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Live Blogging: Grassini Wines Sauvignon Blanc

 Mark As Read    

[…]The post Live Blogging: Grassini Wines Sauvignon Blanc appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago

Live Blogging: Ferrari-Carano Fume Blanc

 Mark As Read    

[…]The post Live Blogging: Ferrari-Carano Fume Blanc appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago

Live Blogging: Danza del Sol Vermentino

 Mark As Read    

[…]The post Live Blogging: Danza del Sol Vermentino appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago

Speed Tasting: Aridus Malvasia Blanca

 Mark As Read    

[…]The post Speed Tasting: Aridus Malvasia Blanca appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago

Live Blogging: Buttonwood Farm Sauvignon Blanc

 Mark As Read    

[…]The post Live Blogging: Buttonwood Farm Sauvignon Blanc appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago

Live Blogging: 2012 Jordan Chardonnay

 Mark As Read    

[…]The post Live Blogging: 2012 Jordan Chardonnay appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago

Live Blogging: Rios de Chile Sauvignon Blanc

 Mark As Read    

[…]The post Live Blogging: Rios de Chile Sauvignon Blanc appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago

Live Blogging: Consilience Wine Viognier

 Mark As Read    

[…]The post Live Blogging: Consilience Wine Viognier appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago

City Kitchen: Recipes for Room-Temperature Pasta Dishes

 Mark As Read    

When the weather is sweltering, opt for lighter, cooler pasta salads that incorporate summer’s fresh produce.

The Pour 68 days ago

Netherlands: Street Food Bite and Booze of the World Cup

 Mark As Read    

While the Netherlands get ready to square off against Brazil at 3pm tomorrow for third place, we're going to take another trip along the street food guide to the FIFA World Cup 2014! There's an abundance of street foods in the Netherlands and most of them are fried balls of something or french fries with a peanut sauce, mayonnaise, and diced onions...

Bite and Booze 69 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: Exotic Landscapes of the Douro

 Mark As Read    

Photographer: Rui Santos Costa Capture Date: June 27th, 2014 Location: Mesão Frio (Douro Scala), Portugal About: This photo was taken during our family vacation at Quinta do Paço de Cidadelhe. I normally take all of my gear with me, as I enjoy taking morning walks in the early morning. However on this particular day, […]

Catavino 69 days ago

Dolce Vita: Bite and Booze Radio Show presented by Calandro's Supermarket

 Mark As Read    

Chef Bogdan and I in front of his Nepalese oven made with the clay of Mt. Vesuvius!Taking the Bite and Booze Radio Show on the road to New Orleans meant a visit to my old buddy Chef Bogdan at Dolce Vita Wood Fired Pizza. You may know him better as the fiery Romanian that had a Baton Rouge food truck with a wood fired brick oven inside his trailer. ...

Bite and Booze 69 days ago

Not Seeing Bottom Line Impact From Wine Social Media Efforts? Then You’re Using It Incorrectly!

 Mark As Read    

Disappointed that your wine sales aren't seeing an impact from your social media efforts? Then this study of the social media impacts experienced by nearly 400 U.S. wineries strongly suggests that you are approaching social media incorrectly. Which will come as a surprise to exactly.no-one who reads this big regularly. http://www.winebusiness.com/n...

1 Wine Dude 69 days ago

Wines appealing to the adverturer inside of you ~ Rocca Sveva

 Mark As Read    

There's a group called the Wine Century Club, of which I'm a member. All you need to do is track how many different varieties that you've enjoyed… even if those varieties are in a blended wine. It almost feels like cheating; but those are their rules, and rules are rules. When I started I thought, […] The post Wines appealing to the adv...

Wine Blog 69 days ago

LIVE! From #WBC2014, it’s the Wine Bloggers Conference

 Mark As Read    

  It starts today. Although I’m not one of those FWCs (famous wine critics) anymore, the WBC people nonetheless invited me down to do a series of panels on wine writing, apparently because I’m still a wine writer! There are actually two related panels: One on the art of wine writing itself, and in the […]

The German Wine Princess Sabine Wagner at MacArthur Beverages in Washington DC, US

 Mark As Read    

Picture: German Wine Princess Sabine Wagner and MacArthur Beverages German Portfolio Boss Phil Bernstein Wine Majesties have a long tradition in Germany. Basically all wine villages, wine regions and the country as a whole have wine queens and wine princesses. Of course, the crème de la crème are the national wine majesties, the German Wine Queen...

Schiller Wine 69 days ago

Recipes for Health: These Fruits Were Made for Grilling

 Mark As Read    

Just a few minutes on a grill brings out juices and warms up summer fruit like peaches, apricots and watermelon, which can served simply with a honey and lemon zest, or used in salads and crêpes.

The Pour 69 days ago

Savory Lanes That Are So Not Food Courts

 Mark As Read    

A new generation of fun zones blending gastronomy, a hip aesthetic and a low-key ambience have sprung up in New York City.

The Pour 69 days ago

Hungry City: Khao Kang in Elmhurst, Queens

 Mark As Read    

At Khao Kang, the Thai food at the steam table is not labeled, but the layers of flavor make themselves known.

The Pour 69 days ago

G.D. Vajra in Barolo – “clean traditionalist”

 Mark As Read    

Giuseppe Vaira was caught in a fight when he was in elementary school. It wasn’t the sort of meet-you-at-the-bike-racks kind of thing. No, it encapsulated what might happen only to the son of a winemaker, or even the son of a Barolo winemaker. He was classmates with two other kids who were also from wine […] The post G.D. Vajra in Barolo R...

Dr Vino's wine blog 69 days ago

Iran: Street Food Bite and Booze of the World Cup

 Mark As Read    

I hope you've all been enjoying the street food guide to the FIFA World Cup 2014 as much as I have! For this segment of the street food guide, we're headed to Iran for some classic street food. A lot of these blue collar worker, pedestrian commuter type countries are big on street food. It's a convenient way to grab a bite on the road without waiti...

Bite and Booze 70 days ago

Pursuits: Sampling Sweet Slices of Memphis Pies

 Mark As Read    

A guided-by-sugar pie crawl, getting to know the town along the way.

The Pour 70 days ago

Top 5 Places to Surf in Portugal

 Mark As Read    

Beyond the festivals, concerts and cultural activities in Portugal, lies a community of people who ride on boards like chariots upon the sea. I'm proud to be part of this clan, addicted at a young age by the peaceful feeling of being immersed in the sea. Over the years, I have visited […]

Catavino 70 days ago

“Tough To Spit” (Dispatch From 2014 San Francisco International Wine Competition)

 Mark As Read    

Every once in a while, you get a gig that is so good, you just have to pinch yourself to test if it’s all real and you’re actually getting paid to have so much fun. Such was the case at the 2014 San Francisco International Wine Competition, which wrapped up a couple of weeks ago […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start getting more...

1 Wine Dude 70 days ago

Old Mission & Leelanau Winery Passport + Radio station success story

 Mark As Read    

Once upon a time… There are many "once upon a times" for me. I remember when I first began Diaz Communications, Page Poulos reached out to me. At the time, she owned Paige Poulos Communications, Inc.. She congratulated me on taking that independent step. And she warned me, "Always be looking" [for new clients]. Then, […] The post Old Mi...

Wine Blog 70 days ago

What is a “crown jewel”? Can there be more than one?

 Mark As Read    

  In the mid-1970s, writer David Darlington tells us in the June issue of Wine & Spirits, “Robert Mondavi defined [the Inglenook Estate vineyard] for [Francis Ford Coppola] as the crown jewel of Napa Valley.” The wine world loves crown jewels. Petrus has been called the crown jewel of Pomerol; ditto the DRC in Burgundy. […]

Europe`s Largest Wine and Spirits Retailers

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller with Bordeaux Guru Rene Gabriel, who was until 2005 for 15 Years the Head of Purchase at Mövenpick and now is a Consultant with Mövenpick, here at Mövenpick, FrankfurtGerman Wine Journalist Mario Scheuermann issued an interesting posting on his web page Weinreporter's DrinkTank recently with a list of the largest...

Schiller Wine 70 days ago

Whiskey Cane and Flight School: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

 Mark As Read    

Whiskeycane at Lock & KeySometimes I need a delicious cocktail to get me through the day. While Whisk(e)y Wednesday usually features various worldly whiskies by themselves, we sometimes can't resist featuring a whiskey based cocktail that'll make your mouth water. Take, for example, the Whiskeycane at Lock & Key. A play on the famous New Or...

Bite and Booze 70 days ago

New York City has the world’s best wine lists: WFW

 Mark As Read    

New York City has the most top wine lists in the world according to a new ranking from the World of Fine Wine. London is second, San Francisco third, and Chicago fourth according to the British publication, which rolled out the annual awards for best wine lists for the first time this year. Instead of […] The post New York City has the world'...

Dr Vino's wine blog 70 days ago

2012 Testarossa Winery Sierra Madre Vineyard Chardonnay 750 mL

 Mark As Read    

The 2012 vintage in the Santa Maria Valley was picture perfect with no significant weather episodes, creating a long growing season with record hang time producing complex and intense fruit.Price:$45.00 Read more Wine term of the day... Powered By Wine Dictionary Plugin

Wine Blog Pro 70 days ago

A Summer Shellfish Recipe

 Mark As Read    

  INGREDIENTS: 1 750-ml bottle dry white wine 2 1/2 pounds small new potatoes, about 1″ in diameter 8 live lobsters, about 1 1/4 pounds each 8 large eggs 8 ears of corn, husked, halved 4 celery stalks, cut diagonally into 1/2″ pieces 1 1/2 pounds spicy smoked sausage (such as linguiça, kielbasa, or andouille), […]

Dean and DeLuca RSS 70 days ago

5 Ways to Celebrate the Summer of Riesling

 Mark As Read    

Yes: The Summer of Riesling has officially started. So what does that mean for you? In case you missed the first six iterations of this restaurant-centric lovefest for all things Riesling, what happens is that, beginning June 21, a plethora of res...

Tasting Room 71 days ago

Japan: Street Food Bite and Booze of the World Cup

 Mark As Read    

South America had a rough day yesterday, so we're going to take today's street food guide to the FIFA World Cup 2014 far, far away from Brazil. Japan is a country full of people on the go. There are probably a million different street food options to choose from, but today we're going to take a look at their Ikayaki and Japanese Hitachino Nest Beer...

Bite and Booze 71 days ago

Summer Wines

 Mark As Read    

Reviews of some enjoyable value-priced summer wines. The US is now the world’s leader in wine consumption. The latest figures show that Americans enjoyed 329 million cases of wine in 2013, an 18% increase over 2005. This easily put the US past the traditional European frontrunners including Italy and France. The US also bettered China which recent...

Grapelines 71 days ago

Eat: Not Your Ordinary Bananas Foster

 Mark As Read    

A bread pudding with roots in New Orleans and New York.

The Pour 71 days ago

60 different grape varieties, what would you do with them: Acorn Winery has an answer…

 Mark As Read    

A question that I can't help but ask, "If you grew 60 different grape varieties, what would you do with them?" The reason for asking this is that I just met with Bill and Betty Nachbaur of Acorn Winery, for a second time. I say second time, because I met with both of them, not […] The post 60 different grape varieties, what would you do with ...

Wine Blog 71 days ago

Win tickets to Wine School

 Mark As Read    

To celebrate the launch of our Autumn/Winter season of tastings, dinners and events, we are offering you the chance to win a pair of tickets to a rather unusual Wine School event. For those who really love their wine – and it seems safe to assume that, as you're reading this, you do – there […]The post Win tickets to Wine School a...

Berrys' Wine Blog 71 days ago

Kauai’d out!

 Mark As Read    

Call it island fever. No blog today! Back tomorrow.

Slate meets Limestone (Schiefer trifft Muschelkalk): Weingut Hofmann in Rheinhessen and Weingut WillemsWillems in the Saar, Germany

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Winemaker Couple Jürgen Hofmann and Carolin Hofmann (nee Willems), Weingut Hofmann in Rheinhessen and Weingut WillemsWillems in the Saar (Mosel)Weingut Hofmann in Rheinhessen and Weingut WillemsWillems in the Saar (Mosel) are jointly led and owned by the winemaker couple Jürgen Hofmann and Carolin Hofmann (nee Willems). They both studie...

Schiller Wine 71 days ago

Mito Inoue, Auvergne (Loire)

 Mark As Read    

Mito Inoue on her terraced Pinot Blanc Champeix, Auvergne (Loire - pink patch on bottom-right of the map) I had heard for a while and on a few occasions that a young Japanese woman was making wine in the remote...

Critic’s Notebook: Dishes Worthy of Instagram, but Not Your Appetite

 Mark As Read    

Social media makes food photos go viral, but some chefs seem to be sacrificing the flavor for the Instagram photo.

The Pour 71 days ago

Front Burner: At Mimi Cheng’s, Dumplings Are the Family Business

 Mark As Read    

Two sisters are using their mother’s recipes, and more dining news.

The Pour 71 days ago

Colombia: Street Food Bite and Booze of the World Cup

 Mark As Read    

The end of the FIFA World Cup 2014 is nigh! In celebration of the great matches we've seen thus far, I'm going to be posting a couple of two-a-days because I just can't get enough of the World Cup! Next up today is Colombia where we're talking about Colombian Empanadas and the Aguardiente Sour.Photo Credit: acozykitchen.comThe main difference betwe...

Bite and Booze 71 days ago

Wine School: Your Next Lesson: Zinfandel

 Mark As Read    

Trying three zinfandels more or less encompassing that wine’s range of styles.

The Pour 71 days ago

Wine School: The Sweet Surprise of Dry Riesling

 Mark As Read    

Three bottles of dry riesling that may be hard to find but are worth the effort display a combination of strength and delicacy, finesse and elegance.

The Pour 71 days ago

Microwaved and Messy, Not Stirred

 Mark As Read    

Joe and Misses Doe tinkers with cocktails to create unique concoctions at their East Village bar.

The Pour 72 days ago

Honduras: Street Food Bite and Booze of the World Cup

 Mark As Read    

It's time to put on some elastic waistband pants and sit down to another segment of the street food guide to the FIFA World Cup 2014! Honduras is home to lots of cheap street eats and bottled beers. Today we're going to take a look at baleadas, an extremely popular street snack and Salva Vida, a popular Honduran brew.Photo Credit: blogs.houstonpres...

Bite and Booze 72 days ago

Finding Bigfoot: ROI in Social Media is Not a Mythical Beast

 Mark As Read    

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked the same question, “ What is the ROI of social media?” You may have even asked it yourself. The problem with this question is that it is inherently flawed. ROI means Return On Investment and does not always directly relate to a correlation in sales. For example, if you advertis...

Vin 65 72 days ago

How The Pros Taste (Wine Bloggers Conference 2014)

 Mark As Read    

This weekend, I’ll be partying at attending the 2014 Wine Bloggers Conference in Santa Barbara, an area with which, I’m happy to say, I am now quite familiar, and where I have quite a few friends trying to make a living in this crazy wine business of ours. During the first full day of the […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start ge...

1 Wine Dude 72 days ago
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