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New F.D.A. Nutrition Labels Would Make ‘Serving Sizes’ Reflect Actual Servings

 Mark As Read    

The Food and Drug Administration will propose major changes to nutrition labels on food packages, including more prominent calorie counts and the adjustment of some portion sizes.

The Pour 55 days ago

2014 Israeli Wine Festival Season Approaching

 Mark As Read    

Although there are wine events and festivals all year long in Israel, the largest tend to happen outside during our dry season (which happens historically between Passover in the spring and Sukkot in the fall). In the beautiful climate of a Mediterranean region, enjoying wine outside during the evening seems a natural inclination and entitlement [&...

Neighbors Seek to Prevent Return of Chumley’s to Greenwich Village

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A lawsuit is challenging the decision to grant a new liquor license to the bar, which has been closed since a wall collapsed in 2007.

The Pour 55 days ago

Fresh Produce Comes to the Bronx via a Veggie Mart on Wheels

 Mark As Read    

The leader of a South Bronx nonprofit group is filling an old school bus with a cornucopia of locally and organically grown vegetables and fruit and taking it to the streets.

The Pour 55 days ago

Wine of the Week: Artezin Mendocino Zinfandel 2012 (CA) $16

 Mark As Read    

  The 2012 Artezin Zinfandel from Menocino County rocks out with massive raspberry fruit wrapped up in spicy cinnamon and black pepper on the nose.  The palate brings out extended fruit sequences ranging from juicy raspberry to dense plum with black pepper, black licorice and pumpkin pie spice playing a consistent jig on the background p...

About.com Wine 55 days ago

Japanese wines & sake in Paris

 Mark As Read    

Kei Miyagawa speaking about the Japanese wines Paris, 18th arrondissement I happen to have attended two unrelated private tasting events in private appartments recently where Japanese sommeliers were letting amateurs/professionals like me and others taste and experience what Japan had...

Recipes for Health: Quinoa Spaghetti With Cauliflower, Almonds, Tomatoes and Chickpeas

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Cauliflower is often matched with pasta in Italy; this version is all about texture.

The Pour 55 days ago

Society South: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Calandro's Supermarket

 Mark As Read    

I'm very excited to announce the launch of Society South, a new modern southern experience publication based out of Auburn, AL. The reason I'm excited to announce such a magazine and website is because I'm one of their featured booze writers! And with that, I'll be able to do even more whiskey writing like I did in this post about the Garrison Brot...

Bite and Booze 55 days ago

Open That Bottle Night 2014 [Wow! Alert]

 Mark As Read    

This year’s Open That Bottle Night was last Saturday, February 22. Open That Bottle Night, created by former Wall Street Journal wine columnists Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher, is the one night a year that we are all encouraged to get out that bottle of wine that is so special that no occasion seems special […]Open That Bottle Night 2014 [Wo...

Wine Peeps 55 days ago

Taking a spin to Paso Robles and Santa Barbara County from Wilfred Wong

 Mark As Read    

Wilfred Wong, a respected wine judge and BevMo!‘s Cellar Master, is a highly regarded colleague. His opinions matter a great deal. Please enjoy! Winery images have been borrowed from the respective wineries’ Web sites; for emphasis and their promotional use, only. Wilfred’s image comes from his BevMo! wine blog page. If you'd like to review [...

Wine Blog 55 days ago

Eat: The Sublime Combination of Butter and Soy

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Reverie and a recipe for the otherworldly fifth flavor.

The Pour 56 days ago

The best of Burgundy: what to drink in 2014

 Mark As Read    

Jasper Morris MW, our Burgundy buyer and part-time resident of the region, has delved into his cellars to uncork those bottles which are drinking perfectly right now. The pecking order, he finds, has changed – so read this before you open another bottle… In Burgundy, I have recently found that 2007 and 2001 have replaced […]The po...

Berrys' Wine Blog 56 days ago

The 2013 Crush Report and Cabernet Sauvignon

 Mark As Read    

  I guess the big news about the 2013 California Crush Report, just out, is that we set another record for tonnage. It was headline news in 2012 when California’s crush was the biggest ever, but for some reason, news of 2013’s even bigger one has been largely muted. The total was 4,685,075 tons, up […]

The Annual New German Vintage Tasting of the German Wine Society (Washington DC Chapter) led by Phil Bernstein - 2012 Vintage, Germany/USA

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Phil Bernstein and his German Wines The annual New German Vintage tasting of the German Wine Society (Washington DC Chapter) around February/March, led by Phil Bernstein, is always a highlight for the German wine aficionados in the Washington DC area. Phil Bernstein is very entertaining and knowledgeable about German wine. He knows more a...

Schiller Wine 56 days ago

Restaurant Review: Dover in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn

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The cooking at Dover, French in spirit, aims to steer clear of the Brooklyn clichés.

The Pour 56 days ago

Robert Parker, live

 Mark As Read    

"When I retire, I don’t want to see the wine writing profession wither away." That was one of the many provocative things that Robert Parker said before–get this–a room of wine writers (which prompted some chortles on twitter about new career paths). Granted, wine writing and journalism have changed since Parker was at his peak. […...

Dr Vino's wine blog 56 days ago

Off the Menu: Bustan Opens on the Upper West Side

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The restaurant will feature the Middle Eastern equivalent of a wood-fired pizza oven, and more restaurant openings.

The Pour 56 days ago

Biscuits and Scones Share Tender Secrets

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A bit of sugar and an egg are all that separate biscuits from scones. Don’t tell the purists.

The Pour 56 days ago

Finicky Pinot Noir Grape Can Produce Profound Wine

 Mark As Read    

A review of Yarden Pinot Noir 2009 and the Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky. There is some mysterious aspect of Pinot Noir that results in a degree of winemaker madness. It is difficult to grow and vinify, temperamental in the barrel and prone to closing down in the bottle for years before becoming really drinkable again. These v...

Grapelines 56 days ago

February 2014 Answers.com Wine Articles Roundup (Snowmaggedon Edition)

 Mark As Read    

After the most recent Snowmaggedon, which, if I’ve got my facts straight, is the 47th of the current Winter season, I can now tell you that I hate snow and ice. I think it’s only temporary, but I currently hate snow and ice with a fiery passion that rivals the hot intensity of the Earth’s […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start ge...

1 Wine Dude 56 days ago

On Average, one grape vine equals how much wine

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The following are averages, because viticulturists ultimately decided how many plants there will be on one acre of land. The post On Average, one grape vine equals how much wine appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 56 days ago

How to appreciate sake – a masterclass

 Mark As Read    

You may know your Daiginjo from your Gino, but for those of us less well-versed in sake, there is much to discover about the fascinating wine. At a recent Berry Bros. & Rudd event, Anne McHale MW – our education expert who currently holds the title of ‘World's Best Palate' – hosted a Sake Masterclass […]The post How to appreciate s...

Berrys' Wine Blog 56 days ago

Refining the Russian River Valley AVA: another start

 Mark As Read    

  Maybe something will come of it this time–“it” being the latest push to establish sub-appellations within the greater Russian River Valley. People have been talking about it forever. More than ten years ago, when I was doing the research for my first book, A Wine Journey along the Russian River, the controversy already was […]

Winemaker Sabrino Loffredo's Pietracupa Wines and Chef Roberto Donna's Food at a Winemaker Dinner at Alba Osteria in Washington DC, Italy/USA

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller with Winemaker Sabrino Loffredo Alba Osteria in Washington DCWinemaker Sabrino Loffredo's Pietracupa Wines presented his wines at Alba Osteria in Washington DC. Excecutvie Chef Roberto Donna and Chef de Cuisine Amy Brandwein prepared an excellent 5-course dinner.Winemaker Sabrino Loffredo and his Pietracupa WinesMau...

Schiller Wine 57 days ago

Wine Canoe: maybe not sea worthy, but design worthy

 Mark As Read    

I'm sorry but this: IS ADORABLE! Hello, wine canoe! Would it be ridiculous for me to buy a lake cabin just so I can have you in my home??? Okay you're right, that would be weird. I can't help it though, I love the Canoe Wine Shelf by Old Modern Handicraft. First of all, the The post Wine Canoe: maybe not sea worthy, but design worthy appeared first...

Wine Racks Blog 57 days ago

Dry wine: How does the California drought affect the wine industry?

 Mark As Read    

The rain in California falls mostly in the winter. I think that's how it went in Pygmalion. At any rate, the rain has decidedly NOT been falling this off-season for the vines. While that doesn't necessarily spell doom for California's wine industry–some older vines have deep roots–it does mean less water to go around and […]The po...

Dr Vino's wine blog 57 days ago

What's for Dinner?: A Weeknight Fish Chowder Reminiscent of the Shore

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This chowder is not the New England ideal, but it’s got the richness and balance of the classic recipe while keeping things simple.

The Pour 57 days ago

De Gustibus: A Taste You Hate? Just Wait

 Mark As Read    

Are there really foods that we don’t like, or just foods that we haven’t liked yet?

The Pour 57 days ago

Digging Underground

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[…]The post Digging Underground appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 57 days ago

New Louisiana Brewery Trails Video for Louisiana Travel

 Mark As Read    

Last Spring, Tommy Talley of TommysTV and I created a video to spotlight the blazing craft brewery trail in Louisiana. At the time the craft beer scene existed only in South Louisiana, but with the addition of Great Raft and Red River in Shreveport the brewery trail now stretches from Northern Louisiana down to south of Lake Pontchartrain. I also h...

Bite and Booze 57 days ago
The Pour 57 days ago

Recipes for Health: Gluten-Free Penne With Peas, Ricotta and Tarragon

 Mark As Read    

A simple dish that is sweet with tarragon and a breeze to make.

The Pour 57 days ago

The Most Significant Planting of Zinfandel

 Mark As Read    

According to Dave Pramuk, Robert Biale’s co-founder and marketing strategist, “Robert Biale Vineyards is delighted with this project – the most significant planting of Zinfandel in Napa Valley in our modern era. In the pioneering days of California viticulture, Zinfandel was the grape of choice across the state. In Napa Valley, Zinfandel once...

Wine Blog 57 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For February 24, 2014

 Mark As Read    

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 57 days ago

Do you care how many calories are in your wine?

 Mark As Read    

In an interesting piece in today's edition of ‘The Times', writer Patrick Kidd discusses the recent trend for stating the calorie content on the back label of wine bottles. But is it really something consumers want to see? Berry Bros. & Rudd's Mark Pardoe MW argues not… Calories are creeping up on us, and there […]The post Do...

Berrys' Wine Blog 57 days ago

Enjoying Petite Sirah at Dark & Delicious

 Mark As Read    

  I went to Dark & Delicious, the big Petite Sirah event that my friends, Jo and Jose Diaz, hold every year, through their P.S. I Love You advocacy group. As usual, it was at Kent Rosenblum’s Rock Wall Wine Co. facility,  in an airplane hangar at the old Alameda Naval Air Station, which was […]

Best German Wines and Winemakers “ Stuart Pigott's Favorites (December 2013)

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller and Stuart Pigott in Washington DCIn the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung of December 2013, German wine journalist Stuart Pigott published his favorite German wines and favorite German wine makers of the year “ in German. I am re-issuing his comments and have translated the parts that might be most interesting...

Schiller Wine 58 days ago

Cheap Wine: Top Tips for Buying Good, Cheap Wine

 Mark As Read    

Finding good, cheap wine is not about pinching pennies, but about going outside of well-worn wine buying paradigms.  Be willing to try wines from unknown regions or bottles made from unfamiliar grapes.  Seek out a wine grape variety in one country and see how it shapes up from another nation....Read Full Post

About.com Wine 58 days ago

A Walking Tour of Sicily

 Mark As Read    

As we are surrounded by the cold, dark, rainy days of Seattle in winter, I thought it would be a good time to enjoy the photos of a trip to Sicily that my parents (ardent supporters of Portalis and lovers of food & wine) took with some couple friends of theirs last spring. It was a […]

Portalis Wine 59 days ago

Loss Leaders on the Half Shell

 Mark As Read    

A nationwide binge on oysters is transforming an industry (and restaurants’ economics).

The Pour 59 days ago

Best Foods You Need to Try in 2014

 Mark As Read    

A new year brings with it a lot of desires such as loss of weight, healthy diets or engaging in fitness exercises and eating healthy meals. Even as you think about your health and wellbeing...

Atlanta Wine Guy 60 days ago

It’s Almost That Time Again….

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Lakeland's little leprechauns have been working over time making our St. Patty's Day wine. This semi-sweet green wine will soon be ready — just a couple more weeks!

Andy's Wine Blog 60 days ago

Taking the Road Less Traveled - Cornerstone Cellars Black Label

 Mark As Read    

2011 Cornerstone Napa Valley Cabernet Franc, Stepping Stone Sometimes you come to the fork in the road and you must make a choice as you can't travel both. We've made ours. We decided to take the path less traveled.The choice was simple: quality or price. There was no hesitation in our choice as quality was the only answer. The mar...

Wine Camp Blog 60 days ago

City Kitchen: First Time’s the Charm With Fresh Pita

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Rustic homemade hummus goes best with the freshest pita, an easy bread-baking project for the home cook.

The Pour 60 days ago

A Good Appetite: Rich Comfort Food to the Extreme

 Mark As Read    

There’s nothing better for a late February meal than a hybrid of potato gratin and shepherd’s pie cooked in a single skillet.

The Pour 60 days ago

Cabernet all day!

 Mark As Read    

[…]The post Cabernet all day! appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 60 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: Montjuic, Barcelona

 Mark As Read    

Photographer: Ryan Opaz Capture Date: September 9, 2011 Location: Barcelona, Spain About: Montjuïc is a steep hill just outside of the Barcelona city center, featuring a number of attractions including: Font Màgica (Magic Fountain), Poble Espanyol, Anella Olímpica (Olympic Ring from the 1992 Olympics), Castell de Montjuïc (18th century castle) and ...

Catavino 60 days ago

French senate declares obvious: wine part of national heritage

 Mark As Read    

A committee in the French Senate declared the obvious this week in adding an amendment that would make wine an official part of French heritage. Cries of "um, duh!" could be heard in the land that makes some of the best wines in the world today and up until fifty years ago had a per […]The post French senate declares obvious: wine part of nat...

Dr Vino's wine blog 60 days ago

Grab Lunch at Harrington's Café

 Mark As Read    

Harrington's Western Wall Painted by the BR Walls ProjectHarrington's Cafe in Baton RougeLocally owned and operated for the past 14 years, Harrington’s Café in downtown Baton Rouge is a great little lunch spot. I first wrote about Harrington's in October 2009, the very first month of Bite and Booze. He hotspot boasts quick and easy ordering at the ...

Bite and Booze 60 days ago
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