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On the table: Portland

 Mark As Read    

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 3 hours, 21 min 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, […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 4 hours, 40 min ago

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 4 hours, 49 min 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 6 hours, 21 min 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...

Wine Tasting, Vineyards, in France 11 hours, 51 min ago

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 18 hours, 2 min 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 19 hours, 46 min ago

Munching on a Monday: Mole at Mestizo

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by Blair "B-Rex" LoupMole (mow-lay) is one of those foods on a menu I can never pass up. It's a personal rule, you know, like when a Spice Girls song pops up on my playlist, I listen to it. Last Monday, Jay and I were talking about a green mole dish that Jim Urdiales' Mestizo presented at Crawfête and decided to head there for lunch. Jim happened t...

Bite and Booze 21 hours, 59 min ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For April 27, 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 23 hours, 51 min ago

I’m baaak! A report on my New England wine trip

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  Haven’t blogged in about a week partly because I wanted to see what the reaction would be when I said I might cease writing steveheimoff.com, and partly because I’ve been on a weeklong sales trip for Jackson Family Wines that has been exhaustive in every sense of the word. For example, last Friday began […]

Vit 101 ~ 4

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WARNING: If you're in the wine business, this is only viticulture 101.  This blog story has been created for people just learning about vineyards. Please judge accordingly. VIT 101: Bunny Boxes… When new vineyards are planted, or when just one plant needs to be replanted (as in this picture), those vines need protection from critters. […...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Alicante – Southern Spain’s Best Kept Wine Secret

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[…] The post Alicante – Southern Spain's Best Kept Wine Secret appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 1 day ago

Beer at Prowein in Düsseldorf? Yes: Altbier at Zum Uerige, Germany

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Pictures: At Zum Uerige, DüsseldorfProwein in Düsseldorf, Germany, which I attended with Annette Schiller, ombiasy WineTours, earlier this year, is arguably the most important wine fair in the world. You would expect a wine fair to take place in a wine region. But there is no wine made in the Düsseldorf area. To the contrary, there is lots of be...

Schiller Wine 1 day ago

Chipotle to Stop Serving Genetically Altered Food

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Starting Monday, nothing sold by Chipotle, which has more than 1,800 restaurants, will contain any genetically modified ingredients.

The Pour 1 day ago

Chateau Planquette (Médoc)

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Didier Michaud at the door of his cellar Saint Yzans de Medoc, Bordeaux Didier Michaud is an artisan vigneron in the Medoc, working on a small vineyard surface of less than two hectares (1,7 he"ctare to be more accurate) and...

Pass the Pork Belly, and the Joint

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At a multicourse dinner party in San Francisco, marijuana is paired like wine. But you’ll need a doctor’s note.

The Pour 3 days ago

Tequila Is Getting Company: Sotol, Bacanora and Raicilla

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There’s more to agave than tequila and mezcal. Sotol, bacanora and raicilla are increasingly showing up in New York bars and restaurants, and not just Mexican ones.

The Pour 3 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: The Umbrella Sky Project

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Photographer: Rui Costa Capture Date: July 22, 2014 Location: Aveiro, Portugal About: The little town of Águeda is decorated annually with vibrant umbrellas that cascade a waterfall of color onto the city streets. More than 3000 have been hung with wires, bringing smiles and radiant light to the city streets. For more information, go to the Umbrell...

Catavino 3 days ago

A Good Appetite: White Bread That’s Beyond the Ordinary

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One of the most forgiving, straightforward breads to make at home is just begging to be made into a PB&J or a BLT. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 3 days ago

City Kitchen: Salt Cod With an Iberian Point of View

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For a stew that’s like comfort food in Spain and Portugal, add chickpeas for heartiness and clams to ensure a seal of approval.

The Pour 3 days ago

Well: Ask Well: Do Microwaves Degrade Food Nutrients?

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Heating your food in a microwave can have varying effects on the nutritional content.

The Pour 3 days ago

Grape expectations

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As we celebrate International Sauvignon Blanc Day, Richard Veal – member of our Private Wine Events team and New World Specialist – examines how this varietal has worked its way to the top of the vine. Something of a sleeper for centuries, Sauvignon Blanc performed its role anonymously yet very effectively. Originally as an un-named […] The p...

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

Tastemakers: Italian Focus with a diverse history!

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[…] The post Tastemakers: Italian Focus with a diverse history! appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 4 days ago

Lunch and Wine Tasting at Weingut Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt in Morscheid, Mosel with Owner Annegret Reh-Gartner “ Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2014)

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Picture: Wine Tasting at Weingut Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt in MorscheidFollowing the morning event at Weingut von Hövel with owner and winemaker Maximilian von Kunow, we drove over to Morscheid to have lunch cum wine tasting with Annegret Reh-Gartner, the owner of the prestigious Weingut Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt. Annegret Reh-Gartner is married...

Schiller Wine 4 days ago

Wines of The Times: Wine Review: Manzanilla Sherry

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A younger generation has begun to appreciate sherry since producers started buying small amounts of particularly compelling lots and issuing them with minimal processing.

The Pour 4 days ago

Top 10 Faux Pas of Wine PR People

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Media people get tired of us. While we're the link to their samples, the less they have to do with us after the samples arrive, the better. From their list of complaints, I've compiled the do's from their don't, of the top 10 faux pas of wine PR people regarding sending them samples. I fell […] The post Top 10 Faux Pas of Wine PR People appea...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Hungry City: East Wind Snack Shop in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn

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A homage to the working-class coffee houses from the neighborhood where the chef grew up.

The Pour 4 days ago

A New Bar Will Replace Gin Palace

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The owners are starting over in their East Village location with “tiki-influenced” drinks.

The Pour 4 days ago

Provisions and Traditions: The Beginning of a True Louisiana Collaboration

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Great Raft Brewing out of Shreveport cranks out some of the finest beers in the state. Their new collaboration with the John Besh Restaurant Group is something I’m particularly jazzed about.Co-owners Andrew and Lindsay Nations, along with their brewmaster Harvey Kenney, have released their first beer in a series of four to go with the different sty...

Bite and Booze 4 days ago

Walking New York: Home, Cooked

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Heading to Chinatown for the tastes left behind.

The Pour 5 days ago

And the Survey Says….The Right Grapes for Texas Wine!

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And the Survey Says….The Right Grapes for Texas Wine! I recently posed the following question to members of the Facebook Texas Wine Drinkers Group: What are the best red and white grapes for Texas? I further specified that my quest was to identify the grapes that liked to grow here, made quality wines and that

VintageTexas 5 days ago

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Eat Up. You’ll Be Happier.

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The French discourage picky eaters, as a threat to the social bond.

The Pour 5 days ago

Art Exhibition and Wine Tasting with Susan Levin and Annette Schiller, Washington DC, USA

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Picture: Susan Levin and Annette SchillerThank You Thank you all for coming to this past weekends Art and Wine Event. It was a pleasure for us to meet new people and to partake in the Wine, Art, Food and exceptional company. Art and Wine really do compliment each other! The way in which we met may seem so unusual and random to most, but we connecte...

Schiller Wine 5 days ago

Pitorro, Anyone? Craft Distilleries and Breweries Take Hold in South Bronx

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The Port Morris Distillery, which makes pitorro, or “Puerto Rican moonshine,” is part of a growing industry of artisanal beer and spirits in the borough.

The Pour 5 days ago

Spring Weather Watch in the Vineyards 2015

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Spring typically marches in funky weather (especially here in the Seattle area).  March brought us not surprising announcements that Washington and Oregon will be facing drought this year. Drought has plagued California for the last four years.  Even with current government restrictions, California is facing a losing water battle.  In the agricultu...

Portalis Wine 5 days ago

Op-Doc: ‘A Sustainable Chef’

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This short documentary explains why one world-class chef overhauled his menu to emphasize sustainable ingredients.

The Pour 5 days ago

Jeremiah Tower Leaves Tavern on the Green

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The chef is the second to exit in the year since the landmark restaurant reopened.

The Pour 5 days ago

The Serious Side of Vinho Verde

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Editor's Note: Today, we're very excited to introduce Cathy Fisher, an American currently living in Lisbon with her Portuguese husband. Cathy approached us with an infectious passion to share her love of Portuguese wine; and who are we to say no?! Welcome Cathy and thank you for getting us in the mood for old […]

Catavino 5 days ago
The Pour 5 days ago

New York Times wine club on ice

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Members of the New York Times wine club residing in New York are not receiving wine–and shipments might not resume until July. The Albany Times Union has a detailed account of the wrangling that has led to the suspension (indeed, on the NYT wine club site, New York is not even an option for sign-ups–the […] The post New York Times...

Dr Vino's wine blog 5 days ago

Sharp Dressed Man: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Sharp Dressed Man at Lock & KeyOne of the newest cocktails to grace the menu at the Lock & Key Whiskey Bar is the properly named Sharp Dressed Man. The simple but refreshing take on an Old Fashioned begins its life with a house-made ginger simple syrup. The ginger adds a touch of floral spice that takes the drink in a unique direction. A fe...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

New Orleans Bars Issue Last Call for Smoking

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Just after midnight, it became illegal to smoke in the establishments, prompting a mix of cheers, lamentations and resigned shrugs.

The Pour 6 days ago

Teatime tales

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Jasper Morris MW – our Burgundy Director and tea fanatic – introduces a trio of Burgundian winemakers to three of the finest Pu’erh teas in Hong Kong. After an exhausting week in Hong Kong, I took Olivier and Corinne Merlin and David Croix to my favourite tea shop, Sun Sing Tea, on the 32nd floor […] The post Teatime tales appeared first on B...

Berrys' Wine Blog 6 days ago

Five Decades of Wine: The Arc of My Career, Part 7: I Go Over to “The Dark Side”

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  Years ago, I had a dear friend with a good job. He was the wine columnist for a periodical with considerable influence in Wine Country. One day, he found himself unemployed, because the newspaper he wrote for was downsizing. He took a job doing P.R. for a winery. He was very upset about it. […]

Commitment of Joy Sterling and Kevin Jorgeson toward our Earth

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These days, Mother Nature is cleverly disguised as Joy Sterling, of Iron Horse Vineyards. For as long as I've had the pleasure of knowing Joy, I've found this to be true. She has the intellect, understanding, compassion, and resources to pull it off. She cares for the earth in ways that many of us can't […] The post Commitment of Joy Sterling...

Wine Blog 6 days ago

Weingut Wittmann now with Dr. Loosen Imports in the USA

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Picture: Annette Schiller, ombiasy WineTours, and Christian Schiller with Philipp Wittmann and Eva Clüsserath-Wittmann at Prowein 2015, see: Prowein 2015 in Düsseldorf, Germany “ Schiller's Impressions A few months ago, Loosen Bros. USA announced that German star producer Weingut Wittmann from the Rheinhessen region had joined the portfolio of ...

Schiller Wine 6 days ago

Discover Wine Country – Across Your Country!

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April is about embracing Mother Nature and exploring the new beginnings that surround us during the first full month of spring. This month, we'll cover the entire Pacific Coast and even venture on over to the Eastern U.S. for a look at Kentucky's exciting and evolving wine industry. World-class wines, stunning sights, and a variety...

Ken's Wine Guide 6 days ago

Answer Found to Mystery of Missing Bourbon, Kentucky Officials Say

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A grand jury charged nine people with engaging in organized crime, accusing them of being part of a syndicate that dealt in stolen bourbon and anabolic steroids.

The Pour 6 days ago

Chipotle Posts Its First Quarter of Billion-Dollar Sales

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The restaurant chain said its profits jumped 47.6 percent in the first quarter as it continued its explosive growth.

The Pour 6 days ago

Off the Menu: George Mendes’s Lupulo Is a Homage to His Heritage

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The chef will serve food, beer and wine from Portugal, and an enormous bar for drinking and dining fills the center of the high-ceilinged room.

The Pour 6 days ago
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