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Wine in the News: Medvedev Believes Wine Can Cure Alcoholism in Russia

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Decanter has an interesting article posted today, referencing Russia's President Dimitry Medvedev's take on the problem of alcoholism in Russia.  He believes that if Russians would switch from their hard liquor of choice, Vodka, to vino that the nationwide problem of alcoholism could be alleviated....Read Full Post

About.com Wine 1088 days ago

September 1: Celebrate International Tempranillo Day!

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Say good-bye to the dog days of August with wine from a noble grape. Join us on Thursday, September 1, as we celebrate the first International Tempranillo Day! Conceived by TAPAS, Tempranillo Advocates, Producers, and Amigos Society, International Tempranillo Day … Continue reading →

another wine blog 1087 days ago

My Favourite Wine – Adrian Lancer

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When I was asked to write about my favourite wine, I thought about all the many once in a lifetime wines I have had the pleasure of trying throughout almost a decade in the wine trade. However, I am a great believer in the fact that a wine is only as good as the context

Berrys' Wine Blog 1088 days ago

In Vino, Veritas: In Wine, There is Considerably Truth

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Wine has been known as a gentle social lubricant that can facilitate any conversation. It has the healing power to make the lips loose and the spirit open. Mind you, I'm not condoning the over consumption of wine, but I am suggesting that wine in and of itself has been used throughout millenniums as a […] Continue Reading → Related po...

Catavino 1088 days ago

France underground: a wine map stylized to the Metro map

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Have you ever thought about the iconic Tube maps from London or the Paris subway maps, in all their stylized glory, and how they would look applied to wine regions? Well, wonder no more. San Francisco architect and professor David Gissen worked up just such a map; now it is available for purchase as a

Dr Vino's wine blog 1088 days ago

Rhodes On Rogov’s Tribute Evening

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At sunset August 29th, at the Dan Panorama Hotel in Tel Aviv, a virtual who’s who in Israeli wine attended a tribute to veteran food & wine critic Daniel Rogov. It was especially moving to see how many turned out since we’re in the middle of harvest season in Israel and many of the winemakers

2009 Bergström Pinot Noir Old Stones

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While my vacation may be over I am still in a drinking local state of mine. This was another I picked up at Whole Foods in Bend where I asked for a recommendation. After being asked if I preferred bigger fruit or something more elegant; when I said later I was the told this was

Jason's Wine Blog 1088 days ago

2009 Uvaggio Vermentino

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Uvaggio is a winery that focuses on "interesting Italian grape varieties offered at extremely interesting prices". Now that is one way to get my attention in a hurry. Not only is Vermentino their flagship wine, it is more than half of their annual making them the largest producer of the varietal in California. Their take

Jason's Wine Blog 1088 days ago

Kens Wine Guide’s 2011 Pinot Noir Recommendations

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This year I have tried many Pinot Noirs. One consistent theme you will find is the best Pinots are not inexpensive. I am sure that fact does not surprise many Pinot lovers. However, there is a little good news from this list. At least the high prices of these recommendations are not as crazy as the best

Ken's Wine Guide 1088 days ago

Rusty Nail Winery One Year Anniversary September 24 - 25

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On September 24-25 2011, the Rusty Nail Winery will celebrate their one year anniversary in Sulphur, Oklahoma. The Rusty Nail Winery is located in Oklahoma's scenic Arbuckle Country near Turner Falls... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit NuyakaCreek.com/blog/ for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Oklahoma Wine News 1088 days ago

Zinfandel: The good, the bad and the whatever

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I don’t think I’ve devoted an entire blog posting to Zinfandel, but I did a Zin flight yesterday that put me in touch with my inner Zinman, which is to say, it resurrected years of thoughts about this frustrating, inconsistent, loveable, problematic, unique and sometimes great variety of wine. I can’t recall the first Zinfandel

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 1088 days ago

Texas Winemaker Don Pullum on TXwine Twitter Tuesday Discusses “Pairing Acidity of Wine and Food”

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Texas Winemaker Don Pullum on TXwine Twitter Tuesday Discusses "Pairing Acidity of Wine and Food" VintageTexas invites you to join online for TXwine Twitter Tuesday on Tuesday, September 6th at 7 pm (Central Time).   During the Twitter tasting, invited Tweeter Don Pullum, Texas grape grower and consultant winemaker, will talk about "Pairing Acidity...

VintageTexas 1087 days ago

David Fulton Winery: An example of science and art colliding in the glass with class & honoring volunteers

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[Left to right: Stephanie Trotter-Zacharia, Jose Diaz, Laurin Beckhusen, and Katie Rall] Non-profit organizations are built upon volunteers. PS I Love You has a few great folks who help whenever there's a need. Our most prominent is Laurin Beckhusen. Laurin came to us offering his services as a seasoned volunteer from Zap, Family Winemakers, the...

Wine Blog 1088 days ago

Wine Word of the Week: Brut

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This week’s Wine Word of the Week is brut. Official definition from Jancis Robinson’s The Oxford Companion to Wine: Brut is a French word meaning ‘crude’ or ‘raw’, adapted by the champagne industry for wines made without (much) added sweetening or dosage. It has come to be used widely for any sparkling wine to indicate Wine Word of the Week: Brut w...

Wine Peeps 1088 days ago

POSTPONED: NYCR New York Artisan Dinner With Paumanok Vineyards

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By Lenn Thompson, Executive Editor Because so many people are without power and are cleaning up after the weekend's storm, we have decided to postpone our dinner at Luce & Hawkins scheduled for tomorrow Wednesday, August 31 at 7 p.m....

New York Cork Report 1088 days ago

More Post-Hurricane Irene Updates from Wine Country

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By Lenn Thompson, Executive Editor Many in and around Long Island wine country are still without power (including me and my family) but reports are trickling in on the damage Hurricane Irene did as she passed over the area. Roman...

New York Cork Report 1088 days ago

A Mini-Tornado at Paumanok Vineyards?

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By Lenn Thompson, Executive Editor As you probably saw earlier this morning, most of the post-Irene reports coming out of wine country are positive. I have yet to hear if any of the rain that fell on the vineyards had...

New York Cork Report 1088 days ago

Macarons and Ice Cream, Direct from Paris to the Upper East Side

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Ladurée, the Paris pastry shop, is opening a branch in Manhattan.

The Pour 1088 days ago

At Winston's Champagne Bar, 100 Ways to Fill Flutes

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There will be over 100 choices from 20 houses in a luxurious space on Park Avenue South.

The Pour 1088 days ago

Reviewing 456 Shanghai

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More photos of 456 Shanghai on Mott Street, which Sam Sifton reviews this week.

The Pour 1088 days ago

The First – And Last – 160 Days: What Does Gary Vaynerchuk’s Exit Mean For The Wine World?

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Those of you who have just been rescued from being stranded for decades in South American jungles and are now coming to grips with you strange new world that involves cellular telephones, 3D television and the Global Interwebs, might not have heard that influential wine personality and bestselling author Gary Vaynerchuk last week announced that Cop...

1 Wine Dude 1088 days ago

foodbev:Nicolas Feuillatte limited edition Champagne

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foodbev:Nicolas Feuillatte limited edition Champagne

Drinks Are On Me 1088 days ago

kitchenkonfidence:Last meal before I die | LuxirareExcept for...

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kitchenkonfidence:Last meal before I die | LuxirareExcept for that red sauce, fried food & a biscuit paired with sparkling wine makes for a phenomenal pairing.

Drinks Are On Me 1088 days ago

Every. Single. Day.

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Every. Single. Day.

Drinks Are On Me 1088 days ago

gormaya:Cocktail Recipe: Peach Thyme Bellini-Gormaya | App...

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gormaya:Cocktail Recipe: Peach Thyme Bellini-Gormaya | App Store | Twitter | FacebookI’m not a big fan of thyme, but I’d be willing to reconsider for this.

Drinks Are On Me 1088 days ago

Mainzer Marktfruehstueck “ Mainz Farmers Market Breakfast, Germany

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Pictures: Christian G.E. Schiller with Friends at the Marktfruehstueck German Great Wine Capital Network Member Mainz Mainz in Germany is one of 8 wine capitals of the world, along with: Bordeaux (France), Bilbao-Rioja (Spain), Cape Town (South Africa), Florence (Italy), Mendoza (Argentina), Porto (Portugal) and San Francisco-Napa Valley (USA). T...

Schiller Wine 1088 days ago

Great Wine Capitals Global Network Best of Wine Tourism Tour

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Cape Town Wine 1088 days ago

Once Upon A Time: Leonetti Cellar

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It's exciting to, not only taste the wines of some of the new "Rising Star" wineries in Washington State and especially in Walla Walla, but it's just important to continue to enjoy the "Shining Stars," as well. Leonetti Cellar is one of those shining stars of Washington State and especially of Walla Walla. It is known as the winery that "started i...

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