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Auberge du Soleil Restaurant

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Enjoy the best views of the Napa Valley while dining at Auberge du Soleil Napa Valley. This Napa resort is the perfect stop on a wine tour. Enjoy great views of the Napa Valley.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 hours, 45 min ago

Marin County California

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Take the short drive over the Golden Gate Bridge into Marin County California. Plan a wine tour to visit the fascinating Marin County wineries in this region.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 hours, 45 min ago

Ventura County Wineries

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Discover the Ventura County Wineries. These Southern California wineries are open for wine tasting. Come sample the fine wines being produced by these family owned wineries.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 hours, 45 min ago

Letter From Paris: Kebabs as a Political Statement in France

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To the far right National Front, France’s most popular fast-food import from the East represents nothing less than a threat to the country’s identity.

The Pour 4 hours, 6 min ago

Part 2 – 2014 Top Texas Wines that Titillated My Taste Buds List

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2014 Top Texas Wines that Titillated My Taste Buds List (Part 2) Well, I think that we’re about half way through my list. Memories keep popping-up and neurons flashing in my brain that keep reminding me of the wonderful Texas wine experiences that I’ve had this year. This has also call to my attention how

VintageTexas 4 hours, 10 min ago

Last Minute Wine Gifts

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[…] The post Last Minute Wine Gifts appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 4 hours, 38 min ago

A Christmas Eve Cocktail, the American 25

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Conjuring the anticipation of Christmas Eve with applejack, Scotch and a burst of effervescence on the tongue.

The Pour 5 hours, 30 min ago

A Christmas Day Cocktail, the Clementine Sour

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Toasting holidays past and present with a cocktail of amaretto, Curaçao, bourbon and clementines.

The Pour 5 hours, 30 min ago

Counting Calories: A Dispute Over Portion Size at Olive Garden

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A hedge fund that owns a stake in the parent company of the restaurant chain wants a shift toward smaller portions of better food.

The Pour 6 hours, 17 min ago

Front Burner: A Culinary Tour of Cuba

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A home for artisanal cheeses, Cassoulet Week, bacon bread and more food news.

The Pour 7 hours, 19 min ago

Chanukah Wish List

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Our annual Chanukah gift wish list Our annual Chanukah gift guide begins with a simple but essential accessory for any wine lover, a corkscrew.

Grapelines 8 hours, 14 min ago

Le Nez Du Vin by Jean Lenoir for your favorite wine enthusiast

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The Le Nez du Vin wine aroma kit is the original of all wine aroma kits on the market. Nobody does it better… It's the Bentley of wine aromas, discovered by Jean Lenoir some 30 years ago… Often imitated, it can't possibly be duplicated. Nor can there exist anything quite like it for a luxurious […] The post Le Nez Du Vin by Jean L...

Wine Blog 8 hours, 26 min ago

Flavorful Shreveport/Bossier: Sabores Brings a Dominican Flare to Northern Louisiana

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On a Shreveport-Bossier media trip this past May I had the pleasure of eating at an authentic Dominican restaurant in Bossier City. Sabores is a family owned and operated eatery with dishes reminiscent of those I had on my trip to the Dominican Republic (Parts Uno, Dos, and Tres). I'm extremely glad that we got to try some of the international cuis...

Bite and Booze 8 hours, 38 min ago

Under the Spanish Sun: Top Winter Getaways in Spain

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Snowflakes pedal themselves softly to the ground while a warm Spanish sun shines overhead. This is an image not often associated with winter in Spain, and yet many visitors to the country during the winter months are surprised to snow crunching underfoot in many regions, let alone an impressive ski […]

Catavino 9 hours, 30 min ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For December 22, 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 10 hours, 38 min ago

A taste of Burgundy

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Our Burgundy Director, Jasper Morris MW, braces himself for the annual tasting sortie into the wilds of this fêted winemaking region, only to be reminded of its unending delights Another Burgundy campaign is under way, and after two months of intensive tasting of the 2013s – and three weeks of chasing up allocations and prices, and […] The po...

Berrys' Wine Blog 15 hours, 8 min ago

Renewed U.S.-Cuba ties good news for CA wine

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  The first thing I thought, when I heard that the U.S. is about to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba, was, “Oh, man, that's really good news for California wine.” Before the brouhahas of the early 1960s, Cuba was a favorite tropical destination for American vacationers, especially those along the East Coast. Today, people go […]...

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 16 hours, 28 min ago

Ruppert-Leroy (Champagne)

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Emmanuel Leroy on the Martin-Fontaine parcel Essoyes, Aube (Champagne) You might have an image of Champagne like a monocultural landscape of hills covered with vineyards and nothing else, but this corner of the Aube is so different. With the woods...

Wine Tasting, Vineyards, in France 23 hours, 38 min ago

2011 Hedges CMS Columbia Valley Red 750ml

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As in 2010, 2011 was another excellent but slightly unusual vintage in Washington State. The La Nina current again made for cool spring temperatures, which delayed bud break and slowed early season growth. When combined with a warm but not particularly hot summer, veraison was one to two weeks late, which meant the grapes for […]

Wine Blog Pro 1 day ago

Kickin’ it with Kitchit!

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[…] The post Kickin' it with Kitchit! appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 1 day ago

Holiday Gifts for Wine Lovers

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If you are like me, you purchased your holiday gifts months ago. But if you are more excited by the idea of last-minute gift giving, you started shopping yesterday, and are ready to pay a premium for shipping. Looking for the perfect … Continue reading →

another wine blog 1 day ago

2014 Top Texas Wines that Titillated My Taste Buds List

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2014 Top Texas Wines that Titillated My Taste Buds List As in previous years, if you recall, the year finishes with lists of “Best Texas Wines” and then the discussion starts about why everyone’s favorite wine was not on the list, and how deficient the “best wine” process is. Well, this year (under the fictitious

VintageTexas 2 days ago

Tour a Wine Cave

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Tour a wine cave. Wine caves have long been used for storing wines. Learn about California wineries that have caves you can tour.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

Santa Barbara Wineries

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Explore the Santa Barbara Wineries. Learn about wineries, Santa Barbara restaurants, camping, and wine tasting on the Santa Barbara coast. Print Santa Barbara Winery Map.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

Winecast 77 – Champagne

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My first true Winecast in 5 years to celebrate the 10th anniversary of this podcast and wine blog.Winecast 77 – Champagne originally appeared on Winecast. Licensed under Creative Commons.

Winecast 2 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: Picos de Europa, Spain

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Photographer: Slawek Staszczuk Capture Date:  October 2012 Location: Posada De Valdeon, Castille y Leon, Spain About: The morning after the challenging climb from Cordiñanes to Collado Jermoso. Definitely better viewed in the lightbox ("L"). Panorama stitched from 5 horizontal frames at 37mm with some hard-edged ND grad (probably 0.6). Desktop Wall...

Catavino 3 days ago

Gramercy Tavern Chef Will Cook at New Whitney Restaurant

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Michael Anthony, the executive chef of Gramercy Tavern, will move to Untitled on the High Line.

The Pour 3 days ago

The Top 10 Videos of the Year

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The top videos of the year range from one man’s incredible tale of surviving an ISIS massacre to a charming — and very kid-friendly — dinner experiment.

The Pour 3 days ago

At the Table: Over Blintzes, Savoring and Saying Goodbye to Cafe Edison

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At Cafe Edison, a theater district haunt that is closing on Sunday, a couple bemoaned the loss of a New York institution.

The Pour 3 days ago

A Good Appetite: A French Toast Recipe With a Crème Brûlée Twist

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The technique differs from other French toast recipes, with their quick dip into eggy milk. This one calls for patience. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 3 days ago

Louisiana Culinary Trails: Red River Riches

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Tommy Talley leads the tommysTV crew at Inglewood FarmsThe Shreveport/Bossier area may not be know for their food, but Louisiana Culinary Trails says otherwise. Follow the Red River through the Northwest corner of the state all the way to Alexandria and you'll find some great local eateries. In filming, tommysTV and I were able to chat about what m...

Bite and Booze 3 days ago

City Kitchen: A Sausage Roll Recipe for Boxing Day

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In Britain, sausage rolls make an appearance on Christmas Eve, on Christmas Day or on Dec. 26, Boxing Day.

The Pour 3 days ago

Zinfandel poised for growth

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  Some wine varieties in California are permanently popular with the population. Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, for example. In now, in last year, and they’ll be in next year. Then there are varieties that seem to come and go in cycles, and of them none more so than Zinfandel. It’s had more ins and outs […]

The last word in festive wines – part five

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In our final look at the modish bottles capable of providing vinous pleasure this Christmas, three of our Berry Bros. & Rudd team members – Richard Veal, Fergus Stewart and Martin Hudson MW – look to the far reaches of the Old and New Worlds for the brightest stars. Richard Veal on South Africa, New […] The post The last word in festive w...

Berrys' Wine Blog 3 days ago

Business Briefing: Hellman’s Maker Unilever Drops Suit Over Eggless Mayo

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Unilever had filed suit against the company, Hampton Creek, this year, claiming false advertising for Just Mayo, an eggless product. Unilever

The Pour 3 days ago

Portugal Offers ‘Best Value’ in UK Supermarkets

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Of course we want the BEST wine. But let’s be honest, we don’t mean the ‘best’ like Magnus Carlsen is the Best Chess player in the World, or Noma is the Best Restaurant in the World. What we really mean is something more like: “I want the wine that will […]

Catavino 3 days ago

What the Heck Do Hobbits Drink, Anyway?

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With the opening of the final chapter in the Hobbit trilogy of films, it seems natural to wonder what hobbits drink—I mean, when they aren’t haring off on adventures with roving troops of dwarves, crawling atop mounds of treasure guard...

Tasting Room 4 days ago

Holiday Gift Guide

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This year's holiday Gift Giving Guide for the wine lover on your list. While no wine-lover will ever complain about receiving a special bottle as a holiday gift, there are many other options that would please even the snobbiest on your list.

Grapelines 4 days ago

The Halal Guys in the East Village

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With four carts, a restaurant in the East Village and one set to open on the Upper West Side, Halal Guys patrons can’t get enough of the white sauce.

The Pour 4 days ago

Tweets From The Tasting Room

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This is a guest post from Mari Kane. She has worked in several tasting rooms throughout California and is now a writer, blogger and WordPress consultant living in Vancouver, BC. She blogs about wine at Tasting Room Confidential.com and about blogging at Blogsite studio.com. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook or Google Plus. Twitter has emerged as t...

Vin 65 4 days ago

Larry J. Cano Dies at 90; Founded El Torito Restaurants

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Starting with his first Los Angeles restaurant in the mid-1950s, Mr. Cano helped popularize Mexican food among Americans with his version of the cuisine.

The Pour 4 days ago

Thoughts On Thoughts On Thoughts On Influential Wine Blogs

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Back in October (yeah, I really am about that far behind on things), the scientifically-minded Becca Yeamans-Irwin wrote on her blog about a research study that examined five influential English language wine blogs (including this lil’ ol’ one right here) using content analysis software called Leximancer. As you no doubt already expected from the a...

1 Wine Dude 4 days ago

McDonald’s in Japan Is Driven to Ration Fries

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A dockworker dispute at American ports has led to a shortage of processed potatoes.

The Pour 4 days ago

The last word in festive wines – part four

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Chris Pollington and Martyn Rolph of our Fine Wine team find no shortage of exciting wines to savour this Christmas from Italy and Spain Chris Pollington on Italy What I choose to drink with the main Christmas meal has changed over the 20 years or so that I’ve been in the wine trade. The medium […] The post The last word in festive wines – pa...

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

Discovering Writer Mark Pendergrast

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[This photo is borrowed from Mark Pendergrast's Website.] I enjoy introducing you to other writers in the wine business, or related to it in some seamless way. In this case, it's a fellow writer whose expertise has earned him columns in Wine Spectator, which are related to coffee and evaluating it. Mark is best known […] The post Discovering ...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Wine as “the good life”? The Wall Street Journal says so!

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  I’ve been watching the case of the New York Times for many years, to see what would be the fate of the Gray Lady. At the height of the Great Recession, the paper was said to be perilously close to going under, the result of (a) declining readership because younger people were not reading […]

Eat: In the Beginning

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Hors d’oeuvres that prepare the palate for the great work to come.

The Pour 5 days ago

Tasting Whiskey: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Tasting Whiskey by Lew BrysonFor this week's Whisk(e)y Wednesday we are going to hit you with some knowledge, proudly sponsored by the Lock & Key Whiskey Bar. Whiskey is enjoying a huge surge in popularity from all segments of the population. Whether it is Scotch, Irish, bourbon, rye, Canadian, Japanese, or artisan American whiskies, the spirit...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

The last word in festive wines – part three

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Laura Atkinson, Private Account Manager in our Fine Wine team, discovers a wealth of potential new faces for the Christmas table from Alsace, Austria and Germany Despite its diminutive size, Alsace is home to many of the world's finest white wines; from the majestic and ancient Riesling grape, the exuberant Pinot Gris or the richly-flavoured [̷...

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago
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