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Wines of The Times: Tapping Into the Potential of Falanghina

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The best bottles from the two genetically distinct grapes from Campania are resonant wines that you’d want to come back to again and again over the course of a meal.

The Pour 77 days ago

Hungry City: I Love Paraguay, an Ode to a Homeland

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The restaurant in Sunnyside, Queens, started out as a bakery and has broadened its menu and ambition.

The Pour 77 days ago

Bites: Restaurant Report: Bastardo in Lisbon

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The best dishes from the chef, Luis Miguel Rodrigues, are grounded in traditional cuisine, with only subtle twists.

The Pour 77 days ago

Between Two Shells: Raw Gulf Oysters topped with Cucumber Mignonette and Fresh Grapefruit Margaritas

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by Blair "B-Rex" LoupThe Fresh Grapefruit Margarita and Cucumber Mignonette at Jolie Pearl Oyster BarIf you've stepped outside lately, you may have noticed it’s hot out. This time of year presents me with an unsolvable problem: when I get out of my car, my glasses fog up because I’m blasting the air conditioning, then my vision gets hit with 90% hu...

Bite and Booze 77 days ago

Drink: Soju for the Soul

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Mellow and easy to mix, the Korean spirit is just the thing for a night in.

The Pour 77 days ago

Summer libations: Vintage Summer

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In our ongoing series of essential summer cocktails, Amanda Baxter from our Spirits division devises a whisky cocktail using the most recent addition to The Glenrothes range of single malt whisky, The Glenrothes Vintage Reserve. At 40 percent alcohol, The Glenrothes Vintage Reserve is unusually fragrant and soft in style, with red-berry fruits and ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 78 days ago

Embracing the alcohol of Paso red blends, and a word about that Benziger deal

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  For the past half-year, I’ve been hosting a series of wine tastings up at Jackson Family Wines headquarters, just outside Santa Rosa. So far, they’ve included both JFW and non-JFW wines, but the next one is strictly non-JFW. It’s a tasting of high-end Paso Robles Rhône-style blends (JFW currently owns no Paso Robles wineries), […]

Marguerite Patten, Acclaimed British Food Writer and Home Economist, Dies at 99

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Starting out during the rationing years of the 1940s and 1950s, Ms. Patten, who wrote more than 170 books, was one of Britain’s first television chefs.

The Pour 78 days ago

Texas: A Land of Native Milkweed & What You Can Do To Save It

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Texas: A Land of Native Milkweed & What You Can Do To Save It Most of us know about milkweed from either what we have read about it as the favorite food of the Monarch butterfly caterpillars, or by what we have seen for sale (Tropical Milkweed) in our local Wal-Mart, Home Depot and many

VintageTexas 78 days ago

The Art Marketer: OMBIASY PR & WINE TOURS - Germany-East

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Pictures: Burg and Dom, MeissenThe Art Marketer, a blog run by Lisa Freedman out of New York City, carried an article about the Germany-East Art and Wine Tour by ombiasy WineTours that will start tomorrow:"OMBIASY PUBLIC RELATIONS & WINE TOURS is gearing up for their first major Germany tour of the Season "Germany East 2015".Experience an am...

Schiller Wine 78 days ago

Irish Mule: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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The Irish Mule at Lock & KeyThere comes a time on every trip to a cocktail bar that a patron glimpses at a menu and sees some sort of play on a Moscow Mule. The normally potent but refreshing vodka drink features lime and ginger beer. Fortunately, those flavors go with all sorts of spirits. Take for example, Irish Whiskey.Lock & Key's Irish...

Bite and Booze 78 days ago

Eleven Madison Park Owners Plan to Open New Restaurant

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The restaurant veterans Daniel Humm and Will Guidara will open a third restaurant, in a building rising on Park Avenue.

The Pour 78 days ago

Tenderness Among The Tuff Luv (Tasting The 2012 Jadot Les Demoiselles Montrachet)

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As I write this, I am dutifully heads down in the process of remaining woefully behind on the coverage I have planned for these virtual pages (a deep dive into some high-end Knights Valley action is currently simmering on that back-burner). Which I suppose will come as a surprise to exactly zero of the long-time […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Ta...

1 Wine Dude 78 days ago

Jamie Goode on the itinerant lifestyle of a wine writer

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Midway through his first visit to Washington State, Jamie Goode takes a moment to reflect on the importance of visiting wine regions, meeting the winemakers and understanding the story behind each bottle. As I write, it's just before 5am in the morning, and I'm jetlagged. I'm in Seattle, and the second day of a journalist […] The post Jamie G...

Berrys' Wine Blog 78 days ago

Eat: A Taste of Taiwan

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The mysteries of three-cup chicken explained.

The Pour 78 days ago

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Let’s Help Create More Farmers

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We have to do something about the primary obstacle, which is the high cost of land.

The Pour 79 days ago

Gems vs. rhinestones

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  I was chatting the other day with the great Richard Arrowood when he said something that really caught my mind. “I want to focus on gems, not rhinestones.” What is a “gem” of a wine? It’s an unofficial term, of course, and therefore subject to interpretation; but I think Richard meant wines that are […]

Real wines for less than 10 As‚¬ in Paris

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Tasting of wines under 10 As‚¬ Bd Haussmann, Paris The Caves Augé, the respectable caviste and almost institution for its wine portfolio, has staged an unusual tasting event last saturday, with the theme "Boire Bon n'est pas un Luxe", meaning...

10 Things to do in Barcelona, Spain

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Planning a visit to Barcelona, the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea? Well if not, you should! The Catalan capital's influence in commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts make Barcelona one of the world's leading tourist, economic, … Continue reading →

another wine blog 79 days ago

QVC’s David Venable: The Man Who Helps America Cook

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Whether selling skillets, cookbooks, lobster or hot dogs, David Venable, QVC’s top food pitchman, is a culinary tower of power. Especially when he does his happy dance.

The Pour 79 days ago

Veteran Texas Winemaker Owns Pheasant Ridge Winery Once Again

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Veteran Texas Winemaker Owns Pheasant Ridge Winery Once Again The Cox's regain lost winery that they saw from their kitchen window every morning for over 20 years  by Andrew Chalk, Guest Blogger & VT Commentary Bobby Cox, the winemaker who played a major part in putting Texas wine on the national map, is back as owner (with his

VintageTexas 79 days ago

Recipes for Health: Einkorn Risotto Is a Long Time Coming

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The recipe for the ancient grain, which is one of the oldest varieties of wheat, is a perfect main dish or side for vegans as well as omnivores.

The Pour 79 days ago

Off the Menu: O Ya, a Boston Favorite, Comes to New York

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A different take on Japanese food by a husband-and-wife team; Macaron Café expands; a new branch for Parm; Jimmys No. 43 reopens; and more.

The Pour 79 days ago

Pete Wells: Restaurant Review: Mission Chinese Food on the Lower East Side

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Danny Bowien & Company’s new menu features dishes that spew less fire and are more varied.

The Pour 79 days ago

Riesling: a sticky past and racy future

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This month Damian Carrington – Agency Director of Fields, Morris and Verdin – pays tribute to the Riesling grape, a varietal whose reputation has suffered in recent years, but produces exceptional wines both for sipping on their own and partnering food. There is a part of me that will forever remain a school boy, a trait […] The post Riesling...

Berrys' Wine Blog 80 days ago

What wineries need for the market

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  A recent article in Wines & Vines about the Master of Wine Bob Paulinski, who now works for BevMo, was on the topic of “Making Your Wine Brand Stand Out.” It caught my eye because, like most articles on the same topic, it asks a pertinent question—one that all wineries are asking—without providing any […]

New Book – Wine Trivia

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Wine writer Dick Rosano has finished writing and has published another wine book. Author of other these previously released wine books: Tuscan Blood: A mystery set at a winery in Tuscany Hunting Truffles:A mystery involving the grant theft of truffles in Alba, Italy Wine Heritage: The Story of Italian-American Vintners And now, Wine Trivia: In [...

Wine Blog 80 days ago

The Grocery to Serve Its Final Meal

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The modest restaurant in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, which earned stellar food ratings in the Zagat Survey, will close late this month.

The Pour 80 days ago

The Institute of Culinary Education Gets a New, Bigger Home

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The culinary school more than doubles in size, the release of a sauvignon blanc, a new automatic coffee brewer, St. Anthony’s festival, and more.

The Pour 80 days ago

Roger Vergé, a Founder of Nouvelle Cuisine, Dies at 85

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His adaptation of Provençal cooking incorporated the flavors of Africa and the Caribbean.

The Pour 80 days ago

A Senate Lunch Tradition Draws on the Flavors of Home

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For decades, Republican lawmakers have provided lunch for weekly meetings, catered by restaurants, bakeries and takeout joints from the host’s home state.

The Pour 80 days ago

Close at Hand: Jocelyn Cooper’s Workhorse of a Skillet

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A heavy cast-iron pan not too different from her grandmother’s and put to use in the same spot her grandmother once stood.

The Pour 80 days ago

6 Tips on How to Ride the Rails in Spain like a Pro

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This is a cautionary tale. We bought our tickets for 7am. It was early, but for the price we would happily manage it. But then, we were in Spain where typically late nights make a certain ruin of mornings. We went out, we had copas, we decided on a mini-siesta, […]

Catavino 80 days ago

Cookbooks: Fette Sau’s Joe Carroll Writes ‘Feeding the Fire,’ a Worthy Barbecue Primer

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“Feeding the Fire,” written with Nick Fauchald, may be the most useful book of the current season.

The Pour 80 days ago

Inaugural Discover Wine Festival in Houston to Feature 19 Texas Wineries

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Inaugural Discover Wine Festival in Houston to Feature 19 Texas Wineries The inaugural Discover Wine Festival will be held on Saturday, June 20 in downtown Houston from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. The 2015 Discover Wine Festival will be a festival within a festival since we will be part of the Springboard South Music Festival.

VintageTexas 80 days ago

Cultivar Wine Club: Happiness Delivered

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by Blair "B-Rex" LoupThese days I feel like I get everything delivered to my door. Perhaps the best and most recent gift technology has granted me is the wine club. Team Bite and Booze is part of the Cultivar Wine club which ships a mystery box of wine to our door each quarter. Because we love our readers even more than we love great wines, we'd li...

Bite and Booze 80 days ago

Rosés For Summertime Sipping

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Reviews of the Goose Bay Blanc de Pinot Noir 2013, the Domaine Lafond Roc Epine Tavel Rosé 2011 and Dupuy XO Cognac. Rosé wines are a sure sign of spring, and are ideal for warming weather. Eye-catching and customarily moderately priced, Rosés offer charming, non-complicated flavors and balanced acidity that enliven the palate. Combining the refr...

Grapelines 80 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For June 8, 2015

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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 80 days ago

A dance to the music of wine

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As reviews of the season’s country operas start to fill the broadsheets, Simon Field MW – Champagne, Rhône and Spain Buyer – advises on the sustenance required to take you from overture to final bow. Financial hardships aside, ENO is on a high at the moment and the ROH is, well, the ROH. Magnificent temples […] The post A dance to the music o...

Berrys' Wine Blog 81 days ago

Who’s on the A List of the most important California vintners?

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  I once had a sensei who was quite well known in karatedo circles for the historic role he had played in spreading this traditional Japanese martial art throughout North America in the 1950s and 1960s, thereby stoking its popularity and leading directly to Bruce Lee and Chow Yun-Fat and today’s mixed martial arts. My […]

Russian River Valley Passport, formerly Passport to Pinot

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The 2015 Russian River Valley Passport Weekend (formerly called Passport to Pinot) will be taking place on Saturday and Sunday, June 27 and 28, 2015.  More than 30 acclaimed wineries in the premier AVA for world-class Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and other cool-climate-loving varieties will share current, early, and limited release wines. The images on t...

Wine Blog 81 days ago

Apple Watch

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I have a new Apple Watch. It's a bit buggy, a first generation piece of hardware that will be out of date in a year. It's one of the most exciting things I've ever owned. My first computer was an Apple IIe in 1983. It did not have a hard drive and you had to boot it up with floppy discs each time and then put in more floppies for each program you w...

Wine Camp Blog 81 days ago

The Haggler addresses Premier Cru

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The topic of wine futures has roiling the wine world recently. Yes, the lackluster campaign for Bordeaux 2014 futures has shaken some corners. But what I'm talking about here the payment and then non-delivery of futures at Premier Cru, a retailer in Berkeley, CA. Wine discussion boards have bubbled over with frustration as consumers have […] ...

Dr Vino's wine blog 81 days ago

Special Report: G-7 Summit: No Humans Were Harmed in the Making of This Product

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Group of 7 leaders plan to discuss so-called supply chain standards -- ways of ensuring that everyday products do not come packaged with human misery.

The Pour 81 days ago

A “Chardonnay-Year” for the Texas Hill Country & Pilot Knob and Robert Clay Vineyards

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A “Chardonnay-Year” for the Texas Hill Country & Pilot Knob and Robert Clay Vineyards It was an early August day 2014, when I visited Dan McLaughlin’s Robert Clay Vineyard in Mason. I was directed by Dan to try a helping of the still remaining Chardonnay grapes in the vineyard. See http://vintagetexas.com/blog/?p=13774 . It was after

VintageTexas 82 days ago

City Kitchen: The Cherries on Top: Three Desserts for Summer

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The best early-summer dessert may be a simple bowl of cherries, but sometimes dinner guests warrant a bit more indulgence.

The Pour 83 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: Cruising with Portuguese Dolphins

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Photographer: Chrismatos Capture Date: March 29, 2010 Location: Portugal About: Portugal has two dolphinaria, one located in the southern region of the Algarve and the other in Lisbon. Together they reportedly hold a total of 25 bottlenose dolphins, while the islands are home to heaps of wild cetaceans. In Madeira, you can experience inshore sighti...

Catavino 83 days ago

A Good Appetite: Don’t Fear the Bluefish

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If you like tuna, swordfish and striped bass, you’ll adore this sustainable variety. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 83 days ago

Remembering a defunct winery, and a lesson in regional correctness

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  I don't know what made me remember the old Chateau Woltner wines. The memory just popped into my head—who knows how these things work, or why. The winery had been started by an heir to the Chateau La Mission Haut-Brion dynasty. I don’t recall the details—here’s the Wikipedia entry that says after La Mission […]

Spotlight On: Campo Viejo

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Campo Viejo was founded in 1959 by two winemakers from Rioja, Spain, Bernardo Beristain and Jose Ortigüela. The winery name, Campo Viejo, was inspired by the land in El Villar de Arnedo where Jose Ortigüela spent his childhood. Directly translated from Spanish to English, "Campo Viejo" means "old field". Situated in the heart of Rioja […]Spot...

Wine Peeps 83 days ago
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