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Lebanon, the Phoenicians and Iberian Grapes

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Standing in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley was an amazing experience. This beautiful rugged terrain was once part of the ancient land of Canaan and is drenched in history. The air smelt of wild herbs and cedars as the sun beat down on the rocky landscape and stony soils. Wild flowers colonised the scrub and cicadas serenaded me as winemaker Fabrice Guibert...

Catavino 61 days ago

THE 50 BY 50 ~ Rock on Devo Guy

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If you know anything about me, you know that I come from a PR rock n'roll background, having worked for WBLM radio station in Portland, Maine. That was for 11 years, before moving to California and segueing my PR into the wine industry. It's 20+ years later, and I now know how naive I was […] The post THE 50 BY 50 ~ Rock on Devo Guy appeared ...

Wine Blog 61 days ago

A sneak preview: the new-look Warehouse Shop

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The stock has arrived, the paint has dried… and excitement is building: as we are just a few days away from the official re-opening of The Warehouse Shop, Hampshire. Those who, in the past, frequented the Bin End Shop (as our outlet was previously known), will be well-acquainted with its potential as a source of […]The post A sneak prev...

Berrys' Wine Blog 61 days ago

Salon Rue89 (2nd edition)

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The crowd at the Salon Rue89 La Bellevilloise, Paris 20th arrondissement This is a story about a young tasting event (the first edition was last year) which is already attended by large crowds. You may notice in these few pictures...

From Sleepy to Showoff

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Creative chefs are turning their attention to, yes, brunch.

The Pour 62 days ago

Restaurant Review: Narcissa in the Standard East Village

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Narcissa, the new East Village venture from André Balazs and John Fraser, has its roots in Hudson Valley farmland.

The Pour 62 days ago

Everything New Is Old Again

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Jewish-American deli food is suddenly the rage, as younger cooks mix tradition and reinvention.

The Pour 62 days ago

First Lady Rebuts Effort to Weaken School-Lunch Rules

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Pushing back against a measure pending in the Republican-controlled House, Michelle Obama met with school officials who attested to the success of the new standards.

The Pour 62 days ago

Off the Menu: David Burke Fabrick Opens

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The restaurant is on the ground floor of a garment district hotel, hence the name.

The Pour 62 days ago

Blaring the Horn for Food Trucks

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Matt Geller leads a new national association that looks to unite vendors, but he’s not without his critics.

The Pour 62 days ago

A Favorite Wrapped in Mystery

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Want the recipe for Ben’s cream cheese? Good luck.

The Pour 62 days ago

The Pour: Simple Sour: Easy Summer Drinking

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A beautifully balanced beer; after that, things get complex.

The Pour 62 days ago

A $1.6 million oops in Napa

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A Napa vintner hired a consulting enologist to cook him up a "cult" wine. It didn't work out, the wine got flushed and the vintner is now suing the wine consultant to the tune of $1.6 million. See the Napa Valley Register for more details. Who was that who said "I pity the fool who […] The post A $1.6 million oops in Napa appeared first on Dr...

Dr Vino's wine blog 62 days ago

Five Touch Points to Drive DTC Wine Sales and Keep ‘em Coming Back!

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In 2013, $3.4 million cases of wine shipped in the United States (ShipCompliant 2014 DTC Report). Online sales are growing at the fastest pace in history and staying connected to your customers is critical. Here are five customer touch points that will drive your DTC wine sales and keep your biggest fans coming back: 1. Give them what they want I...

Vin 65 62 days ago

Le Foret: Bite and Booze Radio Show presented by Calandro's Supermarket

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Jumbo Seared Scallops Topped with Ghost Pepper CaviarI took the Bite and Booze Radio Show on the road to New Orleans with my buddy Chuck P. from the Me and My Big Mouth Radio Show and my Chief Confusion Coordinator Blair Loup to tear up the town. One of our first stops brought us to Le Foret, a fine dining restaurant located on 129 Camp Street. Upo...

Bite and Booze 62 days ago

Tasting France Through 5 Signature Dishes

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Go on a French regional food tour, sampling essential dishes from Brittany, Provence, Alsace — and beyond.

The Pour 62 days ago

The Rare, The Weird, And The Wonderful (Answers.com Wine Article Roundup, May 2014)

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It’s that time of month again, when we get all wrapped-up in the wrap-ups. This month over at Wine.Answers.com, I dealt in the rare (and long-overdue), the weird (two kinds, actually), and the wonderful: First, the Rare: A focus on what makes the magical wines of Portugal’s Madeira so damn… magical, as told through the […] Grab The 1WineDude...

1 Wine Dude 62 days ago

Italian delights

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[Image is of an elderflower, from the Transition Leytonstone Website.] Once upon a time (true story) I suddenly awoke from an Italian delightful dream. The dream involved four people sitting in a circle. I was sitting on the southern end of this foursome. To my left, on the west side of this circle of people, […] The post Italian delights app...

Wine Blog 62 days ago

The “neighborhoods” of the Russian River Valley

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  Last Saturday’s tasting and panel discussion on “The Neighborhoods of the Russian River Valley,” sponsored by the Russian River Valley Winegrowers Association as part of their winter “Pinot Classic” event, was interesting, as these terroir-oriented seminars always are. But, as I told the audience, for me at least it smacked of “déja vu all [...

2011 Tobacco Road Chardonnay, Santa Barbara County 750 mL

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Tobacco Road 2011 Chardonnay is crisp with balanced acidity. Tobacco Road winery is a small in size but has received gold medals year after year. We hope you will enjoy a bottle in the near future.Price:$29.99 Read more Wine term of the day... Powered By Wine Dictionary Plugin

Wine Blog Pro 63 days ago

Wine of the Week: Toad Hollow Mendocino County Chardonnay 2012 (CA) $12

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This vibrant, unoaked Chardonnay from Toad Hollow Vineyards delights with fresh, pure fruit showcasing the Chardonnay grape in all of its unmasked glory. Expect plenty of green apple, peach with a decent dose of tangy citrus on the nose and playing again on the palate.  Crisp, clean lines, balanced acidity, fresh happy tropical fruit and the ...

About.com Wine 63 days ago

Strange Brews: The Genes of Craft Beer

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While brewing yeast is one of the best-studied organisms in molecular and cell biology, exactly how its genes translate to varied beers is still poorly understood.

The Pour 63 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For May 26, 2014

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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 63 days ago

Memorial Day 1865

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Memorial Day 1865… With a Snopes True button: MoveOn.org "KNOW YOUR HISTORY: Memorial Day was started by former slaves on May, 1, 1865 in Charleston, SC to honor 257 dead Union Soldiers who had been buried in a mass grave in a Confederate prison camp. They dug up the bodies and worked for 2 weeks […] The post Memorial Day 1865 appeared ...

Wine Blog 63 days ago

Happy Memorial Day

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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate “ David Schildknecht Leaves and Stephan Reinhardt Joins the Team

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Picture: Stephan Reinhard (Black Shirt) at the 2012 Grosses Gewaechs (the Ultra-premium Dry German Wines) Pre-release Tasting in Wiesbaden, Germany Robert Parker recently announced a change in his team, with potentially a major impact on how the Wine Advocate will assess German wine. US-based David Schildknecht leaves the team and Germany-based Ste...

Schiller Wine 63 days ago

Les Maisons Brûlées, Touraine (Loire)

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Paul & Corinne Gillet Pouillé, Touraine (Loire) The well-known domaine des Maisons Brûlées which is located on the southern bank of the Cher river near Saint-Aignan has changed hands, Michel & Béatrice Augé having sold the wine farm to retire...

Sangrias for Memorial Day Weekend

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Slide into summer with a slew of Memorial Day sangria recipes at the ready. Easy to make and even easier to drink, these fresh-faced, wine-themed, fruit-filled sangrias are the quintessential Memorial Day weekend splurge....Read Full Post

About.com Wine 65 days ago

City Kitchen: If Liver Doesn’t Strike Fear in Your Heart

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Chicken livers with morels create a creamy pasta sauce.

The Pour 66 days ago

A Good Appetite: Peas Love Cheese, and Vice Versa

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In this refined salad, tender pea shoots and crunchy sugar snap peas are a fresh counterpart to the unctuous creaminess of Camembert.

The Pour 66 days ago

NOLA Brewing with Kirk Coco: Bite and Booze Radio Show presented by Calandro's Supermarket

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NOLA's Spy P.A.: Hopitoulas infused with Pineapple and HabañeroA couple weeks ago, and unfortunately before the Brad to Matthew Hopitoulas toss, I sat down for a good show with the founder of NOLA Brewing, Kirk Coco. Joined by my friend Chuck P. of the Me and My Big Mouth Radio Show, my Chief Confusion Coordinator, Blair Loup, and owner of Tiger De...

Bite and Booze 66 days ago

Bacigalupi Vineyards ~ 50 Years of living an loving Russian River Valley

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The year 2014 is a year of celebrating landmarks in the Russian River Valley, at the venerated Bacigalupi Vineyards. Three generations, including a vibrant Helen Bacigalupi, are in concert, bringing more vigor to the new family-label wines. The post Bacigalupi Vineyards ~ 50 Years of living an loving Russian River Valley appeared first on Wine Blog...

Wine Blog 66 days ago

My early career as an amateur wine buff

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  I remember it as if it all happened yesterday instead of 35 years ago. I was newly arrived in San Francisco, had no money and needed a place to live. So I answered an ad on the S.F.S.U. housing board for a house sitter. It was for a dilapidated old four-room cottage in the […]

Winemaker Dinner with ChÃ-teau LAFON-ROCHET Wines and Winemaker Anaïs Maillet at Chef Bart Vandaele's Hipp B Too Restaurant in Washington DC, US/France

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Picture: Annette Schiller and ChÃ-teau LAFON-ROCHET's winemaker Anaïs Maillet at B Too in Washington DC (Picture: Charlie Adler, TasteDC: Upcoming Food and Wine Events in DC )ChÃ-teau LAFON-ROCHET's winemaker Anaïs Maillet was in town (Washington DC) because of the Heart's Delight events and owner Basile Tesseron asked Annette Schiller (ombiasy P...

Schiller Wine 66 days ago

Hungry City: Box Kite in the East Village

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The tasting menu at Box Kite, a speck of a coffee shop in the East Village, is more summer playlist than “Ring” cycle.

The Pour 67 days ago

Chardonnay Vinegar – 1 bottle – 16.9 fl oz

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This delicious and fresh Chardonnay Wine Vinegar comes from the region of Catalonia, Spain. It's a white wine vinegar, made of single-origin Chardonnay grapes, aged in wooden barrels for five years Low in acidity, with a nice fruitiness, this has notes of fresh apples, pears and peaches. The perfect choice for dressing up fresh salads […]

Wine Blog Pro 67 days ago

The Sip – Season One Shows Its Time to Go Texan or Go Thirsty

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The Sip – Season One Shows Its Time to Go Texan or Go Thirsty I exited the bright afternoon Austin street scene through a ruddy red door under a black awning. Not much else other than the 306A address on the door told me I was in the right place. As my eyes fought to

VintageTexas 67 days ago

Reviews on Yelp Help Track Illness

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The website for restaurant information works with health officials to find food-borne illnesses.

The Pour 67 days ago

Kosher Wine With Biblical Roots

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A review of the Abarbanel Cabernet-Merlot Blend, Batch 58, 2011 and a revisit to Jim Beam whiskies. The Abarbanel Wine Company traces its family roots from the biblical King David to Don Isaac Abarbanel, the leader of Spanish Jewry at the time of the 1492 expulsion. Born in Lisbon, Don Isaac was a scholar, philosopher and prodigious author who als...

Grapelines 67 days ago

Faces

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When I first published this article, it was a story only half told. I have since updated the visual content with roughly 900 words. Although it is said that a picture is worth a thousand words, I cannot help but feel that words were needed. Tweet

Elloinos 67 days ago

More Proof That Social Influence Is Eroding The Power Of Traditional Wine Reviews

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As if we needed any more evidence that consumer perception of wine isn’t all that materially different than how they interact with every other produce available in the market today, the results of a study titled In Vino Veritas? Social Influence on ‘Private’ Wine Evaluations at a Wine Social Networking Site published by Wine-Economics.org provides ...

1 Wine Dude 67 days ago

Véronique’s secrets of Organic Wines

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Véronique's secrets of Organic Wines continues to amaze me… A story that's been a long time coming, and a story that a wine magazine with advertisers would never touch, this story has been incubating within Véronique Raskin's psyche. Yesterday, I said that it's a saga, and that it is. It's also going to be a […] The post Véronique's sec...

Wine Blog 67 days ago

Why a famous critic’s 100 point wine may disappoint you

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  Patricia Talorico’s column in Delaware Online, describing her disappointment at a tasting of 100-point wines, is worth reading, if for no other reason than to make the point that a famous critic’s taste may not correspond to yours. And there are some good reasons for that, which I’ll get to in a moment. As […]

Germany's Most Expensive Dry White and Red Wines

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Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller with August Kesseler, Weingut Kesseler, in Assmannshausen, see: A Pinot Noir Star: Visiting August Kesseler and his Weingut August Kesseler in Assmannshausen, Germany German Wine Journalist and Blogger Mario Scheuermann released a most interesting list of the most expensive German dry white and red wines.Of course, ...

Schiller Wine 67 days ago

Noah's Mill: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Noah's Mill BourbonThe third bourbon in the Bardstown Flight ($16) at the Lock & Key Whiskey Bar is a beast: Noah's Mill. Following Willett Pot Still and Rowan's Creek, the Noah's Mill ($10) is even higher proofed, giving it a flaring sting on the nostrils. The potent leathery aroma packed a good punch in the face in every delightful way. Tobac...

Bite and Booze 68 days ago

Texas Fine Wine: Four of Texas’s Most Distinguished Wineries in Houston at WST Dinner May 31

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Texas Fine Wine: Four of Texas's Most Distinguished Wineries in Houston at WST Dinner May 31 Boo! I'm not in town the weekend of May 31st, but hopefully you will be. You can attend an amazing wine dinner at James Beard nominated Chef Brian Caswell's REEF. At this event, wine enthusiasts can taste wines from

VintageTexas 68 days ago

Wine Tasting Dinner: 2007 Washington Syrah Revisited

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Washington Syrah compares favorably with the best in the world. Washington Syrah generally falls somewhere in between the jammy Shiraz of Australia and the more austere Syrah of the northern Rhone. It generally has good acidity and tannins. The common denominators of our favorite Syrahs from Washington have been deep, dark purple color and luscious...

Wine Peeps 68 days ago

Celebrate Chardonnay Day on Thursday, May 22, 2014

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Every year since 2010, wine lovers stateside and abroad take the Thursday before Memorial Day to celebrate Chardonnay. Bubbles or still, oaked or stainless steel fermented, crisp and young or creamy and mature, there is a Chardonnay style for everyone. … Continue reading →

another wine blog 68 days ago

The shocking truths behind organic wines in the United States

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Once upon a time (the 1970s), in a far off land (France), the idea and practice of organic farming began to take root and shape its history. According to the Organics Institute: "The modern organic movement began at the same time as industrialized agriculture. It began in Europe around the 1920s, when a group of […] The post The shocking trut...

Wine Blog 68 days ago
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