas wines and how wine labeling should accurately reflect the source

VintageTexas 2 days ago

Meet Roy Welland who is selling $15 million of wine

 Mark As Read    

Roy Welland is a big-time collector. It's well known that his collection served as the core of the restaurant CRU, which he owned. But it's not well known that his collection also helped out Alinea when they first opened. That's one of the many interesting tidbits I learned when I talked to Welland before the […] The post Meet Roy Welland who...

Dr Vino's wine blog 2 days ago

2015 Houston Rodeo Uncorks The Best in Texas: Driftwood Estate Winery Longhorn Red 2012

 Mark As Read    

2015 Houston Rodeo Uncorks The Best in Texas: Driftwood Estate Winery Longhorn Red 2012 Well, it's official. The 2015 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition just released the results of their top award winners and  champions are: Grand Champion Best of Show – Rombauer Vineyards Diamond Selection Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Val...

VintageTexas 3 days ago

A Good Appetite: Broccoli and Potato Soup With Rich, Complex Flavors

 Mark As Read    

Searing the broccoli florets on one side adds dimension to this soup. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 3 days ago

City Kitchen: Turkey Hash Is a Great Thanksgiving Leftovers Dish

 Mark As Read    

Chop up that remaining turkey and add those extra vegetables.

The Pour 3 days ago

How to Cook Thanksgiving Dinner: Frequently Asked Questions

 Mark As Read    

Answers to common Thanksgiving cooking questions.

The Pour 3 days ago

Torrisi Italian Specialties to Close

 Mark As Read    

The popular Italian restaurant will be replaced by a more formal place.

The Pour 3 days ago

The Pour: Why Sauternes Is Underappreciated

 Mark As Read    

Rarity, price and changing tastes mean a Bordeaux classic isn’t as loved as it should be.

The Pour 3 days ago

Do bloggers have an obligation to wineries that wine and dine them?

 Mark As Read    

  When I was a working critic I was very particular about not letting wineries spend money on me. I had the reputation of not going out to lunch or dinner on the winery’s dime. I did it every once in a while, but tried to keep it rare. I also was extremely fussy about […]

Louisiana Culinary Trails: Prairie Home Cooking

 Mark As Read    

Kermit Lejeune talks to Jay Ducote as Fred Mince, Dan Jones, Jordan Lewis, and Blair Loup produceBlair Loup helps feed the baby goats before we get back on the roadFilming the Prairie Home Cooking trail brought us away from New Orleans and the Northshore and to the more rural central part of Louisiana. Life slows down a little here but the food cul...

Bite and Booze 3 days ago

Newspapers are dead as we knew them; or, the turkey in the room

 Mark As Read    

One by one, I've watched trusted newspaper wine columnists get the sack from their editors. Some have been replaced by younger, rising stars, some columns went into syndication, and some just had wine disappear all together. In all of this, the evolution has been fascinating to watch… But, today the final bomb just fell from the […] The...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Home Remedies f?r Toothache

 Mark As Read    

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On the trail of Australia’s hidden gems

 Mark As Read    

Jessica Poon, a Private Account Manager in our Hong Kong office, takes some well-earned time off to explore the land down under’s lesser-known – yet no less rewarding – wine territories Having recently been awarded a WSET scholarship from Wine Australia, I spent 10 days visiting Australia's wine regions and was once again struck by the [̷...

Berrys' Wine Blog 3 days ago

Social Q’s: Snooze, You Lose

 Mark As Read    

Questions about Thanksgiving invitation responses, advice about big announcements, holiday potluck changes and acceptable timing for guests.

The Pour 4 days ago

Hungry City: Hungry City: Carnitas El Atoradero in the South Bronx

 Mark As Read    

The restaurant could be just another tiny taqueria, but the decorations and ingredients speak to the chef’s Mexican heritage.

The Pour 4 days ago

Marco’s Restaurant in Brooklyn Is Closing

 Mark As Read    

The year-old sibling of Franny’s drew warm reviews but was “not profitable enough,” according to an owner.

The Pour 4 days ago

A Lefse Recipe for Thanksgiving

 Mark As Read    

Molly Yeh, a Chicago-born food blogger, teaches Sam Sifton how to make traditional Norwegian-American lefse. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 4 days ago

Baroness Philippine de Rothschild

 Mark As Read    

This past August saw the passing of Baroness Philippine de Rothschild.

Grapelines 4 days ago

Burdened With Glorious Purpose (Livio Felluga Terre Alte 2011)

 Mark As Read    

It’s been a while since I bitched and moaned about tasting (okay, and drinking) wines long before “their time.” So I think we can both agree that I am due for a repeat. The trouble is, in the words of Loki, “I am burdened with glorious purpose!” when it comes to wine criticism. Generally, I’m […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and star...

1 Wine Dude 4 days ago

Beaujolais Nouveau Day is Here!

 Mark As Read    

Beaujolais Nouveau Day is here once again, and I was fortunate enough to enjoy an early bottle, so I could blog aobut it on this very day. This year the 2014 Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau is très fabuleux, once again. It has delicious aromas of bright red fruit, like raspberries and strawberries.  When I sipped […] The post Beaujolais No...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

How to collect whisky – part two

 Mark As Read    

Our spirits specialist Ronnie Cox lays bare the criteria required for creating bottled whiskies that will strike a chord with collectors – and the distilleries getting it right The Glenrothes produces vintages (not the standard 12-, 15- and 21-year-old versions) which makes it immediately collectible. It has a growing number of aficionados, some of...

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

California Cabernet Sauvignon: Wines in “crisis”, or just best enjoyed young?

 Mark As Read    

  I’ve wondered for many years if the big, oaky, ripely sweet Napa Cabernets I’ve given high scores to will age or not. In most cases, my suspicion had been “only moderately,” but it was awfully hard to tell, since not even I, as a wine critic, could frequently get my hands on older bottlings—and […]

To Decant... or Nah: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

 Mark As Read    

There seems to be a rift in the whiskey world about whether or not to use a decanter. So this week, Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key Whiskey Bar will explore just that. In the world of grapes, the taste of a wine can improve dramatically when it is decanted, but does the same apply to the taste of a whiskey? The answer is no. Whiskey...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

Eat: Delicious Medicine for the Body and Soul

 Mark As Read    

Health soup, and other dishes for when illness strikes.

The Pour 5 days ago

How to collect whisky – part one

 Mark As Read    

Ronnie Cox, our eminent Brands Heritage Director of 25 years and an ambassador for The Glenrothes – separates the fact from the fiction in his appraisal of the whisky collectors’ market The earliest fatherly investment advice I received was the true story of my great grandfather who purchased shares in a gold mine in the […] The post How to c...

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago

Still blogging after all these years

 Mark As Read    

What does a wine blogger do on her time "off." Hum… Still writing, when so much else has to get done, but the focus has greatly shifted… And, it's not about wine. It's come to writing children's stories for my grandchildren. It slowly started years ago, with my two first grandsons Jonathan and Nate, given to me […] The post Still ...

Wine Blog 5 days ago

Albertina Wine Cellars Best of Mendocino County Mixed Pack, 3 x 750 mL

 Mark As Read    

All wines in this 3 pack are estate bottled. Sustainably farmed mountain vineyard in Hopland, CA. Never used pesticides in the vineyard. 2010 Merlot- Gold Medal, 2009 Cabernet Franc- 2 Silver Medals, 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon- Gold MedalPrice:$78.00 Read more

Wine Blog Pro 5 days ago

What does the Galloni purchase of Tanzer mean to wine criticism?

 Mark As Read    

  It is, I suppose, the fault of the historian and logician in me that I’m always looking for the meaning of things. I’ve always thought that all things are connected in some mysterious way, and that certain events have implications, not only for how the future will unfold, but for trying to understand where […]

It's finally here. What took you so long? Wines of the Walla Walla Valley: A Deep Rooted History

 Mark As Read    

It had been in my brain since I was about seven years old, I was going to write a history book about Walla Walla. Growing up, next door to our house was a wheat field and nearby the field was a road sign that said, "Welcome to Walla Walla. Cradle of Northwest History." I would often stand in front of the sign and stare at it. One summer when I was...

Who Won in Putin’s Feud With West? Organic Farms

 Mark As Read    

With often cheaper imports unavailable, some agricultural activists hope to see a boost in local farming, but for consumers the self-imposed sanctions have so far served mostly to raise food prices.

The Pour 6 days ago

Off the Menu: Pier A Harbor House Opens Downtown

 Mark As Read    

Peter Poulakakos has turned an imposing historic site into a restaurant with decks overlooking New York Harbor.

The Pour 6 days ago
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