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Hungry City: Box Kite in the East Village

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The tasting menu at Box Kite, a speck of a coffee shop in the East Village, is more summer playlist than “Ring” cycle.

The Pour 61 days ago

Chardonnay Vinegar – 1 bottle – 16.9 fl oz

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This delicious and fresh Chardonnay Wine Vinegar comes from the region of Catalonia, Spain. It's a white wine vinegar, made of single-origin Chardonnay grapes, aged in wooden barrels for five years Low in acidity, with a nice fruitiness, this has notes of fresh apples, pears and peaches. The perfect choice for dressing up fresh salads […]

Wine Blog Pro 61 days ago

The Sip – Season One Shows Its Time to Go Texan or Go Thirsty

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The Sip – Season One Shows Its Time to Go Texan or Go Thirsty I exited the bright afternoon Austin street scene through a ruddy red door under a black awning. Not much else other than the 306A address on the door told me I was in the right place. As my eyes fought to

VintageTexas 61 days ago

Reviews on Yelp Help Track Illness

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The website for restaurant information works with health officials to find food-borne illnesses.

The Pour 61 days ago

Kosher Wine With Biblical Roots

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A review of the Abarbanel Cabernet-Merlot Blend, Batch 58, 2011 and a revisit to Jim Beam whiskies. The Abarbanel Wine Company traces its family roots from the biblical King David to Don Isaac Abarbanel, the leader of Spanish Jewry at the time of the 1492 expulsion. Born in Lisbon, Don Isaac was a scholar, philosopher and prodigious author who als...

Grapelines 62 days ago

Faces

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When I first published this article, it was a story only half told. I have since updated the visual content with roughly 900 words. Although it is said that a picture is worth a thousand words, I cannot help but feel that words were needed. Tweet

Elloinos 62 days ago

More Proof That Social Influence Is Eroding The Power Of Traditional Wine Reviews

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As if we needed any more evidence that consumer perception of wine isn’t all that materially different than how they interact with every other produce available in the market today, the results of a study titled In Vino Veritas? Social Influence on ‘Private’ Wine Evaluations at a Wine Social Networking Site published by Wine-Economics.org provides ...

1 Wine Dude 62 days ago

Véronique’s secrets of Organic Wines

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Véronique's secrets of Organic Wines continues to amaze me… A story that's been a long time coming, and a story that a wine magazine with advertisers would never touch, this story has been incubating within Véronique Raskin's psyche. Yesterday, I said that it's a saga, and that it is. It's also going to be a […] The post Véronique's sec...

Wine Blog 62 days ago

Why a famous critic’s 100 point wine may disappoint you

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  Patricia Talorico’s column in Delaware Online, describing her disappointment at a tasting of 100-point wines, is worth reading, if for no other reason than to make the point that a famous critic’s taste may not correspond to yours. And there are some good reasons for that, which I’ll get to in a moment. As […]

Germany's Most Expensive Dry White and Red Wines

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Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller with August Kesseler, Weingut Kesseler, in Assmannshausen, see: A Pinot Noir Star: Visiting August Kesseler and his Weingut August Kesseler in Assmannshausen, Germany German Wine Journalist and Blogger Mario Scheuermann released a most interesting list of the most expensive German dry white and red wines.Of course, ...

Schiller Wine 62 days ago

Noah's Mill: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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Noah's Mill BourbonThe third bourbon in the Bardstown Flight ($16) at the Lock & Key Whiskey Bar is a beast: Noah's Mill. Following Willett Pot Still and Rowan's Creek, the Noah's Mill ($10) is even higher proofed, giving it a flaring sting on the nostrils. The potent leathery aroma packed a good punch in the face in every delightful way. Tobac...

Bite and Booze 62 days ago

Texas Fine Wine: Four of Texas’s Most Distinguished Wineries in Houston at WST Dinner May 31

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Texas Fine Wine: Four of Texas's Most Distinguished Wineries in Houston at WST Dinner May 31 Boo! I'm not in town the weekend of May 31st, but hopefully you will be. You can attend an amazing wine dinner at James Beard nominated Chef Brian Caswell's REEF. At this event, wine enthusiasts can taste wines from

VintageTexas 63 days ago

Wine Tasting Dinner: 2007 Washington Syrah Revisited

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Washington Syrah compares favorably with the best in the world. Washington Syrah generally falls somewhere in between the jammy Shiraz of Australia and the more austere Syrah of the northern Rhone. It generally has good acidity and tannins. The common denominators of our favorite Syrahs from Washington have been deep, dark purple color and luscious...

Wine Peeps 63 days ago

Celebrate Chardonnay Day on Thursday, May 22, 2014

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Every year since 2010, wine lovers stateside and abroad take the Thursday before Memorial Day to celebrate Chardonnay. Bubbles or still, oaked or stainless steel fermented, crisp and young or creamy and mature, there is a Chardonnay style for everyone. … Continue reading →

another wine blog 63 days ago

The shocking truths behind organic wines in the United States

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Once upon a time (the 1970s), in a far off land (France), the idea and practice of organic farming began to take root and shape its history. According to the Organics Institute: "The modern organic movement began at the same time as industrialized agriculture. It began in Europe around the 1920s, when a group of […] The post The shocking trut...

Wine Blog 63 days ago

Coffee and wine: closer than you think

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It's no secret that, some 300 years ago, Berry Bros. & Rudd began life as a purveyor of coffee – the sign of the mill still hangs outside our door – so we were interested to see new parallels being drawn between the worlds of coffee and wine. Emily Monsell reports. “Smooth, spicy, rich and […]The post Coffee and wine: closer t...

Berrys' Wine Blog 63 days ago

World wine consumption: USA up, France down

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The OIV, an international wine organization based in Paris, released their annual report of the state of the wine world last week. In it, they showed the US market becoming the largest in the world for the first time. Even though this got some play last week, we already broke out the foam fingers a […] The post World wine consumption: USA up,...

Dr Vino's wine blog 63 days ago

The perils of being a restaurant reviewer: Almost as bad as being a wine blogger

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Michael Bauer’s recent glowing review of Saison ignited a firestorm of reaction from people who felt that the restaurant reviewer for the San Francisco Chronicle was pandering to the one percent and blithely ignoring anyone who can’t afford $398 for a one-person “discovery menu” at the city’s most expensive eaterie. Typical of those who wrote [R...

What Are You Drinking?

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Let the author and bartender Rosie Schaap make you a custom summer cocktail.

The Pour 63 days ago

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Kids and ...

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Three food-related themes of concern for our children, and even for ourselves. (Only one of them is fries.)

The Pour 63 days ago

Make Mine Cool and Easy

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When the temperature rises and ambition drops, try a drink that is effortless and refreshing and goes down smooth.

The Pour 63 days ago

Off the Menu: Bacchanal and BAstard Open

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A restaurant where the libations are important elements; a new, less formal place from Drew Nieporent; and more.

The Pour 63 days ago

Restaurant Review: The River Café at Fulton Ferry

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After a museum-quality restoration in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the River Café is casting its romantic spell once more.

The Pour 63 days ago

Ready to Roll With the Punches

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For conversation, conviviality and convenience, a bowl or pitcher of punch does the trick.

The Pour 63 days ago

Keep Your Head on Lazy, Hazy Days

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A well-conceived, well-made beer cocktail can be a wonderful thing.

The Pour 63 days ago

More Than the Cherry on Top

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The maraschino, often known as a neon-red decoration, is raising its profile as a liqueur used in cocktail classics.

The Pour 63 days ago

Beard Awards Move to Chicago

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This is the first time in the award show’s 25-year history that it will not be produced in New York City.

The Pour 64 days ago

The Heat Is… ON! (Publix Summer Grape 2014)

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The Heat is…ON! (cue the cheesy sax line!) I know it’s still technically Spring, but if I’ve got my preschool memories sorted out correctly (hey, a lot of brain cells have been killed off by alcohol at this point), for the Northern Hemisphere that means Summer ought to be coming forthwith. And forth-with it, the […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Ta...

1 Wine Dude 64 days ago

Wine tasting + perfume = disaster

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Although there's a lot of "romance" associated with the "wine experience," additional aromas like perfume, when tasting wine, don't really add anything. In fact, perfume takes a lot away from a really pleasant experience. I'm no saint with this one. I'll admit it… I learned this the hard way. It was when I began my […] The post Wine tas...

Wine Blog 64 days ago

California wine industry loses another veteran

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  Almost lost in the news of recent wine deaths lately was that of Frank M. Woods, published here and here. My goodness, we're losing the founding fathers and mothers of our modern wine industry at an alarming rate! But that's life. Frank Woods began his career as a marketing man (Proctor & Gamble), went […]

A Premium Sekt Producer: Sektkellerei Bardong in the Rheingau, Germany

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Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller with Norbert and Renate Bardong, Sektkellerei BardongNorbert and Renate Bardong own and run a small Sekt House in Geisenheim, in the Rheingau in Germany. They came over to Frankfurt “ a 45 minutes drive by car - to present their Sekt House and their Sekt portfolio to the Frankfurt Slow Food Group. We tasted 6 differ...

Schiller Wine 64 days ago

Sonoma Coast Sandstone 2

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As  Timber Cove Inn just north of Fort Ross As 

Wine Camp Blog 64 days ago

Wine of the Week: Montes Cherub Rosé of Syrah 2013 (Chile) $16

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The 2013 Montes Cherub Rosé of Syrah may be the perfect wine for Memorial Day Weekend. Well-priced and well-distributed, carrying strawberry, cherry and spice-filled profile of a snappy Syrah, this particular rose brings silky textures, bright acidity, and a medium-body to the table....Read Full Post

About.com Wine 64 days ago

Le Rouge & Le Blanc : 30 Years

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Busy crowd in one of the rooms Paris 11th arrondissement This was recently the 30th anniversary of a discreet but influential wine magazine named Le Rouge et le Blanc, and to mark the occasion on a festive note, the people...

The Pour: 20 Summer Wines for $20

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In hot weather, we want to guzzle and slurp, to enjoy wine and plenty of it for its sheer deliciousness and refreshment.

The Pour 64 days ago

The Pour: Summer’s Winners: 20 Wines for $20

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In hot weather, we want to guzzle and slurp, to enjoy wine and plenty of it for its sheer deliciousness and refreshment.

The Pour 64 days ago

Beyond Pretzel Logic

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The bar snacks of yore can’t hold a peanut to the brisket tots and fried fish skins of today.

The Pour 64 days ago

Food. Curated.: Video: Amagansett Sea Salt

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A husband-and-wife team is one of only a handful of artisan salt makers on the entire Eastern Seaboard.

The Pour 64 days ago

Mojito Extreme and Dominican Beisbol: Jay's Adventure in the Dominican Republic Part Tres

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Jay drinks an Orgasmo Negro in the Dominican RepublicA few weeks ago I wrote about my arrival to the northern coast of the Dominican Republic as well as some of amazing pollo guisado. As the #MancationDR continued, we found more adventures to get into. Kite Beach, just down the coast from Cabarete, is home to the sport of kitesurfing. While I enjoy...

Bite and Booze 65 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For May 19, 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 65 days ago

GMO Grape Vines in the US? They’re found in France…

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Now, I wish I had come in as an entitled kid, instead of choosing the peace path. If I had come in with a silver spoon stuck in high places, I'd be able to take that money and turn it around into more earth saving preservation efforts. The post GMO Grape Vines in the US? They're found in France… appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 65 days ago

Spring chicken…

 Mark As Read    

The height of May, with spring in full-stride, means a glut of new flavours in the kitchen: from earthy morels to quintessentially English asparagus, chef Stewart Turner gets stuck in with this sensational chicken dish. Nothing shouts spring like wild garlic, and when we first see it arrive in the kitchen we know that a […]The post Spring chi...

Berrys' Wine Blog 65 days ago

I support Beckstoffer’s idea to bring more tasting rooms to Napa city

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  The most interesting thing about the Beckstoffer family’s purchase of the old [1905] historic building in downtown Napa was Andy Beckstoffer’s statement (paraphrased in the Napa Valley Registry’s article) “that Upvalley wine interests should invest in Napa city and build their hospitality facilities there.” “Upvalley” traditionally refers to...

Weingut Franz Kuenstler, Hochheim, Rheingau, Joins Terry Theise Portfolio, USA/Germany

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Picture: Gunter Kuenstler and Christian G.E. Schiller at Restaurant Kronenschloesschen in the Rheingau (2013)Last year, at one of the larger wine tastings in Germany, Gunter Kuenstler, Weingut Franz Kuenstler in Hochheim, Rheingau, told me that he was in the process of changing his American importer. He had already terminated the contract and was l...

Schiller Wine 65 days ago

2010 Iron Horse Vineyards Unoaked Chardonnay, Russian River Valley 750 mL

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It is harder to make Chardonnay without oak than with. The grapes for the 2010 UnOaked Chardonnay primarily come from our Thomas Road Vineyard. This particular block is planted to UCD Clone 4, ideally suited for bright fruit and mineral-dominated, yet rich Chardonnay. All of our Chardonnay is handled one lot at a time. Only […]

Wine Blog Pro 65 days ago

Small Wineries Rule At Eshkol Ha’Zahav

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At the awards ceremony for the 2014 Eshkol Ha’Zahav wine tasting competition, there were a number of surprises. This year it was the smaller, newish, lesser known wineries that drew attention by winning some of the main prizes. Wineries such as Jezreel Valley, Kishor, Kerem Montefiore and Vortman took on and beat some of the […]

Sonoma Coast Sandstone

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Sandstone near the Timber Cove Inn just north of Fort Ross

Wine Camp Blog 66 days ago

Zins for Summertime Grilling

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As we approach summer, I'm starting to think more about grilling. When it comes to grilling, I think about Zin's and barbecue sauce. Whether its ribs or steak tips, Zin goes great with both. We purposely cover Zins in the winter so we have them all reviewed and posted before grilling season. Our top

Ken's Wine Guide 66 days ago

Opinion: What Farm-to-Table Got Wrong

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To save farmers, eat your cowpeas and millet.

The Pour 66 days ago
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