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It’s Not Just Your Grill. It’s Your Outdoor Oven.

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Almost anything you can make indoors in winter, like golden roast chicken, can be done under the stars in summer.

The Pour 8 days ago

News Flash: Black Spanish is Cabernet Franc x Vitis Aestivalis

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News Flash: Black Spanish is Cabernet Franc x Vitis Aestivalis Previously, I blogged on the Black Spanish/Lenior Symposium being held today in Cat Spring, Texas. In response to this blog post, I received this very interesting email fromAs Dr. Jerry Rodrigues who I believe is now a resident of South Africa: I wish I were there

VintageTexas 8 days ago

Tips On Choosing a Wine Rack

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If you love wine or merely enjoy a glass or two on occasion a great wine rack where you can store your collection regardless of the size. Not only are wine racks functional but nowadays a wine rack is considered a great option in home decor. In order to determine the wine rack that would best suit your home we will look over the various options. Th...

Hit Us with Your Best Shot: Jay D's Louisiana Memorial Day Photo Contest

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Calling all food photographers (amateur or otherwise)!Skirt steak tacos shot in natural lighting, using ingredients from Indie Plate.This Memorial Day Weekend, hit us with your best shot. From May 27 through 30, we'll be monitoring the hashtag #sauceandstripes for the best photos featuring Jay D's Louisiana inspired products.Skirt steak roulade, a ...

Bite and Booze 8 days ago

‘The Founder,’ Like Ray Kroc, Feasts on McDonald’s Imagery

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The movie uses McDonald’s well-guarded iconography for a bold visual tour of the chain’s early days, but treads lightly in its promotional material.

The Pour 8 days ago

Billionaire Bill Koch’s cellar on the block

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Billionaire and famed wine collector Bill Koch's wine cellar is up for auction at Sotheby's in a three-day sale happening now. Koch is selling about 20,000 bottles with an estimated range of $10-$15 million. But don't worry, he'll still have plenty to drink since he's only selling about half his famed collection. I attended the […] The post B...

Dr Vino's wine blog 8 days ago

What in the World: For This Green Smoothie, the First Ingredient Is Frog

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In Peru and Bolivia, drinks made from the endangered Titicaca water frog are promoted as a cure for many ailments, without scientific support.

The Pour 8 days ago

Behold: Steve Heimoff, M.S.!!!!!

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  I’m not big on blowing my own horn, but hey, if you don’t beat your own bush and shine a light on your own accomplishments, then who will? So, with these awkwardly mixed metaphors, I’m proud to announce that I have just been awarded the prestigious title of Master Sommelier! I didn’t reveal to […]

The Top 10 Joys of Writing, from mostly wine writers

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The Top 10 Joys of Having Wine Writer Friends I crowd sourced on Facebook for this one. Many of my friends' stories were repeated, proving that we're all part of the same tapestry. This story was inspired by my friend Pamela Kline… Number 1 below… when she declared the following and it got me to […]

Wine Blog 8 days ago

Vincent Thomas (Tonnerre, Burgundy)

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Vincent Thomas Tonnerre, Burgundy The Ferme de la Chappe sits on the top of a hill just west of the city of Tonnerre, you reach it after going up a side road winding through woods along a small valley with...

The Pour: Beer Outdoors and Around the Clock

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Brews that go with fresh air at any time of day or night.

The Pour 9 days ago

The First Role for Many Actors: Waiter

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Broadway performers recall their days of being low thespian on the food chain.

The Pour 9 days ago

On the table: Verden

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This month we head east, putting Verden “ a wine bar and restaurant in Clapton, E5 “ under the microscope. After due inspection, Sophie Thorpe finds a local hotspot that doesn't disappoint. For a south London resident, Clapton isn't the most convenient dinner destination. While a 10-mile cycle home might offer the chance to work […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 9 days ago

The 2016 Roadshow Roundup

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We've just finished up the 2016 DTC Roadshow circuit. In California, we hit the Sierra Foothills, Healdsburg, Santa Barbara and had a "home" show in Napa. We headed south to Hye, Texas and east to Niagara, Ontario Canada and then back out west to Woodinville, WA. We met a lot of wineries and focused in on how they could sell more wine...

Vin 65 9 days ago

Drunk People Drop Sh*t (May 2016 Wine Product Roundup)

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While I extend my procrastination streak gather together my notes in anticipation of (finally) getting around to writing up my most recent wine jaunts, I figured I'd get a jump on the wine product roundup for May (part of my monthly attempt to put some wine product samples through the wringer). First up this month […] Grab The 1WineDude.com ...

1 Wine Dude 9 days ago

Feature: Revel in the Bounty of Spring, With a Feast From Yotam Ottolenghi

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The British-by-way-of-Jerusalem chef assembles a Middle Eastern banquet in London that is as visually stunning as it is delicious.

The Pour 9 days ago

Hungry City: At King of Falafel, the Crown Jewels Are Chickpeas

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A popular street cart has spawned a new restaurant in Astoria, Queens.

The Pour 9 days ago

On winery consolidation

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  “There’s nothing new under the sun.” That’s from Ecclesiastes 1:9, which also says, “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again.” One might have expected the Author of Authors to have taken the long view: not the next business quarter, but Eternity. So it is, or sometimes seems, […]

Varietal Focus: Grüner Veltliner

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Grüner Veltliner Austria, Burgenland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, New Zealand Aromatic white flowers, lentils, fresh watercress and celery salt.As  White peach, poached pear, lime blossoms, fresh cracked wheat and caraway Spicy dishes, game, artichokes, asparagus

Portalis Wine 9 days ago

A Touch Outr̩ РSummer Whites

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A Touch Outré – Summer Whites Time to take a path you haven't taken- travel to unfamiliar territory and taste some refreshing whites that are not common to the marketplace!As  We all have our cherished go to whites, roses and cocktails for warmer weather, yet sometimes we crave something a bit more eccentric.As  Let's get […]

Portalis Wine 9 days ago

Varietal Focus: Sauvignon Gris

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Sauvignon GrisAs  France (Bordeaux), New Zealand, USA (California), Chile, Australia Purportedly a mutation of Sauvignon Blanc and also known as Fié Gris, only 2% of the white varietals in Bordeaux are Sauvignon Gris.As  Close to extinction, the varietal is briny, crisp, dry and high in citrus fruits. Lightly roasted meats, white meats, fish, oyst...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Pinot Blanc

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Pinot BlancAs As  As  France (Alsace, Burgundy, Champagne), Germany, Luxembourg, Italy, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, USA (California) Canada (Okanagan Valley), Australia A mutation of Pinot Noir, this varietal is softer in acidity than Pinot Gris, yet tree fruits, soft white blossoms and simple citrus notes are common.As  Green vegetal notes ...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Grenache Blanc

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Grenache Blanc France (Southern Rhone), Spain (Catalunya), USA (California) Stone fruits- warm green and gold apples, with citrus blossom and peel, mild minerality, medium body and medium acidity.As  Typically blended with other varietals in Southern France. Roasted poultry, baked meat pies, pasta dishes

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Sémillon

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SémillonAs As As  France (Bordeaux, Bergerac), Australia, USA (Washington), South Africa, Chile.As  Lesser known in Canada (BC), Argentina and New Zealand Flavor characteristics range from cool climate citrus and white floral notes to warm climate tropical papaya and melon.As  A white varietal with a rich body, almost oil in warm climates and low ...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Arneis

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Arneis Region: Roero, Piedmont is the home of Arneis- the little rascal .As  Almost near extinction because of its difficulty to cultivate- Arneis had a resurgence in the 80's. Tasting Notes: Seafood wine- white flowers and chamomile with pears, apricots and hints of honey. Pairing:As  Antipasti, risottos and pastas, pizza, poultry and fresh seafoo...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Vermentino

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Vermentino Italy (Maremma, Tuscany, Sardinia, (Favorita) Piedmont), France (Corsica) Crisp- like a Sauvignon Blanc with subtle citrus pith yet simple nut oilAs  notes.As  Marema is the southwestern sub region of Tuscany.As  It is south of Siena and on the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Seas.As  Refreshing! Pair with Linguini with fresh clams, swordfish, l...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Vinho Verde

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Vinho Verde Vinho Verde is the DOC of the Minho region of Portugal.As  This northern most region is cooler with rainy climates with strong Atlantic influences.As  The blend for Vinho Verde tends to be a combination of Loureiro Trajadura (Treixadura), Avesso, Pedernã (Arinto), and/or the Alvarinho. Very light in color and alcohol, it is always [...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Verdejo

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Verdejo Castilla y Leon is located in the northwest corner of Spain, just east of Portugal's Minho region.As  It is a continental climate and surrounded by theAs  Cantabrian Mountains and Pyrenees and interlaced with major rivers.As  Much of its territory consists of a large, central plateau – the Meseta. Verdejo wines are aromatic, often sof...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Melon de Bourgogne | Muscadet

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Melon de Bourgogne | Muscadet Zesty and crisp white wines in the Atlantic end of the Loire Valley. Originally cultivated in Burgundy, the vines are now only found in the Loire Valley as of the end of the 18th century.As  It is aAs  a cross between Pinot blanc and Gouais blanc. Tart Lemon and lime, […]

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Inzolia

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Inzolia A native to Sicily and extremely popular in Maremma of Tuscany, Inzolia is a versatile white varietal.As  Thought to be originally from Greece or Sardina, DNA research has determined Sicily to be it's home of origin. Almond nuttiness cut by refreshing lime citrus, undertones of pineapple and melon green melon.As  Soft aromas of fresh [̷...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Grillo

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Grillo Grillo is a Sicilian white grape variety most famous for its role in the island's fortified Marsala wines. It is still widely planted on Sicily despite Marsala's fall from fashion, and is now used most commonly in a variety of still white wines, both varietal and blended. Fresh, lemon, quince, cashews, almond, subtle apple […]...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Falanghina

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Falanghina Most Falanghina is grown in Campania, in southern Italy, with a bit in Puglia and Abruzzo.As  The vines thrive in the porous volcanic soils around Mount VesuviusAs  and the warm Mediterranean climate. Citrus-blossom, bitter orange aromas with classic apple and pear richness and spicy, mineral finish. Pizza with pear, walnuts,As  gorgonzo...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Cortese

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Cortese Gavi, Piemdont.As  Near the Ligurian coast (the southeast corner of Piedmont), this wine a natural accompaniment to seafood. Tasting Notes: Bone-dry & crisp with mineral and tart lemon- citrus-y notes. Pairings: Lobster, crab, tuna,As  sardines, cabonara, asparagus with poached eggs.

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Chenin Blanc

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Chenin Blanc Loire Valley, South Africa, British Columbia, Argentina, US, Australia Aromatic yellow, green and red apple, pear, lemon lime pith, chalk, wet wool and wet straw undertones.As  Chammomile tea, honey suckle and tree blossomsAs As  As A rich wine with great acidity and a tendency for an off dry finish. Pairings with poultry and smoked me...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Varietal Focus: Albarino | Alvarinho

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Albarino | Alvarinho Spain produces Albariño to a significant degree in the Rías Baixas DO.As  Ribeiro (DO), Lima, Braga or Valdeorras (DO) it is often mixed with other grapes such as Loureiro, Godello, Caiño, Arinto or Treixadura to produce blended wines.As  It is also common in the Vinho Verde region of Portugal.As  Recently California ha...

Portalis Wine 10 days ago

Christmas Traditions Nostalgic Holiday Gourmet Food Gift Basket

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Bring back a little of the past with this nostalgic Christmas gift basket filled with traditional sweets, treats and gourmet foot snacking favorites to bring the feelings of home from Holidays past. This collection brings on the good times, past and present, or create new traditions for your family and friends this holiday season. Each […]

Wine Blog Pro 10 days ago

Chef Eusebio Gongora of City Pork on Guy's Grocery Games

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by Sydney BlanchardChef Eusebio Gongora, Director of Culinary Operations at City PorkThe rumor mill of Baton Rouge is constantly churning, and sometimes it seems like no one in town is capable of keeping a culinary secret for too long.We've been bursting at the seams to talk about Chef Eusebio Gongora's appearance on Food Network's Guy's Grocery Ga...

Bite and Booze 10 days ago

What is West Burgundy Wine Collective?

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  The announcement the other day that Jackson Family Wines has bought Copain Wines, which comes on the heels of JFW’s acquisition of Oregon’s Penner-Ash Wine Cellars, has brought renewed attention to JFW’s West Burgundy Wine Collective. So I thought I’d try to explain to my readers just what WBWC is and why it exists, […]

Wine of the Week ~ 2015 Biokult Österreich Rosé Secco

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Austrian wines are really so delicious. Taste their wines, and you learn a bit about their culture. Their motto: arrive and revive. I'm sure that it has a lot to do with their mountains, for starters. From the Austrian Info Website: The miracle of Austria is that all of its wine regions are incredibly easy […]

Wine Blog 10 days ago

Freeze and flood: a rough start to the Burgundy 2016 vintage

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April frosts bring May floods? Weather at harvest used to be dicey with rains. But now severe and unusual weather events are buffeting the Burgundy region throughout the growing season with shocking and disheartening regularity. Devastating hail storms pounded vintages 2012, 2013, and 2014. Last month, there was some bitterly cold weather overnight...

Dr Vino's wine blog 10 days ago

Just Add Salt: How to Make Bacon and Pancetta at Home

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Curing meat is not so much a lost art, more one that fell out of fashion.

The Pour 11 days ago

For Cuban Home Cooks, Ingenuity and Luck Are Key Ingredients

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Even as the island’s fortunes rise, finding the makings of a good dinner is still a complicated pursuit.

The Pour 11 days ago

A Little Old, a Little New for the Four Seasons Space

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The team behind Carbone and Dirty French unveils its strategy for overhauling a landmark Manhattan restaurant.

The Pour 11 days ago

Restaurant Review: At Momofuku Nishi, David Chang’s Magic Shows a Little Wear

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The chef’s new restaurant in Chelsea can be a delight for the palate but tough on the ears and the seat.

The Pour 11 days ago

Dropping The Mic On Online Wine ROI (TMRW Engine’s 2016 Digital Wine Report)

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So much of the material upon which 1WD was built consists, essentially, of opinion pieces (in fact, four or five years ago I sat on a panel focused specifically on opinion writing alongside Lettie Teague and Jon Bonne, about which I imagine both of whom are still scratching their heads). But over the years, I've […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Ta...

1 Wine Dude 11 days ago

En rama: a raw of approval

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Bemoaning the shunning of Sherry, Simon Field MW “ our esteemed Sherry Buyer “ espouses the virtues of en rama, the ultimate, unfiltered experience of the fine fortified wines of Jerez. Discussions on the commercial success or otherwise of Sherry are usually accompanied by platitudinous hand-wringing and poetic evocations of maiden aunts cycling in...

Berrys' Wine Blog 11 days ago

Carneros Chardonnay (and a little Pinot Noir)

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  Spent the day yesterday in Carneros. It had been a while since I really walked the vineyards, smelled the flora and felt and tasted the dirt and rocks up there, so my visit was overdue. Plus, it was an unbelievably gorgeous day, the sort of Spring weather that tells you Winter will soon be […]

The latest in consolidation: Copain sells to Jackson Family

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Copain winery has been sold to Jackson Family Wines for an undisclosed sum the wineries announced today. Copain has taken twists and turns to end up at the winery perched above the Russian River Valley floor. Co-founded in 1999 by Wells Guthrie as winemaker, Guthrie started making full-throttle wines and received high scores from point-wielding [&#...

Dr Vino's wine blog 11 days ago

Top 10 neighborhoods to visit while in Barcelona

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Barcelona may seem large and daunting at first approach, with its maze of windy cobbled alleyways; but after awhile, it suddenly feels like home. Streets untangle into a patterned network and neighborhoods (barrios) that once seemed remote are just a short walk away. From the Medieval and Roman history of the Ciutat Vella, […]

Catavino 11 days ago

Bartender, There’s a Logo in My Drink

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Looking to linger in drinkers’ minds, bars are branding ice cubes, garnishes and more.

The Pour 12 days ago
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