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New Developments in German Wine - Annette Schiller at the German Wine Society in Washington DC, USA

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Picture: Annette Schiller, Ombiasy PR and WineToursFollowing her presentation at the German Wine Society in Philadelphia/South Jersey a few weeks ago, Annette Schiller, Ombiasy PR and WineTours, gave a similar presentation and led a tasting “ with different wines “ at the German Wine Society in Washington DC.See:New Developments in German Wine - An...

Schiller Wine 43 minutes ago

Spirits of The Times: Bourbon’s Masters of the Craft

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Small, independent distillers have presented the spirit as an attractive option to those who have moved toward vodka and single-malt Scotches.

The Pour 9 hours, 36 min ago

Pairings: Bourbon’s Affinity for Ginger

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Three cocktails combining two crisp and refreshing ingredients.

The Pour 10 hours, 18 min ago

2011 Grgich Hills Estate Napa Valley Chardonnay 750 mL

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Thanks to cool weather and unexpected rains, 2011 was a demanding, but in the end, rewarding vintage for us. The wet winter and spring delayed the start of bloom and then cool temperatures slowed grape development, pushing the start of harvest back by two weeks. More reminiscent of France than Napa Valley, this vintage produced […]

Wine Blog Pro 10 hours, 33 min ago

Hungry City: Rosette on the Lower East Side

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At Rosette, on the Lower East Side, the most interesting dishes have a slightly through-the-looking-glass cast.

The Pour 12 hours, 15 min ago

Put a Burg on it: d’Angerville Jura

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Guillaume d'Angerville has made sophisticated and elegant wines at his family domaine in Volnay since he took over in 2003. But recently, the story goes, his curiosity was piqued in the wines of the Jura: a Parisian sommelier poured him a chardonnay from the region blind and d'Angerville took it to be a white Burgundy. […] The post Put a Burg...

Dr Vino's wine blog 12 hours, 51 min ago

5 Essential Tips for Cooking with Wine

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  You can slow cook it, saute it or marinate it – wine enhances flavors and is always the best ingredient in whatever you're cooking. But, there's a bit more to cooking with wine than just pouring it into the pan. Choose a wine based on other ingredients in the dish. If you're cooking something […]

Andy's Wine Blog 16 hours, 8 min ago

Chat & Chow: Making ‘Famous Nathan,’ a Film at the Tribeca Festival

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Lloyd Handwerker discusses his documentary “Famous Nathan,” about Nathan Handwerker, his grandfather, who started Coney Island’s quintessential hot-dog stand.

The Pour 16 hours, 13 min ago

Thursday throwaway: on “simple” wine appreciation, U.S. wine production and the status of reviewers

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  Why is “simple” the new mantra for everything, including wine? Did it start with the “For Dummies” books? Then there’s that drumbeat in the blogosphere that peddles “unserious” wine appreciation. What’s that all about? I Googled the term “wine made simple” and got 181,000,000 hits! I have no problem with clarity and preciseness in […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 16 hours, 17 min ago

A Tale of Two Sicilies (part one)

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David Berry Green, our buyer for, and resident of, Italy, recently embarked on a journey through the light and shade of Sicilian winemaking to curate his latest offer. In part one of his blog, he brings to life the vinous history of this enticing isle. It’s black and white really. Not just the differences between […]The post A Tale of Two Sic...

Berrys' Wine Blog 17 hours, 59 min ago

Old School Cool (Casa Nuestra Recent Releases)

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A conversation I had at the tail end of the 2014 Premiere Napa Valley Auction: Alder Yarrow: “So, where are you visiting when you’re in town?” Me: “I’ve got appointments at Stony Hill, Kapcsandy, Casa Nuestra…” Alder: “Casa Nuestra! Oh, yeeeah!” Me: “Did you just squeal?” And so there you have it, one of the […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tastin...

1 Wine Dude 18 hours, 13 min ago

Greek Wines: Of Myths and Mediterranean Flavors

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A look at Greek wines, specifically Santorini Assyrtiko. The source of much of our current wine culture rests with the ancient Greeks. Wine has been made in Greece for over 6500 years and it played such a critical role in their civilization that it had its own god; Dionysus. Considered by their leading philosophers (including Homer, Plato and Aris...

Grapelines 18 hours, 28 min ago

When a wine blog is a personal journal

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If you're reading this blog, please note, it's my personal journal about being in the wine business... The post When a wine blog is a personal journal appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 20 hours, 12 min ago

Terry Theise: German 2013 Vintage Wines - Highlights and Superlatives, Germany

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Pictures: Christian G.E. Schiller Tasting with Helmut Doennhoff, see: An Afternoon with Riesling Star Winemaker Helmut Doennhoff at Weingut Doennhoff in Oberhausen in the Nahe Valley, GermanyTerry Theise is one of the leading experts of German Wine in the US. Among the vast number of his followers, he has gained something like a cult status. He pub...

Schiller Wine 1 day ago

Texas High Plains Report: It’s Alive! It’s Alive!

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Texas High Plains Report: It’s Alive! It’s Alive! I just received a photo from a certain (and notable) viticulturist on the high plains. Like many that reside near him, he didn’t hold out much hope for the naked and infantile buds on the vines in his area after last week’s freeze. This sad prognosis was

VintageTexas 1 day ago

Praising the benefits of wine corrections in the 19th century

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Early lab tools I read recently a passionating essay by Lars Carlberg on a little-known aspect of the struggle between partisans of non-interventionist winemaking (call it natural) and additives-enhanced winemaking (call it industrial). His piece was utterly interesting because while...

Obama’s First Order of Business in Tokyo: Sushi From the Master

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President Obama and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had dinner at Sukiyabashi Jiro, whose chef was featured in a documentary, “Jiro Dreams of Sushi.”

The Pour 1 day ago

Ole Smoky Moonshine Mint Julep: Whiskey Wednesday presented by Calandro's Supermarket

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Moonshine is typically the term used for illegally distilled spirits from back in the days of prohibition. While we are far removed from that, it certainly is still possible to make illegal moonshine as home distilling, unlike home brewing, isn't exactly legal. There are at least a couple good reasons for this aside from being anti-booze. Distillin...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

A Wine for Tonight: 2013 Robert Mondavi Private Selection Riesling

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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 Robert Mondavi Private Selection Riesling from the Central Coast of California. Our selection criteria include: A very good Quality rating […]A Wine for Tonight:...

Wine Peeps 1 day ago

On an Argentine Torrontes and how critics come up with those numbers

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  I drank a very nice wine from Argentina last night, Michel Torino 2013 Don David Finca La Primavera #3 ($23), made from the Torrontes grape. It was quite delicious, offering layers of lime, quince and tangerine, with wonderfully brisk acidity, and while there was a honeyed richness, the finish was absolutely dry. After 25 […]

Decanter Asia Wine Awards 2014 (dawa)

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For More details visit http://www.decanterawards.com/en/dawa

Indian Wine 1 day ago

Catalan Recipe: Bacalao with Samfaina

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It isn’t hard to see the cultural connections between Catalonia and France, regardless of the obvious geographic proximity. Recipes, Roman ruins, and modern wine-making techniques have all trickled over the border. Even the Catalan language stems in part from the medieval langue d’oc, echoes of which are still heard today in modern Provençal.  Samf...

Catavino 1 day ago

Wine of the Week: Freixenet Sparkling Cordon Negro Brut Cava (Spain) $12

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One of the best-selling Cavas on the market, Freixenet's Cordon Negro Brut offers up exceptional citrus and toasted almond notes on the nose. Built on the region's three dominant Cava grapes: ...Read Full Post

About.com Wine 1 day ago

Best Bets for Cava Wine

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Cava is Spain's delicious (and affordable) answer to the bubbly sparkling wine scene.  Utilizing the same method for making sparkling wine as Champagne, Cava relies heavily on three local grapes and comes from Spain's Penedes region, which lies just west of Barcelona....Read Full Post

About.com Wine 1 day ago

Understanding Macroclimate, Microclimate, Mesoclimate, and Canopy Climates

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Image via Wikipedia For all of the words that are used in writing about a vineyard's climate terroir, there are significant differences with each. If you don't have the luxury of a viticulture class close by, or you're just too busy to attend a class, here's a good primer. Vit 101 brought some interesting concepts […] The post Understanding M...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Christian G.E. Schiller's Review of the Book: Ralf Frenzel (ed.) - Riesling, Robert Weil. Tre Torri, Wiesbaden, Germany, 2013, in the Journal of Wine Economics, Volume 9, 2014, No. 1 (Published by Cambridge University Press)

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The American Association of Wine Economists (AAWE) just released a new issue of the Journal of Wine Economics (JWE).¨ (Vol 9, No 1). The lead paper of this issue is Giulia Meloni and Johan Swinnen's analysis The Rise and Fall of the World's Largest Wine Exporter ” And Its ¨Institutional Legacy. The JWE, published by Cambridge University Press, i...

Schiller Wine 2 days ago

Join the Fun at Bending Branch Winery Kentucky Derby Extravaganza

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7 Join the Fun at Bending Branch Winery Kentucky Derby Extravaganza Bob Young, John Rivenburgh and Jennifer Beckmann and the whole crew at Bending Branch Winery invite you to join them and other Texas wine aficionados at their 4th Annual Kentucky Derby Extravaganza on May 3rd. 11 am to 6 pm.  This event has grown

VintageTexas 2 days ago

Against the Grain

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Artisanal baking goes renegade, combining snail-pace, primordial techniques with a cutting-edge approach.

The Pour 2 days ago

Critic’s Notebook: Let’s Start With Bread and Water

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At many restaurants, what once was free now must be requested. This must change.

The Pour 2 days ago

Be Patient and Make Tartine’s Country Bread Your Own

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Chad Robertson’s recipe has reached cult status among passionate home bakers.

The Pour 2 days ago

Three Recipes to Savor to the Last Crumb

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Bake white bread, English muffins and walnut bread in your own kitchen.

The Pour 2 days ago

Off the Menu: Barchetta, a New Showcase for Italian Seafood, Opens

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David Pasternack gained a reputation at Esca for his affinity with sea creatures.

The Pour 2 days ago
The Pour 2 days ago

Restaurant Review: Telepan Local in TriBeCa

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At Telepan Local, a serving can be too much or too little.

The Pour 2 days ago

Restaurant Takeaway: Fried Chicken, in Butter Form

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A spread combines seasoned, rendered chicken fat, sweet cream butter and maple syrup.

The Pour 2 days ago

The Milk Punch Revival

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The newly popular version of milk punch is a clear drink, not a creamy one.

The Pour 2 days ago

Palcohol, a powdered alcohol, surrenders labels

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Yesterday, the approval of a powdered alcohol called "Palcohol" got a lot of media attention. You could add it to food. You could smuggle it into stadiums. You could snort it. However, the story got a little ahead of itself. An attorney at bevlaw posted the original item noting that the TTB, a division of […] The post Palcohol, a powdered alc...

Dr Vino's wine blog 2 days ago

Two Years Before The Masthead (Reflections On Becoming A Professional Wine Writer)

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“You should write about being a professional wine writer.” That’s the advice I got recently from a close friend, after we’d somehow gotten on the topic of picking writing topics. “Why the f*ck would anybody want to read that?” was my response, to which I added, “I’m not even a professional wine writer.” My friend’s […] Grab The 1WineDude.com...

1 Wine Dude 2 days ago

Organic Wines from importer Véronique Raskin

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From yesterday's post: Today's organic wine options are superlative: The Organic Wine Company Organic Wines from importer Véronique Raskin As we tasted through the wines that Véronique Raskin presented to Sue Straight for Sue Straight (Wine Wench), Mindy Joyce (Sugar Fly Marketing),  Jose and I to taste, the first wine instantly reminded me Sarah J...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

Grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon

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In the first of a series about popular grape varieties, Anne McHale MW, one of our brilliant education team, helps you identify and understand the finer points of Cab Sav. Cabernet Sauvignon has become a famous international grape variety. Interestingly, genetic profiling has shown that it is the offspring of Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc, [&#...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

Thinking of Tchelistcheff on the 20th anniversary of his death

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  Can it really have been 20 years since André Tchelistcheff died? I met and interviewed the man they call The Maestro a couple times, in my guise as a reporter, although I can’t claim to have known him well. His heavily Russian-inflected English could be hard to understand, especially on the phone, but he […]

Weingut Schloss Neuweier “ Robert Schaetzle, Baden, Germany

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Picture: Annette and Christian G.E. Schiller with Robert SchaetzleThe first winery we will visit on the Sun-kissed German South (Germany-South) Tour by ombiasy PR and WineTours from September 14 “ September 20, 2014, is Weingut Schloss Neuweier “ Robert Schaetzle, in Baden. For more on the Sun-kissed German South (Germany-South) Tour by ombiasy PR ...

Schiller Wine 3 days 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 3 days ago

Health Benefits of Wine

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What are the health benefits of wine? Wine is good for health; find out why different types of wine can keep you healthy. Wine is good for you.

Cheers2Wine Blog 3 days ago

Harvest Inn Napa

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If you are planning a trip to the Wine Country, Harvest Inn Napa Valley is a special place to stay. This luxury resort features eight acres of gorgeous grounds.

Cheers2Wine Blog 3 days ago

What Are Texas Grape Growers and Winemakers Doing to Build a “Real” Texas Wine Industry

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What Are Texas Grape Growers and Winemakers Doing to Build a “Real” Texas Wine Industry? Or, Who will be the Robert Mondavi of Texas? It’s been a tough week as a result of the spring freeze that’s hit the high plains and the western and northern parts of the hill country. However, sometimes when it

VintageTexas 3 days ago

Early tip-off means no popping corks for Popovich

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Gregg Popovich joked his pre-game press conference yesterday that the early start had put a dent in his wine consumption the night before. You probably know that Popovich is one of the winningest coaches in NBA history who fosters team play that is unparalleled in today's NBA. But you may not know that he went […] The post Early tip-off means...

Dr Vino's wine blog 3 days ago

The Pour: A Wine Critic’s Realm Isn’t a Democracy

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Should wine critics allow their personal preferences to color their critical views?

The Pour 3 days ago

T Magazine: Food Matters | Brooklyn’s Most Beloved Ice Cream Shop Creates a Special Flavor for T

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On the occasion of the release of its first cookbook, Ample Hills Creamery shares the recipe for its limited-edition “T Time” flavor.

The Pour 3 days ago

Ivan Orkin’s Ramen Restaurant to Open on the Lower East Side

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After long construction delays, Ivan Ramen will offer a deeper menu than its sibling at Gotham West Market.

The Pour 3 days ago
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