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Wine School: Your Next Lesson: Cava

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The best have a beautifully light, feathery, subtle texture that makes them perfect summer-weight sparklers.

The Pour 9 hours, 41 min ago

What makes Kosher Wine Kosher?

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In 2007, Israeli winemaker Shuki Yashuv of Agur Winery surrendered the right to touch his own wine when he turned his winery kosher. Despite being Jewish, Shuki is not considered a “kosher worker.” Host David Rhodes also meets winemaker Shiki Rauchberger at Teperberg, Israel’s oldest kosher winery, to understand how kosher wine is made and […...

HaKerem: The Israeli Wine Blog 9 hours, 42 min ago

Wine School: Ever Elusive Sonoma Chardonnay

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Individual wines can be very good, but the overall identity of the appellation is hard to pin down.

The Pour 10 hours, 11 min ago

Spotted Pig Team Plans a High-Rise Project Downtown

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April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman are planning four stories of dining in a Lower Manhattan apartment tower.

The Pour 10 hours, 22 min ago

Cari Caramonta: Mother of Malts

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by Blair "B-Rex" LoupIt’s a tale as old as time (cue twinkly, sparkly music), boy meets girl, boy likes beer, boy teaches girl to like beer, boy brews beer, girl pushes boy to open commercial brewery, girl make brewery a success while wild boy brews beer all day, girl makes boy get a haircut. Okay, so obviously the story of the Caramonta’s and how ...

Bite and Booze 11 hours, 13 min ago

Not just for celebration

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Following our inaugural tasting of Grower Champagne at Vintners’ Hall last night, Edwin Dublin – Champagne Specialist – reports on the event focusing on the region’s artisan producers, and the wines that he felt shone bright. Seventeen producers, 51 champagnes and the glittering surroundings of the Vintners’ Hall, the home of London’s wine trade, m...

Berrys' Wine Blog 11 hours, 28 min ago

Hungry City: Tibetan Food Finds a New Home at Punda

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In Sunnyside, Queens, the soups, bread and dumplings known as momos reflect the chef Tenzing Tsering’s culinary background.

The Pour 12 hours, 26 min ago

Alex Gambal – An American in Beaune

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The Wines of Maison Alex Gambal. Alex Gambal has been able to fulfill the dream of living abroad better than most.

Grapelines 13 hours, 41 min ago

Insert Your Own Minecraft Pun Here (Ornellaia’s 2012 “Enchantment” And Other Releases)

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If you're me, when you get an invite to attend a guided tasting of Ornellaia's 2012 "L'Incanto" release (and some past vintages) with Giovanni Geddes da Filicaja and winemaker Axel Heinz at 620 Loft and Garden in NYC in May, you accept. Because, well, that's how you spend a Monday when you're me, alright? And […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasti...

1 Wine Dude 16 hours, 3 min ago

Feature: The Wrath of Grapes

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A band of upstart winemakers is trying to redefine what California wine should taste like — and enraging America’s most famous oenophile in the process.

The Pour 17 hours, 2 min ago

Summer libations: Gin & Tonic

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In the second of her series of cocktails suited to warmer weather, Amanda Baxter praises the versatility of the traditional gin and tonic, and how to avoid the rut of ‘ice and a slice’. The classic gin and tonic is an English staple, a drink that can trace its roots back to the era of the British […] The post Summer libations: Gin & Toni...

Berrys' Wine Blog 20 hours, 33 min ago

Blend or single vineyard? It depends on the variety

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  Sauvignon Blanc is one of those grape varieties that seems to benefit from judicious blending from multiple sources in California. Cool-climate Sauvignon Blanc can be audacious and savory in gooseberries, with a touch of pyrazine that can be too green for many people. Warm-climate Sauvignon can have delicious tropical fruit flavors but be a ...

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 20 hours, 52 min ago

And the wine business brainchild gathers…

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As a public service, just in case some of you might have missed this important one… 2015 Wine Industry Technology Symposium WITS 2015 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN… Join 400+ Fellow Wine Industry Executives and Managers at the 11th Annual Wine Industry Technology Symposium Our 11th Annual Wine Industry Technology Symposium promises to be our...

Wine Blog 21 hours, 1 min ago

Cellar Tour and Wine Tasting with Philipp Wittmann and Eva Clüsserath-Wittmann at Weingut Wittmann in Westhofen “ Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2014)

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Picture: Günter and Philipp Wittmann The last leg of our Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2014) was a day in Rheinhessen. We visited 3 winemakers: Weingut Wittmann, Weingut Katharina Wechsler and Weingut Gunderloch.Weingut Gunderloch is imported into the USA by Rudi Wiest Selection. It has long been well established in the US market and th...

Schiller Wine 22 hours, 33 min ago

10 Destinations for the Perfect Summer Road Trip

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The weather is heating up, school is ending, and the beach is calling your name, which can only mean one thing…it's officially summer! We can't think of a more appropriate way to welcome the new season than with a classic summer road trip, so dust off that portable BBQ, swap your shoes for a pair

Ken's Wine Guide 1 day ago

Domaine Bernard Baudry (Chinon)

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Matthieu & Bernard Baudry in one of the cellars Cravant-les-Coteaux (Chinon, Loire) Domaine Bernard Baudry is today symbolic of quality and hard work for the Chinon wines. Chinon, apart from its beautiful Chateau (pic on right) and for being the...

Joshua Ozersky Drowned After a Seizure

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The food writer, who died suddenly on May 4, drowned in the shower after suffering a seizure, the Cook County Medical Examiner said.

The Pour 1 day ago

1804 Old Fashioned: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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1804 Old Fashioned at Lock & KeyThere are a plethora of fantastic cocktails on the menu at Lock & Key and lately they haven't been shy about introducing new ones. Or in some cases, really old ones.Take, for example, the 1804 Old Fashioned. This recipe actually dates back to the early 1800s when it was simply known as a cocktail. It includes...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

Best French Onion Soup Recipe & Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

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This is the best French Onion Soup recipe! This is my husband's favorite soup of all time. This french onion soup is a wonderful comfort food. Serve pumpkin chocolate chip cookies for dessert.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

San Luis Obispo Restaurants

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San Luis Obispo Restaurants celebrate Restaurant Month in January. Savor the locally grown produce, meats, and wines during this month-long event.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Eat: Brazilian Soul Food

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For feijoada, desperation begat deliciousness.

The Pour 1 day ago

Q&A: Questions for Chef Enrique Olvera

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Having conquered New York with his restaurant Cosme, the Mexican chef is returning to his native country to extend his empire.

The Pour 1 day ago

Essential ingredients: asparagus

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In the first of a new monthly feature on seasonal produce, our Head Chef Stewart Turner dishes up a simple asparagus starter, while Richard Veal from our Private Wine Events team suggests wines to partner the season’s slender stems. On the plate: Asparagus is one of the truly great seasonal treats in an age when we are used […] The post Essen...

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

Whither wine writing? Hosemaster’s post makes me think

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  The Hosemaster has a pretty good spoof up on his blog. It’s a little harsh, even for him, but that’s Hosemaster for you, unsparing and direct, whose unblinking eye sees all and tells it like it is (and never with malice. Well, maybe a little…). But he does hit on some truths about the […]

Eight Easy Pieces Discovered at Kick Ranch

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Dick Keenan's Kick Ranch Get Together As I was talking with Rick Baum, Dick Keenan's designated consumer, I was thinking to myself, "I'm continually amazed at how easily I get along with lawyers." That's because, it's in my DNA… So many forefathers, if only my parents had guided me, seen in me that my questioning […] The post Eight Easy...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

The Art Marketer - A CELEBRATION OF LIFE: Wine Tasting & Art Exhibit

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Picture: Artist Susan Levin and the Wine Event Organizer Annette Schiller (Source: The Art Marketer) The Art Marketer, a blog run by Lisa Freedman out of New York City, carried an article about a recent wine tasting cum art exhibition by the Artist Susan Levin and the Wine Event Organizer Annette Schiller in Washington DC. A road trip to Rockville,...

Schiller Wine 1 day ago

Down the Rosés & Copper Rabbit Hole

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So you know rosés are all the hot topic these days, but you are not quite so sure what it is or even more fearful… how to buy something on the fly for a dinner party. What is rosés It is not a wine made of rose petals.  But sometimes, aromatically similar and the color […]

Portalis Wine 2 days ago

EthniFacts creates “Diversity in Wine Writing Scholarship” for WBC15

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Today the Wine Bloggers Conference Scholarship Foundation and EthniFacts, a multicultural knowledge and insights consultancy, announced the establishment of the “EthniFacts Diversity in Wine Writing Scholarship,” to encourage ethnic, gender and cultural diversity in the North American Wine Bloggers Conference … Continue reading →

another wine blog 2 days ago

A Little Soul in the Old Heart of Baton Rouge: Dominique's Stockyard Café

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by Blair "B-Rex" LoupMany argue that Baton Rouge struggles to find a food identity, but sometimes, what I love most about our culinary culture is the variety. I hail from Sulphur, Louisiana which is home to mostly chain restaurants, mediocre Tex-Mex, and simple Americana, so moving to Baton Rouge for school became a gastronomic awakening.Baton Rou...

Bite and Booze 2 days ago

Off the Menu: Tavern on the Green Adds a Beer Garden

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The menu mostly sticks to tradition with soft pretzels and bratwurst; French and Italian fare in Park Slope; South American tapas in the East Village; and more.

The Pour 2 days ago

Fried Guacamole, an Appetizer Mashup at Abajo

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Angelo Sosa of Abajo combines guacamole and fried food; OurHarvest delivers locally sourced food in the New York metropolitan area; a book on negronis; and more.

The Pour 2 days ago

Recipes for Health: Garlic Shrimp Lightened by Its Own Broth

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Shell broth reduces the olive oil component, with green garlic adding a sweet edge.

The Pour 2 days ago

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Aquavit in Midtown

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Scandinavian cuisine that stands the test of time in Midtown.

The Pour 2 days ago

Brother’s Wonderful Wines Are Product Of On-The-Job Training

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Review of the Shirah Luna Matta Vineyard Aglianico 2013 and a look at the Mint Julep. “Opportunity is missed by most people,” Thomas Edison is quoted as saying, “because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” For Gabriel and Shimon Weiss, the founders of the Shirah Wine Company, it appeared in the form of surplus grapes from California’s ...

Grapelines 2 days ago

Urban Gardening on the Third Floor

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In their walk-up in the West Village, Kerry Trueman and Matt Rosenberg show how building an apartment garden has become easier.

The Pour 2 days ago

Urban Gardening Tips

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Basics to set up a garden using window boxes, containers and hanging baskets.

The Pour 2 days ago

City Kitchen: Asparagus: Stylish, Slender and Easily Accessorized

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A salad of asparagus and smoked chicken has a bright, piquant dressing.

The Pour 2 days ago

Lone Vineyards, Italian Trivia, 100 Bottles, And Steel Rods (May 2015 Answers Article Roundup)

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You want more Wine.Answers.com article madness, peeps? No?!? Well, too f*ckin' bad! Because here's the Wine.Answers.com article roundup for the month! Wine Product Review: Mooma Wine Chill Rod Hmm. Well… I was divided on this one. The Mooma has three functions, none of which it excels at performing, BUT… if you don't already have a [...

1 Wine Dude 2 days ago

The Artful Wine Lovers Journal

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[…] The post The Artful Wine Lovers Journal appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 2 days ago

On the table: Vinoteca King’s Cross

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This month Victoria Stewart visits the flourishing King’s Cross area to check out the newest branch of Vinoteca, a stalwart on the London food and wine circuit. Restaurants are springing up around the new King’s Cross station development faster than Gordon Ramsay can roar the F-word. Yet these are not the sorts of unassuming bolt-holes […] Th...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

The vagaries of vintages

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  I’m calling this post the vagaries of vintages because you never know what the weather is going to be during the growing season. Farmers have known this forever, of course, ever since our farmer ancestors began harvesting crops, which is one of the things that made us human and led to civilization. European grapegrowers […]

Vit 101 ~ 8 ~ Cooling Trends

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VIT 101: With a cooling trend after a warm spell (like we're having right now in Russian River Valley), vineyard activity slows. So, if the season came early (as it did), and grape farmers might have thought that perhaps they'd have an early harvest, things just slowed back down a bit. This is how each […] The post VIT 101 ~ 8 ~ COOLING TREND...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

Winemaker Dinner with Friedrich Jülg, Weingut Jülg, Pfalz, Germany, at Evo Bistro in McLean, Washington DC, USA

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Picture: At Evo Bistro - Charles Woods of Bonhomie Imports, Friedrich Jülg of Weingut Jülg, Annette Schiller of ombiasyPR and WineTours and Driss Zahidi of Evo BistroMy wife Annette Schiller from ombiasyPR and WineTours and I tasted the wines of Weingut Jülg for the first time in Frankfurt, Germany, at a portolio tasting of K&M Gutsweine, ow...

Schiller Wine 2 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For May 25, 2015

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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 3 days ago

Celebrate Languedoc Day, Friday May 29th

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Friday, May 29th lovers of Languedoc wines will join together to celebrate this special region in the South of France. We made our third trip to the region last month, and can tell you the wines are better than ever! … Continue reading →

another wine blog 3 days ago

A promenader’s picnic

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May heralds the booking process for the Proms and, with his tickets safely secured, Tom Cave – our Cellar Plan Manager – looks ahead to the season, making plans for essential pre-concert picnics. I have a propensity for the works of Gustav Mahler and these always enjoy a good representation at the Proms.  To enjoy […] The post A promenader’s ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 3 days ago

Musings on Diageo’s rumored sale of its wineries

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  I hope Diageo is doing all right financially, but to judge from all these rumors that the London-based company is going to sell its iconic wine brands, maybe they really are experiencing some difficulty. Their California brands from Napa Valley or County include Sterling, Beaulieu, Acacia and Provenance. The first two will be familiar [̷...

For National Wine Day I need 366 days in a year

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Hello [Jo], Celebrate National Wine Day on Monday May 25th with ZIOBAFFA! ZIOBAFFA takes pride in authenticity with an attention to detail and quality. It will create an genuine Italian experience, making you feel like a true connoisseur while raising a glass to National Wine Day! ZIOBAFFA is an organically grown, Italian wine that is […] The...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

A Rare Opportunity: A Bottle of 2010 ChÃ-teau Bolongbao from China in Washington DC, USA

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Picture: 2010 ChÃ-teau Bolongbao from ChinaRecently at our house in Washington DC, Annette and I drunk - with our daughter Cornelia and son-in-law Chris - a bottle of 2010 ChÃ-teau Bolongbao from Bashimudi in the Fangshan Region, close to Beijing, China. That one drinks an ultra-premium Chinese wine outside of China does not happen that often. But...

Schiller Wine 3 days ago

Hold the Mimosa. I’ll Have a Biscuit.

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A bill before the New York State Legislature would give restaurants the option of allowing dogs into back gardens and sidewalk patios when accompanied by a human diner.

The Pour 4 days ago
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