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2012 Cornerstone Cellars Cabernet Franc Black Label We believe in the power of blending the classic Bordeaux varieties for the same reason the French do: it makes the wines better. Cabernet provides the power and structure, merlot texture and aromatics and cabernet franc is a bit like MSG as it lifts, brightens and adds excitement t...

Wine Camp Blog 68 days ago

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The Zichron Ya'akov Ramat HaNadiv Wine Festival is returning on March 25-26 Come get a taste of the Carmel's culinary wealth, and meet the creative folk behind the food scene at the first Winefest ever held in Ramat Hanadiv's magnificent gardens. In early April, dozens of wineries from the Carmel region will gather here to […]...

2009 Donedei Columbia Valley Merlot 750 mL

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After harvest, these grapes were cold-soaked for 3-4 days depending upon lot. The wine was fermented to dryness after inoculation with a proprietary yeast blend. One hundred percent free-run juice was then added to barrel, where it was aged for approximately 24 months before bottling. An additional 13 months of bottle age was given to […]

Wine Blog Pro 68 days ago

Wine News (62)

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Bernard Pivot with the artists Here is a theater show by two comedians which is centered on wine, it's humoristic, on one side there is a man who likes the high-end wines with prestigious pedigree, on the other side a...

Boutique revolution puts Israeli wines on world map

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Read the full article In the rolling pine-covered hills west of Jerusalem, winemaker Eran Pick checks on the vines he cultivates, plying an ancient trade which has been common to the area since biblical times. "For 3,000 years wine has been produced in these hills," says Pick, 40, who is trained in a mix of […]

The pressure of things (Champagne)

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During the recent week-long episode of "deflate-gate," another dad at a youth basketball game leaned over and asked me, "How do you feel about the important matters of our day, such as Tom Brady's balls?" Frankly, I hadn't heard so much talk about pounds per square inch since the last sparkling wine seminar I attended. […] The post The pressu...

Dr Vino's wine blog 70 days ago

The Slow Cooker, Redeemed

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The slow cooker need not produce mush. But many recipes call for too much cooking time.

The Pour 70 days ago

City Kitchen: Meatloaf That Conquers the Mundane

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Polpettone, or Italian meatloaf, is always well seasoned, made with care and served with gusto.

The Pour 70 days ago

G.M.O. Apples Are Approved for Growing in the United States

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It will probably be several years before the fruit, which resists browning when sliced or bruised, shows up in grocery stores.

The Pour 70 days ago

A Good Appetite: A Moroccan Stew With Spice and Sweetness

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A recipe with chickpeas and chard is satisfying and light at the same time, as a vegetarian main course or as a side dish to roasted meats or fish. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 70 days ago

The Elm, Paul Liebrandt’s Brooklyn Restaurant, Is Closing

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Sunday will be the last day for the acclaimed chef’s hotel spot in Williamsburg.

The Pour 70 days ago

Channeling Your Inner Somm At Fix.com

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Yo lovebirds (and those who recently dumped people and hate lovebirds at the moment)! My latest piece for Fix.com is now available; in this round, their inimitable graphics team has put some stellar visuals to the tune of my words explaining the Whys behind the now-ubiquitous "proper"step-by-step procedure for tasting fine wines. I'd advise a [R...

1 Wine Dude 70 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: The Lush Green Landscape of Portugal

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Photographer: Ryan Opaz Capture Date: October 16, 2014 Location: Douro, Portugal About: Lush, green, gorgeous – these three words have described northern Portugal over and over again. It's a land rich in moss, wild mushrooms and vines. It's no wonder that wine here is called "Vinho Verde" (green wine). Desktop Wallpaper: To download this [...

Catavino 70 days ago

A fine and frosty expedition

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The newest member of our Fine Wine team, Nick Stewart, recounts the adventures of the team’s trip to the decidedly chilly Rhône, from transport concerns to canteen offerings, via a few of the wines from the 2013 vintage. I first visited the Rhône Valley four years ago and suffice to say that the itinerary wasn’t […] The post A fine and frosty...

Berrys' Wine Blog 70 days ago

Petite Sirah FAQs ~ People are still asking, after all of these years

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My very first blog posting on December 29, 2005, this was my first wine blog topic. I'm doubling back over 14 years later, and not mush has changed, in terms of the questions surrounding this intriguing and exclusive wine grape variety. If you've been lucky to taste some spectacular ones, you're a rare palate in […] The post Petite Sirah FAQs...

Wine Blog 70 days ago

Mixing Shisha Flavors T? Create N?w On??

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Obviously, th?r? ?r? ?lr??d? w?? t?? m?n? hookah shisha flavors, but wh? n?t create ??m?thing completely n?w ju?t f?r th? fun ?f it? Y?u ??n totally control th? flavor ?f ??ur smoke b? mixing th? b??t shisha flavors ?nd make ??m?thing awesome. H?r? I’m g?ing t? share a ton ?f m? personal “recipes” th?t I […]

Wine writing when you can’t taste or smell?

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  Lovely, inspiring article on the BBC’s website about about Andrew Hedley, a British-born New Zealand winemaker (Framingham Wines) who developed throat cancer and had to have his larynx removed, which had a devastating effect on his ability to smell and taste. “Anything that goes into my nose or mouth now goes straight to my […]

The 11 Winemakers: Rieslingfeier 2015 in New York City, USA

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Pictures: Standing: Johannes Weber, Hofgut Falkenstein, Mosel (Saar), Christian Vogt, Weingut Karthäuserhof, Mosel (Ruwer), Klaus Peter Keller, Weingut Keller, Rheinhessen, Gernot Kollmann, Weingut Immich-Batterieberg, Mose,Egon Müller, Weingut Egon Müller, Mosel (Saar)Sitting: Johannes Selbach, Weingut Selbach-Oster, Mosel, Julia Keller, Weing...

Schiller Wine 71 days ago

Wines of The Times: Wine Review: Côte Chalonnaise Reds

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The best Côte Chalonnaise reds convey what makes Burgundy ideal for pinot noir wines, and often at far more affordable rates.

The Pour 71 days ago

Italy's Philosopher-Genius of Wine

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Italy’s Josko Gravner is the only winemaker I’ve met who keeps a simple wooden chair in his cellar just so he can sit down there and think about his wine. Is he making it the right way? Should he have a different approach? Is it truly ...

Tasting Room 71 days ago

5 Pink Sparkling Wines for Valentine's Day

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There are many things you could drink for Valentine’s Day, depending on the nature of your relationship: a snazzy cocktail at a dark bar (hot date), a cold Bud in front of the TV (married for 40 years), milk (you’re 8 years old and liv...

Tasting Room 71 days ago

Portugal is for Lovers: Make It Your Romantic Getaway

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Have you heard of Prince Pedro and Inês de Castro? I'm assuming no…but you should! They're Portugal’s real life star-crossed lovers. The two lived a forbidden affair that ended in tragedy. The backdrop to this story was the royal palace of Quinta das Lagrimas, today a luxury hotel. A stone’s throw […]

Catavino 71 days ago

Hungry City: Patacon Pisao on the Lower East Side

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At Patacon Pisao, the headliner is a Venezuelan sandwich bookended by unripe fried plantains that don’t absorb flavor, but provide it.

The Pour 71 days ago

Go Underground for Valentine’s Day! **Giveaway**

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[…] The post Go Underground for Valentine's Day! **Giveaway** appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 71 days ago

Three Blind Mice: A Hoppy Experiment

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by Blair "B-Rex" LoupSix IPAs blind tasted by Brenton Day, Eric Ducote, and Chuck P.Before working for Bite and Booze, I wasn't much of a beer drinker. Mainly because I was in college and most of the beer that surrounded me tasted like water gone wrong.After tasting Saint Arnold's Santo, I wanted to learn more about different beer styles and the cr...

Bite and Booze 71 days ago

Throwaway Thursday: Notes from the road

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  Spent part of yesterday blending again with Marcia Monahan, the winemaker at Matanzas Creek. This time, it was putting together the winery’s flagship “Journey” Sauvignon Blanc. This would be a tedious exercise, if one didn’t enjoy it so much, which I certainly do. It makes it all the more pleasant in that Marcia and […]

What to drink in 2015: Champagne

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In the most recent instalment in our series on the vintages to enjoy this year, Edwin Dublin – Champagne Specialist and Assistant Manager of our London Shop – takes a look at the Champagnes that are shining now. Champagne has a heady number of styles to enjoy in 2015. Growers are still pushing the envelope, often using sustainable […] The pos...

Berrys' Wine Blog 71 days ago

Earth day at Iron Horse with Kevin Jorgeson ~ 2015

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Always climbing to new heights, Joy Sterling of Iron Horse Vineyards nabs Kevin Jorgeson as a guest speaker. From Joy Sterling: I am very excited to announce that our speaker for Celebrate Earth Day in Green Valley will be Kevin Jorgeson, who free climbed the 3,000-foot Dawn Wall of El Capitan, with climbing partner Tommy […] The post Earth d...

Wine Blog 71 days ago

Agriloro SA in Ticino, Switzerland: Dinner with Owner Meinrad Perler and Winery Tour

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Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller and Meinrad Perler, Agriloro SA As 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 “ Agriloro SA in Ticino, Switzerland: Dinner with Owner Meinrad Perler and Winery Tour - is the ninth in a series of po...

Schiller Wine 72 days ago

Be Mine: The Big Valentine Food That Isn’t Chocolate

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One food is overwhelmingly associated with Feb. 14: those old-fashioned chalky-textured hearts with corny messages printed on them.

The Pour 72 days ago

Cold water on the “red wine myth”?

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Researchers have poured cold sauvignon blanc on the idea that red wine is good for your health. Eegad, it was all a chimera! The new study, published in the British Medical Journal, makes a methodological point: previous studies looking at the effect of red wine an health had grouped respondents into drinkers and non-drinkers. But, […] The po...

Dr Vino's wine blog 72 days ago

Wine and Memories

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Review of Four Gates Pinot Noir 2009 and Westland American Single Malt Whiskey. One of the lovely things about wine is the way drinking of a particularly pleasant one can stir an involuntary memory and evoke recollections of the past without conscious effort. Likewise, wine can sometimes cue a subconscious mental filtering and sifting of long ago ...

Grapelines 72 days ago

Eat: A Measured Approach to Cooking

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When it comes to recipes, remember that everything’s relative.

The Pour 72 days ago

Maker's Mark Whisky: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Maker's Mark WhiskyIt seems as though I may have turned my back on Marker's Mark. While my score came in higher than the average, it still didn't raise the mean by all that much. I used to be a fan, so I'm not sure what happened. Perhaps I had just been a victim of marketing or perhaps I really just never compared it to anything but Jack Daniels wh...

Bite and Booze 72 days ago

Chateau Ste. Michelle Delivers Serious Bang for Your Buck

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Chateau Ste. Michelle is Washington State’s founding winery with its roots dating back to the repeal of Prohibition. In 1976, Ste. Michelle built a French-style chateau in Woodinville, just northeast of Seattle. While all of Chateau Ste. Michelle’s vineyards are located on the east side of the Cascade Mountains, all of their white wines are […...

Wine Peeps 72 days ago

True chocolate

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As both Valentine’s Day and Easter approach, Peter Newton – chocolate afficionado and member of our Fine Wine team – considers the parallels between fine chocolate and fine wine. With Valentine’s Day fast-approaching, acquiring an appropriate box of chocolates is top of the shopping list; but, as a new trend sweeps the chocolate market, the old go-...

Berrys' Wine Blog 72 days ago

TBNT – Thanks, but no thanks

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One of my bosses turned me onto TBNT… Thanks, but no thanks. I find that I use it a lot (at least in my head) as I read queries regarding my blog. First of all, if you think my blog is all that and you're still asking me to write for my blog, you didn't […] The post TBNT – Thanks, but no thanks appeared first on Wine Blog....

Wine Blog 72 days ago

2009 Grgich Hills Estate Napa Valley Merlot 750 mL

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For the third year in a row, Napa Valley received only two-thirds of its average rainfall in 2009, which reduced crop levels somewhat. Spring was essentially frost-free, and a relatively cool summer with no drastic heat surges brought smooth, even grape development. Just before harvest a few days of heat ensured perfect ripeness and allowed […...

Wine Blog Pro 72 days ago

Could Sauvignon Blanc be entering a golden era?

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  I’m not surprised that Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir are “on the rise” in U.S. sales, as reported in Lewis Perdue’s Wine Industry Insight. We all know Pinot Noir is hot, hot, hot. People also talk about the popularity of red wine blends but I have my doubts about their staying power. There have […]

German Wine Dinner with Hanno Zilliken, Weingut Forstmeister Geltz-Zilliken, at Rasika in Washington DC, USA

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Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller and Hanno Zilliken, Weingut Forstmeister Geltz-Zilliken, at Rasika in Washington DCMac Arthur Beverages announced it as a once in a lifetime opportunity to dine at one of DC's best restaurants in an intimate setting with legendary German winemaker Hanno Zilliken. This legendary estate in the Saar has been turning o...

Schiller Wine 73 days ago

Decrees Governing France’s Bakeries Prompt a Wider Debate on Work Rules

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The decrees governing bakeries play into a serious debate about whether the country can change its work rules and make other adjustments to counter high unemployment and a morose economy.

The Pour 73 days ago

Off the Menu: Maria Loi Is Back in Business

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The Greek celebrity chef has a new project on the West Side, and more restaurant news.

The Pour 73 days ago

The Kitchen-Counter Chocolatiers

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A small but growing cohort of people is dedicated to making chocolate at home, a pursuit rooted in the proliferation of American-style, bean-to-bar chocolate.

The Pour 73 days ago

Virtual Twitter Tasting: Hope Family Wines

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Last week I had the opportunity to participate in a Virtual Twitter Tasting. It's been a few years since I have particpated in one, but when I do, I always enjoy them. They are quick, yet fun. How tough is it to sit in front of your computer with three bottles of wine, sip on them, and then tweet up some wine tasting notes? This Twitter Tasting in...

I am moving back to Greece

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Ever since my family and I relocated to Germany 18 months ago, my life has been out of balance. It has taken a lot of energy and effort for my children to get settled into their new home, and indeed into the different way of life. I tried to walk the tightrope by keeping up […]

Elloinos 73 days ago

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Kao Soy in Red Hook, Brooklyn

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The offerings from the northern Thai menu can prove too tempting for the tables to handle.

The Pour 73 days ago

Furmint Adventures Episode 6: Sauska Winery

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Peeps! Here's episode 6 of my Furmint adventures in Tokaj, in which I visit Sauska Winery, and give them grief over their green harvest practices. Ok, so I am sometimes not such a gracious guest. Oh, yeah – I also do a fan dance. Anyway… The wines are excellent, and the scenery typically gorgeous, so […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Ta...

1 Wine Dude 73 days ago

Where to Find the Best Carnival Celebrations in Portugal

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Carnival conjures images of brightly decorated floats, scantily clad dancing women, and a party that lasts for weeks on end, equivalent to New Orleans’ Mardi Gras. Of any other celebration, Carnival is beloved in Europe! (photo by Rosino) But what is Carnival? Historically, during the six weeks of Lent, one was expected to be conservative in [̷...

Catavino 73 days ago

Notes from Down Under

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Following a trip Down Under, Katherine Dart MW, Buying Manager of our wholesale arm, ponders the exciting potential and remarkable appeal of Australia’s wine-scene. “The people are immensely likable— cheerful, extrovert, quick-witted, and unfailingly obliging…The food is excellent. The beer is cold. The sun nearly always shines. There is coffee on ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 73 days ago

Vintage Wine news from Friuli

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From Friuli with love… The benefits of having a wine blog is that it daily continues my wine education, beyond what I'm learning and writing about our clients. Clients pay me to keep up, so that keeping up has to do with information that will benefit them directly. Yes, social media is also moving that […] The post Vintage Wine news fro...

Wine Blog 73 days ago
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