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Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For May 25, 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 hour, 16 min ago

Celebrate Languedoc Day, Friday May 29th

 Mark As Read    

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 4 hours, 25 min ago

A promenader’s picnic

 Mark As Read    

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 5 hours, 46 min ago

Musings on Diageo’s rumored sale of its wineries

 Mark As Read    

  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 [̷...

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 6 hours, 6 min ago

For National Wine Day I need 366 days in a year

 Mark As Read    

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 6 hours, 15 min ago

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

 Mark As Read    

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 7 hours, 46 min ago

Gourmet Seafood Recipes

 Mark As Read    

These gourmet seafood recipes are also good for your heart. If you love seafood, or your doctor has been encouraging you to eat more seafood, you'll love these enticing recipes.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

California Hiking Trails

 Mark As Read    

California hiking trails are some of the best hikes you'll find anywhere. Get detailed information on nature hikes including hiking trail maps and directions.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Pursuits: In Vietnam, Street Food Moves From Sidewalk to Storefront

 Mark As Read    

Savoring the specialties in Hanoi and Hoi An restaurants that preserve the informality and limited menus of Vietnam’s beloved street stalls.

The Pour 2 days ago

Cookbooks: Maureen Abood’s ‘Rose Water & Orange Blossoms’ Takes You to Lebanon

 Mark As Read    

In her new cookbook, Ms. Abood delves deeply and delectably into the cuisine of her family history.

The Pour 2 days ago

Close at Hand: Bedtime Math’s Founder Uses an Eggbeater for More Than Just Eggs

 Mark As Read    

Laura Overdeck turns an eggbeater into a teachable moment.

The Pour 2 days ago

The Fate of the Four Seasons Hangs in the Balance

 Mark As Read    

The building owner wants the restaurant out when the lease expires next year, so the two men who own and run it are closing in on a space downtown.

The Pour 2 days ago

Moving away from “the wine list”

 Mark As Read    

  Lucy Shaw’s interview with Christopher Cooper, reported in the drinks business, contains some wise and useful insights, especially Cooper’s contention that sommeliers “need to work harder, take more risks and open their eyes to the bigger world of drinks, taking in beer, cider, cocktails and spirits.” Declaring the traditional wine list “dea...

Hamburglar and Colonel Sanders Are Back to Sell Fast Food

 Mark As Read    

Some fast-food chains are betting on nostalgia to set themselves apart in a crowded industry.

The Pour 2 days ago

Italy’s Treasured Olive Oil, at the Source

 Mark As Read    

In Tuscany and Puglia, making olive oil is a lifestyle, one threatened by bad weather and a killer bacteria.

The Pour 3 days ago

Midsummer feasts: Coronation chicken

 Mark As Read    

With the picnic season upon us, our Head Chef Stewart Turner continues his series of recipes for al fresco dining with a quintessentially British picnic dish – coronation chicken; previously considered passé, this street-party staple is experiencing a revival. Coronation chicken has had its ups and downs since its original inception as a dish to [&...

Berrys' Wine Blog 3 days ago

Chance to win the dramatic and perhaps you’ll meet Jean-Charles Boisset

 Mark As Read    

Is there anyone in wine more dramatic and loved than Jean Charles Boisset? The post Chance to win the dramatic and perhaps you'll meet Jean-Charles Boisset appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Lunch in Gevry-Chambertin, Bourgogne, France

 Mark As Read    

Pictures: Annette Schiller, ombiasyPR and WineTours, Christian Schiller and Sandrine Rebsamen at Chez Guy in Gevry-ChambertinRecently in the Bourgogne, our final meal was a Formule Déjeuner* à 24 As‚¬ at Chez Guy in Gervry-Chambertin, the famous wine village in the Bourgogne. It was excellent.See:Preview: Bourgogne Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2016...

Schiller Wine 3 days ago

The Pour: Rosé Wine From Provence Deserves to Live a Little

 Mark As Read    

Let the better ones age, and your patience will be rewarded.

The Pour 3 days ago

Hungry City: Crêpes Canaveral Spreads Itself Thin

 Mark As Read    

The takeout counter that started serving Breton crepes a few years ago in the East Village is worth the extra wait.

The Pour 3 days ago

Food Companies Fear Bird Flu May Cause Egg Shortages

 Mark As Read    

The flu is forcing farmers to kill more than 38 million infected birds, 33 million of which are laying hens.

The Pour 4 days ago

Wheels Keep Turnin’ (Red Car Recent Releases)

 Mark As Read    

I have (among other things) been described as peripatetic. That adjective is apt, but as peripatetic as I can be, I pale in comparison to Red Car‘s tall, thin, and quick-witted General Manager Peter Willmert. Willmert, along with winemaker Carroll Kemp and vineyard manager Adam Carter live, breathe, and seemingly sleep (if Willmert actually s...

1 Wine Dude 4 days ago

Celebrate National Chardonnay Day, May 21st

 Mark As Read    

Today we celebrate National Chardonnay Day with California's First Family of Chardonnay, Wente Vineyards. Now in its fifth generation of winemakers, the Wente family began in 1836, when Carl H. Wente purchased 48 acres of vineyard land in Livermore Valley, … Continue reading →

another wine blog 4 days ago

Summer libations: The King’s Summer Cup

 Mark As Read    

As we embark upon the summer season, Amanda Baxter from our Spirits division provides the first of her weekly cocktail recipes, a refreshing punch using The King's Ginger. Ginger, lemon, red fruit; these are not only fresh summer flavours that work well together, but also the inspiration of childhood favourites fruit salads and jellies. These easy ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

Why expensive wine doesn’t always offer more pleasure

 Mark As Read    

  I’ve long been a critic who agrees that expensive wine isn’t always or necessarily better than inexpensive wine. This conclusion is based, not solely on common sense, but on experience. It’s a topic that’s of interest to people because, after all, we’re all limited in how much we can spend on stuff (especially a […]

Seeing a value come to fruition ~ Suisun Valley

 Mark As Read    

One of my greatest gifts in the wine business was to have the Suisun Valley Vintners and Grape Growers Association come to my doorstep, in September of 2003. We were told that the group had some government funds for the next seven years, and they wanted help to get Suisun onto the wine maps. Finding […] The post Seeing a value come to fruitio...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Tilenus – Excellence in the lost art of Mencia

 Mark As Read    

[…] The post Tilenus – Excellence in the lost art of Mencia appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 4 days ago

Lunch and Wine Tasting with Georg Rumpf, Weingut Kruger-Rumpf, Nahe Valley “ Germany-North Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2014)

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Lunch and Wine Tasting at Weingut Kruger-Rumpf Wine TavernWe had lunch cum wine tasting at Weingut Kruger-Rumpf with Georg Rumpf. After lunch, we took a quick cellar tour.Weingut Kruger-Rumpf was the second of the three wineries we visited that day in the Nahe Valley: Weingut Dönnhoff, Weingut Kruger-Rumpf and Schlossgut Diel. Interesting...

Schiller Wine 4 days ago

Last vintage at Clos Roche Blanche (Loire)

 Mark As Read    

Didier pouring a bottle from long before Clos Roche Blanche (pinot gris 1953) Mareuil, Touraine (Loire) You may know this by now, but Clos Roche Blanche will close its doors this year, as Didier Barrouillet and Catherine Roussel are retiring...

LA1 is back, but it won't last long! Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

 Mark As Read    

LA1 right on the bottling lineIt is Whisk(e)y Wednesday, and that means a weekly blog post about this amazing elixir.It is also Wine Wednesday. It isn't as often celebrated at Bite and Booze, but today is special with the launch of Jay D's Blanc Du Bois!But back to whiskey... it is time to get excited for another batch of LA1 Whiskey from the Donne...

Bite and Booze 4 days ago

Eat: Every Last Bit

 Mark As Read    

Discovering ara yaki, an addictive Japanese dish of fish scraps and bones roasted to a golden crisp.

The Pour 5 days ago

Recipe: Portuguese Sardine Salad

 Mark As Read    

As the weather warms up in the northeast, we begin to itch with a desire to do outdoorsy activities. Grilling is one of them! But I’ll admit that a whole lot of what seems ideal in my mind has trouble coming together in practice when the day flies by and […]

Catavino 5 days ago

Catch the Pigeon

 Mark As Read    

Dispelling the myth that exemplary rums are only distilled in the Caribbean, our fine single-estate variety The Pink Pigeon has flown all the way from the Republic of Mauritius. Here, Master Blender Alain Chatel explains the unique allure of this award-winning spirit. The Pink Pigeon takes its name from one of the rarest birds in […] The post...

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago

Why do scores matter so much to sales people, and so little to buyers?

 Mark As Read    

  I was talking yesterday with someone who’s deep in the wine industry, and he made a remark that surprised me at first, but then, the more I thought about it, the more sense it made. I was asking him (as I ask almost everyone these days) if critical scores and reviews still matter, and […]

Women for WineSense needs you as a lecturer

 Mark As Read    

A new Lecture Series has been introduced by Women for WineSense. This is a new addition to the Napa | Sonoma WWS suite of member benefits. Are you an expert in the wine industry? Do you have unique knowledge? Would you like to teach others something they need to know? If so, please do the […] The post Women for WineSense needs you as a l...

Wine Blog 5 days ago

Winemakers John Forrest from Forrest Estate and Anna Seifried from Seifried Estate at the Embassy of New Zealand in Washington DC, USA

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Christian Schiller, John Forrest from Forrest Estate and Annette Schiller from ombiasyPR and WineToursOne of the wine success stories in the past couple of decades is New Zealand. New Zealand's wine makers have penetrated the global wine market with stunning Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir wines, but also with other grape varieties and spar...

Schiller Wine 5 days ago

Canada’s beef with American wine

 Mark As Read    

Canada has a beef with the US. They're pawing the ground and seeing red. Red wine, that is. Such a dispute is rare for the two NAFTA countries that share the longest undefended border in the world. The meat of the matter is, well, meat. Canada–and Mexico–complained last year to the World Trade Organization that […] The post Canada...

Dr Vino's wine blog 5 days ago

Fudge Pop Perfection

 Mark As Read    

The chocolate ice pop grows up in this sophisticated recipe.

The Pour 5 days ago

The Modern American Shrub

 Mark As Read    

The shrub is a fast-rising star among both cocktail-nation kids and teetotalers with good palates.

The Pour 5 days ago

A Difference You Can Taste: Perissos Vineyards 2014 Viognier

 Mark As Read    

A Difference You Can Taste: Perissos Vineyards 2014 Viognier You might say that the Perissos Vineyard 2014 Viognier to be a “whole bunch better”.  OK, there was no 2013 Perissos Viognier due to the series of late Spring frosts,. I first got the feel that things were different when, during the 2014 harvest, I showed

VintageTexas 5 days ago

Off The Menu: What’s In and Out at Berg’n

 Mark As Read    

Berg’n’s lineup rotates; Brooklyn gets a new steakhouse; new around the Hamptons; and more.

The Pour 5 days ago

Beyond Gin and Tonic

 Mark As Read    

Tonic makes new friends with tequila, rum, white port and Calvados.

The Pour 5 days ago

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Javelina in Gramercy Park

 Mark As Read    

At Javelina, which bills itself as “New York’s first authentic Tex-Mex restaurant,” there are several fun mysteries to keep diners entertained.

The Pour 5 days ago

From the Buying Director’s table

 Mark As Read    

Mark Pardoe MW – Berry Bros. & Rudd Buying Director – recounts the first of The Buying Director’s Table series, an extraordinary dinner held at the start of the month; an event celebrating wine as liquid history. This was the first in an occasional series of The Buying Director’s Table: events to provide the opportunity to […] The post Fr...

Berrys' Wine Blog 6 days ago

From the Old Guard to the New Guard: Lighten up

 Mark As Read    

  I suppose I may be part of “The old guard who’ve long influenced our drinking habits (and resisted change in the industry),” but I’ll tell you what: I’ll give you a dollar for every bottle of Gruner Veltliner and Spanish Txakolina sold in this country this year, you give me a dollar for every […]

Looking for a little romance ~ Try Rosé Rendezvous at Simi Winery

 Mark As Read    

My friend Bob Ecker has found his groove, and it has to do with Rosé. Bob is a wine writer, an aerial photographer, a wine judge, and now a wine event organizer. If you're a lover of Rosé, and you're going to be in the Sonoma County area, this event of delicate rosé wines is […] The post Looking for a little romance ~ Try Rosé Rendezvous at S...

Wine Blog 6 days ago

Weinfeder Edition #46: 2014 Digital Wine Comunications Conference in Montreux, Schweiz - DWCC

 Mark As Read    

Bilder: Annette Schiller, ombiasy PR and WineTours, Jancis Robinson, MW, und Christian Schiller bei der 2014 Digital Wine Communications Conference (DWCC) in Montreux, Schweiz This is a re-release of an article that was previously published in the Weinfeder Edition #46 (Frühjahr 2015), page 41. Weinfeder Journal is the quarterly on-line journal ...

Schiller Wine 6 days ago

Wonk out with vineyard maps

 Mark As Read    

Have you ever wanted to check out exactly where your favorite domestic wines come from? You can take a look at aerial photos (exciting–grapes!), see block-by-block vineyard maps and get tons of geek-out info about vineyards on the site everyvine.com. Seriously, you can now impress your friends with not only the precise location, grape varieti...

Dr Vino's wine blog 6 days ago

Israeli wine in Eshkol HaZahav

 Mark As Read    

The winners of this year's Eshkol Hazahav (Golden Cluster), were announced at The Peres Center For Peace in Jaffa. Eshkol HaZahav is Israel's wine tasting competition, now in its 13th year, organized by Studio Ben-Avi, owned by Avi Ben-Ami. 259 wines were submitted from among 50 wineries. The Gold Medal Trophies, (first place), were awarded […...

A Toast To The Legendary Winemaker, Joseph Phelps

 Mark As Read    

Reviews of the Covenant Napa Valley Solomon Lot 70 Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 and Russell’s Reserve Small Batch 10-Year-Old Bourbon. The domestic wine world lost one of its leading lights last month when celebrated California winemaker Joseph Phelps passed away at age 87. For over 40 years Phelps remained at the forefront of Napa winemaking with his ...

Grapelines 7 days ago
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