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Kulhman Cellars: For Love of Vina Vita and the Recreation of a First Kiss

 Mark As Read    

Kulhman Cellars: For Love of Vina Vita and the Recreation of a First Kiss On a busy Fall afternoon, while rushing back to my cottage on the hill at the end of a long drive, I was encouraged by Jennifer Beckman to stop by the newly opened Kuhlman Cellars. After stopping-in to a take a peek, I’ll

VintageTexas 3 hours, 59 min ago

Off the Menu: Michael Chernow Focuses on Fish at Seamore’s

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Other new restaurants feature Latin-Caribbean, Italian and Chinese food.

The Pour 8 hours, 4 min ago

California’s Drought Changes Habits in the Kitchen

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In the fourth year of drought, recipes and realities are changing in kitchens and restaurants.

The Pour 9 hours, 4 min ago

A New Pineapple Rum, With a Nod to Dickens

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The literary spirit, inspired by a character from “The Pickwick Papers,” has received praise from mixologists and everyday drinkers alike.

The Pour 10 hours, 35 min ago

With Tempura Matsui, Fine Tempura Dining Arrives in New York

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The restaurant in Murray Hill will offer a tasting menu of delicately fried seafood and vegetables, starting next week.

The Pour 11 hours, 53 min ago

Recipes for Health: Roasted Monkfish, a Dish to Fool Lobster Lovers

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Gigot de Mer à la Provençale is seasoned with rosemary, thyme, bay leaf and garlic, and served on a bed of ratatouille.

The Pour 12 hours, 12 min ago

It’s Not “Hipster” If It’s Already “Mainstream” (On Delectable And The Changing Tastes Of Today’s Fine Wine Consumers)

 Mark As Read    

Last week, one of the nation's only real newspapers (the New York Times) published a little piece about the popular wine review mobile app Delectable. What I found most interesting about the article was the discussion of Delectable's user trend data with the company's resident wine pro, Julia Weinberg. Here's a look at the Delectable […] Gra...

1 Wine Dude 16 hours, 20 min ago

They came to Number Three: The Royal Dukes

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Following the opening of our new events venue, the Sussex Cellar, we republish an article from our Number Three magazine on “Queen Victoria’s Wicked Uncles”; the Royal Dukes of the early 19th century, of which the Duke of Sussex (the namesake of our cellar) was one. Nothing did more to popularise the custom of being […] The post They came to ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 20 hours, 49 min ago

The changing role of the somm

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Predictions of the demise of almost anything are usually exaggerated, as Mark Twain had occasion to note. He was very much alive when it was reported that he had died. Along the same lines, neither are sommeliers about to go the way of the dodo bird, as suggested in this piece, called “Are sommeliers becoming […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 21 hours, 10 min ago

Around the Wine World in Eight Days – Germany

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

Wine Blog 21 hours, 18 min ago

Front Burner: Condiments Galore at New York’s Fancy Food Show

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New varieties of sriracha, ketchup and other condiments make their debut; a children’s book recounts a dessert’s history; new olive oils; and more.

The Pour 1 day ago

UNESCO recognizes Burgundy’s “climats” and Champagne’s hills

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UNESCO added wine regions to their list of World Heritage sites at Saturday's meeting in Bonn. The 1,247 "climats" of Burgundy as well as the Champagne hillsides received official recognition as cultural sites. Campaigns in each French region supported the bids as well as the French government since UN member states are limited in nominating [̷...

Freezing Food: Tips From the Pros

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Using freezers to preserve food can be done efficiently to achieve a better taste.

The Pour 1 day ago

From the Farmers’ Market to the Freezer

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A growing number of chefs are quietly employing a time-tested method of preservation to capture a taste of produce at its unadulterated peak.

The Pour 1 day ago

City Kitchen: Summery Rice Noodles With Coconut Milk, Curry and Shrimp

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A quick single-pan dish of curry noodles and shrimp that would work just as well with chicken, vegetables or tofu.

The Pour 1 day ago

Close at Hand: Cherry Bombe’s Claudia Wu and Her Trusty Ice-Cream Maker

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It’s too large for her kitchen in SoHo, so she uses it in her closet, wedged between a laundry bin and a pair of boots.

The Pour 1 day ago

Book Review – Madeira: The Islands and their Wines?

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Richard Mayson’s newest book, Madeira: The Islands and their Wines, is exactly what I needed. Let me explain. I’d just become a part-time wine student, and went to class one evening a week, initially just to get a bit of variety from life at my full-time day job. I was […]

Catavino 1 day ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 6, 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 1 day ago

Grocery Delivery Service Instacart Adds Zabar’s

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On Monday the partnership between Instacart and the Upper West Side specialty food store was made official, though delivery will remain uptown for now.

The Pour 1 day ago

Wine, beer…and pot?

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  As a longtime pot enthusiast, and the current holder of a California medical marijuana card, I’ve been glad to witness the acceptance of weed in America. If you’d asked me twenty years ago if I thought the legalization of marijuana (or gay marriage, for that matter) would occur in my lifetime, I would have […]

Around the Wine World in Eight Days – Spain

 Mark As Read    

Today is the fifth day of Around the Wine World in Eight Days.  ¡Ole, Jose, it's Spanish wine day! Turkey – Tuesday Chile – Wednesday Argentina – Thursday France – Friday And we took off the weekend, sightseeing in France Spain – Monday Germany – Tuesday Australia – Wednesday New Zealand – Thursday To...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

La Petite Mort: To Die the Little Death

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Growing up in West Virginia, I lived in a big house on top of a hill. On either side of the house there was a sundeck. The one on the west side of the house I used to bake myself … Continue reading →

another wine blog 2 days ago

Clouds But No Rain

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Dawn in the Napa Valley Vineyards of Yountville. The clouds over Atlas Peak brought us no rain.

Wine Camp Blog 2 days ago

Summer Love: She Wooed Him With Stew. Now He Does the Cooking.

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A three-week summer romance ended when Dolores Batista told Julio Rodriguez she didn’t date nightclub managers. It took 10 years for them to get back together, but they haven’t been apart since.

The Pour 3 days ago

Bedfellows, Bloggers and Bollocks…

 Mark As Read    

Once upon a time there was a semi-famous writer who penned for a big glossy wine magazine. Short in stature, but tall on ego, he sought to school the new breed of wine critic — the wine blogger. Beware Strange … Continue reading →

another wine blog 4 days ago

The Sussex Cellar: a new subterranean space

 Mark As Read    

As the ribbon is cut and our newest cellar declared open, Demetri Walters MW – Sales Manager of our Private Wine Events team – ducks out of the sun and into the Sussex Cellar, exploring the space and its history. After more than three years in the making, we revealed our long-anticipated Sussex Cellar last […] The post The Sussex Cellar: a ne...

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

Announcing the end of the wine-and-foor pairing dictatorship

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  Perhaps the most refreshing development in the world of wine is the gradual rejection of strict wine-and-food-pairing do’s and don’ts, in favor of “Don’t worry about it, if you like it, just do it.” This liberating thought struck me as I was reading through this article in yesterday’s Napa Register which paraphrased MW Tim […]

Around the Wine World in Eight Days – France

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Today is the fourth day of Around the Wine World in Eight Days, so today is France! 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 1...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

A New Cabernet for Cornerstone Cellars: Michael's Cuvée

 Mark As Read    

Essentially all wines are cuvée blends to one degree or the other. Unless a wine comes from a single barrel or tank that passed from fermenter to bottle with no additions all wines are are blends. They're either blends of barrels or vineyards or varieties or all of the above. The important thing is why you make a cuvée. Like so many wine terms, r...

Wine Camp Blog 5 days ago

Revalued: Panera’s Mission to Be Anything but Artificial

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The fast-casual chain said it would eliminate high-fructose corn syrup from soda that it serves as part of an initiative to phase out artificial ingredients.

The Pour 5 days ago

A Good Appetite: Fried Chicken Stars in This Make-Ahead Meal

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Panzanella and a peach and coconut cream cake complement a feast that lets the cook clean the kitchen and take a shower before the doorbell rings. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 5 days ago

Wine School: Your Next Lesson: Santorini Assyrtiko

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Introduce yourself to the Greek island of Santorini’s distinctive white wines, ancient but still little known around the globe.

The Pour 5 days ago

Wine School: Cava Sparkles on Its Own Merits

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Too often measured against Champagne or chosen by price alone, Spain’s sparkling wine doesn’t suffer by comparison.

The Pour 5 days ago

Per Se Violated Labor Law With ‘Service Charge,’ Inquiry Finds

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The restaurant described an operational charge for private dining events using terminology that the state attorney general said could lead customers to believe it was a tip for employees.

The Pour 5 days ago

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

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

The Pour 5 days ago

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

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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 5 days ago

Bites: Restaurant Report: Edwins Leadership & Restaurant Institute in Cleveland

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A restaurant staffed by former prisoners being trained in the restaurant business does not take it easy with the menu, or the prices.

The Pour 5 days ago

A wine’s worth

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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 5 days ago

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

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  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 […]

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 5 days 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 6 days 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 6 days 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 6 days 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 6 days ago

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

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

The Pour 6 days 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 6 days 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 6 days ago

By the Numbers: A Popular App Charts Changing Tastes in Wine

 Mark As Read    

Delectable, which has become one of the leading apps for identifying and sharing information on what you drink, is used by amateurs and some of the most influential voices in wine.

The Pour 6 days ago
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