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Germany's Top 11 Winemakers (with 5 out of 5 Grapes) - The Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015

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Picture: Thomas Haag, Weingut Schloss Lieser, and Christian G.E. Schiller in Mainz. Thomas Haag, Weingut Schloss Lieser, is the 2015 Gault Millau Deutschland Winemaker of the Year, see: Thomas Haag, Weingut Schloss Lieser, Germany's Winemaker of the Year, Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015The Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland is the leading w...

Schiller Wine 1 hour, 24 min ago

Wine School: Your Next Lesson: Muscadet

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Yes, Muscadet wines from the Pays Nantais area go beautifully with oysters, but they can do so much more.

The Pour 12 hours, 45 min ago

Wine School: A Return to Classic Napa Style

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Three bottles reflect Napa’s longtime commitment to cabernet made in classic style.

The Pour 13 hours, 1 min ago

Hungry City: Masha & the Bear in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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At Masha & the Bear in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Russian hospitality is on full display.

The Pour 14 hours, 28 min ago

On terroir, and the vine’s microbiome

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  Doesn’t it seem to you like these stories lately about microbes in soil affecting wine are making the concept of terroir even more complicated than we thought it was? We used to think terroir was a matter of the physical structure of the soil and the climate, or meso-climate, of the vineyard. John Winthrop […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 16 hours, 47 min ago

Sac-A-Yay: Chefs Cody and Sam Carroll open a new restaurant in New Orleans

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by Blair Loup, Chief Confusion CoordinatorChefs Cody and Sam Carroll, both graduates of the Louisiana Culinary Institute, opened a new restaurant in the New Orleans Warehouse District last week and Team Bite and Booze could not be more anxious to get through the doors. Sac-A-Lait boasts a menu full of elevated Prairie and Swamp Cajun dishes.I first...

Bite and Booze 17 hours, 24 min ago

Alcohol: on the ascent?

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In response to queries regarding the rising alcohol levels in wine, Martin Hudson – Master of Wine and Wine Education Specialist – examines why ABVs (alcohol by volume) might be on the rise, and whether or not they actually are. Wine is more alcoholic than it used to be: probably true, but why? There are […] The post Alcohol: on the ascent? a...

Berrys' Wine Blog 22 hours, 24 min ago

Rheingau (Germany) Meets Burgenland (Austria) at Kloster Eberbach in Germany

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Picture: Kloster Eberbach, see: Kloster Eberbach in the Rheingau: Tour and Wine Tasting - Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014) and: Wining in the Steinberg Vineyard “ Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014)At the annual spring presentation of the winemakers of the VDP Rheingau (the VDP is the association of German elite winemakers and VDP ...

Schiller Wine 1 day ago

Paso Robles Golf Courses

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In addition to great wineries, you find some of the finest and most beautiful golf courses in the Paso Robles Wine Country. Learn about Paso Robles golf courses right here.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Picnic Ideas - Best Wineries for Picnics

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Plan a picnic in the Wine Country. Discover the best wineries or picnics and great picnic ideas.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

Steven Smith, Tea Explorer, Dies at 65

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Mr. Smith, who helped found the Stash and Tazo tea companies, developed a cult following with his exotic blends and an arch New Age sales pitch.

The Pour 1 day ago

Orange Country Great Wine Festival to Benefit Legal Aid Society

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Enjoy wine, beer and spirits tastings from over 30 producers at the 2015 Celebrity Cruises Great Wine Festival on May 2, 2015 from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. at the Orange County Great Park, located in Irvine, California. The annual event, … Continue reading →

another wine blog 1 day ago

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Stop Making Us Guinea Pigs

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Roundup, widely used in farming, is “probably” carcinogenic.

The Pour 1 day ago

Eat: With Sugar on Top

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Learning to make sampita, a meringue cake from Montenegro.

The Pour 1 day ago

Who makes the world's best single malt whisky? - Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Kavalan Soloist Vinho Barrique Single Cask StrengthEvery year since 2007 Whisky Magazine releases the World Whiskies Awards to name the top whiskies in the world. They typically have over 300 entries and go through a multiple-round tasting process to determine the elite sips from around the globe. This year's results came as a shock to many people ...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

Davids And Goliaths Of Wine

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Review of Abarbanel Batch 22 Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 and a revisit to Boulard Calvados XO. In popular and secular terms, the biblical confrontation between David and Goliath is seized upon as a shorthand reference for a hopeful image of the underdog, a contest or battle between a relatively small or weak opponent against a much bigger and much str...

Grapelines 1 day ago

Rock My Pinot Like A Wagon Wheel (MacPhail Recent Releases)

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Before you ask… yes, I am still not quite up to the full-on feature articles, and am woefully behind. Look, I've got major issues on the homestead, people, so you're going to need to be patient (or, simply enthrall yourselves with any of the other billion English-language wine blogs out there for now). The issues […] Grab The 1WineDude...

1 Wine Dude 1 day ago

A week on the slopes

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Trading her skis for secateurs, Stephanie Barlow from the Warehouse Shop recounts a week on the slopes of the Montagne de Reims at Champagne Mailly, the producer behind two of our own-label Champagnes. The Grand Cru village of Mailly is nestled on the north face of the Montagne de Reims and grows some of the […] The post A week on the slopes ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

Wine writing: imprecise, and art

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  Yes, wine writing is “an imprecise art,” as the headline on Philip White’s opinion piece in the Adelaide (Australia) InDaily News says. As someone who’s had lots of experience in wine writing (magazines, books, blogs), I’m the first to authenticate Philip’s viewpoint that “writing about smells and flavours and the feelings they impart is [&#...

Evelyn Trentadue of Trentadue Winery passes away

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Matriarch Evelyn Trentadue of Trentadue Winery passed away, on Saturday, March 21, 2015. When asked if I'd help the family to distribute the news spread, my thoughts ran back to the days when I worked closely with the winery, and what a sweet person Evelyn was. She was always so gracious, and loved entertaining. The […] The post Evelyn Trenta...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah 2015, as the dust settles

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These wine barrel hoops are very symbolic for this year's Dark & Delicious event, as I know I jumped through all of them. Did I come out unscathed? Good question. Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah 2015, as the dust settles, I continue to think about how multifaceted and a bit challenging this year's event was… […] The post Dark ...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

In the Mittelrhein Valley, an UNESCO World Heritage Region “ Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014)

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Picture: Kaub with the Castles Pfalzgrafenstein and Burg Gutenfels The Mittelrhein Valley is one of the 13 German wine regions. It is a breathtaking region, where excellent wines are produced. We took a boat trip from Rüdesheim (in the Rheingau) to Bad Salzig (in the Mittelrhein region), where our bus was waiting for us to take us to Zell in the M...

Schiller Wine 2 days ago

Taking a Tour of Louisiana's Craft Beers at Zapp's International Beer Festival

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– Sydney "Brown Nose" BlanchardNeedless to say, it was a pretty exciting day. Two thumbs up.I don't claim to know too much about beer. As someone who turned 21 only a couple of years ago, the world of booze is still pretty new to me. My drink of choice tends to be whatever can get me intoxicated the fastest for the least amount of money.Don't judge...

Bite and Booze 2 days ago

A Good Appetite: Gremolata Gives Passover Brisket a Brighter Side

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Gremolata adds zest to a brisket or osso buco, relieving the meat of its heady intensity. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 2 days ago

Recipe: Portuguese Spinach Mousse

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If you’re craving a bit more earthiness in your Easter side dishes, the richness of a dish like creamed spinach may not fit the bill. Perhaps, Portugal’s “Esparregado de Espinafres” (spinach mousse) is the key with a balance of velvety textures and earthy notes. The dish offers up layers of […]

Catavino 2 days ago

Off the Menu: Gelso & Grand Comes to Little Italy

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Cassidy Hallman says he depends on the best ingredients, even milling his own flour, for his pastas, pizzas, antipasti and main courses.

The Pour 2 days ago

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Little Park in TriBeCa

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Andrew Carmellini and Min Kong create a fresh, natural and intuitive menu at Little Park.

The Pour 2 days ago

2015 James Beard Award Nominees

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A list of this year’s nominees in the restaurant and chef categories, which includes nods for BAstard, Cosme, Blue Hill at Stone Barns and Per Se.

The Pour 2 days ago

Recipes for Health: A Simple Recipe for Pasta With Mussels

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A vibrant linguine dish with a tomato sauce that gets added depth and intensity from the mussel broth.

The Pour 2 days ago

Cabrito Estonado: The Easter Recipe Hidden in the Portuguese Mountains

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Growing up, Portuguese kid stew was as ordinary to me as beef stew was to my American friends. Whenever there were mentions of “cabrito,” my smile lit up! Around this time of year, my younger self would be jumping for joy around my mother’s kitchen, since this was often the […]

Catavino 2 days ago

Cocktail Table Service Thinks Big

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The bar industry is becoming more inventive with what it calls “large format” drinks that serve two to six customers and cost $45 to $150.

The Pour 2 days ago

From one year to the next

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As vintners south of the equator are busy harvesting, Catriona Felstead MW considers the importance of vintage variation in sunnier climes. On this side of the globe, it’s easy to forget that the vintage in the southern hemisphere takes place in February, March and April. Areas of Chile, Argentina, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa have [R...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

How wine can be as cool as beer and cocktails

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  It’s certainly true, as Robert Parker pointed out in his recent interview in The Drinks Business, that high wine prices are “a problem and a concern” and that they are creating “a caste system” in which “the younger generation” cannot afford top wines from regions such as “Burgundy, or Bordeaux, or from California.” But […]

The Wine Institute clarifies arsenic in wine

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As a public service, the following is what the Wine Institute has distributed, since the article about arsenic in wine has been published… The are keeping us all informed. Wine Institute Fact Sheet on Arsenic Mar 20, 2015 FACT SHEET Wine Institute is the association of 1,000 California wineries. In recent days, unfounded litigation has [̷...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

Virginia's Best Wines: 2015 Virginia Governor's Cup, USA

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Picture: North Gate Vineyard Winemakers/Owners Mark and Vicki Fedor at North Gate Vineyard. Their 2012 Meritage is one of the 12 Wines in the 2015 Governor's Cup CaseGovernor Terry McAuliffe awarded the Virginia Wineries Association's (VWA) 2015 Governor's Cup to Muse Vineyards for their 2009 Clio, a Bordeaux-style blended red wine. This is the fi...

Schiller Wine 3 days ago

Judge Tells Korean-Restaurant Owner in Queens to Pay $2.7 Million in Back Wages

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Workers at Kum Gang San Restaurant said they often worked more than 16 hours with no overtime and were ordered to pick cabbage on their day off.

The Pour 3 days ago

How the Moors Influenced Spanish Cuisine

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With every bite of their Sunday paella, Spanish families—whether they realize it or not–are paying homage to the old Moorish kingdom of Al-Ándalus, one of the greatest civilizations that Iberia has ever known. How did this relationship evolve? It began in the year 711 C.E, when the Moors soundly defeated […]

Catavino 3 days ago

Macaroons for Passover With a Difference

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The recipe for the Jewish holiday treats traces back to Iraq.

The Pour 3 days ago

A Particularly Pleasing Wine

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Reviews of the Pacifica Evan’s Collection Washington Meritage 2010 and Westland Peated American Single Malt Whiskey. The Kosher Food and Wine Experience is a fabulous opportunity to sample the latest wine and spirit releases in Royal’s sizable portfolio, to meet with winemakers or winery/brand representatives and, of course, eat some of the outsta...

Grapelines 3 days ago

Gourmet in the Garden returns on May 1st

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Last year, team Bite and Booze took home the Best of Show prize at the annual Gourmet in the Garden event, a progressive dinner in the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens. This year, the event is coming back even stronger with more chefs creating signature dishes with farm-fresh products. The showcase goes down from 7-10 PM on Friday, May 1st. Proceeds be...

Bite and Booze 3 days ago

Close at Hand: Maira Kalman’s Most Treasured Cooking Tool

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The artist’s midcentury cookie press, which belonged to her mother, will be viewable in an installation in TriBeCa starting April 10.

The Pour 3 days ago

Tony May Is Selling SD26

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The veteran restaurateur plans to retire, with John Doherty, a former executive chef at the Waldorf Astoria, taking over.

The Pour 3 days ago

Thoughts From A Former Tasting Room Staff

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The other day I was working on my blog. I decided to change the coloring and just freshen it up. As I was "cleaning" it, I happened to notice some former blogs I wrote, especially one where I ranted about some of the customers I have met along the way.Now you could wag your finger at me and admonish me for "picking" on the customer, but technically...

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For March 23, 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 3 days ago

Diageo moving towards “content information” on wine labels

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  No one much noticed last Friday’s report in the Wall Street Journal that Diageo is going to start listing calorie counts “and other content information” on its spirits, including Johnnie Walker Scotch and Smirnoff vodka, “in what it said was a first for the industry.” That nugget was buried on page B5 of the […]

Americans reacting to the lawsuit regarding high levels of arsenic in wine

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Regarding the story that CBS reported on last week, regarding high levels of arsenic: Very high levels of arsenic" in top-selling wines With a title about high levels of arsenic, it's enough to scare anyone… And, sustainable, organic, and biodynamic wines are looking better all of the time… unless you know the producer and its […]...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Prowein 2015 in Düsseldorf, Germany “ Schiller's Impressions

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Picture: Annette Schiller, ombiasy WineTours, Christian Schiller, Winemaker Bob Berteau, Chateau St. Michelle in Washington State and Riesling Gurur Ernst Loosen, Weingut Dr. Loosen, at Prowein 2015 Düsseldorf, Germany, once again impressively underlined its reputation as a capital for the wine and spirits sector: after three days of activity (Mar...

Schiller Wine 4 days ago

Pedernales Cellars Vermentino and Viognier: Found on the Mediterranean Isle of Texas

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Pedernales Cellars Vermentino and Viognier: Found on the Mediterranean Isle of Texas I recently sat down to taste two new white wines from the 2014 vintage, both from Pedernales Cellars. This winery has been long known for their Viognier and expectations were high. After all, Pedernales Cellars has been a winner at the top levels

VintageTexas 4 days ago

Somewhere in the vast array of options

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Procrastination creates burdens, but those who march forward open up opportunities for life is as it should be… Not wasted… a vast array of options. The post Somewhere in the vast array of options appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Moving Day

 Mark As Read    

Big news! Cornerstone Cellars is moving! We're moving from our current address of 6505 Washington Street to our new address of 6505 Washington Street. Okay, that's not very dramatic news as we are moving all of about twenty feet across the parking lot, but it's big news for us and good news for you. We're moving into the space right behind our curr...

Wine Camp Blog 5 days ago
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