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Furmint Adventures Episode 3: Barta Winery

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The third episode of my Furmint Adventures is now available for your viewing edu-tainment. In this episode, I get my sorry lush ass dragged up to the Öreg Király d?l? (Old King Vineyard), an ancient volcano with an historic vineyard on it that was saved from oblivion by Károly Barta, owner of Barta Winery. Of […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasti...

1 Wine Dude 65 days ago

Spanish Hard Cider: The Golden Nectar of Asturias

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Cider(Sidra) production in Spain is concentrated in Asturias and Guipúzcoa, two mountainous regions in the northern coast of the Iberian Peninsula. Both regions produce a similar style traditional cider: dry, still, and cloudy with sediment. Asturian cider is called Sidra, while the Basque name for the fermented apple nectar is […]

Catavino 65 days ago

What to drink in 2015: Rhône

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In our latest chapter on the wines to uncork in 2015, Adam Holden – Rhône Specialist – examines vintages past from this fabled French region Anyone lucky enough to have reds in the cellar from the outstanding 1985, 1989 and 1990 vintages should consider finding a good excuse to enjoy them this year; though wines from the great […] The post Wh...

Berrys' Wine Blog 65 days ago

Sutter Home Fre Non-alcoholic Wine Variety Pack

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Six bottle variety pack of non-alcoholic wines from Sutter Home vineyards. Includes one bottle of Sutter Home Fre Brut, one bottle of Sutter Home Fre Chardonnay, Sutter Home Fre Merlot, one bottle of Sutter Home Fre Moscato, one bottle of Sutter Home Fre Premium Red Blend, one bottle of Sutter Home Fre White Zinfandel. All […]

Wine Blog Pro 66 days ago

SVB study: Millennials haven’t made “a dent” in fine wine sales

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  The new Silicon Valley Bank “State of the Wine Industry 2015” report is 56 pages long. I read through every one of them, and by far the most interesting statement was this: “Millennials have yet to make a dent in the fine wine business. So why the difference between the media reports and reality?” […]

Italy's Top Wines and Winemakers - Gambero Rosso's Vini d'Italia 2015

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Pictures: Annette Schiller, Ombiasy PR and WineTours, and Pio Boffa, Pio Cesare, in PhiladelphiaSee also:4 Wine Tours by ombiasy coming up in 2015: Germany-East, Germany-South. Germany-Nord and BordeauxGermany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy, 2014Germany-South Wine Tour by ombiasy, 2014German Wine and Culture Tour by ombiasy, 2013See also:The Wines of P...

Schiller Wine 66 days ago

Melvin J. Gordon, Who Ran Tootsie Roll Industries, Dies at 95

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Mr. Gordon expanded the product line, buying brands like Charleston Chew and Junior Mints, and running the company with an iron grip.

The Pour 66 days ago

Jean-Claude Baker, ‘Son’ of Josephine Baker, Is Remembered

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After Jean-Claude Baker, owner of Chez Josephine, was found dead last week, disbelieving friends summoned memories of his improbable life.

The Pour 66 days ago

Power Lunches Are Out. Crumbs in the Keyboard Are In.

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For the new-media generation, the three-martini lunch has gone the way of the manual Rolodex.

The Pour 66 days ago

Have Questions About Winter Cooking?

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Join New York Times Food reporter Melissa Clark for a Q. and A. about winter cooking on The New York Times Facebook Page.

The Pour 66 days ago

San Diego Wineries

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Discover San Diego wineries located throughout San Diego county including Ramona, Escondido, Fallbrook, and Julian. Enjoy wine tasting at great southern California wineries. Print winery map.

Cheers2Wine Blog 66 days ago

VintageTexas Interview on Houston Matters: How the Texas Hill Country Became a Wine Destination

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VintageTexas Interview on Houston Matters: How the Texas Hill Country Became a Wine Destination I welcome you to listen to my recent interview by Craig Cohen on Houston's KUHF Houston Matters. I recorded this interview a couple weeks ago as I was nearing the release of my new book from Arcadia Publications, Texas Hill Country

VintageTexas 66 days ago

Drink Bourbon with Jay: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Want to drink bourbon? What about drinking bourbon with me at distilleries in Kentucky? Well, you're going to get your chance! Come along with Myrna Arroyo from Roux Wine Tours and myself to tour Bourbon Country from July 9-13, 2015! We'll be staying in Louisville and taking day trips to Bardstown and Frankfurt as well. We're going to be doing the ...

Bite and Booze 66 days ago

Head to the Med

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Amidst the January gloom Demetri Walters MW, Sales Manager of our Private Wine Events team, looks to sunnier climes as he celebrates the wine-producing landscape of the Mediterranean Following the inevitable post-Christmas blues, I suspect that many of you are now researching where you might book for your summer holiday. If the Mediterranean featur...

Berrys' Wine Blog 66 days ago

From the Outside, Looking In

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For most of my life I have felt like an outsider looking in. Not way outside, because I am pretty good at standing on the edge of the circle and looking like I belong. The problem is, I just never … Continue reading →

another wine blog 67 days ago

Learning from somms

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  Great time yesterday tasting wine over lunch at a fabulous restaurant, The Loft, at the Montage Resort in Laguna Beach. “Fancy-schmancy,” my grandma Rose would have called it. Chef Casey Overton’s food rocked; the pairings were excellent. Our guests were about a dozen local somms and retailers. The hours flew by and the conversation […...

Weingut Franz Keller in Oberbergen, Kaiserstuhl, Baden: Cellar Tour and Tasting with Fritz Keller “ Germany-South Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014)

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Picture: Annette Schiller and Fritz Keller During the Germany-South Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014), we had two long luncheons at 1 star Michelin restaurants: at Röttele's Restaurant im Schloss Neuweier in Neuweier and at the legendary Restaurant Schwarzer Adler of Fritz Keller in Oberbergen. As to the former, I have already reported about the spectac...

Schiller Wine 67 days ago

Faith Seidenberg, 91, Dies; Took On McSorley’s, an All-Male Haven

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Ms. Seidenberg, a civil rights lawyer, is best known for successfully suing McSorley’s Old Ale House in a case in which a judge found that sex discrimination in public accommodations is unconstitutional.

The Pour 67 days ago

From Gluten-Free Beer to Kombucha, Alcohol Options for Health-Conscious Drinkers

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The American beverage industry has introduced a number of new offerings catering to consumers, especially women, who want wholesome, low-alcohol choices.

The Pour 67 days ago

In Philadelphia, Juniper Commons Offers Comfort Grub of the ’80s With a Soundtrack

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A new restaurant from the chef Kevin Sbraga and Ben Fileccia is meant to be a flashback to the food, décor and music of that decade.

The Pour 67 days ago

DineLA Restaurant Week

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DineLA Restaurant Week is actually a two week event that happens each January. Many restaurants through Los Angeles participate by offering special menus and amazing prices.

Cheers2Wine Blog 67 days ago

Why Would Anyone Drink Old Prosecco?

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Of all the wines in the world, the last one that most people would think might be improved by aging over time in a cellar is probably Prosecco (well, actually, Myx Fusions Moscato—the fruit-infused fizz that Nicki Minaj promotes—probab...

Tasting Room 67 days ago

Off the Menu: Zuma, Mixing East and West, Is Opening on Madison Avenue

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A Japanese restaurant group introduces a New York branch; Masseria dei Vini is an uptown version of La Masseria; and other openings and chef switches.

The Pour 67 days ago

City Kitchen: Cooking With Kimchi

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Home cooks would do well to explore the preserved vegetable preparation. Kimchi is not just pickled vegetables; it’s Korean soul food.

The Pour 67 days ago

Critic on the Road: Brennan’s in New Orleans Walks the Tightrope of Tradition

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The French Quarter restaurant, which was founded in 1946, tries to overcome years of family dissent, and it starts with breakfast.

The Pour 67 days ago

Front Burner: Butter & Scotch Combines Cupcakes and Cocktails

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Allison Kave and Keavy Blueher are collaborating on a retro-style cafe and bar; a kale and walnut pesto; black garlic; and more.

The Pour 67 days ago

The sipping forecast – part one

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Under the watchful eye of our buyer and Italian wine expert David Berry Green, a trio of our winemakers reflect on the progess of Italy’s 2014 vintage Giovanni Scarfone at Bonavita, Sicily After a dry winter with little rain and higher than average temperatures we were met with a wet spring. The summer was very […] The post The sipping foreca...

Berrys' Wine Blog 67 days ago

Welch's Commercial: Talking Grapes

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Children of the Concords The average American watches more than five hours of live television every day. Somewhere in that television viewing, there are several commercials. Commercials have a way of either enticing us with their goods or just numb our brains. I know when and if I watch a channel dependent on an onslaught of commercials, it is my ...

Bites: Restaurant Report: Char in Singapore

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Two brothers are quietly trying to revolutionize the island’s Chinese-style roast meat scene.

The Pour 67 days ago

Are Wine Critics More Qualified Than Wine Bloggers?

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A friend of mine – Elaine Brown of Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews – recently sent me a note indicating that another friend of mine (David White of Terroirist) and I were mentioned in an online article over at FirstWeFeast.com that was written by yet another friend of mine, Jonathan Cristaldi. Yeah, the wine world is […] Grab The 1WineDude....

1 Wine Dude 67 days ago

SEO and wine blog pitches – beware

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When I get pitched about things that surpass my HyperText Markup Language (HTML) 101 class, I turn to Jose. I know there are a lot of things that take down my blog, because I've had so many crashes. The good news for me is my IT person is living with me, and goes into immediate […] The post SEO and wine blog pitches – beware appeared fi...

Wine Blog 68 days ago

Are single-vineyard wines better than blends?

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  Of the five wines I gave perfect scores of 100 points to during my years as a wine critic, two were blends: Cardinale 2006 and Verite 2007 La Muse. (Yes, both were Jackson Family Wines, which is one of the reasons I love working here.) If I’d thought, by the time I reviewed them, […]

Touring (and Tasting the Wines of) Vini e Distillati Angelo Delea SA, with David Delea, Switzerland

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Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller and Angelo Delea at Vini e Distillati Angelo Delea SAAs part of the 2014 Digitul Wine Communications Conference in Montreux, Switzerland, I explored the wines of Ticino during a post-conference press trip. This posting - Touring (and Tasting the Wines of) Vini e Distillati Angelo Delea SA, with David Delea, Switzerl...

Schiller Wine 68 days ago

Truchard Vineyards – a step back in time

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[…] The post Truchard Vineyards – a step back in time appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago

Everyday Economics: How Forbidding Foie Gras Increased the Appetite for It

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Telling Californians they couldn’t have foie gras has led people to use it in ways they previously didn’t.

The Pour 68 days ago

Animal Welfare at Risk in Experiments for Meat Industry

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In the past 50 years, lamb chops have gotten bigger, pork loins less fatty and steaks easier to chew — all thanks in part to the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center. But these achievements have come at a steep cost to the center’s animals.

The Pour 68 days ago

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Let’s Address the State of Food

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There are at least four crucial issues the president should mention in his speech that affect our health. But will he?

The Pour 68 days ago

Only You Can Prevent Vegetable Abuse

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Vegetables often get a very bad name. Sometimes it is deserved, but more often than not it's your fault. Yes, your fault! Mine too. Here's one half of the problem; people like me make fun of vegetables, and probably even … Continue reading →

another wine blog 68 days ago

Jolie Pearl Sets the Bar for Oysters

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Beausoleil Oysters at Jolie PearlJolie Pearl, located at 315 North Blvd.Recently I had the opportunity to check out one of Baton Rouge's newest and most hyped restaurants, Jolie Pearl. The downtown oyster bar, situated across from the North Boulevard's Town Square, serves raw and cooked oysters that delight the senses. Upon entering the old Jobe's ...

Bite and Booze 68 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For January 19, 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 68 days ago

Interview with Nelson Carvalheiro: Award Winning Portuguese Travel Writer

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Editor's Note: Today we're heading off the beaten path to introduce Nelson Carvalheiro, an award winning Portuguese travel and photo blogger who's been garnering heaps of attention for his dynamic and passionate tales. We, however, are more interested in what causes saudades (homesickness) when he's thousands of miles from home.  What instigated yo...

Catavino 68 days ago

What some of today’s digital writers are being paid these days

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Web 2.0 launched; it opened the flood gates to digital writers. The playing field became a time lapsed frenzy on the field, like at the end of a Super Bowl. So many writers, almost free talent, if publishers are willing to switch off history for a while. That crashed many of those traditional jobs for […] The post What some of today's digital...

Wine Blog 69 days ago

On the art of blending

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  The new book The Winemaker’s Hand, which contains interviews of winemakers, is a testament to the art of blending. “Blending is very intuitive…it’s neither linear nor logical,” Cathy Corison tells author Natalie Berkowitz, adding, “A plus B doesn’t equal A plus B.” Her fellow Napan, Bill Dyer, refers to the “hunches and perceptions” involved...

Weingut Bickel-Stumpf in Franken: Vineyard Walk and Wine Tasting with Reimund Stumpf, Matthias Stumpf and Melanie Stumpf-Kröger - Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014)

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Picture: In the Vineyard with Reimund Stumpf, Weingut Bickel-StumpfThe Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014) took us to 2 exceptional winemakers in the Franken region. One of them was Weingut Bickel-Stumpf in Frickenhausen.Picture: Welcome at Weingut Bickel-Stumpf - Melanie Stumpf-Kröger Weingut Bickel-Stumpf is a typical family run winery and...

Schiller Wine 69 days ago

2012 Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Forty Licks Merlot Mendocino County 750 mL

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To capture the essence of Forty Licks, the 40 tracks that cover the Rolling Stone's career, Winemaker Mark Beaman chose to work with Merlot. This varietal captures the comfort of turning to a solid classic that stands the test of time. Much like the band itself, Mendocino County winemaking stays true to its roots with […]

Wine Blog Pro 70 days ago

A Good Appetite: Lemon Bars With a Touch of the Tart and the Tangy

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Olive oil and sea salt bring complexity and sophistication to this lemon bar recipe. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 71 days ago

The fondue delimma and the Swiss Franc surge

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The Swiss franc surged in foreign currency trading yesterday as the central bank decided to stop defending the 1.20 floor with the euro. Last trade in the EURCHF was 0.99, so that's a 20% surge for the Swissie. The CEO of Swatch was appalled at the currency move will likely send prices higher in foreign […] The post The fondue delimma and the...

Dr Vino's wine blog 71 days ago

Anthony's Italian Deli Glows on Government!

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Anythony's famous muffolettaFor years now I've raved about the muffoletta at Anthony’s Italian Deli. An elegant combination of olive salad, mortadella, salami, mozzarella, ham, and provolone sandwiched between round Sicilian sesame bread, the muffoletta might just be the perfect sandwich. In fact, Country Roads Magazine named it the best sandwich i...

Bite and Booze 71 days ago

Good times for DTC

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  Ever since I’ve been a wine writer—the 1980s—direct-to-consumer sales has been the Holy Grail of wineries. Why pay a middleman a cut of the profits when you can make 100% of every dollar by selling direct? In the 1990s and early 2000s, though, DTC was as elusive as unicorns. Some wineries did a lot […]

No answer is an answer

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No answer is an answer, if you don't understand that yet. When "no" is an answer, it t can mean several things: The person is on vacation The person isn't quite sure what to say and needs more time to think about it It's a "no," but the person is not even going to get […] The post No answer is an answer appeared first on Wine Blog....

Wine Blog 72 days ago
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