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Weingut Karl-Heinz Johner in Baden: Cellar Tour and Tasting with Karl-Heinz and Patrick Johner “ Germany-South Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014)

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Picture: Weingut Karl-Heinz Johner: At the Sorting TableThe visit of Weingut Karl-Heinz Johner was a very special and most entertaining one. First, it was our last stop at a winery in Baden, before driving over to Alsace in France and onto the Pfalz region, in Germany again. Second, on that day, not only our group arrived at the winery, but also gr...

Schiller Wine 4 days ago

$217 a Gallon for Grape Juice

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Harvesting the Cornerstone Cellars To Kalon blocks at Oakville Station A recent article on The Drinks Business quotes Tor Kenward saying he was paying $26,000 a ton for Beckstoffer To Kalon Cabernet Sauvignon fruit. That's $217 per gallon for grape juice or about $43 a bottle for just the grapes. Certainly this is an extreme exampl...

Wine Camp Blog 4 days ago

The food safety license was issued at 5:59 p.m.

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… Which allowed the doors to open for another Dark & Delicious at 6:00 p.m., only one minute later. Why? Because we had just successfully passed the food safety licensing requirements of Alameda County. It wasn't ever official, until that very minute. Yeah, Dark & Delicious 2015 is going down in history as the steepest […] The p...

Wine Blog 5 days ago

Calaveras County Bed and Breakfast

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Learn about Dunbar House 1880, a Calaveras County bed and breakfast located in Murphys. Find out why Dunbar House is the top rated wine country accomodation in Calaveras County.

Cheers2Wine Blog 5 days ago

Large Mirror at Balthazar Crashes Down on Diners

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A 10-by-8-foot mirror fell off the wall Friday, hitting customers in the breakfast crowd at the SoHo restaurant, though no major injuries were reported.

The Pour 7 days ago

City Kitchen: A Spur-of-the-Moment Risotto

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You probably have the ingredients for this winter warmer in your pantry now.

The Pour 7 days ago

Bourbon’s Master Distillers Find Their Fan Base

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Jimmy Russell, the last of the remaining original master distillers of bourbon, has found cult status among whiskey aficionados.

The Pour 7 days ago

A Good Appetite: A Green Chorizo Recipe From the Chef Alex Stupak

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Chiles, herbs and vinegar add punch to this specialty from the Toluca region of Mexico.

The Pour 7 days ago

Aging Cabernet Sauvignon

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  When I was a wine critic, I used to say that nobody really knows how these opulent Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons will age, because the world had never seen wines quite like them (in ripeness, in fruity phenolic richness, in tannic quality, in alcohol level, in softness), and so there was no evidence upon […]

Wealth Matters: Reading Restaurant Wine Lists, for Blockbusters and Values

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Here are some ways good sommeliers find the right wine for a customer out of hundreds or thousands of bottles.

The Pour 7 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: The Human Pyramids of Spain

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Photographer: Ryan Opaz Capture Date: September 16, 2006 Location: Terrassa, Spain About: One of the most astounding cultural events one can see in Spain, is the castell of Catalunya. A castell is a human tower traditionally constructed in festivals; which translates to "often, as festivals are as ubiquitous in Spain as jamon. During these festival...

Catavino 7 days ago

One night, one cause

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On the 24th March we are holding a dinner and auction to raise funds for Berry Bros. & Rudd’s supported charity, Sands – the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. Matthew Tipping – Fine Wine Sales Manager – explains the important work being done by Sands, and how you can help. The death of unborn and […] The post One night, one cause app...

Berrys' Wine Blog 7 days ago

It might help to spell Syrah correctly

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I got a terse and fascinating Email, which was sent after we had put out an announcement about a Petite Sirah event we annually organize,  direct, and produce. Nothing more was said than, "It might help to spell Syrah correctly" Jose forwarded it to me and chuckled. I read it and said, "What? Forward that […] The post It might help to spell S...

Wine Blog 7 days ago

Lunch at Montalbano Restaurant in Stabio, Ticino, Switzerland

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Pictures: Annette Schiller, ombiasy PR and WineTours, Francesco Tettamanti, Director of Ticinowine, Carla Maset from Italy (who took nice pictures some of which I am using in this posting) and Matthias Schmidt, our Guide As part of the 2014 Digitul Wine Communications Conference in Montreux, Switzerland, I explored the wines of Ticino during a po...

Schiller Wine 7 days ago

Morro Bay State Park

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Located in San Luis Obispo County, Morro Bay State Park is a unique park located on the shore of Morro Bay, which is both a state and national estuary. There's so many ways to ways to have fun at this state park.

Cheers2Wine Blog 8 days ago

Hungry City: Izakaya in the East Village

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At Izakaya in the East Village, the mission may be comfort food, but there is a reverence to its making, even in the minor dishes.

The Pour 8 days ago

Grubbin' and Crawlin' for a Cause

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I was pretty excited when Jay told me about the first annual 3rd Street Grub Crawl happening in March. As a life-long Baton Rouge resident, I've spent years wishing my city would step it up and aspire to be more like Austin, Atlanta, Houston, or even D.C. Now I feel like my wishes are coming true.This event sounds like a righteous time, totally cau...

Bite and Booze 8 days ago

Wine To Aeration To Water To Storage (February 2015 Answers.com Roundup)

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A bit on the early side, but what the hell, we're all drinking so it's all good, right? Right?!? C'mon, don't tell me I'm the only one of you tasting at 8AM ET (hell, some of you West Coasties might still be up drinking from last night as you read this…)! Anyway… Herewith you will […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and star...

1 Wine Dude 8 days ago

What to drink in 2015: Spain

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In the final instalment of our series on which bottles to uncork in 2015, Javier Perurena examines the previous decade of vintages from his native Spain. The 2004 vintage was one of the greatest and, after 10 years, the wines are beginning to show their full potential, especially the Reservas and Gran Reservas from Rioja and […] The post What...

Berrys' Wine Blog 8 days ago

Can a writer make a cent on a Website?

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Question from a freelance writer: "I want to make some changes to make my Website, making it a little friendlier and to perhaps induce more people to subscribe, offering a few more members-only services. Memberships are very low and I'm not making a cent on the site. I may eventually have to go to advertising…….What […] The post C...

Wine Blog 8 days ago

Albertina Wine Cellars Mendocino Cabernet Sauvignon Mixed Pack, 4 x 750 mL

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All wines in this 4 pack are estate bottled. Sustainably farmed mountain vineyard in Hopland, CA. Pesticides never used. 2009 Cabernet- Silver Medal, 2010 Cabernet- Gold Medal, 2009 Cabernet- Silver Medal, 2011 Cabernet Grand Reserve- Silver MedalPrice:$104.00 Read more

Wine Blog Pro 8 days ago

Thursday throwaway: Restaurant tipping, and Alexander Valley Cab

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  When the restaurant reviewer for the San Francisco Chronicle—arguably the most important reviewer in California, and one of the most important in the whole country—comes out and says it’s time to end the practice of tipping, people should listen. That’s exactly what Michael Bauer did yesterday. “Increasingly, it’s becoming apparent that it’s...

Vintage 2012 Bouchard Père et Fils Tasting at Ripples in Washington DC, USA “ With Tasting Notes by Annette Schiller

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Picture: Ben Gilberti, Calvert and Woodley , Panos Kakaviatos, Wine Chronicles, and Annette Schiller, ombiasyPR and WineTours, at the Vintage 2012 Bouchard Père et Fils Wines Tastingat Ripple in Washington DCWhen our friend and wine journalist Panos Kakaviatos is in town, there is always a flurry of tastings taking place in Washington DC. I have a...

Schiller Wine 8 days ago

Drink: How to Build a Solid Drinking Library

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Browsing the pages of cocktail literature for tonight?s recipe.

The Pour 9 days ago

Eat: A Family Affair

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The homemade meal in Naples that made me rethink the city’s cuisine.

The Pour 9 days ago

Best Central Valley Hotels

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Learn about the best Central Valley hotels. Visit California's Central Valley and stay at a fabulous place.

Cheers2Wine Blog 9 days ago

Vision Quest Safari Bed & Breakfast

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Looking for a unique adventure? Vision Quest lets you spend the night with wild animals in African tent style bungalows. This Safari Bed & Breakfast is located in Salinas, California.

Cheers2Wine Blog 9 days ago

ArtsBeat: MSNBC Hires Tom Colicchio As First ‘Food Correspondent’

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“Food programming has grown up,” said the former “Top Chef” judge.

The Pour 9 days ago

Calorie Count: Reader Mailbag: Questions and Comments About Orders at Chipotle

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Readers weigh in on our article showing what people actually order at the popular restaurant chain.

The Pour 9 days ago

Garagiste Festival: Southern Exposure Announces 2015 Winemaker Line-up, Plus New Events

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Paso Robles, CA – February 17, 2015 – Garagiste Events today announced that tickets are now on sale for the third annual Santa Ynez Valley-based “Garagiste Festival: Southern Exposure,” which will feature over 60 of the area’s hard-to-find, micro-production commercial … Continue reading →

another wine blog 9 days ago

Willett 2 Year Rye: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Willett 2 Year RyeUnlike last week's review of Maker's Mark, which all things considered proved to be a massive disappointment, Willett's two year rye whiskey impressed our panel. This rare whiskey is interesting because it came from Willett's own copper still rather than being sourced from somewhere else as Willett's previous bourbons and ryes hav...

Bite and Booze 9 days ago

Raising your glass to the Year of the Goat

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Ahead of Chinese New Year, Amanda Longworth from our Hong Kong office looks at the bottles which are most appropriate (and quite frankly justified) for celebrating the forthcoming holiday. As we enter the Year of the Goat, it seems opportune to explore and understand a little more about the zodiac calendar, and its possible connections […] Th...

Berrys' Wine Blog 9 days ago

How to start a wine organization

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I once received an Email from someone wanting to create a wine organization: "How did you organize PS I Love You, as there are some wineries in this state that I just moved to [not California] that would like to start an association for a particular hybrid that grows here?" Answer: Start with passion, build […] The post How to start a wine or...

Wine Blog 9 days ago

Napa’s traffic crisis: Alternate touring days?

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  You know that old saying about how you can’t put the toothpaste back into the tube? That was my feeling when I read this article, from Monday’s Napa Register, on a debate taking place in Napa Valley. And, no, it’s not about wine. The topic is nothing new: Growth versus preservation. In its latest […]

Winzerhof Thörle in Saulheim, Rheinhessen “ Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014)

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Picture: Winzerhof Töhrle in Saulheim, RheinhessenFor many years, Rheinhessen was a wine region that was not in the front row when it came to premium wines in Germany. And Germany was not in the front row when it came to red premium wines in the world. Both has changed dramatically in recent years.As to Rheinhessen, the undisputed leaders of that ...

Schiller Wine 9 days ago

Best Places to Ski in Spain

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Spain might be known for its festivals and its food more than for its skiing, but it would be remiss to assume that Spain is a country best visited in the summer. Although it sports almost 5,000 kilometers of coastline, the mountains, too, offer their own unique beauty and a […]

Catavino 9 days ago

EricAsimov @kcoleuncorked Historically, it offered instant credibility. Now? It really makes no sense.

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10 days ago

EricAsimov If you're in Paris and want to hear some beautiful music Thursday, come to the Louvre. Hope to see you there. http://t.co/XyxvQQaqIl

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10 days ago

EricAsimov @garymonterosso Sure, not in NYC right now but sometime soon.

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10 days ago

foodwinechickie @SilverAirways Do I have to actually have a printed boarding pass or can I get on with the PDF boarding pass you emailed?

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10 days ago

Front Burner: A Taste of Japan at Grand Central

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A market inspired by a Japanese depachika, a lavish department store food hall, is opening in Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal; a Polish sandwich; a pie shop; and more.

The Pour 10 days ago

Off the Menu: Chris Cheung Helps Ring In the Chinese New Year

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East Wind Snack Shop, a new-wave Chinese restaurant, opens in Brooklyn.

The Pour 10 days ago

Reclaiming Puerto Rico’s Food Paradise

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A movement of loosely affiliated cooks, farmers and activists are trying to reclaim the gastronomic paradise at their fingertips.

The Pour 10 days ago

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Shuko in the East Village

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The chefs Jimmy Lau and Nick Kim prepare elevated and memorable Japanese food at the new restaurant Shuko.

The Pour 10 days ago

foodwinechickie {Restaurant News} It’s Back - @chefpino Chef's Counter Tasting Menu at @Anthony_Davids - http://t.co/nh6LHmjrS5 #Hoboken

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10 days ago

Tom Bullock’s ‘The Ideal Bartender’ Offers Words of Advice

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The reprinted 1917 drinks guide by Tom Bullock, the first African-American bartender to publish a cocktail manual, touches on issues of race.

The Pour 10 days ago

Warm Up This Winter With A Nice Wine

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Some Winter Wine suggestions. With winter’s grip still upon us, it is comforting to know that there are wines ideal for chilly weather. Fuller in body with more complexity and structure, winter wines are better to serve with the cold-weather meals.

Grapelines 10 days ago

At Heart of U.S.-South African Trade Dispute, a Serious Game of Chicken

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South Africa has long been placing tariffs on American chickens, frustrating farmers, trade officials and members of Congress from the Chicken Caucus.

The Pour 10 days ago

CraigCamp Cornerstone #Oregon #Chardonnay #recipe: Roast Lemon Chicken http://t.co/uAUIIHbEw6

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10 days ago
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