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A Kugel to Savor for Rosh Hashana

 Mark As Read    

The salt-and-pepper version is the favorite of many families.

The Pour 1 hour, 2 min ago

Front Burner: Challah and Brisket, Rethought for Rosh Hashana

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Plus: Lithuanian honey liqueur, Moroccan sauces and a Puerto Rican food festival bring a range of flavors, and a Vermont inn is ready to serve you.

The Pour 2 hours, 19 min ago

Close at Hand: Kathy Y L Chan and her Coveted Tea, Never to Be Brewed

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The tea specialist says her four tiles of highly prized pu-erh tea are too precious to drink.

The Pour 3 hours, 37 min ago

Old Man Yells at Cloud. Again.

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And the public gets what the public wants But I want nothing this society's got I'm going underground – Going Underground, The Jam With those words, Paul Weller perfectly encapsulated so much. It was a worldview that once guided my … Continue reading →

another wine blog 3 hours, 46 min ago

Zurracapote Riojano: Wine Cocktails beyond Sangria

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Red wine rarely comes to mind when summer temperatures reach scorching heights; yet Iberians across the Peninsula have always devised ingenious ways to add it to every drink! Let's take Spain as an example… Anyone who's visited Spain – and wanted to go deeper into the culture than the superficial "Sangria, Playa and Paella" experience &...

Catavino 4 hours, 20 min ago

Dora Charles Moves On From Paula Deen, and Makes It All About the Seasoning

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A cook who worked with the celebrity chef now has her own book, filled with both the flavors and the culture of black life in the South.

The Pour 4 hours, 33 min ago

18 tips for wineries on better communication

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  I’ve been doing weekly tastings at Jackson Family Wines for a while now, and part of that is buying non-JFW wines to include in our [blind] tastings, and preparing printed information for my fellow tasters on technical matters about the wines. For this, I turn to three sources: the front and back labels, the […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 6 hours, 37 min ago

Certified Bordeaux

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Review of Chateau Montviel 2002 and The GlenDronach, Revival, 15 year old Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky. When the kosher run is of a well-established, Old World wine producer, that bottle of wine also represents, after a fashion, an opportunity for the kosher consumer to taste the product of many decades, if not centuries, of wine cultivation...

Grapelines 7 hours, 30 min ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For August 31, 2015

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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 7 hours, 46 min ago

The Appraisal: Builders and Brewers Look to Tap Into Brooklyn’s Beer Heritage

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In the 20th century, Brooklyn breweries dominated the industry. Now, developers are paying tribute to the borough’s heritage, and new breweries are seeking to revive its stature.

The Pour 10 hours, 46 min ago

The Russians are coming, the Russians are coming

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It's always a joy to receive Iron Horse Vineyards' bubbles. As I read Joy Sterling's cover letter about her family's 2010 Russian Cuvée, it sparked another memory, but first, what was written, so you understand the brain connection. Understandably, my family still takes complete credit for ending the Cold War. The 2010 Russian Cuvée in […] ...

Wine Blog 12 hours, 44 min ago

Standing at the Crossroads (Part II) – Adaptive Variety Selection and the Uncertain Role of Imidacloprids in the future of Southern Grape Culture

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STANDING AT THE CROSSROADS (Part II) ADAPTIVE VARIETY SELECTION AND THE UNCERTAIN ROLE OF IMIDACLOPRIDS IN THE FUTURE OF SOUTHERN GRAPE CULTURE   By: R.L. Winters Master Horticulturist/Ampelographer Fairhaven American Hybrid Research Foundation [VT – Please welcome back VintageTexas guest blogger R.L. Winters in this three part blog on the im...

VintageTexas 1 day ago

Paso Robles Wine Tours

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Explore Paso Robles Wineries and enjoy California's beautiful central coast. Paso Robles Wine Tours mean fine wine, romantic dining and lovely wine country accommodations. Plan your wine tasting now

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Lodi Golf

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Combine a Lodi Wine Tasting Tour with a day of Lodi Golf. You'll find that the Lodi area has many challenging golf courses. Enjoy a great round of golf in the Lodi Wine Country!

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 2 days ago

Los Alamos, California

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Los Alamos is located 45 miles north of Santa Barbara. This charming little town has become a destination for visitors who appreciate wine, food, art, and antiques.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

Standing at the Crossroads (Part I): Adaptive Variety Selection & the Uncertain Role Imidacloprids in the future of Southern Grape Culture

 Mark As Read    

STANDING AT THE CROSSROADS (Part I)  ADAPTIVE VARIETY SELECTION AND THE UNCERTAIN ROLE OF IMIDACLOPRIDS IN THE FUTURE OF SOUTHERN GRAPE CULTURE:  By: R.L. Winters Master Horticulturist/Ampelographer Fairhaven American Hybrid Research Foundation [VT – Please welcome back VintageTexas guest blogger R.L. Winters in this three part blog on the im...

VintageTexas 2 days ago

A Good Appetite: The Tomato Sandwich Perfected

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Slightly overripe tomatoes, onion, raw garlic and mayonnaise produce the perfect, deliciously drippy summer sandwich. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 3 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: The Extraterrestrial Landscape of Portugal

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Photographer: Ryan Opaz Capture Date: July 21, 2015 Location: Pico do Arieiro, Portugal About: There's a reason why people fawn over Pico do Arieiro, Portugal's third highest mountain…it's absolutely breathtaking. Your mind wonders to alien planets where laws of gravity don't seem to apply. It's just you, the red rocky terrain and […]...

Catavino 3 days ago

City Kitchen: The Key to Soupe au Pistou: Lots of Vegetables

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In the South of France, this hearty soup can vary from village to village. Just keep the ingredients fresh and flavorful.

The Pour 3 days ago

Bites: Inventive Menus at Soho House Berlin’s New Restaurant

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The Store Kitchen, off the lobby of Soho House in Mitte, is drawing a stylish crowd with its creative takes on ambitious, vegetable-focused dishes.

The Pour 3 days ago

Do wine critics always “critique” the wines they drink?

 Mark As Read    

  I suppose the general public, and even professionals in the wine industry, think that critics (or former critics) analyze every wine they drink, whether it’s in a restaurant setting or just something at home, in front of the television. Well, I don’t…and yet, in another sense, I do. Let me explain. If I’m at […]

Lives: The Countries Between Us

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Learning Dutch, speaking French and talking Ramadan in Belgium.

The Pour 3 days ago

Will there ever be another ‘bad’ vintage? Nay

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Posturing that modern viticulture and vinification render it impossible to produce a truly bad wine in any vintage, Chris Lamb – Private Account Manager in our Fine Wine team – offers a retort to yesterday’s post. The term ‘vintage’, derived through the French word vin, literally translates to the year the grapes were harvested, relating […] ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 3 days ago

Road Warrior Survival Guide ~ It’s not about anything but common courtesy

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Ah… common courtesy, will we ever all be in a room together and get along completely? In light of the recent incident,when a group of rambunctious women were removed from The Wine Train, I'm relaunching this story. While it's a very funny look at wine behaviors, beneath it is "courtesy," as a missing ingredient at […] The post Road Warr...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

School Lunches Becoming Healthier, Statistics Indicate

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Substantially more schools are offering two or more fruits and two or more vegetables than in 2000, according to federal data.

The Pour 4 days ago

The Pour: At La Garagista, Hybrid Grapes Stand Up to Vermont’s Elements

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Deirdre Heekin’s wines are only one facet of the diverse working farm Ms. Heekin operates with her husband, Caleb Barber.

The Pour 4 days ago

The benefits of storing your vino in a wine cooler

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If you area regular wine drinker, seriously consider investing in a quality wine cooler fridge. There are loads of benefits to keeping your favorite reds, whites and blends at the right temperature. Here are a few: Environment: Wine coolers create the perfect temperature, humidity control, stability and exclusiveness that allows wine to maintain fr...

Wine Racks Blog 4 days ago

Hungry City: At the Food Sermon, Keeping the Faith in Crown Heights

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The Brooklyn restaurant offers Caribbean cuisine that will have you believing that food is a matter urgent for the soul.

The Pour 4 days ago

Oxford dictionary admits “Wine o’clock”

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The post Oxford dictionary admits "Wine o'clock" appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Dr Vino's wine blog 4 days ago

They Can Be Heroes (Ben Rye Retrospective At Palate Press)

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Continuing the coverage from my Sicily jaunt earlier this year, if you head on over to Palate Press you can now view my take on a bit of a vinous historic first ("Heroic Viticulture on the island of Pantelleria"). While in Sicily, I was lucky enough to have a chance to visit both the wind-swept […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and st...

1 Wine Dude 4 days ago

Choice Tables: In Siem Reap, Cambodia, Local Fare Gets a Chance to Shine

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New restaurants offer a deep dive into one of Southeast Asia’s lesser-known cuisines.

The Pour 4 days ago

Will there ever be another ‘bad’ vintage? Yea

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As members of our team continue to tackle topics of (vinous) contention, Richard Veal from our Private Wine Events team argues that there are limits to the power of winemaking when faced with nature’s fancies. Mine wasn’t a good vintage. I entered the world in 1974: finding the best of what my birth year can […] The post Will there ever be an...

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas!

 Mark As Read    

  My voice may never be the same after today’s wine event at the M Resort and Casino in Henderson, just outside Las Vegas. It was in a large banquet room and they had six of us “experts” each presiding over a tasting station. Each of us had a dozen guests at a time (general […]

Wine industry comments support the issue of common courtesy

 Mark As Read    

Yesterday's story about The Wine Train sparked some very interesting comments on that post. Wine industry comments support the issue Great thread, Jo! Should be a must read for all wine professionals , whether in Napa or not! Interestingly, this incident just appeared in our Oregonian newspaper today, but as you can guess, it, too, spoke […]...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Les Capriades, Touraine (Loire)

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Pascal Potaire checking sediment in the bottle neck Faverolles-sur-Cher, Touraine (Loire) The Domaine des Capriades which was founded by Pascal Potaire is particular in the sense that it makes only natural sparkling, its entire production is centered on these bubblies...

Amazon tests one-hour wine (booze) delivery

 Mark As Read    

Amazon will bring booze to your door in an hour. It is pretty amazing, even for the logistics champion. I mean bringing anything to your door that fast is pretty astonishing (why ever leave?) but wine/beer/liquor? Some people might become hermits. The service is currently available only in the Seattle market. Delivery in an hour […] The post ...

Dr Vino's wine blog 4 days ago

More Kosher Zin Please

 Mark As Read    

Review of Agua Dulce Zinfandel 2010 and Barrelhound Blended Scotch Whisky. There is much less by way of kosher versions or editions for much of the world's great wine producing regions, including the US.

Grapelines 5 days ago

Eat: What We Learn From Old Recipes

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The cookbooks of the past — free of today’s relentless ambition, optimization and ease — remind us what it means to be a human eater in the world.

The Pour 5 days ago

Neighborhood Joint: A Toothy Welcome to a Family Fish Restaurant on Long Island

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On the roadside in Center Moriches, entered through a yawning shark’s mouth, Atlantic Seafood Restaurant and Fish Market offers a bounty of goodwill.

The Pour 5 days ago

Essential ingredients: strawberries

 Mark As Read    

In our series identifying key seasonal ingredients, our Head Chef Stewart Turner sings the praises of the humble strawberry, while Demetri Walters MW suggests potential vinous partners. On the table: Strawberries and cream has to be the national summer dish, and this month’s recipe is really just an extension of that. I love panna cotta: […] ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago

The San Francisco Chronicle’s wine coverage, and Vegas, here I come!

 Mark As Read    

  I got my Sunday San Francisco Chronicle and, what do you know, there was an entire section on California Wine! Sixteen pages. That’s the most wine coverage I’ve seen in the paper in years. Maybe they got the message—not just from me, but from others, including the Napa Register’s Paul Franson–about how skimpy their […]

The Removal of Wine Train passengers is a symptom of a bigger problem

 Mark As Read    

Well, this was bound to happen, regardless of race, creed, or political party. The removal of Wine Train passengers brings a lot of issues to the forefront, from the side of someone on the other side of the bar. Let me digress for a second… When I was working in tasting rooms, inevitably some group […] The post The Removal of Wine Train...

Wine Blog 5 days ago

The Family Spirit of Harry & Ida’s and Ducks Eatery

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A young crew in the spirit of a 1970s-style theater troupe drive Harry & Ida’s and Ducks Eatery.

The Pour 5 days ago

Off the Menu: Vaucluse Moves In on the Upper East Side

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The Altamarea Group is turning to France for inspiration; the actor Chazz Palminteri will open a place; and more.

The Pour 6 days ago

Recipes for Health: A Corn Gratin Welcomes Chard Into the Fold

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Blanched and chopped, the hardy and versatile summer green jumps into the mix.

The Pour 6 days ago

Restaurant Review: The Clocktower in Midtown South

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The Clocktower, in the New York Edition hotel, is a Stephen Starr restaurant with the English chef Jason Atherton in the kitchen.

The Pour 6 days ago

It’s A Fine Wine Harvest in Texas This Year – Could be the Biggest!

 Mark As Read    

It's A Fine Wine Harvest in Texas This Year – Could be the Biggest! Early in the year, I kept getting inquiries from friends and associates in the wine business asking about the impact of the rainy spring weather in the Texas hill country. I’d just say, “So far, what I’m hearing is good”, but not

VintageTexas 6 days ago

Rolling Out The Barrels (PUBLIX Grape Fall 2015)

 Mark As Read    

Summer's almost over. Yeah, I said it. Yeah, it's mildly depressing. Yeah, it's a good excuse to drink. For those of you within the mailing address sphere of supermarket chain PUBLIX, you can find my latest contribution to their wine-focused magazine, Grape, in the soon-to-be-released Fall 2015 issue. Therein, among other things, we revisit the [&#...

1 Wine Dude 6 days ago

A Foodie’s Guide to Learning Spanish in Spain

 Mark As Read    

Spanish may not be the language of love, but investing the time to pick it up is certainly a labor of love. It is a commitment to learning both the language and the culture where it’s spoken, and while it’s not always easy, it’s nevertheless one of the most rewarding […]

Catavino 6 days ago
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