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Cork … It’s what’s for dinner

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Did you know even that it's an oak tree that has this bark? From the mighty oak, comes the cork, besides the nuts. The post Cork … It's what's for dinner appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 2 hours, 27 min ago

Everybody wants that younger demographic

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  Like King Arthur seeking the Holy Grail, wine marketers turn a covetuous eye toward Millennials, or Gen Y, as the answer to their (sales) prayers. Nothing surprising about that—marketing people always are looking to attract buyers–but what’s downright bizarre is that many of them are changing their previous marketing message, in some c...

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 5 hours, 18 min ago

Eat: A Chinese Caesar Salad With Umami

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Mission Chinese Food’s interpretation on a classic owes more to Japan than Caesar.

The Pour 20 hours, 50 min ago

Sam Houston American Whiskey: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Sam Houston American WhiskeyTonight is again the night for Women & Whiskey at Lock & Key. The gathering starts at 6:30 with lessons about different types of whiskey kicking off around 7. Anybody interested in learning more about whiskey should feel free to attend, especially ladies who want to learn a thing or two to impress their significa...

Bite and Booze 21 hours, 58 min ago

Extreme Wine Event! Croft Downhill Longboard Race in Gaia

 Mark As Read    

How fast are you willing to go for a glass of Port wine? 40km an hour for 20 year Tawny? 50km an hour for a 2011 Vintage? What about 100km an hour down the incredibly steep and windy streets of Vila Nova de Gaia on a longboard?!! Sure you've got […]

Catavino 1 day ago

PRIMER FOR BLOGGERS: Winery flow chart for story lines

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So many people are blogging about wine today: from pros, to connoisseurs, to hobbyists… Pros, it's another platform. Connoisseurs, because it's fun to share their thoughts, and maybe… just maybe… it will turn into later creds… like Robert Parker did for himself. Hobbyists are writing about their experience, simply because th...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

A reader comment prompts me to again address the California bashers

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  It is fairly common, in the anecdote-sphere (a universe parallel to the blogosphere), for knowledgeable people to say that superpremium California wine is nearly impossible to sell back East, or even east of the Rockies. According to this take, nobody in America likes California wine anymore, except, possibly, Californians—and even they (or ...

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: French Food Goes Down

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Slapping a “homemade” label onto menus isn’t going to reverse a sad trend.

The Pour 1 day ago

Restaurant Review: Racines NY in TriBeCa

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Dinner and drinks at this TriBeCa “neo-bistro” come as close as anything in Manhattan to the flavors of Paris today.

The Pour 1 day ago

Letter From Paris: The French Ask, What Is ‘House-Made’?

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A law intended to help restaurant diners know what was made in house is off to a rocky start.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: Pizza to Go, and on the Go

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Michele Iuliano has devised a wood-burning pizza cart that is stationed in different locations around the city.

The Pour 1 day ago

Off the Menu: Champagne Charlie’s Opens at the High Line Hotel

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This new cafe on an expansive, leafy terrace is a fitting spot for an evening of sipping Champagne or wine.

The Pour 1 day ago

Fluffy. Tasty. Tricky.

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Embarking on a simple culinary quest: learn how to cook a good pot of basic rice.

The Pour 1 day ago

The Whiskey Bar Is Taking a Step Up

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Americans’ thirst for whiskey, and for whiskey knowledge, has skyrocketed. Sales of bourbon, Tennessee whiskey and Irish whiskey, particularly high-end brands, have risen sharply over the last decade.

The Pour 1 day ago

In Praise of the Trusty Rice Cooker

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For someone raised in southern Louisiana, rice cookers are preferred because they work every time. No timers, no worries, no excuses. Measure once, push a button and get on with the other tasks at hand.

The Pour 1 day ago

Now You Taste It, Now You Don’t

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When a restaurant discontinues an item on the menu, some complain and some order new items. But most feel sad and longing.

The Pour 1 day ago

O Paparico: Top Portuguese Restaurant in Porto

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There is no sign, there is no grand entry, there is simply a wooden door with a knocker. "How do we get in?" I ask Sara, who was dutifully watching over Mica in his portable carseat. "The door isn't open? Really?! Is this the right place?" she inquires, a little concerned […]

Catavino 1 day ago

Lodi Wine Tour Highlights

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Highlights of a Lodi Wine Tour allow you to plan your visit to the Lodi Wine Country. Enjoy tasting wine at Lodi wineries.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

I weigh in on Jamie Goode’s post on “natural wine”

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  As reluctant as I am to enter the minefield of any discussion about “natural wine,” I’m going to do so, because I have views on the topic, and because Jamie Goode just won a Wine Bloggers Award and if he can opine on the subject, so can I! Jamie supported natural wine rather obliquely […]

1WineDude.com TV Episode 61: “How The Pros Taste” From #WBC14

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Some of you asked for it, so here it is: our panel on how the pros taste wine from the 2014 Wine Bloggers Conference in Santa Barbara, CA. Or most of our panel, anyway; as much of it as could be recorded before my video camera lost its juice. More thoughts on the wines that […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start getting more out ...

1 Wine Dude 2 days ago

Starting a legal winery? Here are things to consider

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Starting a legal winery has to be a daunting task, most especially for the people who've never been connected to the wine industry. I know that I segued from radio into wine, and it took me at least three years before I was really on any real sure footing. I was contacted by Danielle Rodabaugh, […] The post Starting a legal winery? Here are t...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

Bottling wine in milk bottles

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Jérôme & Louise on the Canal Saint-Martin Looking for smoother pours in Paris summers Forget the cork, the crown cap and other sophisticated closures not really suited for swift home use : let's reintroduce the milk bottle, a good way...

Brand Strategy and Management Insights

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We've been doing a lot of brand strategy development and work for clients lately, so in our own efforts to keep on top of - and ahead of the curve - we do a lot of reading. Recently, we ran across a writer who has published several books on brand strategy and management and writes for several online blogs on the same topic. We've enjoyed her posts ...

At Texsom, Go For The Gold: Texas Monthly/Texas Fine Wine Reception

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At Texsom, Go For The Gold: Texas Monthly/Texas Fine Wine Reception Celebrating one of the largest and most prominent wine education conferences for wine, spirits and beverage professionals, Texas Fine Wine is a proud sponsor of TEXSOM in its 10th year.  Texas Fine Wine will co-host with Texas Monthly a Hospitality Suite on Sunday, August

VintageTexas 2 days ago

2006 Clos Pegase Late Harvest Chardonnay Carneros – Napa Valley 500 mL

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The harvest was approximately two weeks later than "average" and the consistency of weather during flowering and harvest gave chardonnay of great purity and depth. In mid-October, when the majority of our Chardonnay had been harvested, we had a one-in twenty-year weather pattern of multiple patches of misty rain interspersed with cool dry weather. ...

Wine Blog Pro 2 days ago

Bat Shlomo Vineyards – Wine fit for a king

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Bat Shlomo Vineyards – Wine fit for a king When Baron Edmond de Rothschild first bought the land now known of as Bat Shlomo, he brought wine experts from France to school the Jewish pioneers in the art of grape-growing and winemaking, planting the original vineyards. More than a century later, winemaking has returned to […]

Fresh on the Shelves: The Bite and Booze Featured 5 at Calandro's

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Bite and Booze Featured 5 at Calandro'sI'm excited to announce a brand new promotion at Calandro's Supermarket, title sponsor of the Bite and Booze Radio Show! The Bite and Booze Featured 5 is a new monthly promotion supporting local products in your favorite neighborhood grocery store! You get 5% off of your entire basket (with no limit high or lo...

Bite and Booze 2 days ago

A Good Appetite: The Ultimate Veggie Burger

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It’s difficult to make a veggie burger with great flavor and a firm, succulent texture. This is how you do it.

The Pour 2 days ago

Recipes for Health: Whole Wheat Focaccia with Tomatoes and Fontina

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Focaccia, a little crisp on the bottom but soft on the top and inside, can take on many toppings besides tomatoes.

The Pour 2 days ago

Uncooked Tomato and Mint Sauce with Poached Eggs

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This dish turns summer tomatoes into a salsa cruda that can also work well with most any kind of fish.

The Pour 2 days ago

Taplin Cellars

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A look at Napa's Taplin Cellars Terra 9 Cabernet Sauvignon. Taplin Cellars is a Napa winery with bicoastal roots. A great-great grandfather of the present-day owners moved his dairy farming family from Vermont to San Francisco in the mid-1800s. They eventually found their way to the Napa Valley where they purchased land to grow fruit and walnuts. ...

Grapelines 2 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 21, 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 3 days ago

A family winery bites the dust

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  It’s always sad when an old, little family winery shuts its doors, as Milat Vineyards & Winery is set to do by the end of this month. I never formally reviewed any of their wines, because they never sent me tasting samples. They didn’t have a high profile in Napa Valley, and perhaps didn’t […]

How to Buy Wine Online

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Discover how easy it is to shop at home and have wine delivered straight to your doorstep. These tips on how to buy wine online will make your wine purchases both convenient and simple.

Cheers2Wine Blog 3 days ago

WBC 2014 and the Wine Blog Awards – Part 1

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Before we begin… Later in this post I mention that some of my fellow bloggers might be too genteel to express themselves the way that I tend to do. If I had to pick one person that I know to apply … Continue reading →

another wine blog 3 days ago

When the Dust turns to Silk – 2011 Rutherford Cabernets

 Mark As Read    

It was a beautiful summer's day, when we all gathered to taste the 2011 Rutherford Cabernets, at Francis Ford Coppola's Inglenook Winery. I need to immediately segue into the late 1990s. I was sitting on a panel for the American Wine Society in Cleveland, Ohio, I believe it was. I was invited to talk about […] The post When the Dust turns to ...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Westin Sacramento

 Mark As Read    

Westin Sacramento is a luxury hotel located on the banks of the Sacramento River. You'll love the riverviews, spa, Scott's Seafood Restaurant, bocce court, bike path, and marina.

Cheers2Wine Blog 3 days ago

Wine Country Accomodations Santa Barbara

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Looking for wine country accomodations Santa Barbara? Learn about unique wine country accomodations in Santa Barbara that offer luxury camping at El Capitan Canyon.

Cheers2Wine Blog 3 days ago

City Kitchen: A ‘Cold Supper’ That Goes Beyond Leftovers

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When company is coming, avoid the stove with cold raw sea scallops, a pork loin roast, a salad of green beans and fennel, and frozen raspberry spuma.

The Pour 5 days ago

5 Value White Wines for Summer

 Mark As Read    

What goes best with…? That’s the baseline wine-pairing question, and every wine expert worth his or her Riedel decanter has an answer for it. But realistically—and especially during the summer—there are plenty of times whe...

Tasting Room 5 days ago

T Magazine: A Ride Across America | In Wyoming, a World-Class Burger and an Honest Butcher

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Ben Towill, the co-owner of the Fat Radish, is biking across the U.S. talking to people about food. In his latest dispatch, he enjoys a fine burger and visits the butcher it came from.

The Pour 5 days ago

Friday Fishwrap: old wine writers never die, we just eat pizza!

 Mark As Read    

  Hello. My name is Steve and I’m a “grand-fatherly white male traditional print writer.” That’s what Amy Corron Power called me in her blog today. She was referring to my recent panel on wine writing at the Wine Bloggers Conference; my co-panelists were Mike Dunne and James Conaway, who are pictured, with me, in […]

Friday Feature Photo: Sunset Surfing in Porto

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Photographer: Armando Tavares Capture Date: July 7, 2014 Location: Porto, Portugal About: If you're looking for sparsely populated beaches with gorgeous sunsets, think Porto! There are a wide variety of places to surf, such as river mouths, beaches and point breaks, but they can be subjected to a prevailing northwesterly wind which can spoil otherw...

Catavino 6 days ago

Rosés of Summer: Casey Flat Ranch, past and present

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[…]The post Rosés of Summer: Casey Flat Ranch, past and present appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 6 days ago

Top 10 Things I Learned at WBC 2014

 Mark As Read    

The 2014 Wine Bloggers' Conference co-mingled about 150 citizen bloggers and 200-plus wine and related industry personnel with wine makers and producers from all over the world last week at the Santa Ynez Valley Marriott in Buellton, California. This was the … Continue reading →

another wine blog 6 days ago

Gorgona Journal: Prisoners in Gorgona Learn the Art of Winemaking

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In an Italian penal colony, inmates work to produce wine in a new approach to incarceration that aims to provide skills for life after release.

The Pour 6 days ago

Pairings: What to Eat With Italian Soave

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The fruitiness of the wine calls for food that’s got a salty component: like melon with ricotta salata.

The Pour 6 days ago

Wines of The Times: Tasting Italian Soaves

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This Italian white wine has evolved into two styles: one crisp and fruity, the other rich and complex.

The Pour 6 days ago

Chardonnay (Vintner’s Reserve)

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Wine term of the day... Powered By Wine Dictionary Plugin

Wine Blog Pro 6 days ago

Hungry City: The Gander in the Flatiron District

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At the Gander in the Flatiron district, it is no insult to say that snacks are the most exciting part of a meal.

The Pour 6 days ago
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