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Dock & Dine: Bite and Booze does Orange Beach Brunch at Fisher's Dockside

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Fisher's UpstairsFisher's UpstairsThere are plenty of places to get great Gulf seafood in the resort destination of Gulf Shore and Orange Beach, but Fisher's is stepping things up a notch. Their downstairs oyster bar is great for families, large groups, and anyone looking to have a few good bites and a good time. Fisher's Upstairs is a completely d...

Bite and Booze 23 minutes ago

Turn Up The Piiiiiinot (IPNC 2014 Alfresco Tasting Highlights)

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As you read this, I’ll be in Hungary, a trip in which half of is a curated media tour, and the the other half a working stint doing some video interview stuff that I will discuss later, but about which I am particularly excited (not just because it’s a paying gig, but also because it […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start getting...

1 Wine Dude 1 hour, 53 min ago

How to match Champagne with food – Lunch & Learn 4

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You might be reading this while tucking into an al-desko sandwich, but don't let that stop you contemplating more luxurious fare. For day four of our Lunch & Learn series, Wine School's Barbara Drew explores the potential of Champagne as a superb food wine. When most people hear the word Champagne they think of canapés […] The post How t...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 hours, 22 min ago

Is your wine cellar ready for the last third of the year? Iron Horse is at the top of my list for readiness

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For me, Iron Horse Vineyards has to always be "in the house." You never know what's worth celebrating, above and beyond the usual celebrations. Sometimes, it's just a wonderful surprise… like finishing the last chapter of your book. That was a moment to remember and one I didn't anticipate until it happened; and so, I […] The post Is yo...

Wine Blog 3 hours, 52 min ago

Vintage 2014, and California declares war on small wineries

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  With the first (light) rain of the season expected tomorrow (today, as you read this) north of the Golden Gate Bridge, I thought it was a good time to consider the 2014 vintage in California. So, as usual, I asked my loyal Facebook friends, who responded in force. The story is this: short, compressed […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 6 hours, 43 min ago

Big Basin Redwoods State Park)

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Big Basin Redwoods State Park is truly a hiker's paradise. Majestic redwood trees, ocean views, and cascading waterfalls are all part of Big Basin hiking.

Cheers2Wine Blog 10 hours, 47 min ago

Morgan Neufeld talks about WSET Level 3 from the Texas Wine School

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Amy met Morgan Neufeld one Wednesday morning in June at Camerata at Paulie's where she was attending Banfi's Cru Artisan College. Friendly and bubbly, Morgan was in the middle of her Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Level 3 certification course … Continue reading →

another wine blog 11 hours, 15 min ago

4 Spectacular Sauvignon Blancs from Austria

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Winemaker Armin Tement of Austria passed through New York the other day, which gave me a chance to taste some of the most distinctive Sauvignon Blancs being made anywhere in the world (truly). Weingut Tement is located in southern Steiermark (Styr...

Tasting Room 14 hours, 28 min ago

Eat: The Ultimate Cuban Comfort Food: Picadillo

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A stew of ground beef and tomatoes gives a taste of island home cooking.

The Pour 22 hours, 26 min ago

A writer and his voice

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  It’s been six years since I started steveheimoff.com. I had no idea what I was getting into back in those pre-Recession days. But I knew that blogging was something I wanted to do. People sometimes ask me why I started blogging. After all, I already had a pretty good job, was rather well-known in […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 23 hours, 47 min ago

A Wine for Tonight: 2013 Dry Creek Vineyard Dry Chenin Blanc

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Would you like a quick suggestion for a good wine to drink tonight (or this weekend) that won’t break your budget and is widely available? If so, you might want to check out the 2013 Dry Creek Vineyard Dry Chenin Blanc from Clarksburg in California. Our selection criteria include: A very good Quality rating of […]A Wine for Tonight: 2013 Dry ...

Wine Peeps 23 hours, 53 min ago

Distiller's "Whiskey Deconstructed" Part 2 - The Distillation: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Last week I shared with you part one of Distiller's 'whiskeygraphics' called Whiskey Deconstructed which featured the ever-important mash. This week we take a look at step two: distillation. The distillation is of course what makes a whiskey different from a beer. Okay, well, that and hops. But still, after fermentation of the malt, whiskey is dist...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

The New, New World? – Lunch & Learn 3

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Become a wine buff in your lunch-hour with our series of education pieces from the experts. Today, Martin Hudson MW brings you up to speed on the brave new world of emerging wine regions. In the trade, we have used the term “New World” as shorthand over the last 30 or so years for the […] The post The New, New World? – Lunch & Lear...

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

The emotional intelligence of wine blogging and its vitriol eruption

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OPINION: Recently, poop finally hit the fan for the wine blogging community. Everything that's right with it and everything that's wrong with it collided in the biggest mess I've yet to witness. I believe it's finally hit a paradigm shift that's been so needed, but not without its pain and suffering. Imagine creating a wine […] The post The e...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Free Wine Newsletter

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Sign up to receive our free newsletter. Cheers2Wine News will help you stay up-to-date on events in the California Wine Country. Take a Wine Tour of California wineries and enjoy a fabulous outing soon.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Central Valley Wineries

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Central Valley Wineries produce wine up and down the valley. Many winegrapes are grown in California's Central Valley, a huge agricultural region.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

How to Make Stuffed Mushrooms

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Learn how to make stuffed mushrooms with this easy stuffed mushrooms recipe. Yummy!

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Tracy Golf

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Visit Tracy, Califonia. You'll have fun visiting Tracy wineries as well as golfing at Tracy golf courses.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Nevada County Golf Courses

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Discover great fun at Nevada County Golf Courses. Combine a wine tasting trip to Napa with a day of fun on the links. Learn about Grass Valley golf courses.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

California Adventure

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California Adventure is a Disney theme park located in Anaheim, California right next door to Disneyland. This theme park is dedicated to the history and culture of California.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Food News Around New York

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Stamps honor American chefs, MatchaBar opens in Williamsburg and the Good Batch bakery in Clinton Hill.

The Pour 1 day ago

A Bar Boulud in Boston and Other Restaurant News

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Daniel Boulud opens in Boston; restaurants opening or closing in Manhattan and Queens.

The Pour 1 day ago

Brooks Headley’s Cookbook ‘Fancy Desserts’ Doesn’t Do Fancy

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Brooks Headley, the Del Posto pastry chef, fixates on the purity of fresh fruit and vegetables.

The Pour 1 day ago

A Recipe for Brooks Headley's Ice Cream Sandwich

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The chef Brooks Headley recommends white bread and some Ben & Jerry’s.

The Pour 1 day ago

Restaurant Review: Claudette in Greenwich Village

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Claudette, just north of Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, takes its place in New York’s Gallic revival.

The Pour 1 day ago

Wine’s Next Big Thing Is…

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It seems that every quarter we get predictions about the next big thing in the U.S. wine market. Like most predictions, these are almost always wrong and therefore actually have, at best, neutral value for the wine biz (it could be argued that since they’re almost always incorrect, they have negative value if decisions are […] Grab The 1Wine...

1 Wine Dude 2 days ago

Left Bank versus Right Bank Bordeaux – Lunch & Learn 2

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Spotting the difference between these two statesman like areas of Bordeaux doesn’t require MW-level knowledge (although it helps). We asked Anne McHale MW to give us a guide to telling your Left Bank from your Right. Bordeaux is a region known for its range of wine, but is particularly famous for its reds. These come […] The post Left Bank ve...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

How to Choose a Surfing School in Spain and Portugal

 Mark As Read    

Editor's Note: Although summer has come and gone, there's no reason why you can't be planning next year's goal to become a surfing pro! Avid beach lover, Leah Burt, has provided us great suggestions on what to look out for when choosing your perfect Portuguese or Spanish surf camp! Over the […]

Catavino 2 days ago

The many charms of a winemaker ~ Mark Beaman ~ During harvest, no less

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[Image borrowed from the Wines That Rock Website. Mark Beaman is in the middle of this image.] One of the many charms of Mark Beaman is that I got a winemaker profile during harvest. One would think that it's pretty hard to do right now. Certainly I did. So I used a different technique than […] The post The many charms of a winemaker ~ Mark B...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

The World Wine Guys on their new book

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  Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen, “the World Wine Guys,” have a new book out, Wines of California: The Comprehensive Guide, with a foreward by Michael Mondavi and a preface by Kevin Zraly. It’s quite good, certainly the best of the genre in a long time, and a useful companion for the wine lover’s bookshelf. […]

Make Your Next Wine Country Getaway a Touchdown

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Dolphins, 49ers and Bears…oh my! Football season has officially arrived and Touring & Tasting is here to be your quarterback in the Wine Country game. We've made a list of all the destinations sure to make your next fall getaway a touchdown. So swap out your longneck for a nice glass of wine and let

Ken's Wine Guide 2 days ago

Dan Jurafsky, a Linguist, Decodes Restaurant Menus

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A new book from a Stanford University linguistics professor looks at how we describe what we eat.

The Pour 2 days ago

Going Inside the Rice Microbiome

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Scientists are looking at the vast and untapped microbial community that lives near the rice’s roots for ways to protect the crop from arsenic.

The Pour 2 days ago

Plov, a Specialty of Uzbekistan, Is Ready for Rosh Hashana

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Plov, a rice dish cooked with beef, onions, carrots and cumin seeds, is beloved as the national dish of Uzbekistan, and is fitting for tables on Rosh Hashana.

The Pour 2 days ago

Don't Tempt Me with a Good Time: Louisiana Brewers Bash

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The modern Louisiana craft beer scene got its start in 1986 with the Abita Brewing Company. Last year the Louisiana Brewers Guild, comprised of the owners and brewers of Louisiana's breweries, along with craft beer enthusiasts, got state legislators to approve the first Louisiana Craft Brewers Week. This September there will be a plethora of LCBW e...

Bite and Booze 2 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For September 15, 2014

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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

How to taste wine – Lunch & Learn 1

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Every lunchtime this week we'll be posting tips and tricks from the experts to help you get more from your glassful. First up, head of Wine School Becky Lamont demystifies the art of wine tasting. It’s easy to be a good taster. Like anything (football, playing the flute, baking bread) the more you have a […] The post How to taste wine –...

Berrys' Wine Blog 3 days ago

Oregon Pinot Gris is getting it’s Gris On, Redux

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Oregon Pinot Gris is once more Getting it's Gris on, with a statewide tasting to celebrate this varietal wine. Oregon, Get Your Gris On!™ is wine and food nibble tasting event is consumers and is happening at wineries that want to join the fun, on Saturday and Sunday, September 27 and 28, 2014. The second […] The post Oregon Pinot Gris is get...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Simple Homemade Wine

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Instructions Defrost th? frozen juice b? letting th? container sit in a bowl ?f warm water f?r ?n hour. Pour th? yeast, sugar ?nd concentrated juice int? th? milk jug with th? funnel. Shake th? ingredients together. Fill th? rest ?f th? milk jug with warm (not hot!) water. Thi? will activate th? yeast. Put […]

Dealcoholizing Cider and Wine

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Instructions Commercial Alcohol Removal: Commercial wineries ??n reduce ?r remove th? alcohol u?ing physics. Th?? u?? reverse osmosis systems t? extract th? heavy material in th? wine fr?m th? light material. In thi? case, th?? ?r? removing th? alcohol ?nd th? water leaving ju?t th? wine "flavor". Th?n th? wine i? re-hydrated ?nd bottled. All [R...

Thinking about tasting

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  Lots of food for thought in the Fall 2014 issue of Wine & Spirits, which is devoted to “The art and science of wine tasting.” There’s so much thoughtful content, I could write a post on each sentence. Surely that’s the mark of a good wine magazine. The fun starts with editor Josh Greene […]

A Writer’s Response to Intimidation

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In political writing, investigative journalism and satire, the subject of the story is often cast in a light he or she does not like. If the piece is outrageously untrue, as often happens in satire, a good-natured subject, while irked, … Continue reading →

another wine blog 3 days ago

Llano Estacado Winery’s Best Wines Keep Coming: Viviano and 1836

 Mark As Read    

While many of the recent accolades for the Texas wine industry have come from relative newcomers with boutique wineries, it's good to see that long established Texas wineries continue to define quality and character of some of Texas's finest wines and get them into distribution around the state. In this regard, Llano Estacado Winery needs...

VintageTexas 4 days ago

A Good Appetite: For Rosh Hashana, Roast Chicken With Honey

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Honoring tradition while keeping the meal interesting.

The Pour 5 days ago

City Kitchen: Making Romescada, the Catalan Fish Stew

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This fish stew has hearty Mediterranean heft.

The Pour 5 days ago

Chef Leaves Tavern on the Green

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Katy Sparks is stepping down at the restaurant, which reopened last spring to poor reviews.

The Pour 5 days ago

Day's Smokehouse: Your One Stop Shop on the way to a Boudin Food Coma

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A look inside Day's Smokehouse in Denham Springs, LouisianaOwner Kendall Day and I at Day's Smokehouse in Denham SpringsIn July, team Bite and Booze was invited to visit Gulf Shores/Orange Beach, Alabama. While we were aboard the Wild Hearts Dolphin Cruise we met a couple of nice folks from Denham Springs! It always amazes me how small this world c...

Bite and Booze 6 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: Correfoc, La Mercé, Spain

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Photographer: Jordi Cohen Capture Date: Setember 2007 Location: Via Laietana, Barelona, Spain About:  This was the second time the photographer took pictures at the “correfoc”,  having learned a few tricks from last year's challenges. Cruising Via Laietana, he saw a group of devils light their torches using the fire expelled from the Fire Breather....

Catavino 6 days ago

Salads with wine pairings? Seriously?

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You might ask, salads with wine pairings? Seriously? Yes, I'm here to tell you that it not only works, but it works really well. When I was working at a winery in the Sierras, we had a chef that worked there every day. It was he who turned me on to the fact that we […] The post Salads with wine pairings? Seriously? appeared first on Wine Blog...

Wine Blog 6 days ago

All you need to know about Sherry

 Mark As Read    

On Monday the wine trade will convene for its annual Sherry tasting. Not wanting to miss out, we gave Berry Bros. & Rudd staffer (and paid-up Sherry enthusiast) Emily Monsell free rein to extol the finer points of Fino, Oloroso et al. Here's her guide to appreciating this most under-rated style of wine. Mention that […] The post All you n...

Berrys' Wine Blog 6 days ago
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