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François Chidaine (Loire)

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François Chidaine in one of his cellars Montlouis-Husseau, east of Tours (Loire) François Chidaine is the vigneron in Montlouis who did a lot along several decades to get the Montlouis appellation out of oblivion. He now farms 40 hectares split...

Hard Ciders from France… Wait, let me put on my Fleur de Lys hat!

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Bring on the hard ciders from France The post Hard Ciders from France… Wait, let me put on my Fleur de Lys hat! appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 7 days ago

Protected: Concannon

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There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. The post Protected: Concannon appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 7 days ago

Protected: Bob Ecker – Petite Sirah

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There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. The post Protected: Bob Ecker – Petite Sirah appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 7 days ago

Aprons on Parade: From the Rabbit Hole to the Kitchen

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From runway to kitchen, an apron can project personality and style, just as Alice’s did in Wonderland way back when.

The Pour 7 days ago

Recipes for Health: Cherries Add a Sweet Touch to Tabbouleh

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As a stand-in for tomatoes, the stone fruit adds a juicy surprise in every bite.

The Pour 7 days ago

Manhattan’s Dining Center of Gravity Shifts Downtown

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Top chefs are taking full advantage of Lower Manhattan’s recent renaissance.

The Pour 7 days ago

Restaurant Reviews: Noreetuh and the Eddy in the East Village

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Around the corner from each other, Noreetuh showcases the cuisine of Hawaii, and the Eddy offers a lasting smile.

The Pour 7 days ago

Off the Menu: The Ribbon, a Blue Ribbon Restaurant, Opens on the Upper West Side

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Other new restaurants around town feature Cuban, Spanish and Latin American fare, as well as craft beer.

The Pour 7 days ago

Labels for Edible Marijuana Often Err on Potency, Study Says

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An analysis of 75 edible marijuana products found that labels on just 17 percent accurately described levels of THC, the main psychoactive ingredient.

The Pour 7 days ago

Shipping: The Wine Industry Roadblock

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DTC wine is reaching its tipping point, as discussed in a recent blog post from WineDirect’s CEO, Joe Waechter. Wine shipments have increased drastically as it becomes easier and easier to order wine anytime, anywhere. As more wine lovers shop online, shipping continues to be a major roadblock for most DTC wineries. It's a complicated pro...

Vin 65 7 days ago

All Good Things… (The Final Answers Wine Article Round-up)

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"This is the end… beautiful friend… the end…" As we wrap up the June 2015 Wine.Answers.com articles, it's with bittersweet emotion that I tell you that we're also wrapping up my stint at Answers.com, a gig that kicked off over two years ago and that resulted in nearly two hundred (!) articles. Answers is winding […] Grab Th...

1 Wine Dude 7 days ago

Wines of Alsace – beauty in diversity

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When I think of the wines of Alsace, my mind immediately wanders to the sparkling Cremant d'Alsace, an amazingly affordable priced bubbly.  Then, I meander to the aromatic whites of Gewurztraminer and Riesling, before setting on the classic Pinot Gris.  With so much diversity in style, even within a single varietal, it's easy to forget that there&#...

Luscious Lushes 7 days ago

Where to Go Now: A Food Tour of Seinfeld’s New York

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With “Seinfeld” making its streaming television debut this month, fans may want to revisit what remains of the show’s New York food scene.

The Pour 7 days ago

Gay-friendly: Progress in the wine industry, but a long way to go

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  Years ago—it has to be at least ten—I wrote an article for Wine Enthusiast about the emerging gay market for wine, and how important it was proving to be. I was seeing more wine advertisements aimed at gay people, and a handful of wineries was reaching out to them, albeit quietly. At the time, […]

Walter Scheib, Innovative Former White House Chef, Is Dead at 61

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Mr. Scheib, who ran the mansion’s kitchen during the administrations of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, had been missing for about a week after going on a hike.

The Pour 8 days ago

A Good Appetite: Grilled Chicken Breast in Three Simple Steps

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During barbecue season, a chicken breast requires consistent thickness, marinating and rapid hot grilling. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 8 days ago

Front Burner: Leopold Brothers Offers a Homegrown Version of Campari

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The small-batch distiller is producing a spirit called Aperitivo; Patagonia is offering a salmon designed for camping; a gentler sriracha; and more.

The Pour 8 days ago

Close at Hand: Emily Braun’s Birds Guide Guests to Their Perches

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The art historian and longtime curator for Leonard A. Lauder treasures her heirloom place-card holders.

The Pour 8 days ago

Dare to Pair: Here is a list of items that pair reasonably well with Jay D's Blanc Du Bois

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– Sydney "Brown Nose" BlanchardJay D's Blanc Du Bois shot by Nicole Colvin at the Olive or Twist wine launch on May 20, 2015. Jay D's Blanc Du Bois won't be on shelves for much longer. We only corked 1,000 bottles, and most of those have been snatched up already. But if you can get your hands on one, or if you're one of the lucky few with a bottle ...

Bite and Booze 8 days ago

Marketing

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Review of Domaine du Castel’s Rosé du Castel 2013 and Knob Creek Small Batch 9 Year Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey. One significant limiting factor in the development of the Israeli wine indusry is the lack of coordination and marketing cooperation amongst producers. Israel ought to develop a wine consortium that could marshal resources on behalf of...

Grapelines 8 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For June 22, 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 8 days ago

When Mohammed won’t come down from the mountain

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  So I called up this winery the other day. It’s not too far away from Oakland. I’m putting together another tasting and asked if I could buy a bottle of their Cabernet Sauvignon and have it shipped to me. The guy—the owner-proprietor, I think—said no. He said it’s not worth his while to “drive […]

How can I promote a wine I’ve never tasted?

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This is a Public Service Announcement: I just got another one of those E-Mails. Dear Friends, It would be greatly appreciated if you could help us spread the word about our new Pinot Noir Rose?s. It's our third Pinot Noir release, but it's the first time we've made it as a Rose?, and we're pretty excited […] The post How can I promote a wine ...

Wine Blog 8 days ago

A Fatherless Father’s Day

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At least a month leading up to Father's Day, we start receiving pitches from PR folks; like those for Father's day cocktail ideas, Father's Day craft beers, Father's Day wine gifts. One thing I learned when I studied PR, was that it is a … Continue reading →

another wine blog 9 days ago

City Kitchen: Greek Pie on the Skinny Side

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Homemade phyllo dough, to hold the feta and greens, should be so thin you can read a newspaper through it.

The Pour 11 days ago

Friday Fishwrap

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  No new post today. We're gearing up for the Warriors parade this morning in Oakland and are so excited we can't even think! But I want to give a big "thank you!" to the lovely people who came to my talk last night at the Napa Valley Wine Technical Group. Have a great weekend.

Friday Feature Photo: The Witches Brew of Spain

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Photographer: Dani Vázquez Capture Date: July 5, 2013 Location: Galicia, Spain About: The Queimada is a traditional ritual, practiced by the people of Galicia, located in the upper northwest corner of Spain, propped comfortably over Portugal, to cast out demons and bad spirits through an incantation and a witches brew made of Orujo. The origins [&#...

Catavino 11 days ago

Wine Pros are the best resource for humor

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Wine pros, if you also see yourself, enjoy what you're seeing… It's all great fun. This was first published in Wine Business Monthly. Under the name of Road Warrior Survival Guide. It's one of my rants, and it was born from being on the road a bit too much (I think) at the time. While […] The post Wine Pros are the best resource for hum...

Wine Blog 11 days ago

The Pour: Summer Wine: 20 for $20

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It’s not a question of red or white or even pink. It’s about the proper weight and price.

The Pour 12 days ago

Mr. Curry Speaks Its Own Language

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Three nights a week, Mr. Curry creates a spectrum of flavors found only in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

The Pour 12 days ago

What are the traits of westside GSMs from Paso Robles?

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  This was our objective at yesterday’s tasting. The answer: high alcohol tremendous fruity extract thick tannins soft acidity Think about each of those. Each element is at the utmost of the limits of a table wine to remain balanced. In this high-wire act, if you make the slightest error, you’re screwed. The high alcohol […]

2012 Kennedy Shah Merlot

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The Woodhouse Wine Estates is a boutique winery located in Woodinville, Washington. Owners Bijal and Sinead Shah founded Woodhouse Wine Estates in 2004 along with Bijal's uncle Tom Campbell. Winemaker Jean Claude Beck comes from several generations of French winemakers and has worked at various wineries in California and Washington. Woodhouse produ...

Wine Peeps 12 days ago

The Time Jay Shipped Me Off to Oklahoma for a Week: Part II

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by Blair "B-Rex" LoupMuch like Baton Rouge, Stillwater, Oklahoma, is a college town. Oklahoma City aside, Stillwater is considered to be a bustling oasis amid the rolling plains. Home to the world-famous Eskimo Joe's, Stillwater has recently opened the doors on its first craft brewery and is 23 years deep in a red-dirt tradition: the Calf Fry.Eskim...

Bite and Booze 12 days ago

Comin’ Up Rose At Fix.com

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Writing about rosé wines in the Spring / early Summer is fraught with pitfalls, most involving haters going ballistic on the authors, along the lines of "WTF?!?? Drink rosé all year long, you talentless freak!" It's not that those people are wrong; I share their opinion that rosé ought to be a drinking option no […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Ta...

1 Wine Dude 12 days ago

Summer libations: Karlsson’s Classic Serve

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In the final instalment of our series on how to make the most of your cocktail shaker over the summer season, Amanda Baxter keeps things simple with a classic presentation of the purest of spirits, vodka. The arrival of Jersey Royals in supermarkets signals summer’s arrival. Whether fresh and herby potato salads or boiled potatoes […] The pos...

Berrys' Wine Blog 12 days ago

TX Locations Wine: A worthy wine as big as the state it represents

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TX Locations Wine: A worthy wine as big as the state it represents Dave Phinney’s idea is simple, complicated and a great deal of fun, all rolled into one. As you can see below harvested from the Locations Wine website: The Simple: Make the best possible wine from a given country or location. The Complex:

VintageTexas 13 days ago

50 Shades of brown (to yellow)

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Contrasting colors Walking along the vineyards of mainstream, commercial estates I had the idea to make this visual story when driving through the Bordeaux region a couple months ago : I didn't take pictures there alas outside of my visits,...

Uncorked! in Suisun Valley this Saturday

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This one is r-e-a-l-l-y close to the Bay Area, is one of those "far from the madding crowd" type of events. Come and Taste the Wines of Suisun Valley This Saturday June 20th, 2015 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Il Fiorello Olive Oil Company Purchase tickets now online LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE Join the Suisun […] The post Uncorked! in Suisun ...

Wine Blog 13 days ago

Introducing "Free Booze Friday": Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Pappy, Stephen, and Lorraine pose with host Jay Ducote on the set ofFree Booze Fridayby Sydney "Brown Nose" BlanchardAt the Bite and Booze headquarters, we receive a lot of free alcohol (including whiskey) in the mail. Brewers, distillers, and winemakers (well, their PR people, mostly) constantly send us a barrage of booze. So much, in fact, that w...

Bite and Booze 13 days ago

Eat: The King of Tapas

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Learning to make tortilla española from the owners of Despaña, Manhattan’s Spanish-food emporium.

The Pour 13 days ago

“The 100-point system is irrelevant”? Umm, sorry, no it’s not

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  Haha, people have been saying the 100-point system is irrelevant for at least 100 years. Well, maybe the last 10 years. And now comes this blog from the Napa Valley Wine Academy that makes it official. Well, who or what is the Napa Valley Wine Academy? They call themselves (on their website) “America’s premier […]

During Ramadan, Dates Are a Unifying Staple

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Out of respect for tradition, Muslim communities of the world break their fasts with the fruit, which is always available.

The Pour 14 days ago

F.D.A. Gives Food Industry 3 Years to Eliminate Trans Fats

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Health experts said the elimination of artery-clogging, artificial trans fats from the food supply would save thousands of lives a year.

The Pour 14 days ago

Spain’s Female Winemakers are the Stars of Today’s Spanish Wines

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Apart from his famous phrase “in vino veritas” / “In wine there is truth”, Roman philosopher Pliny the Elder (23 to 79 BC) wrote in his “Natural History” that a woman’s menstruation spoiled wine, turned crops unproductive and fields barren. This phrase gave way to a misconception that was upheld […]

Catavino 14 days ago

Recipes for Health: A Chicken Tagine That Gives Rhubarb the Last Say

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This dish replaces preserved lemon with poached rhubarb for a twist on a Moroccan classic.

The Pour 14 days ago

Off the Menu: Gabriel Kreuther Opening His Own Place; Dante Gets a Spruce-Up

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Sofrito moves to a new home, while lunch crowds gather for sandwiches at David Chang’s Fuku.

The Pour 14 days ago

Happy Birthday W5 - 10 Years!

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Ten years ago, I never thought I would be writing this ... It was 10 years ago, June 14 when I first started my wine blog, Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman. What a ride! I had no idea that anyone was reading it. It was merely a collection of my own tasting notes and amusements. I just rather hung on and let the experiences fly rather serendipitous. So, ...

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Blanca in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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An extensive tasting menu features dishes that demonstrate the chef Carlo Mirarchi’s serious approach to luxuriously crafted food.

The Pour 14 days ago

But Not For Me (Vote In The 2015 Wine Blog Awards)

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It's that time of year again, when the Wine Blog Awards come around and wine bloggers such as moi ask you to vote in them. In the 2015 incarnation, I'm a finalist in the Best Overall Wine Blog category, along with the following excellent websites: Reverse Wine Snob Terroirist Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews The Academic […] Grab The 1WineDude.com...

1 Wine Dude 14 days ago
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