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Best Industry Blog 2016

 Mark As Read    

Voting for the 2016 Wine Blog Awards closed last week, the judges consulted and the results announced: we are delighted to have been named Best Industry Blog for the second year. Thank you to all who took the time to vote and congratulations to all the other winners (who can be seen here). We are […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 8 days ago

Au revoir to the oversized wine list

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  Hasn’t the day of the bloated wine list come, and gone? How many wines do diners need to “peruse” on a list anyway? Obviously, there’s no correct answer, so I can only speak for myself. I, personally, like a list with perhaps 50 or 60 choices. It’s manageable; you actually have the time and […]

PS I Love You Report Card, 14 years later

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Reviewing the Mission Statement "To promote, educate, and legitimize Petite Sirah as a heritage variety, with a special emphasis on its terroir uniqueness." Since 98 percent of its terroir being California, we've got that covered. This mission statement was created after the first Petite Sirah Symposium. Since 2002, when winemakers had stated that ...

Wine Blog 8 days ago

Jean Pierre Rietsch (Alsace)

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Jean Pierre Rietsch in his élevage cellar Mittelbergheim, Alsace Alsace is known to have outstandingly-beautiful villages where its age-old winemaking tradition is found at every step in its architecture, some of these villages like Ribeauvillé have gone a little over...

Lindt Deluxe Wine & Gourmet Chocolate Candy Lovers Christmas Holiday Gift Basket Bowl Gift Set (SC)

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A beautiful gift set. Perfect for business, family, friends or as a hostess gift. Gourmet Lindt Lindor gourmet truffles. "The Noce List Is Overrated" wine glasses. "When You Stop Believing In Santa You Get Underwear" bar or kitchen towel. Beaded Christmas Christmas tree ornaments on glass votive or tealight candleholders. Santa Claus in Chimney win...

Wine Blog Pro 8 days ago

2011 Grgich Hills Estate Napa Valley Merlot 750 mL Wine

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Thanks to cool weather and unexpected rains, 2011 was a demanding but, in the end, rewarding vintage for us. The wet winter and spring delayed the start of bloom and then cool temperatures slowed grape development, pushing the start of harvest back by two weeks. More reminiscent of France than Napa Valley, this vintage fashioned […]

Wine Blog Pro 8 days ago

Rosé , Rosé , Rosé , Rosé

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Will they ever be as sweet? The answer is, no! As because rose has made a revolution, and there are new kids on the block. As Gone are the days of bygone all there was to rosé was a sweet, cloying white zinfnadel. As Today's American pink wine isAs diverse, exciting, and runs from off dryAs to bone dry, from juicy strawberries to salted watermelon...

Luscious Lushes 9 days ago

Bitter and Bubbly, the Spritz Evolves

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American bartenders are shaking up traditional notions of this cocktail import from northern Italy.

The Pour 10 days ago

A Good Appetite: Hot Honey Shrimp Is Spicy, Sweet and Speedy

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Here’s a flavor-packed weeknight dinner in 10 minutes flat.

The Pour 11 days ago

City Kitchen: A Creamy, Sweet Tribute to Summer

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This version of Sicilian cassata, a spongecake layered with sweetened ricotta, is crowned with juicy fresh berries.

The Pour 11 days ago

The Official Bite and Booze Father's Day Gift Guide

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by Sydney BlanchardI've always been a daddy's girl, and I'm not ashamed to admit my dad is my best friend. We have a lot in common, so I generally have an idea about what he likes (beer, History, books, being left the hell alone). But every year around Father's Day I find myself in a rut.Here are a few gift ideas from local, Louisiana retailers for...

Bite and Booze 11 days ago

Notes from my father

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Ahead of Father's Day, our Chairman Simon Berry remembers the way in whichAs his father first introduced him to wine, opening the door to a lifetime filled with bottles. When my father died in 2010, a few weeks shy of his 95th birthday, he left a shelf-full of diaries. Actually more than a shelf-full, because he […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 11 days ago

Big Pot: The marijuana industry learns from wine

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  I am astounded how rapidly the marijuana industry is growing into a bona fide, full-fledged business. In fact, it’s starting to look a lot like the wine industry My marijuana days—and they were many—happened when pot was illegal. You could get arrested for possession of a joint; I knew lots of people who were. […]

Wine of the Week ~ 2014 Trivento Reserve Argentinean Blend of Cabernet-Malbec

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Rich and ripe fruit, with a dusty, smokey character… The finesse is very much there, like a fine Stetson cocked to the right on a gentleman farmer, overlooking his vineyard… The 2014 Trivento Reserve Argentinean Blend of Cabernet-Malbec ~ Delicious… Some day, I've got to get to South America… Specifically, Mendoza Argentina....

Wine Blog 11 days ago

Gene Cavallero Jr., Who Ran the Colony Restaurant, Dies at 92

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The Colony occupied a lofty perch in New York City’s dining scene, becoming a destination for boldface names like Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Frank Sinatra.

The Pour 11 days ago

Varietal Vigilantes

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In the United States we tend to think of wines being driven by a single variety. That there is somehow something purer about being made from one type of vine. The varietal vigilantes are always asking, is this 100%? Due to the heavy emphasis on varietal labeling they don't realize is that historically wines made from a single variety were the exce...

Wine Camp Blog 11 days ago

Tasting Rosés With a Winemaker Who Knows Them Best

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In the beginning, Sacha Lichine decamped to Provence simply wanting “to do something different.”

The Pour 12 days ago

Newsom Vineyards at Comfort: It’s Always Been the Plan

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Newsom Vineyards at Comfort: It's Always Been the Plan A few weeks ago, I linked up on social media with Nolan Newsom, son of Texas winegrowing legends Neal and Janice Newsom of Newsom VineyardsAs in Plains, Texas. Nolan and IAs agreed to meet for breakfast in As Comfort on my next trip to my hill top cottage located

VintageTexas 12 days ago

Hungry City: The Secret to District Saigon’s Broths: Slow Cooking

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A new Vietnamese restaurant in Astoria, Queens, simmers its pho with patience and attention to ingredients.

The Pour 12 days ago

Trilobites: You Want Tastier Coffee? Freeze Beans, Then Grind.

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The colder the bean, the more uniform the grind and the more flavorful the brew, a study found.

The Pour 12 days ago

Summer serves: pink punch

 Mark As Read    

In the third of our summer-inspired cocktails, Amanda Baxter picks a mouth-watering punch spiked with spiced rum. From the mid-1600s to the mid-1800s if you walked into any drinking establishment you were likely to find a bowl of punch. A sociable practice that engendered friendships, it was considered rude to leave until the flowing bowl […...

Berrys' Wine Blog 12 days ago

Millennials and brand loyalty: My thoughts

 Mark As Read    

  When Gallup says Millennials are “the least-engaged generation of customers,” with “the lowest level of customer engagement” of any group of consumers in the country, a couple thoughts come to mind. Those conclusions come from Gallup’s recent study, “How Millennials Want to Work and Live.” Full disclosure: I read this article, which is from ...

Happy Father’s Day, Syrah!

 Mark As Read    

[Copyright: mcininch / 123RF Stock Photo ~ Purchased image.] Credit where credit is due… Syrah (father) + Peloursin (mother) = Petite Sirah I did NOT write the following, in this rendition. This was written by Stephanie Douglas of Aratas Wine, who – like me – just "gets it." History, lineage, heritage, passion… We're on it! ...

Wine Blog 12 days ago

Raspberry Kir Mixed Pack, 1 x 750 mL and 1 x 375 mL

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Try something new with this fortified raspberry Framboise along with our White Flowers Sparkling Sweet Riesling. The combination creates a delightful Sparkling Kir cocktail.Price:$30.00 Read more

Wine Blog Pro 12 days ago

The Sac-a-Lait NOWFE Wine Dinner: A Sportsman's Paradise

 Mark As Read    

by Blair LoupChefs Samantha and Cody Carroll have experienced a whirlwind of success over the past two years. Their first restaurant, Hot Tails in New Roads, Louisiana, is what got them started, but it’s Sac-a-Lait in New Orleans that has people talking.Not long after the team’s trip to cook at the legendary James Beard House in New York, New Orlea...

Bite and Booze 13 days ago

Go Forth, And Grill! (Talking Wine And BBQ For Fix.com)

 Mark As Read    

With warmer weather finally upon us in the Northern Hemisphere, my latest for Fix.com ("Grilling and Grapes") focuses on what wine grapes to keep in mind when you're firing up the grill. Wine-and-seasonal-food-stuff-pairing articles are nearly as annoyingly omnipresent as drink-rose-in-the-Springtime articles these days, but because this is my writ...

1 Wine Dude 13 days ago

Theme Park Dining Beyond Burgers and Turkey Legs

 Mark As Read    

At three theme parks — Knott’s Berry Farm, Universal Studios and Dollywood — it takes some work to find good food. But it exists.

The Pour 13 days ago

2016 Masters Winemaker Dinner Series in Napa Valley

 Mark As Read    

I'm listing this one, because I know you'll enjoy more than a few of these dinners if you're local or coming to California for delicious fun. 2016 Masters Winemaker Dinner Series Includes Napa Valley's Top Wineries The Meritage Resort and Spa, in Napa, has announced its 2016 Masters Winemaker Dinner Series line up. Featured wineries […]...

Wine Blog 13 days ago

Influential Chefs Put Food Talk on the Menu

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Restaurant leaders from around the world have descended on the Yale campus for an education on issues like the environment and gender.

The Pour 13 days ago

Sichuan Cuisine, Imperiled by Success

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In Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province, the region’s famed cuisine is more popular than ever. But traditionalists worry it’s drowning in spice.

The Pour 13 days ago

Restaurant Review: Poultry Has a Pedigree at Le Coq Rico

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“Beautiful birds,” matured longer, are the attraction at this Manhattan spinoff of a Paris bistro.

The Pour 14 days ago

Ravi DeRossi, New York Stealth Bar Owner and Restaurateur

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No one knows much about the man behind all those establishments in the Village and Brooklyn. He’s O.K. with that.

The Pour 14 days ago

In search of good-value Burgundy: the quest for the Holy Grail?

 Mark As Read    

While the wines of Burgundy woo wine lovers the world over, their prices don't always offer the same satisfaction. Here Adam Bruntlett “ one of our expert buyers “ offers advice on how to hunt down the region's best-value bottles. Having recently visited our growers in Chablis, the Côte d'Or and the MÃ-connais, all of […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 14 days ago

Those “semi-generic” European place names? Let’s ditch them

 Mark As Read    

  In law, the concept of “grandfathering” certain parties into new laws is quite old in America, dating back to post-Civil War days. It occurs, says Wikipedia, when “an old rule continues to apply to some existing situations while a new rule will apply to all future cases.” The concept applies across many areas of […]

Osteria Francescana Tops List of World’s 50 Best Restaurants

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The winner is in Modena, Italy. New York’s Eleven Madison Park rises to No. 3, and Copenhagen’s Noma slips to No. 5.

The Pour 14 days ago

Some of the World’s Best Dishes — All on One Menu

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At In Situ, his new restaurant at SFMOMA, chef Corey Lee pays tributes to other famous chefs.

The Pour 14 days ago

The Secret to Zadie’s Poached Oysters? Seaweed

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The chef Marco Canora offers a buttery nod to a bygone era at his new oyster room in the East Village.

The Pour 14 days ago

Kickin’ it at Curry-N-Kabab

 Mark As Read    

by Intern Hannah AlkadiA variety of tasty foods from Curry-N-KababOften with unfamiliar ethnic food, we tend to eat just one dish on the menu and ignore everything else. We’ll slurp pho and only pho at Vietnamese restaurants. We’ll crunch on tacos and only tacos at Mexican places. As for Indian food, we’ll scoop up curry, often forgetting the bount...

Bite and Booze 14 days ago

Calais Winery: A Winemaker Tasting à la Cave

 Mark As Read    

Calais Winery: A Winemaker Tasting à laAs Cave After my tasting this past weekend at Calais Winery, between Hye and Johnson City on Texas HighwayAs 290, I believeAs that theAs transformation ofAs Ben Calais' winery from urban Dallas storefrontAs to subterranean Texas hill country affair has made his fine wines even better. Not that his wines were ...

VintageTexas 15 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For June 13, 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 15 days ago

Bordeaux ~ What You Don’t Know ~ partie dix

 Mark As Read    

[Copyright: phbcz / 123RF Stock Photo – paid image of Chateau Cos D'Estournel, Bordeaux Region, France] I searched on "What You Don't Know About Bordeaux," just out of curiosity, so see what I've been missing with bigger picture items. Up popped my friend Monique Soltani's Website with that exact same name… Her Website is WineOh.tv, [&#...

Wine Blog 15 days ago

Sizzling, seared steak

 Mark As Read    

If you're planning on breaking out the grill this summer, then you'll be wanting our Head Chef's secret weapon: Café de Paris butter. Years ago, on a trip to Toulouse, I came across a restaurant called L'Entrecôte which served just one dish: steak frites. Judging by the queues outside each day, this simple concept certainly […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 15 days ago

Chardonnay Symposium winners tell a story

 Mark As Read    

  Looking at the medal winners from the International Chardonnay Symposium, I'm struck by the geographic diversity of origins of the top-ranked California Chards. They range from Napa Valley down to the Santa Maria Valley, with Paso Robles, the Santa Lucia Highlands, Livermore Valley, Arroyo Seco, Sonoma Valley and the Russian River Valley inb...

Christmas Holiday Sleigh Gift Basket of Treats

 Mark As Read    

Dashing through the snow.... in a gourmet laden sleigh..... This great gift presented in a festive holiday sleigh is offered at an affordable price! Remember loved ones across the miles - or across the street, or thank them for all they've done this year. The decorative basket can also be used for years to come […]

Wine Blog Pro 16 days ago

Day Out: Day Drinking With the ‘Sweetbitter’ Author Stephanie Danler

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The former restaurant worker and newly best-selling writer sips wine before her first public reading — and admits to drinking Yellow Tail.

The Pour 17 days ago

Summer serves: the Parlour Collins

 Mark As Read    

Ahead of World Gin Day (SaturdayAs 11th June), Amanda Baxter delivers an appropriately gin-heavy drink designed by Michele Mariotti. A twist on the Collins with our juniper-driven No.3 Gin, it takes its name from the Parlour at No.3 St James's Street. This fresh summer drink is a twist on the classic Collins that combines gin, sugar […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 17 days ago

Dining | New Jersey: Pastrami Is the Priority at These Old-School New Jersey Delis

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Three Jewish delicatessens focus on preparing the ideal spicy meat sandwich.

The Pour 17 days ago

Dining | New Jersey: Pastrami Is the Priority at These Old-School New Jersey Delis

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Three Jewish delicatessens focus on preparing the ideal spicy meat sandwich.

The Pour 17 days ago

Dining | New Jersey: Pastrami Is the Priority at These Old-School New Jersey Delis

 Mark As Read    

Three Jewish delicatessens focus on preparing the ideal spicy meat sandwich.

The Pour 17 days ago

Dining | New Jersey: Pastrami Is the Priority at These Old-School New Jersey Delis

 Mark As Read    

Three Jewish delicatessens focus on preparing the ideal spicy meat sandwich.

The Pour 17 days ago
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