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City Kitchen: Braising Meat Makes Tough Cuts Savory and Tender

 Mark As Read    

Tougher cuts, like beef short ribs, become savory and tender when cooked low and slow.

The Pour 15 hours, 3 min ago

Friday Feature Photo: Gripping Tannins

 Mark As Read    

Photographer: Albertina Torres Capture Date: October 12, 2013 Location: Caudete de las Fuentes, DO Utiel-Requena (Valencia-Spain) About: Albeit the odd "duck" of the grape family, the flesh and juice as well as the skin of Alicante Bouchet is dark red, teetering on black. These Teinturier variety grapes also include the Georgian grape, Saperavi - a...

Catavino 16 hours, 14 min ago

Louisiana Culinary Trails: Capital Cravings

 Mark As Read    

Rolling cameras on Iverstine Family Farms with Galen Iverstine,Jay Ducote, Fred Mince, and Dan JonesThe Louisiana Culinary Trails crew had more of a home-field advantage for the filming of the fourth video in the series. We took a trip to Kentwood to talk to local, first generation farmer, Galen Iverstine, about the bustling Red Stick Farmer's Mark...

Bite and Booze 16 hours, 29 min ago

Current Issues in Vineyard Health to be held at UC Davis Extension

 Mark As Read    

Brought to you by the UC Davis Extension Department, the following is the day's agenda and registration information for the ‘Current Issues in Vineyard Health' course. It is going to be held this year in the UC Davis Conference Center, on December 2, 2014. According to Deborah Golino the director of the Foundation Plant Services […] The...

Wine Blog 22 hours, 29 min ago

Urban Farmers Trade Goods and Stories at ‘Crop Swaps’

 Mark As Read    

The swaps, which operate on the barter system, allow people to diversify their pantries while bolstering their relationships with others in their communities.

The Pour 1 day ago

What We Drank For Pre-Thanksgiving Thanksgiving

 Mark As Read    

Quick, get ready to freak out; I am about to talk about a wine that was not a sample, but for which I paid using my very own hard-earned cash! The atom might destabilize!! It’s true. About the wine being purchased, I mean, not about the atom (I think). The short version of the story […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start getting ...

1 Wine Dude 1 day ago

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!

 Mark As Read    

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Each year, once our family is about to have our Thanksgiving meal, we like to first say why we're thankful. I, like most of you, have a lot of thanks for the people who have a great impact my life. I'm going to try to include you all here. This is just a snapshot of […] The post Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! ap...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Hungry City: Hungry City: Fitzcarraldo in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn

 Mark As Read    

At this restaurant in a corner of a 30,000-square-foot former warehouse, the food is Italian, mostly Ligurian, drawing from both the coast and the Alps of northern Italy.

The Pour 1 day ago

NV Mad Housewife Merlot 750ml

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Mad Housewife is non vintage in order to provide our customer with the best possible quality fruit at the very best price. Besides, never as a woman her age, Darling!Price:$19.99 Read more

Wine Blog Pro 1 day ago

Neighborhood Joint: A Parthenon of Produce at United Brothers Fruit Market in Astoria

 Mark As Read    

At all hours, United Brothers Fruit Market in Astoria, Queens, draws customers with its overflowing piles of fruit and vegetables.

The Pour 2 days ago

Cranberry Growers Search for Ways to Share Their Bounty

 Mark As Read    

As cranberry farmers bring in record harvests and berry prices plummet, the industry is trying to recast the fruit outside its usual Thanksgiving milieu.

The Pour 2 days ago

Penny Packer Bourbon: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

 Mark As Read    

Penny Packer BourbonWhisk(e)y Wednesday presented by the Lock & Key Whiskey Bar returns to a review this week with the Penny Packer Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey ($6 a pour at Lock & Key). The nose is light and sweet with some grassy notes and a faint hint of oak. On the tongue the grass remains, possibly turning into a wet hay flavor w...

Bite and Booze 2 days ago

Thanksgiving – A Perfect Time To Try New Wines

 Mark As Read    

Wine suggestions to accompany your Thanksgiving Feast. While Thanksgiving is a time for celebrating family and friends, it is also an opportunity to try some unfamiliar wines. The classic meal of turkey, stuffing and various side-dishes provide a broad palate of flavors, textures and aromas as a starting point for selecting accompanying wines. As ...

Grapelines 2 days ago

Thanksgiving Wines ~ The Reds and a White

 Mark As Read    

Today's blog is about red wines for this coming holiday. Since the weekend is a time when we do some shopping for Thanksgiving, I thought I'd give you wines to research and buy well ahead of this coming Thursday. Wines are a natural  topic during this time of giving thanks, since I'm in the wine business… […] The post Thanksgiving Wines...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

Drink: Two Cocktails to Chill Your Chill Away

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Distilled spirits can warm us up even when we cool them down.

The Pour 2 days ago

Happy Thanksgiving!

 Mark As Read    

  I’ll be driving down to Malibu today with my family members, as we’ve done every Thanksgiving for nearly 30 years. We go to cousin Ellen’s house, on Big Rock in the hills above the P.C.H., where about 22 of us will gather for the traditional turkey. This year’s celebration also will be tinged with […]

Building Blocks: Keeping Terminal Bar, and a Grittier New York City, Alive in History’s Memory

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Sheldon Nadelman took 2,600 photos from 1972 to 1982 when he was a bartender across Eighth Avenue from the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

The Pour 2 days ago

Franciacorta: a threat to Champagne’s throne?

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Sophie Thorpe, a member of our Marketing team, espouses the virtues of all that effervesces in Italy’s wine industry and discovers it’s not all about the Prosecco As far as the Italian sparkling wine category is concerned, Prosecco is the dominant style, thanks to its easy-drinking nature and association with Giuseppe Cipriani’s fêted cocktail, the...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

Thanksgiving in Iberia: An Ode to Port Wine and Stuffed Fowl!

 Mark As Read    

 is a famed holiday in the European community. Non-American friends and co-workers repeatedly ask when this epic meal occurs (hinting for an invite), and nearly all Americans living here agree that the best part of having an authentic Thanksgiving meal on foreign soil is sharing the experience with at least […]

Catavino 2 days ago

The Bekaa of beyond

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The Lebanon’s foremost producer, ChAsteau Musar is worthy of its connoisseur status and more says Emerging Regions Buyer Martin Hudson MW. Here he praises a unique terroir that has thrived in spite of a lengthy war and ongoing political unrest – and explains why our Wine Club members have a vinous treasure in store this […] The post The Bekaa...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

Craft beer overtakes Bud: chart of the day

 Mark As Read    

The King of Beers has a problem: Growth. Or, the lack of it. It's pretty obvious that Bud is in decline. But a chart in the WSJ, reproduced above, shows the scale and speed of that of that collapse, as Bud sales have cratered, falling by 50% over the last decade to 16 million barrels. […] The post Craft beer overtakes Bud: chart of the day ap...

Dr Vino's wine blog 3 days ago

Paris wine bars : Quincave

 Mark As Read    

Outside Quincave on a 3rd thursday of november... Beaujolais Nouveau in Montparnasse Quincave is a gem of a caviste/wine bar lost on the very conventional 14th arrondissement, It's like it had been put there to remind us that there has...

Recipes for Health: Soup, Salad and Stir-Fry With Thanksgiving Leftovers

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Take advantage of the turkey that goes uneaten with dishes that will also serve as vehicles for other leftovers.

The Pour 3 days ago

Off the Menu: Mu Ramen Headlines Restaurant Openings

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A husband-and-wife team gets a new start in Long Island City after operating a pop-up that gained a big following.

The Pour 3 days ago

Tips on Setting the Thanksgiving Table

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Fine-tune those place settings, and allow extra room for waistline expansion.

The Pour 3 days ago

Holiday Special

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Red or white cranberry wines are on sale now for $12 or two for $20. Pairs perfectly with turkey.

Andy's Wine Blog 3 days ago

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Bar Bolonat in the West Village

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The chef Einat Admony and the flavors of multiethnic Israel shine after the restaurant’s rough start.

The Pour 3 days ago

Barbecue Bites: Jay D's Barbecue Chicken Egg Rolls

 Mark As Read    

Jay D's Barbecue Chicken Egg RollsEgg rolls are a great bar food snack. I like to make these Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue chicken egg rolls when I have a bunch of friends over because they're easy to make and easy to hold when you have a beer in the other hand!Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue Chicken Egg RollsMakes 12 egg rolls3 cups green cabbage, julienn...

Bite and Booze 3 days ago

The Thanksgiving Recipes Googled in Every State

 Mark As Read    

Which foods are unusually popular in each state on Thanksgiving.

The Pour 3 days ago

3x More Sales – The Effect of an “Amazon Prime” Like Program in the Wine Industry

 Mark As Read    

A year ago we launched 46Brix, an "Amazon Prime" type program for the wine industry. Let's start with the premise: a customer pays $79/year and receives shipping included on all of their wine purchases from 29 different wineries. Let's look at how we are doing one year into the program. From a wineries perspective, the two goals ...

Vin 65 3 days ago

Making The Yuletide Not-Very-Dry With Fix.com

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Ah, holiday wine pairing articles. I know, most of you hate ‘em. Trouble is, when it comes to wine drinkers, that vitriol puts us squarely in the minority. Many, many drinkers search for this kind of thing at pretty much every holiday, so it’s up to wine-writer-folk-types to try to make the dreaded duty of […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting ...

1 Wine Dude 3 days ago

Spanish Recipe: Andalusian-style Roasted Turkey

 Mark As Read    

With origins mainly in Asia, North Africa, and Western Europe, wild birds such as wood pigeon, quail, pheasant, goose, duck, and partridge are found in numerous and varied preparations throughout the Iberian peninsula, influenced by traditions of Europe (present in the use of alcohol, patés, pine nuts and truffles, of […]

Catavino 3 days ago

Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt

 Mark As Read    

Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt, The Compete History of Presidential Drinking, by Mark Will-Weber, is a well researched and documented history book, the likes of which we've yet had revealed. Enlightening, frightening, and really captivating, This book will never be pried out of my stiffly clutched arms. I think I'll take it with me for fun [̷...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Zvi Segal of Segal Winery (Hebrew)

 Mark As Read    

This video is about Zvi Segal, patriarch of the Segal Family, one of the early winemaking families in Israel.  

Eastern ambition

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Following a recent trip to the orient Jasper Morris MW reports back on the state of the Chinese wine industry and the challenges facing it I was agog to see the countryside of central China from the air, once we had escaped from the more humid and polluted atmosphere of the eastern seaboard. As we began […] The post Eastern ambition appeared ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 3 days ago

French attitudes toward Napa Valley, plus comparisons of winegrapes to meat?

 Mark As Read    

  It’s too funny, really. When I first started out in this biz, you couldn’t give Napa Valley wine away to the French. “Mais non!” was their attitude. It was vin de table, merde, Algerian plonk. Some of us knew otherwise, and suspected that the French—so chauvinistic in the belief that no other culture could […]

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 4 days 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 4 days 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 4 days 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 days 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 days 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 days 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 4 days 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 4 days 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 4 days 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 […]

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 4 days 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 4 days 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 5 days 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 5 days ago
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