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Wine is a civilizing beverage

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I was just reminded that "wine is a civilizing beverage" as I tasted through some wines of Turkey. The post Wine is a civilizing beverage appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 5 days ago

Twelve Tips for Better Content Creation

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  I recently came across this statistic in an infographic on content marketing: “64% of B2B content marketers say their biggest challenge is producing enough content.” (B2B means business-to-business.) I would suspect that “producing enough content” also is the biggest challenge for B2C (business-to-consumer) content marketers. Cranking out co...

Waters Warm, and Cod Catch Ebbs in Maine

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The Gulf of Maine’s waters are warming — faster than almost any ocean waters on earth, scientists say — and fish are voting with their fins for cooler places to live.

The Pour 5 days ago

Opinion: Can Seafood Be Kosher and Sustainable?

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Observant Jews who want to eat eco-friendly fish face a dilemma.

The Pour 7 days ago

2012 House of Independent Producers Merlot 750ml

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2012 was another excellent and more normal vintage in Washington State, a welcome change after the cooler and wetter 2010 and 2011 vintages. The "fading" La Nina current brought warmer and more even spring and summer temperatures and an extended warm, dry autumn with perfect 80 to 85 Fahrenheit afternoon highs and 40 to 50 […]

Wine Blog Pro 7 days ago

Neighborhood Joint: Where Starbucks Meets Matcha: Ippodo Tea in Murray Hill

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Ippodo Tea, a Japanese company based in Kyoto, serves green teas in Murray Hill, including matcha, which is gaining a wider following in the United States.

The Pour 8 days ago

Canadian fisticuffs! Sipped & spit

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Oh, Canada! Check out this 5-minute radio segment from CBC wherein to Canadian wine personalities start sparring verbally–and then literally–in the studio. And there's no hockey involved. Good stuff. Very Monty Python-esque. You will be LOLing. In other wine news: AU REVOIR and BONJOUR: Jacques Puffeney, a viticultural leader in the Jur...

Dr Vino's wine blog 8 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: Christmas in Cabo do Roca

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Photographer: Ana Arpa Capture Date:  December 10, 2006 Location: Cabo do Roca, Portugal About: This photo was taken over the holidays near Cabo da Roca (Cape Roca), the westernmost point of mainland Portugal and continental Europe. It also happens to serve up some of the most delicious grilled fish in Portugal! Not a bad way to feast over Christma...

Catavino 8 days ago

A Good Appetite: A Porchetta Pork Roast Recipe

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The Italian version uses a baby pig, but this Brooklyn recipe keeps crowds coming back. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 8 days ago

Louisiana Culinary Trails: Seafood Sensation

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Dan Jones, Jay Ducote, Jordan Lewis, Fred Mince, and Tommy Talley interview Mike Krajicek inside of Botsky's in Downtown Lake CharlesTommy Talley sips on a Bayou Rum cocktail at the distillery in LacassineYou can find boudin, cracklin, and crawfish across the state of Louisiana, but some of the best stuff originates from Southwest Louisiana. The Lo...

Bite and Booze 8 days ago

Tasting Wines of Turkey for the Very First Time

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There's a first for everything, I know. Never, in my wildest dreams, did I even think of Turkey as a county producing wines, which just shows how naive I am, even after 20+ years in the wine business, learning everything one step at a time. I guess after 20 years, I deserve to know more […] The post Tasting Wines of Turkey for the Very First ...

Wine Blog 8 days ago

City Kitchen: Persimmons, Pomegranates and Radicchio for a Colorful Winter Salad

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Persimmons and pomegranates lend flavor and color to this dish.

The Pour 8 days ago

Making It To The Top

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Reviews of the Recanati Galilee Shiraz 2010 and several whiskies from The Glenlivet. For the first time since 2008 an Israeli wine has been included in the Wine Spectator magazine’s annual list of this year’s “Top 100 Wines”. It is quite an honor since the magazine’s editors sample over 18,000 wines from around the world before selecting their fa...

Grapelines 8 days ago

Christmas Claret… and so forth

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Philip Moulin is the Bordeaux buyer for Wine Club. In timely fashion, he elucidates on the finer points of that festive staple, Claret Over the years, I’ve had many people tell me (sometimes even those whom I trust) that red Bordeaux, or ‘Claret’ as we call it in Britain, is not necessarily the best thing […] The post Christmas Claret… and so...

Berrys' Wine Blog 8 days ago

On a rainy day, a trip down Memory Lane

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  We’ve been shut in our homes for the last 24 hours due to this torrential rainstorm, so I’m feeling a bit stir crazy, which is making me nostalgic—not a bad way to feel when the weather is grey and depressing, and memories are brighter than reality. I began keeping a Tasting Diary on February […]

Quinticentually Quintessa

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[…] The post Quinticentually Quintessa appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 8 days ago

Amador Wine Tour

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Enjoy an Amador wine tour. Escape to the Sierra foothills and tour the Amador wineries. Taste great wines and relax in the scenic beauty and fresh mountain air.

Cheers2Wine Blog 8 days ago

A Quiet Drink: The Mac Bar, Home to the Broadway Theater Crowd

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The Mac Bar, on the top floor of the popular Broadway bistro Angus’, has a relaxed feel that is increasingly rare in Midtown Manhattan.

The Pour 9 days ago

Wines of The Times: Wine Review: White Bordeaux

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Good white Bordeaux does not conform to many general expectations of what makes a wine interesting.

The Pour 9 days ago

Eat: Time to Make the Doughnuts

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To get truly great sinkers, you’re going to have to make them yourself.

The Pour 9 days ago

Hungry City: Hungry City: Sky Cafe in Elmhurst, Queens

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Lily Tjia, the chef and owner of Sky Cafe in Elmhurst, Queens, specializes in northern Indonesian fare.

The Pour 9 days ago

The Most Interesting Wines Of 2014

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The Most Interesting Wines of the Year – some of the more thought-provoking discussion here on these virtual pages have come courtesy of this annual list, compiled with a not insignificant amount of effort on my part in looking back on the crap-ton of wines that I had the pleasure (mostly, anyway) to have tasted […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Ta...

1 Wine Dude 9 days ago

What makes a classic Christmas wine?

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Demetri Walters MW from our Private Wine Events team explores some suitable alternatives to the traditional festive wines, many of them classics in their own right To me a classic wine is one widely acknowledged to be of the highest quality over an extended period of time, but acknowledged by whom? If you were to […] The post What makes a cla...

Berrys' Wine Blog 9 days ago

1000 corks – two things about that

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1000 Corks Does anyone need or want 1,000 corks. I've just emptied a wine barrel with over 3,000 corks and don't want to just throw them away. If you pay for shipping for 1,000 of them, I'll send them to you. 1,000 corks, the Website   1000 Corks, the offer Please email me: jo@diaz-communications.com 1000 […] The post 1000 corks – ...

Wine Blog 9 days ago

Who’s growing fast, and who’s not, according to the latest survey

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  Silicon Valley Bank’s annual industry survey has been summarized by Lewis Perdue’s Wine Industry Insight, and while I don’t have a link (it came late yesterday via email), I’d like to make it the focus of today’s post. The most interesting part is SVB’s “predicted sales and case growth by region.” I did manage […]

Sonadora RT @DirtDontLie: Welcome to the #vintage2014 retrospective #winechat. This is the official host with @WilFernandez at the helm tonight.

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9 days ago

Sonadora I think I'll start with my pour of the 2011 Bien Nacido Pinot Noir and follow with my 2012 Byron Pinot to follow vintage order #vintage2014

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9 days ago

Sonadora If you're interested in the vines behind the wines, tune in to #vintage2014 now!

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9 days ago

Sonadora Almost time! #vintage2014

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9 days ago

Sonadora I have the 2011 Byron Pinot Noir and 2012 Bien Nacido Pinot Noir ready and raring to go! #vintage2014

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9 days ago

foodwinechickie So, so excited to see @joycefarms poulet rouge on the Seagrape menu thompsonmiami @ Seagrape… http://t.co/78AowqfvAO

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9 days ago

foodwinechickie Quite the seafood platter @ Seagrape Restaurant At Thompson Miami Beach http://t.co/l7VQlq6Hje

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9 days ago

Gil Marks, Historian of Jewish Food and Culture, Dies at 62

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Mr. Marks wrote five books that chronicled kosher menus through the centuries and examined the role of food in the establishment and growth of cultural traditions.

The Pour 9 days ago

CraigCamp New post: "Pre-Storm December Dawn Napa Valley" http://t.co/PLxYcysM6A

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9 days ago

Sonadora Ready for #Vintage2014 in just over an hour!

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9 days ago

foodwinechickie I'm at @ThompsonMiami Beach in Miami, FL https://t.co/gdcoPfpPBM

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9 days ago

Pre-Storm December Dawn Napa Valley

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Stormy December dawn in the vineyards just east of Yountville in the Napa Valley

Wine Camp Blog 9 days ago

Some reflexions on [natural] acidity

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Acidic griottes (sour) cherries in the Loire I realized recently that slowly along the years I began to really appreciate what certain people consider acidic wines. When I say acidic, I don't mean the wines that have been corrected with...

EricAsimov @easygoer132 We can disagree. But please don't dictate to me what I can tweet about.

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9 days ago

DeanAndDeLuca Today's #GiftOfTheDay: Olive Oil. Enjoy 40% Off the world's finest olive oils from around the world. Great for... http://t.co/ScaeFHmC51

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10 days ago

Time Inc. Sells Sunset Magazine’s Test Kitchens and Gardens

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Time Inc. announced that it had sold Sunset magazine’s serene seven-acre campus in Menlo Park, Calif.

The Pour 10 days ago

CraigCamp @Yountville vineyard stormy December dawn #NapaValley @ Cornerstone Cellars http://t.co/C9fsYAXhom

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10 days ago

CraigCamp Pre-storm dawn #NapaValley #Yountville @ Cornerstone Cellars http://t.co/ITs5o7WUAh

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10 days ago

EricAsimov @easygoer132 feel free to unfollow.

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10 days ago

EricAsimov @corinnetrang pricier, yes, but great Cornas. Needs aging, though. He's a wonderful vigneron.

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10 days ago

CraigCamp MT @dvinewinetime: amazing #Pinot from @CornerstoneOR -finishing it w/ leftover roasted chicken. Love this juice! http://t.co/M5u03vD9oB

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10 days ago

vinologue A most enjoyable, full bodied white from #Priorat made in the cellars of @sangenisivaque https://t.co/eEE6FRTQzd

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10 days ago

CraigCamp Best #Beers for Celebrating the #Holidays http://t.co/G2M7ktRFxv

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10 days ago
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