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Widely Read: Claret with a cause

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Simon Staples – Sales Director of our Asia wing – describes how he persuaded Jancis Robinson MW and Eric Boissenot to join his vinous band and blend a Claret with a cause – the Room to Read charity. I have been a huge fan of all the amazing things Room to Read have accomplished over the […] The post Widely Read: Claret with a cause appeared f...

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

Bodegas Sierra Salinas – Discover the Magic of Monastrell!

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[…] The post Bodegas Sierra Salinas – Discover the Magic of Monastrell! appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 1 day ago

T Magazine: Ignacio Mattos Shares a Few of His Favorite Things

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The chef behind Estela discusses influential food, books and art in anticipation of the James Beard Awards this Monday.

The Pour 1 day ago

A Good Appetite: Goat Cheese Strata Gets an Update

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The brunch dish adds custard flecked with puréed braising greens and fresh herbs, and soft-centered baked eggs on the top.

The Pour 1 day ago

City Kitchen: Antipasto Is the Overture to Classic Italian Meals

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Formal Italian dining can’t begin without awakening the palate and staving off initial hunger pangs.

The Pour 1 day ago

Pouring in Sonoma (wine, not rain) & Gus!

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  On Friday, when you read this, I’ll be up in Santa Rosa, at John Ash & Co., pouring wine for Jackson Family Wines at the Sonoma County Barrel Auction (which by the way raises lots of money for charity). The wine I’m responsible for is Stonestreet 2012 West Ledge, a blend of 95% Cabernet […]

Volatilizing Your Esters Brings Joy to Your Wine Experience

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Image via Wikipedia Your nose is the key to enjoying a glass of wine, long before the wine ever hits your palate. Volatilizing your esters is the key to enhancing that experience 10 fold. The act of swirling your wine releases the bouquet. (The bouquet is a result of the wine making process. Aroma, on […] The post Volatilizing Your Esters Bri...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

Vit 101 ~ 5

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VIT 101: Integrated pest management happens in vineyards; because when it's all said and done, a vineyard is really just a grape farm, once the romance has been stripped away. Cats, dogs, birds… they all play a role over the use of poisons. Here are a few of my favorite cats. Chimney Rock Winery (blue […] The post VIT 101 ~ 5 appeared f...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

From Millésime Bio in Montpellier, France, to Bistro Bis in Washington DC, USA: Gérard Dupuy and his ChÃ-teau Beausejour in AOC Puisseguin-Saint-Emilion

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Picture: Gérard Dupuy and Annette Schiller at Bistro Bis in Washington DC, USAThis is a posting by Annette Schiller, ombiasyPR and WineTours.Gérard Dupuy and his ChÃ-teau Beausejour Ever heard of Gérard Dupuy and his ChÃ-teau Beausejour in AOC Puisseguin-Saint-Emilion? Probably not. Unless, perhaps, you are into organic wines.ChÃ-teau Beauséjo...

Schiller Wine 2 days ago

Exclusive Santa Barbara Pinot Noir Release to Benefit Breast Cancer Research

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Santa Barbara, California's Carr Vineyards & Winery is releasing their 2013 Marie's Pinot Noir tomorrow, May 1, 2015, with proceeds to benefit breast cancer research. Very limited in production, and a perfect gift for Mother's Day, Marie's Pinot Noir is limited to … Continue reading →

another wine blog 2 days ago

Wine School: Your Next Lesson: Sonoma Chardonnay

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It’s been scorned as too commercialized, but a new look — and new tastings — are in order.

The Pour 2 days ago

Wine School: Experiencing the Evolution of Muscadet

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Three examples of Muscadet show subtlety, refinement and finesse, with the potential to age well.

The Pour 2 days ago

Hungry City: At HanYang BunSik, Snacking Is Encouraged

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In a corner of a 24-hour mart in Flushing, Queens, Koreans redefine the snack.

The Pour 2 days ago

Fielding Hills’ Best Wine Yet: 2009 Estate Barrel Select Syrah [Wow! Alert]

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Fielding Hills Winery, a small, family-owned winery in Wenatchee, is one of the top wineries in Washington State. Owner/winemaker Mike Wade and his wife Karen are longtime apple and cherry growers who turned a middle portion of their orchard near Mattawa into a vineyard. Their RiverBend Vineyard, planted in 1998, is in the Wahluke Slope […]Fi...

Wine Peeps 2 days ago

Brandi Lauck: Warden of Whiskey

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by Blair "B-Rex" LoupBorn in Virginia and raised on a farm in North Carolina, co-owner of Lock and Key Whiskey Bar Brandi Lauck transplanted to Louisiana to be a part of Playmakers of Baton Rouge and to be close to family. The little girl who grew up showing horses discovered a passion for theater in her teen years.After working in theater companie...

Bite and Booze 2 days ago

April 2015 Answers.com Article Roundup (The Big Divorce Edition)

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"On the midnight street No moon and no stars No one around to calm you down And to soften the stings to my heart The dream is sand in my hands The dream becomes sand in my hands" -Morrissey, Good Looking Man About Town   "Fall seven times, stand up eight." -Japanese proverb   OK, […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start g...

1 Wine Dude 3 days ago

Why Napa Cabernet costs so much

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  The most interesting quote in the Napa Valley Register’s article on the 30th birthday of the Carneros Wine Alliance is from David Graves. The co-founder of Saintsbury said, “There’s no ‘Napa of pinot noir.’ No one place dominates the market.” Isn’t it interesting how the cultural evolution of the market has treated our two […]

A Good Year is a Great Movie

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IMAGE: LuxInteriorDesigns.com Website. LOCATION: Uncle Henry's Chateau La Siroque is actually Chateau La Canorgue, which is set in the Provence region, Luberon, France. I loved this movie, because it's written about our wine lifestyle, A Good Year (written by Peter Mayle and directed by Ridley Scott) has really struck me. It's worth sharing, in cas...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Wine Tasting at Weingut Weegmüller with Stephanie and Gabriele Weegmüller “ Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2014)

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Pictures: Annette Schiller at Weingut Weegmüller Die Welt trifft sich bei Weegmüllers “ The World Meets at the Weegmüllers . This is the slogan of Weingut Weegmüller in the Pfalz, Germany, headed by a female winemaker, Stephanie Weegmüller, with the help of her sister, Gabriele Weegmüller. The Weegmüller girls sell most of their wine in the...

Schiller Wine 3 days ago

Real Rosé

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2014 Corallina Syrah Rosé Real Rosé. Not a afterthought, not leftovers, not for fashion and most decidedly not a saignée, Corallina Syrah Rosé is Napa Valley rosé with a purpose. It is a wine made as mindfully as we make any other wine.While a saignée may be a wonderful idea in the coolest years in the coolest regions like B...

Wine Camp Blog 3 days ago

Essential Guide to Butterflying and Grilling Portuguese Fish

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One of the top culinary experiences in Portugal is hands down devouring fish. Whether grilled, roasted, stewed or fried, Portugal’s coastal geography—half of this tiny country is on the Atlantic—has molded its people into sea life gurus (there are also river fish; we’ll explore another time). Pair this fish knowledge […]

Catavino 3 days ago

Recipe: Chargrilled Red Snapper

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As grilling season is just around the corner, I can already taste the juicy, sweet flavors of a perfectly grilled red snapper, sardines and bass. The mouthwatering aromas evoke lively memories from massive immigrant get togethers as temperatures climb above freezing. It's one of my favorite times of the year, in large part, because […]

Catavino 3 days ago

Shaken and Stirred: An Ex-Air Force Flier Finds His Passion Behind the Bar at Campbell Apartment

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Paris DuRante was counting on a career in the Air Force, but fate had other plans.

The Pour 3 days ago

Hey, Mr. Food Editor: Beer-Can Chicken and Other Mysteries of the Kitchen, Explained

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Turn the gas on low when you’re making sauce, my friend

The Pour 3 days ago

For fresh white wine bargains, head to France's Gascony

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The Gascony region in France's southwest is most famous for Armagnac, but the grapes used in the brandy are also used in some excellent fresh white wines that offer real value.One of my favorites is Domaine du Tariquet's Cotes de Gascogne Classic, and the newly released 2014 vintage is one of the best I've tasted. This $8 blend of ugni blanc, colo...

Vint-ed 3 days ago

How to Cook Trout - Serve Better Than Sex Cake for Dessert

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Learn how to cook trout with this delicious baked trout recipe.

Cheers2Wine Blog 3 days ago

State dinner wines: a lucky 8 for PM Abe?

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There was a state dinner last night at the White House–the eighth for the Obamas–in honor of visiting Japanese PM Shinzo Abe. About 200 people attended, new china was revealed (above), and "Iron Chef" Masaharu Morimoto was in da haus. Recall that Obama and PM Abe ate at the counter of sushi master Jiro Ono […] The post State dinne...

Dr Vino's wine blog 3 days ago

The Grandstand Julep and the Derby: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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The Grandstand JulepAs the 141st annual Kentucky Derby approaches this Saturday, the Wild Turkey family is excited to transport everybody to one of their favorite events of the year. Whether at Churchill Downs or in your living room, Master Distillers Jimmy and Eddie Russell encourage you to enjoy the most exciting two minutes in sports with the mo...

Bite and Booze 3 days ago

Eat: The Mysteries of Manhattan’s Curry Row

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Learning to make a Bangladeshi chicken korma from one of East Sixth Street’s original proprietors.

The Pour 4 days ago

A Parker-less en primeur

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As Robert Parker takes a step back from Bordeaux en primeur, Philip Moulin – Fine Wine Buyer – takes a look at his influence on Bordeaux and the region's prospects in his wake. It is a strange feeling, both exciting and slightly unnerving, knowing that the 2014 Bordeaux en primeur release will not be accompanied by the publication, […] The po...

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

Connectedness: the Holy Grail of winery marketing

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  Last week, while Americans were watching developments concerning the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger, which eventually (and thankfully) collapsed, another more successful merger went almost unnoticed. That was the marriage between Blue Bottle Coffee and Tartine Bakery, a far happier union that consumers could celebrate, instead of worrying ...

Preparing for Provence Through Wines and Genealogy

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I need to go to Provence, and I'm preparing for it through wines and genealogy. I can't explain it… I just keep watching A Good Year over-and-over-and-over again. I want to go around the round-about in Bonnieux. I want to visit ChAsteau la Canorgue (Route du Pont Julien, 84480 Bonnieux). This is the winery in […] The post Preparing for ...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Germany's Top 20 Winemakers - Der Feinschmecker WeinGuide 2015

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Picture: Winemaker Bob Berteau, Chateau Ste. Michelle in Washington State, Annette Schiller, ombiasy WineTours, Ernst Loosen, Weingut Dr. Ernst Loosen, and Christian Schiller at the Der Feinschmecker Booth in Düsseldorf at Prowein 2015See:4 Wine Tours by ombiasy coming up in 2015: Germany-East, Germany-South. Germany-Nord and Bordeaux Der Feinschm...

Schiller Wine 4 days ago

Bud Light Withdraws Slogan After It Draws Ire Online

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A phrase appearing on some labels was seen as tone-deaf to the dangers of excessive alcohol use and particularly to alcohol’s role in some cases of date rape.

The Pour 4 days ago

Off the Menu: Danny Meyer Moves In to New Whitney Museum

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In the downtown location, the visitor is on display, through floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and the seasonal menu strives for lightness.

The Pour 4 days ago

Recipes for Health: Enchiladas, Light Yet Satisfying

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Filled with a mix of blanched seasoned chard and succulent diced chayote and quickly fried so the tortillas remain light and intact.

The Pour 4 days ago

China’s vineyard area vaults past France

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More acres of grapes are now in China than France. The total vineyard area in China is 1.97 million acres (799,000 hectares) according to new stats presented yesterday in Paris by the OIV, the International Office of Vine and Wine. Although vineyard area includes grapes for both winemaking (what we're interested in) and table grapes […] The p...

Dr Vino's wine blog 4 days ago

Giving Northern Cuisine Its Due

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The Northern Chefs Alliance seeks to give Northern fare what Southern dishes have long had: a clear identity and plenty of fans.

The Pour 4 days ago

Cookbooks: ‘A Girl and Her Greens’ Delights in the Details

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In her new cookbook, April Bloomfield is unabashedly fussy about each component, and that’s what makes her simple food so satisfying.

The Pour 4 days ago

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Minton’s in Harlem

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At Minton’s, a jazz supper club a band is onstage, and on the table, Lowcountry cuisine, with its imprint of West African and Caribbean cooking.

The Pour 4 days ago

The Wine Price Fix Is On (At Fix.com)

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I am aware that it's been a long, oh, I don't know, five whole minutes since I last talked about a Fix.com article, but the fine folks over at that website have seen fit to publish yet another of my modest attempts at edu-taining the wine soaked masses yearning to be… well… edu-tained. And so, […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting G...

1 Wine Dude 5 days ago

At Dominique Ansel, Desserts Worth a Short Wait

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The offerings at the pastry chef’s new place are prepared in a minute or two; a cookbook from Bergdorf’s; a tasting of rosé; and more.

The Pour 5 days ago

First Words: Why ‘Natural’ Doesn’t Mean Anything Anymore

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Whether it’s food, health or morality, we can’t agree on a definition.

The Pour 5 days ago

On the table: Portland

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In the first of a series identifying a few of London’s finest eateries, food writer Victoria Stewart visits Portland, a restaurant born of two gastronomic princes – Will Lander (son of Jancis Robinson and Nick Lander) and Daniel Morgenthau. Too much hype surrounding a new restaurant launch can be a dangerous thing if you're planning to […] Th...

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago

An appreciation of rosé and a call for changing the rules of wine criticism

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  It was hot in Oakland yesterday—the city of Pittsburg, in the Delta, hit 93 degrees—and I was doing a lot of running around, so when I got home, around 5 p.m., I was thirsty. I happened to have a bottle of a rosé in the fridge (not Jackson Family), and it looked mighty welcoming, […]

Number 1 Rule of a PR Pro is to be a Writer’s Writer

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The number 1 rule of a PR pro is to be a writer's writer… It's really imperative that you write to inspire, not tire, your audience. PR Pro Joe Gargiulo, of JAG Public Relations, contacted me last week about my story called, "Top 10 Faux Pas of Wine PR People." He was expecting something entirely different […] The post Number 1 Rule of ...

Wine Blog 5 days ago

Vincent's Wine Club: Winemaker Dinner with Eric Baugher and his Stunning Ridge Vineyards Wines, USA

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Picture: Winemaker Dinner with Eric Baugher and his Stunning Ridge Vineyards WinesRidge Vineyards is an iconic American wine producer. It has been under the direction of winemaker Paul Draper - the philosophical Grand Master of the California wine scene - since 1969. Ridge Vineyards' international reputation was established when its 1971 Monte Bel...

Schiller Wine 5 days ago

Vignobles Pueyo (St Emilion)

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Jean-Paul & Christophe Pueyo Libourne (Saint Emilion - Bordeaux) The domaine (Vignobles) Pueyo makes a bit more than 7 hectares in surface, the vineyards (10 parcels) are spread over roughly 4 different locations around Libourne, and with the suburban sprawl...

10 Best Terraces for Summer in Barcelona

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Nothing is more desirable in Barcelona than that perfectly-sunny table on the tiny terrace in the charming plaça that seems perpetually occupied. It may not seem it, but people do eventually pay their bill and leave, you just must be patient. In the summer—and most of the rest of the […]

Catavino 5 days ago

Close at Hand: Agnes Gund’s Most Treasured Cooking Tool

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Passed down from her grandmother, a sumptuous silver tea set holds a place of honor for the philanthropist Agnes Gund.

The Pour 5 days ago
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