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Dry Rose Is Making A Splash This Summer

 Mark As Read    

With summer in full swing, I thought it would be a good time to provide a comprehensive list of recommended dry Rose. Dry Rose is one of, if not the fastest growing category in wine. Theresa is quickly starting to appreciate this category and she is becoming a big fan as well. Below is a

Ken's Wine Guide 10 days ago

Clang, Clang, Clang Went The Trolley! (Results From The 2016 San Francisco International Wine Competition)

 Mark As Read    

Ah, San Francisco… sourdough, trolley cars, wine competitions… If you're so inclined, you can now browse the medal-winning results from the 2016 San Fransisco International Wine Competition in which I was fortunate enough to have taken part once again (for more details, see the 2014 and 2015 results write-ups). Judging in that event has...

1 Wine Dude 10 days ago

How I became a Knight of the Port Wine Brotherhood

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Recently, I was enthroned into the Confraria do Vinho do Porto (Port Wine Brotherhood) as a Cavaleiro (Knight) in "recognition for my dedication and service to Port Wine." Understandably, I was incredibly honored, but my invitation also came with several questions as to what exactly occurred. For this reason, I wanted to share a […]...

Catavino 10 days ago

Vietti wine sold to US businessman

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Vietti, the Barolo winery founded in 1893 and known for its single-vineyard wines, has been sold to the American Kyle J. Krause. According to Wine Spectator, the sale includes the winery in Barolo's Castiglione Falleto, the brand and 84 acres of vineyards. Luca Currado, enologist and current head of the winery, will be staying on […] The post...

Dr Vino's wine blog 10 days ago

Dot…dot…dot

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It's hard to tell my looking out the window these days, but it's high summer. As Generally speaking, high summer means warm weather, sunny days, and relaxing weekend BBQsAs with cold, refreshing pink wine. Ellipsis Wine Company was founded in 2008 by Jonathan Neisingh, who, after growing up in the heart of Sonoma wine country (in Healdsburg) moved ...

Luscious Lushes 12 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 11, 2016

 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 12 days ago

2012 Uproot Wines Sauvignon Blanc Napa Valley Somerston Vineyards 750 mL Wine

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2012 was the perfect Napa Valley vintage. Spring bud break, warm days, cool nights, and rain at all the right times. Harvest took place overnight on August 30th to preserve the desired acidity level. The two lots were pressed separately and placed into tank to cold settle. Fermentation began in stainless steel tanks and was […]

Wine Blog Pro 13 days ago

Imagine a world without Lafite…

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Demetri Walters MW looks back to the days when Bordeaux’s Left Bank, home to some of the world’s finest wines, was no more than a murky swamp and ponders the road not taken: if the Dutch hadn’t drained the Médoc, revealing its now celebrated soils, what would we be selling and drinking today? It is […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 14 days ago

Four Seasons, Lunch Spot for Manhattan?s Prime Movers, Moves On

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The restaurant, which redefined American dining and gave birth to the power lunch, is leaving the space it has occupied since 1959.

The Pour 14 days ago

A Good Appetite: Paratha That?s Easy, Versatile and Burnished With Butter

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These Indian flatbreads are a cinch to make and at their most ethereal when eaten fresh and warm.

The Pour 14 days ago

City Kitchen: How to Spot (and Use) the Best Summer Squash

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The tiny ones are bitter; the giant ones are past their prime. Here?s how to find the ones you want.

The Pour 15 days ago

30a is Feeling the Louisiana Spirit

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Donner-Peltier Distillery in Thibideaux can now be found in cocktails up and down the Florida Panhandle! Boasting a line of three different Rouxgarou Rums, Oryza Gin and Vodka and LA1 Whiskey, DPD now has boots on the ground on 30a.VP of Sales, Johnny Culpepper formed a strong collaboration with Havana Beach Bar & Grill's Corey Jernigan to crea...

Bite and Booze 15 days ago

Does a grower?s personality enter into the wine?

 Mark As Read    

  In our ongoing attempt to understand terroir, or cru–the sum total of influences upon the character and quality of a wine?we now come across the statement by Eric Lebel. He is (or was, when Champagne, Uncorked was published, earlier this year), the Chef de Cave, or cellarmaster, at Krug Champagne. The book?s author, Alan […]

Wine of the Week ~ Spartico Organic Wine

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Einstein's brain, upon examination, revealed that he had an extra-ordinary network of connections. For each memory, his patterns were like looking at the grid of a busy railroad yard. To really begin to gain info about wines, reading their unique stories, where they're from, who made them and why, tasting them… These are the interconnections ...

Wine Blog 15 days ago

The Pour: Etna Fumes and Spews, but the Winemaking Goes On

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The existential threat is ever-present, yet the promise proves too tough to resist.

The Pour 16 days ago

Eat: The Perfect Imperfections of Blueberry Pie

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Solving the mysteries of a dessert that?s worth getting just right.

The Pour 16 days ago

Hungry City: Burmese Food in New York: Hard to Find but Easy to Love

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The search ends at two shoe box restaurants, Burmese Bites in Queens and Burma Noodle Bar in Brooklyn.

The Pour 16 days ago

Has Vintank tanked? Not clear. My thoughts

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  Some years ago, around 2011 or 2012, Jo Diaz, the winery publicist, set up an event at U.C. Davis that featured a showdown, of sorts, between me and Paul Mabray, who had created VinTank in 2009. VinTank has been described in this article as ?the wine industry?s most powerful social media monitoring and data […]

Bordeaux ~ Beyond the vines, while enjoying the culture ~ partie treize

 Mark As Read    

This particular story was just inspired by my friend Ken Payton. On Facebook Ken wrote: So… I've uploaded and tagged a new gallery, this one simply called ‘Bordeaux, France'. I've kept the tags clean and simple; and, as you will note, some will be unavailable for commercial applications owing to the absence of the proper […]...

Wine Blog 16 days ago

How to Use Gift Cards to #SellMoreWine

 Mark As Read    

Retailers and consumers alike love gift cards. They don’t take up much shelf space, they are easily brandable and they promote customer choice. But gift cards also make plain good business sense. Customers that pay using gift cards often spend higher than the gift card value, and when they forget to use the cards (which 6% of consumers do) i...

Vin 65 17 days ago

Five Reasons We Crossed the Road to Celebrate Fried Chicken Day

 Mark As Read    

by Drew BroussardLet's be honest, given the time, we could come up with an infinite number of reasons to celebrate National Fried Chicken Day. After some deliberation, we rounded up our top five reasons to put on those aprons and get our yardbird on:1. You can eat it all dayOn the blog | We're shaking up your weekend brunch plans! Check the link in...

Bite and Booze 17 days ago

Golden Years (Tasting Fifty Harvests Of Mondavi Reserve Cabernet)

 Mark As Read    

Know how to get a cavalcade of seasoned (read: potentially jaded) wine writers, winemakers, wine growers, and wine industry insiders to go as quiet as mice (I'm talking pin-drop-sounds-like-a-jet-engine-on-fire quiet), and as stupefied as deer in the headlights? I do. I saw Robert Mondavi Winery pull it off a few weeks ago in Napa Valley. […]...

1 Wine Dude 17 days ago

The critics: who’s who, who’s new and who should you listen to?

 Mark As Read    

One can almost sense vinous expertise in the air at No.3 St James’s Street, seeped into the very building over the three centuries it has stood there. So while between our eight Masters of Wine and our expert Account Managers (frequently to be found tasting their way through the latest releases), Berry Bros. & Rudd […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 17 days ago

Notes from the road, on AVAs, and a frown on orange wine

 Mark As Read    

  Driving back from Oregon to California, I was really struck by how abruptly the climate changes in a relatively short distance. I had stayed the night in Medford, in the interior section of Oregon, right on I-5. The daytime temperatures were very hot, well into the 90s. Then you climb into all the mountains?the […]

There?s something so visceral about a new client ~ Aberrant Cellars

 Mark As Read    

Aberrant Cellars, a Willamette Valley wine producer… Hello Pinot Noir and Pursuing the Profound ab·er·rant ?ab?r?nt,??ber?nt/ adjective: aberrant departing from an accepted standard. Biology diverging from the normal type. This was the birth of Aberrant Cellars… This is brand is a combination of old world, new world, and some modern att...

Wine Blog 17 days ago

From Refugee Chefs, a Taste of Home

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Two French entrepreneurs are using food to try to change perceptions of immigrants.

The Pour 17 days ago

Off the Menu: Times Square Wakes Up to a Restaurant From Kellogg?s

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Christina Tosi serves up cereal bowls, Bergen Hill moves to Manhattan, and other restaurant news.

The Pour 17 days ago

Restaurant Review: At Nix, Vegetables Get a Dash of Sex

 Mark As Read    

This Greenwich Village restaurant joins a growing number of vegetarian places that celebrate verve more than virtue.

The Pour 18 days ago

Gilding the Lily: Foie Gras With Chocolate

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A singular extravagance, it is bitter yet mellow, and something you can make at home.

The Pour 18 days ago

Brexit and wine

 Mark As Read    

Tumult (anarchy?) is the current state of the main political parties in Britain after the Brexit referendum. Will the vote to exit the EU leave the British wine trade in any better shape than the political parties? By way of background, the UK was, pre-Brexit vote, one of the bright stars in the wine world. […] The post Brexit and wine appear...

Dr Vino's wine blog 18 days ago

Connecting Social and Commerce Part 2

 Mark As Read    

For over 3 years, Vin65 has connected social media data to consumers’ order history providing wineries with rich information about their interactions with consumers on social media. Combining social and commerce data enables wineries to provide superior customer service and drive sales. Using our tools, wineries have been able to know if tha...

Vin 65 18 days ago

Learning Willamette, one step at a time

 Mark As Read    

  I just got back from up in the Willamette Valley working on that AVA project for Jackson Family Wines. Our particular vineyard is west of the town of Monmouth, in a part of the valley that does not have its own sub-appellation. That?s something I?m looking into, with the idea of coming up with […]

Bordeaux ~ Albert Smith Work in the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux ~ partie douze

 Mark As Read    

After my first story about Albert Smith (1854–1932), called Bordeaux ~ Impressionist Alfred Smith ~ partie onze, I wanted to know more about the Bordeaux artist. I thought, "Shouldn't there be a museum in Bordeaux where Albert Smith's works are located?" I mean, he's a home boy, right? Well, there is… The Musée des Beaux-Arts […]...

Wine Blog 18 days ago

2010 Anthem Estate Merlot Mt. Veeder Napa Valley 750 mL Wine

 Mark As Read    

Our 2010 Napa Valley growing season was another successful vintage. The season will be remembered as relatively long due to the wet Spring and cool Summer temperatures that lasted until the end of August. We welcomed higher temperatures in late August and September that helped our grapes fully mature, and more mild weather in October […]

Wine Blog Pro 18 days ago

Texas Wine Revolution Showcasing 100% Texas-Grown Rosé

 Mark As Read    

Texas Wine Revolution Showcasing 100% Texas-Grown Rosé Texas Wine Revolution being held Sunday, July 10th is an inaugural festival, showcasing the beauty of Texas grown wines, specifically this year 100% Texas grown Rosé wines. Featuring up to 27 Texas wineries and winemakers and their Texas grown Rosé, the afternoon will include tastings, live mus...

VintageTexas 18 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 4, 2016

 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 19 days ago

From the inside: an uncertain future

 Mark As Read    

Originally published in the spring of 1970, this month’s article from Number Three considers the future of the independent merchant, considering both the impact of climate change and the rise of the supermarket. No doubt it is cowardly of us, but we sometimes feel we should have more heart to face the future if we […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 19 days ago

A Republican and a Democrat bumped into each other this 4th of July for a drink

 Mark As Read    

Interesting concept, huh? I have a friend in the CIA, who once told me, when the GOP is in the house, they enjoy hard liquor. When the DEMs are in the house, they prefer wine. Meanwhile, I know who has their "House" wine, but can't tell. How about celebrating this Fourth of July weekend by […]

Wine Blog 19 days ago

50 shades of brown/yellow (Sequitur)

 Mark As Read    

What a compelling invitation to buy their wine.... A year ago I started a serie about the visual impact of herbicide sprays when you visit the wine regions at the right season. My first herbicide story last year already listed...

Photo of the day: Rutherford Hill Winery

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Rutherford Hill Winery – A Napa Valley Winery The post Photo of the day: Rutherford Hill Winery appeared first on US Top wines.

US Top wines 21 days ago

Dateline/Los Angeles: American Chefs Adopt a Peruvian Staple: Tiger?s Milk

 Mark As Read    

Leche de tigre powers a tuna dish at Son of a Gun in Los Angeles.

The Pour 21 days ago

A Good Appetite: A Speedy Approach to Cooking With Cherries

 Mark As Read    

Cook pork chops with the stone fruit for a pan sauce that contrasts with the meat.

The Pour 22 days ago

City Kitchen: Spicy Cold Noodles Offer an Antidote to Summer Heat

 Mark As Read    

With temperatures soaring, here are three little words of comfort: Korean! Cold! Noodles!

The Pour 22 days ago

Red, White, and 'Cue: A Look Back on Barbecue Bites Past

 Mark As Read    

by Drew BroussardOh barbecue, where do we start? At Bite and Booze, our appreciation for barbecue runs deep. Three of our products were thoughtfully considered and concocted with the beauty of this "low and slow" cooking method in mind. Whether he's competing or simply taste-testing for the betterment of mankind, Jay has eaten his share of barbecue...

Bite and Booze 22 days ago

Bites: Dyades Puts a Bucolic French Region on the Culinary Map

 Mark As Read    

The restaurant, in Charente Limousine, may be remote, but dishes are both disarmingly simple and entirely flavorful.

The Pour 22 days ago

?There were giants in those days?

 Mark As Read    

  The news that Paul Draper is retiring came, not as a complete shock, because after all, he?s 80 years old. Rather, it was a realization, the latest in a sorry series, that ?the mighty men of old, men of renown? are passing from our scene like the last of a fine vintage gone to […]

Wine of the Week ~ A Juicy Cadre of Rosés

 Mark As Read    

Einstein's brain, upon examination, revealed that he had an extra-ordinary connection network. For each memory, his patterns were like looking at the interconnections of a busy railroad yard. To really begin to gain info about wines, reading their unique stories, where they're from, who made them and why, tasting them… These are the interconn...

Wine Blog 22 days ago

G.M.O.s in Food? Vermonters Will Soon Know

 Mark As Read    

Starting Friday, nearly all food labels in the state must disclose when products include genetically engineered ingredients.

The Pour 22 days ago

Review: A Sweet Take on British Identity Returns to PBS

 Mark As Read    

After the fractious ?Brexit? vote, the good-hearted ?Great British Baking Show? presents Britishness as an evolving recipe.

The Pour 22 days ago
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