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Santiago de Compostela: Food and Wine Mecca!

 Mark As Read    

The city of Santiago de Compostela is really more of a town than a city. It’s small, yet bustling with university students, locals, tourists, and—of course—road-weary pilgrims soaking up the glory of a long road traveled. The Camino de Santiago is the city’s biggest claim to fame—a Medieval pilgrimage taken […]

Catavino 52 minutes ago

Schiller's Favorite Wines of Madagascar

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Pictures: Christian G.E. Schiler with Malagasy WinesIt is not well known in the rest of the world that Madagascar produces wine. Typically, it tends to be of good table wine quality, not more. The main grape varieties are traditionally Petit Bouchet, Villardin, Chambourcin and Varousset for vins rouge (reds) and the Couderc Blanc for vins blanc...

Schiller Wine 9 hours, 48 min ago

Celebrate Champagne Day Oct. 24th!

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Friday, October 24th marks the Fifth Annual Champagne Day, a celebration of the sparkling wine from the only place from which "Champagne" is produced: Champagne, France. Sponsored by the Champagne Bureau, Champagne Day seeks to remind consumers that while they … Continue reading →

another wine blog 16 hours, 7 min ago

Eat: Cooking Like Mario Batali, With Fluke, Scallops and Squash

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Sometimes you have to bring the aesthetics of restaurant food into the home.

The Pour 20 hours, 1 min ago

Hummingbird Walks into a Whiskey Bar: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Hummingbird Walks into a Whiskey BarOn a recent trip to the Lock & Key Whiskey Bar I pondered over the new cocktails which they had come up with since my previous visit. Arthur, one of the partners in the bar, suggested the Hummingbird Walks into a Whiskey Bar ($13). Curious just from the name, I queried him about the origins of the cocktail. A...

Bite and Booze 20 hours, 48 min ago

I’m the new “go with” wine guy

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  I went on a “go with” yesterday. That is (as I just learned) the jargon for a salesperson who calls on an account and brings “someone else” (like me) with him. In this case, I’m the “famous former wine critic” whom most of the accounts have heard of, and whose ratings might even appear […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 21 hours, 8 min ago

16th Annual Judean Hills Wine Festival, Thursday October 23rd, 2014

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The Judean Hills hosts its 16th Annual Wine Festival, Thursday Night at Mini-Israel starting at 730PM to go as late as 11PM. Not only is it the longest continuous running annual wine event in Israel, it recognizes the Judean Hills as the most established wine appellation as it not only stresses wines made in the […]

HaKerem: The Israeli Wine Blog 21 hours, 34 min ago

Scandal continues to amuse in its wine Chateaux Du Bolet ways

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Chateaux Du Bolet… I have a wine friend who's equally fascinated with the television show called Scandal. Her website is called  Grapefriend, and Jose just found her for me, in a very amusing way, as I was contemplating another blog about this show. We were watching and enjoying Scandal. As the new Season 4 opens, […] The post Scandal c...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Seals of approval

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Roman Kauls is a sales assistant at our Warehouse Shop, and an ardent fan of finely-constructed German Rieslings. For our latest blog entry he considers a trio of solutions for a perennial enquiry, namely how best to keep wine in the bottle. One question that comes up time and again at our Warehouse Shop is […] The post Seals of approval appe...

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

In Ear Monitors For Singers

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In-ear monitors (IEMs) h?v? ?nl? b??n ?r?und f?r a r?l?tiv?l? short time. Introduced in th? l?t? '80s, th?? ?nl? r??ll? b???m? affordable ?b?ut 15 years ago, ?nd it'? fair t? ??? th?t th??'v? revolutionised th? touring industry. M?n? live acts h?v? adopted th?m now, ?nd f?r ??m? tours th?? ?r? ???n ?? indispensable, m?inl? due […]...

New Zagat Guide Has a Few Surprises

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Benjamin Steak House and Sea Fire Grill received high scores in the 2015 Zagat Guide to New York City restaurants, released on Wednesday.

The Pour 1 day ago

Sydney Journal: In Hard-Drinking Sydney, Rowdy Beer Barns Make Way for Sleek Bars

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Changes in drinking laws have cleared the way for a gentrification of establishments in a city known for its beer-swilling pubs.

The Pour 1 day ago

Dinner at Makansutra Gluttons Bay Hawker Center in Singapore

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Pictures: Dinner at Makansutra Gluttons Bay Hawker Center in SingaporeSingapore's hawker food is the stuff of legend, and celebrities like Anthony Bourdain have raved about the dazzling array of cheap delicious dishes available. There is a large number of hawker centers in Singapore. Wherever you go, you will have to share a table, queue for food ...

Schiller Wine 1 day ago

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: (Only) Two Rules for a Good Diet

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A powerful personal food policy doesn’t have to rely on corporate benevolence or the government getting things right — thank goodness.

The Pour 1 day ago

Off the Menu: Vic’s Is the Latest From Vicki Freeman and Marc Meyer

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The husband-and-wife team has redone Five Points, turning it into a new restaurant with a name that pays homage to their Vix Cafe.

The Pour 1 day ago

Massimo Bottura Adds His Touch to Risotto

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When Massimo Bottura is in the kitchen, the Italian dishes aren’t quite what Grandma used to make.

The Pour 1 day ago

Restaurant Review: Blenheim in the West Village

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A tremendous amount of thought and effort has gone into the food, drinks and design at the chef Ryan Tate’s farm-to-table restaurant, Blenheim.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: Grace’s Marketplace Moves, Pumpkin-Shaped Pasta and More Food News

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A new home for Grace’s Marketplace; white chocolate skulls; pumpkin-shaped pasta shells; the Bread Project; and a home cider kit.

The Pour 1 day ago

On the anomalies of aging wine

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  Alan Balik has written a good analysis of tasting young wines in today’s Napa Register. Here’s my approach, which also is the one I took when I was reviewing California wines at Wine Enthusiast. I start with the declaration that the best way to determine if a wine is going to age well is […]

Barbecue Bites: Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue Chili

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Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue ChiliIf I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times, Jay D's is a super versatile barbecue sauce. It is, in every sense of the word, gourmet. 18 different ingredients come together to make the stuff chili dreams are made of.Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue ChiliMakes 6-8 servings2 lb. lean ground beef1 1/2 tsp. chili powde...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

Think Wine Criticism Is B.S.? Then You Need To Reject All Forms Of Criticism

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Every once in a while, when I tell people what I do for a living, I get a sort of snickering question along the lines of “does it bother you that part of what you do is total bullsh*t?” These folks are usually referring to the studies, quoted by lazy media outlets ad nauseum, that […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start getting mo...

1 Wine Dude 1 day ago

Cement Suitcase ~ A Wine Sojourn

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Cement Suitcase is a comedy – tragedy about a character named Franklin. He works at a winery in Yakima Valley, and has to deal with life's blows. It's an award-winning, independent film about a tasting room manager and his humorous attempts to get control of his life. If you love independent films, and you love […] The post Cement Suitc...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

Recipe: Portuguese Carob Cake

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In recent years, both the Algarve region and Lisbon have seen an increase in awareness of the benefits of alfarroba. Portuguese chefs have also been playing around more with alfarroba in savory recipes, such as the trendy pão de alfarroba /bolo de caco de alfarroba- alfarroba bread, including the variation of bolo […]

Catavino 2 days ago

Alfarroba: Southern Portugal’s Guilt-Free Dessert

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I'm a chocolate lover. I'm also a fig lover. Then I took a trip to the Algarve and discovered that chocolate and fig had a love child, and its name is Alfarroba. Vacationing in the Algarve, the southernmost region of Portugal, has its benefits; and it's not just for the […]

Catavino 2 days ago

Rediscovering its sparkle

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Edwin Dublin, Assistant Manager at our London Shop and a champion of Champagne, on why the oft-overlooked Vintage Champagne category is deserving of our renewed interest – and enjoyment. When one thinks of Champagne, ‘luxury’ and ‘glamour’ tend to spring to mind more readily than ‘value’. Yet one of the trade secrets surrounding Champagne is [̷...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

Multitrack recording

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History Th? fir?t record t? feature multitracking w?? released b? Capitol Records in 1947. On it, th? legendary guitarist L?? Paul w?? heard playing ?ight diff?r?nt guitar parts; a feat h? achieved b? recording ?n? ??rt t? a wax disk, th?n recording ?n?th?r disk whil? playing ?l?ng with th? first. Thi? process continued until th? […]

30 Years of Anger From Waiting on Tables Boils Over in a Comedy Show

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Brad Zimmerman traded his restaurant misery for “My Son the Waiter, a Jewish Tragedy,” writing about the frustrations and absurdities of dealing with diners in New York City.

The Pour 2 days ago

The Book

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If you have ever written a book, then you will understand. This is one of the reasons why I took time off from the blog so I could put my energy into "The Book." It consumes you. Even when you have reached a "writer's block," it still consumes you, as you sit and stare onto the computer screen, and keep telling yourself you are working. You pass up...

The 267 Crus Bourgeois du Médoc of the 2012 Vintage Announced, France

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Pictures: Christian G.E. Schiller with Didier Cuvalier, Owner of Chateau Le Crock (and of Chateau Leoville Poyferre) in Medoc. The 2012 Chateau Le Crock qualified for the Cru Bourgeois Label. In the (Annulled) 2003 Classification, it was a Cru Bourgeois SuperieurMore Médoc chateaux have been awarded the Cru Bourgeois label for the 2012 vintage ...

Schiller Wine 2 days ago

Amador County Golf Courses

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Discover Amador County golf courses. Enjoy scenic golfing in the oak studded hills of Amador County.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

Fabulous Lamb Stew Recipe & Chocolate Butterfingers

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Cheers2Wine is pleased to bring you a fabulous lamb stew recipe. Follow with chocolate butterfingers for dessert. A great meal!

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

Winners at the 2014 Austin County Wine Show

 Mark As Read    

Winners at the 2014 Austin County Wine Show I once spoke with Texas high plains winegrower Neal Newsom about the differences in growing grapes for wine and growing other crops like hay and cotton. He looked back at me and said, “When we go to show, it’s a heck of a lot more fun when

VintageTexas 2 days ago

Restaurants in D.C. Are Moving Into Residential Neighborhoods

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The capital is rapidly gaining in cozy neighborhood dining spots with distinctive food.

The Pour 2 days ago

Recipe Lab: A Foolproof Tarte Tatin Recipe From Gotham Bar and Grill

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The French tart — not apple pie — is single best thing you can make with fall’s most plentiful and alluring fruit.

The Pour 2 days ago

The soft bigotry of tasting inexpensive wine

 Mark As Read    

  If wine tasters could be categorized into political categories, I guess you’d call me a liberal. By that, I mean that all wines have the right to be taken seriously, in terms of their own aspirations and self-identity. No wine should be automatically dismissed because it’s inexpensive. As in the case of Justice, the […]

A Little Bit Of The Bubbly

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A look at the complexity of US whiskey regulations along with reviews of Deccolio Prosecco and Old Grand-Dad 100 Proof Bonded Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. The holidays are a great reason to pour some special wines with friends and family. And while we seldom need an excuse to enjoy some sparkling wine, and have frequently complained such win...

Grapelines 2 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For October 20, 2014

 Mark As Read    

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 2 days ago

Treating Pain of Mouth Ulcers

 Mark As Read    

Instructions Eat foods th?t ?r? bland ?nd soft. Spicy, hot ?nd acidic foods ?nd foods with textured ?r scratchy surfaces ??n ??u?? ?r increase pain. M??t mouthwashes ?nd m?n? strong oral hygiene products will ?l?? irritate mouth ulcers, ?? it'? b??t t? leave th?m in th? cabinet until th? ulcer heals. Clean th? affected area […]

Are Genetically Modified grape vines ever going to be good for wine?

 Mark As Read    

Let's consider if Genetically Modified grape vines are ever going to be good for us… In order to do that, we have to look at studies that are being done independently, many of which are happening outside of the United States, as regards other crops. It's also important to note that a study handed off […] The post Are Genetically Modifie...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Advertising: Whole Foods Asks Shoppers to Consider a Value Proposition

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The market chain is trying to reignite sales growth and fend off increased competition by promoting the social values it follows in stocking its shelves.

The Pour 3 days ago

High Tea at the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore

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Picture: Annette Schiller, ombiasy PR and WineTours, and Christian G.E. Schiller Taking High Tea at the Fullerton in SingaporeAfternoon Tea is a British food tradition - an afternoon treat of tea, sandwiches, scones and cake, served around 4.00pm. Afternoon Tea originated amongst the wealthy classes in England in the mid-1800s. Historically, Aftern...

Schiller Wine 3 days ago

Stoudemire dunks himself in a red wine bath

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Amar'e Stoudemire, the Knicks' oft-injured forward who makes $18 million this season, is into wine. Like really INTO wine: he posted a picture of himself on Instagram taking a red wine bath as part of his recovery. The 31-year-old says he has been doing the "mostly wine" baths for about six months. He extolled the […] The post Stoudemire dunk...

Dr Vino's wine blog 4 days ago

OKTOBERFEST…with Wine?

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I know what you’re thinking, Oktoberfest means beer. You suddenly feel the urge to throw on your favorite lederhosen & knock back a bucket-sized mug of sudsy Hefeweizen while shouting "Noch ein Bier, bitte!" Before you inevitably end up with those questionable Facebook photos Monday morning (Wow those suspenders looked a lot better after a...

Ken's Wine Guide 4 days ago

A Good Appetite: Lamb Chops With Green Tomatoes: A Recipe From Melissa Clark

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Unripened tomatoes don’t need to be fried to be enjoyed. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 5 days ago

City Kitchen: A Savory Potato Tart Recipe With a Relaxed Attitude on Starch

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What’s wrong with meals that combine potatoes with pasta or pastry?

The Pour 5 days ago

Why Drink Beaujolais Nouveau When you Could Drink These?

 Mark As Read    

It’s mid-October, which means that soon it will be November, and that means that in a month or so we’re going to start seeing ads, again, just like every year, for Beaujolais Nouveau. And you know what? Don’t bother. Skip it. Bea...

Tasting Room 5 days ago

Wines of The Times: Wine Review: Barolo

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Made entirely of the nebbiolo grape, this wine demands years in the cellar. But these days, who has the time?

The Pour 5 days ago

Lodge Cast Iron Nation: Marty Nation Short Ribs and a Giveaway!

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Prepping veggies for the Marty Nation Short RibsIf you know me, you know I'm a huge fan of cooking but I'm not a fan of the clean up that comes afterwards. This is one of the main reasons I love cooking with cast iron. A quick scrub and a rinse and you're on your way to making something delicious! Lodge Cast Iron has a new cookbook out by the name ...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

Reader mail: what are half bottles good for?

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Question: What are half bottles good for? Answer: In the south of France, half bottles are called "bed-wetter bottles" and are frequently chosen by people who don't want to get up too many times at night. People who choose half bottles also must sit at the kiddie table if there is one. Okay, I made […] The post Reader mail: what are half bott...

Dr Vino's wine blog 5 days ago

What is a wine with “personality”?

 Mark As Read    

  While we’re on the subject of storytelling (we are, in case you haven’t been reading steveheimoff.com lately), let’s consider the role of personality in a story. “A personality” is what people call a person who isn’t bland or forgettable, but instead someone who impresses himself on others through the sheer force of—well, personality. Keep [...

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