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Announcement: Winemaker Dinner with Friedrich Jülg, Weingut Jülg, at Evo Bistro in McLean, Virginia, on Thursday, May 21, 2015, 7:00pm

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Pictures: Friedrich Jülg of Weingut Jülg (Here: with the Germany-South (2014) Tour Group) will be at Evo Bistro in Northern Virginia for a Winemaker Dinner Dear Wine friends,Evo Bistro and ombiasy PR & WineTours are proud to announce that we will have the perfect spring menu for you: fresh, fruity, premium German Rieslings and Pinot Noirs wit...

Schiller Wine 77 days ago

London Wine Week at Berry Bros. & Rudd

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London Wine Week runs from 18th to 24th May, celebrating the capital’s thriving wine scene. As one of the headline sponsors, our shop at No.3 St James’s Street will be at the heart of the action; Eleanor Foulkes reveals the line-up of events. This year heralds the second official London Wine Week, with events taking […] The post London Wine W...

Berrys' Wine Blog 78 days ago

Ask a Greenmarket Guru

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Michael Hurwitz, the director of Greenmarket, will answer your farmers’ market questions on Monday, May 18 at 1:30 p.m.

The Pour 78 days ago

A Ricotta Tart That Turns Summer Fruit Into Dessert

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A recipe that offers a crisp and creamy anchor, vaguely reminiscent of a cheesecake. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 78 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: A Sinful Combination

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Photographer: Caroline Capture Date: October 1, 2011 Location: Aveiro, Portugal About: Portuguese coffee borders on sinful, but when paired with a pastry, it's organismic! Never tried it, maybe now's the time to come visit!! Desktop Wallpaper: To download this image, simply right-click on the image and select “save link as” or “save target as”, the...

Catavino 78 days ago

Between Two Shells: Oysters Rockefeller and the Louisiana Mule

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by Blair "B-Rex" LoupThe Louisiana Mule and Rockefeller Oyster at Jolie Pearl Oyster Bar in Downtown Baton RougeI’m not a girl of many talents. There are some that may contest this, but I feel like I have a small skill set that consists of things that are relatively useless with only a few exceptions: I tend to find good parking spots, I have the p...

Bite and Booze 78 days ago

Midsummer feasts: Côte de bœuf with chimichurri

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As garden boundaries start to be broken by spice-scented smoke, and the nation’s nostrils fill with envy, Stewart Turner – our Head Chef – provides some barbecue inspiration with his recipe for beef with chimichurri. This is one of my favourite barbecue recipes. Not only do the cuts of beef look really impressive, but the […] The post Midsumm...

Berrys' Wine Blog 79 days ago

Alexander Valley and Napa Valley Cabernet: My remarks at the Cabernet Academy

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  I gave a little talk yesterday to a group of wine buyers yesterday at Stonestreet, as part of Taste Alexander Valley. I’m posting my remarks in two parts, because it’s rather longish. Here’s part 1. I’ve been asked to talk about Napa Valley and Alexander Valley and how Cabernet Sauvignon from those two areas […]

Falstaff Winemaker of the Year 2015: Carolin Spanier Gillot, Weingut Kühling-Gillot and Weingut BattenfeldSpanier, Germany

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Picture: Carolin Spanier Gillot, Falstaff Winemaker of the Year 2015, with Christoph Teuner (Falstaff Publisher) and Heiner Bremer (Journalist)(Photo: Falstaff)Carolin Spanier Gillot is the Falstaff Winemaker of the Year 2015. Carolin is one of Germany's gifted female winemakers. After her studies at the University of Geisenheim, she took over her ...

Schiller Wine 79 days ago

Alice & Olivier De Moor, spring visit

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Olivier de Moor in the vaulted cellar Courgis, Chablis (Burgundy) Here is story on a short visit we made at Alice & Olivier De Moor, this was earlier in april and Olivier was kind enough to give a bit of...

The Pour: Rosé Wine for Summer

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Raising your rosé game with wines that are refreshing, carefree and worthy of more than plastic cups.

The Pour 79 days ago

Egg Farmers Bear Brunt as Deadly Bird Flu Affects Hens by the Millions

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Avian flu viruses have affected over 33 million turkeys, chickens and ducks in the United States, with Iowa’s farmers particularly hard hit.

The Pour 79 days ago

Hungry City: Kottu House Captures the (Good) Spirit of Sri Lanka

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The tiny restaurant on the Lower East Side concentrates on its namesake, a street-food staple.

The Pour 79 days ago

Small Vineyards: The Gold Seal of Approval

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Every spring, I look forward to the Small Vineyards (August Wine Group, LLC) tasting for industry members. This year, I especially thank Michael and Mark, from Noble Wines, LTD and Susie Curnuette of the August Wine Group, LLC for allowing me sit in, sample, and enjoy the afternoon learning about the new vintages from Italy. The August Wine Group, ...

Insider Tips to Sell More Wine - Part 2

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This is Part 2 of a guest post from Jessie Poshepny Vallery (read Part 1 here). The key to selling more wine is capturing email addresses so that you can market to people after they've left the tasting room. With Vin65, I have been able to capture thousands more emails because we do not print receipts. We let people know that they’ll be...

Vin 65 79 days ago

Israeli Wines in Wine Advocate

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Mark Squires, the wine reviewer for Israeli wines in Robert Parker's Wine Advocate has new reviews of Israeli wines. Three Israeli wines scored 92 points: Chateau Golan Eliad Royal Reserve 2012 Makura Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 (Amphorae Winery) Recanati Special Reserve 2012. For Recanati Winery Israeli wines only started being reviewed in Wine...

Where is the season taking you?

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As we enter the summer months, we have assembled a definitive list of wines and spirits for the coming season, and an accompanying competition to boot. Summer shouldn’t be a solitary affair: it is the season for effervescent garden parties, open-air dining and extended aperitifs. The easing of corks from bottle-necks should be accompanied by [̷...

Berrys' Wine Blog 79 days ago

Tea from wine grape skins: The Republic of Tea and Whole Vine Products

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Two very innovative companies have joined forces: The Republic of Tea has a finished product, with Whole Vine Products supplying the necessary grape products to put into these unusually unique teas. A word about WholeVine Products in the mix: Sonoma Teas utilizes fine wine grape skins sourced from WholeVine, which offers products made with all-natu...

Wine Blog 79 days ago

Bites: Restaurant Report: 27 in Miami Beach

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The restaurant, in an Art Deco building just a few steps away from Ocean Drive, stands out for its unpretentious vibe.

The Pour 79 days ago

Inside the salons of Champagne

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Edwin Dublin – Champagne Specialist and Assistant Manager of our London Shop – reports on his recent tour of the Champagne salons, tasting the expressive wines of artisan growers in the region. ‘The growers have arrived!’ This, apparently, was the rallying cry in 2009 of a flag-waving Champagne grower-producer at the inaugural Champagne salon. Coin...

Berrys' Wine Blog 80 days ago

To innovate or not? That is the question [for the bottom line]

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  When it comes to developing new types of wines, wineries find themselves walking a narrow line. On the one hand, they want to stay on top of emerging trends in consumer taste, if not actually lead them. On the other hand, they don’t want to get too far out ahead of consumers, and risk […]

Tasting the Wines, President Obama was Served: Visit of Weingut Markus Schneider, Pfalz “ Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2014)

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Picture: Cellar Tour with Markus SchneiderWhen President Obama and the First Lady where in Berlin in 2013 and sat down with Chancellor Merkel and her husband, Professor Dr. Sauer, for a State Dinner, what wines did they drink? A Mosel? A Rheingau? No, they were served wines of Weingut Dreissigacker in Rheinhessen and of Weingut Markus Schneider in ...

Schiller Wine 80 days ago

Anaba's Winning 2012 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay

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California chardonnay is often a difficult proposition for me. So much oak, so much alcohol, so little balance. That is, of course, a big generalization, but after so much criticism of the style, it's remarkable how many California chardonnays are still made in that clumsy, overbearing style.One that is not is Anaba's 2012 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay, ...

Vint-ed 80 days ago

High West Whiskey Son of Bourye: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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High West Whiskey Son off BouryeThe High West Whiskey Son of Bourye presents a blend of straight bourbon and rye whiskeys to create an extremely satisfactory elixir. At 46% ABV, the whiskey from Utah packs a good punch. The booze comes through on the nose along with vanilla and candy corn. On the tongue we picked up flavors like spiced caramel, whi...

Bite and Booze 80 days ago

Passementaries ...

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What is Passementaries? It's my newest journal. Oh no, I am not forsaking this Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman blog. She will be celebrating 10 year anniversary next month, and I will continue to write about my wine experiences and opinions. I am just mixing things up a bit. Passementaries is about the simple trimmings for an elegant life ... I'll even...

Boxed In (Talking Boxed Wine For Publix Grape Magazine, Summer 2015)

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Supposedly, it is Spring. Here in the Philly area, however, we jumped from sub-40F evenings directly to sunny, 80+F afternoons and something like 12,000% humidity. So, Summer decided to crash the party early. A serendipitous time, therefore, is upon us during which to tell you of my contribution to the Summer 2015 edition of PUBLIX's […] Gra...

1 Wine Dude 80 days ago

Eat: Into the Wild

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The pleasure of a picnic is in the friction between nature and culture.

The Pour 80 days ago

Mixing Cuisines, Mexicue Moves Beyond the Food Truck

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With three restaurants in New York, David Schillace and Thomas Kelly plan to open two more each year, taking some cues from Shake Shack and Chipotle.

The Pour 81 days ago

Tom Cannavan on punk and wine

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Tom Cannavan – of wine-pages.com – steps back to the 1970s, the glory days of flares and fondue-sets, with a soundtrack dominated by Patti Smith and the Sex Pistols, and takes a look at the wines embodying the spirit of punk today. The late 1970s was my time, music-wise. Living the student life at Glasgow […] The post Tom Cannavan on punk and...

Berrys' Wine Blog 81 days ago

Who’s to decide what wine phrases are illegal?

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  I blogged the other day about a lawsuit brought by an L.A. guy against MillerCoors. He’s suing them because he found it “unsettling” to discover that they were really the producers of a beer he thought was a craft beer, Blue Moon. Evidently, this topic—of when or whether a beer is an authentic craft […]

Variety versus varietal – Oh, this is so perfect

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Variety versus varietal…I think I finally understand it all. This might even be the last time I bring this one up, ever again. The meme below, in this blog post, will just say it all for me, from now on. The Big Picture I'm sick to death of wine writers who are constantly defending the […] The post Variety versus varietal – Oh, th...

Wine Blog 81 days ago

Chef Bart M. Vandaele Celebrated the 2 Year Anniversary of his B Too Restaurant with the Wines of Domaine Jean-Marc Brocard from Chablis, USA/France

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Picture: Fuad Issa, Annette Schiller, ombiasyPR and WineTours, Bart M. Vandaele, Christian Schiller, Laurant Lala, Elite Wines, Etienne Verdier, Domaine Jean-Marc Brocard and Greet De Keyser, Bart M. Vandaele's Partner Bart M. Vandaele is one of the best chefs in Washington DC. He started out as the chef of the EU Ambassador to the US before openin...

Schiller Wine 81 days ago

Wegmans to Open at Brooklyn Navy Yard

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The grocery store chain is opening its first store in New York City on Admiral’s Row at the Navy Yard, whose board has approved a deal for redevelopment of the site.

The Pour 81 days ago

Our Favorite Lasagne Recipe

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Cheers2Wine presents the best lasagne recipe. A real crowd pleaser! Easy to make lasagna recipe that everyone will love.

Cheers2Wine Blog 81 days ago

Peggy & Jean-Pascal Buronfosse (Jura)

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Peggy Buronfosse in the cask cellar Rotalier (Jura) The 4,5-hectare domaine Buronfosse is located in a quiet hamlet sitting along the Jura foothills south of Lons-le-Saulnier. Jura is a region which managed to remain very authentic and true, and this...

Recipes for Health: Mango Ice Means Summer Is Now

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Mangos may take a few days to ripen, but when they do, they are sweet, juicy and ready to make into a frosty treat.

The Pour 81 days ago

Assessing Size and Flavor of Different Mangos

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A comparison of the Tommy Atkins, Haden and Ataulfo varieties.

The Pour 81 days ago

Finnish Pancakes With a Side of Canada’s Labor History

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The Finnish pancake, a popular Canadian creation the size of plate that is steeped in history, if not maple syrup.

The Pour 81 days ago

Off the Menu: Sid Gold’s Request Room, a New Piano Bar in Chelsea

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Joe McGinty and Paul Devitt honor a Broadway agent; Atera reopens; a West Village newcomer; and more.

The Pour 81 days ago

For James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem, a Wine Bar Is a Switch in Tempo

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James Murphy, the former brain behind LCD Soundsystem, is a restless seeker of food and wine who is opening a wine bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

The Pour 81 days ago

Choice Tables: Buffalo Wings, Milan Style

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Milanese restaurateurs have begun serving up spot-on recreations of such un-Italian recipes as Buffalo wings, apple fritters and pulled pork sandwiches.

The Pour 81 days ago

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Fung Tu on the Lower East Side

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Fung Tu has recovered from an uneven beginning, and the proximity of Danny Bowien’s Mission Chinese Food, by filling in the accents.

The Pour 81 days ago

Insider Tips to Sell More Wine - Part 1

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This is a two-part guest post from Jessie Poshepny Vallery. She has been working at Trione since 2008, has been in the wine business for 13 years - and a Vin65 client since 2013. Jessie serves as the President of the Geyserville Chamber of Commerce, writes for Sonoma Discoveries magazine and enjoys promoting the local businesses and area. This post...

Vin 65 81 days ago

WSET and wine education: Does it develop a house palate?

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  I suppose it was inevitable that the wine industry would eventually develop something like the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET), which is to wine what community colleges are to higher education. In general it’s a good thing to have a college-level curriculum for wine knowledge and then force aspiring students to go through […]

The best places to drink wine in London

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As we approach a week during which the capital celebrates all things vinous, Damian Carrington – Agency Director of our wholesale arm, Fields, Morris & Verdin – lists a few of his favourite places to enjoy a glass of wine. With London Wine Week nearly upon us I thought I would share some of my […] The post The best places to drink wine in...

Berrys' Wine Blog 81 days ago

A Wine for Tonight: 2014 Ponzi Pinot Gris

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Would you like a quick suggestion for a good wine to drink tonight (or this weekend) that won’t break your budget and is widely available? If so, you might want to check out the 2014 Ponzi Pinot Gris from the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Our selection criteria include: A very good Quality rating of >=3.5 […]A Wine for Tonight: 2014 Ponzi ...

Wine Peeps 81 days ago

Goin' Up on a Tuesday: Best Tuesday Eats in Baton Rouge

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by Sydney"Brown Nose" BlanchardIf you're like me, weekends can be as busy and stress-inducing as any weekday. Washing and folding laundry, grocery shopping for the week and running errands sometimes leaves me and my squad no time to party on the weekend.The only solution, then, is to go up on a Tuesday.Certainly, ILOVEMAKONNEN and Drake feel me on ...

Bite and Booze 81 days ago

The real reason Israeli wines are so expensive

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Read the full article in Ha'aretz and comment below. What do you think of the prices of Israeli wines?   It's not the demands of kashrut, it's simply the growing pains of a young industry in a small domestic market. By Noga Tarnopolsky   How much are you willing to spend on a bottle of special-occasion […]

Top obscure wines from Greece

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Greek wines share common traits: They are typically moderate in alcohol, with often lively acidity, and are rarely too heavy, meaning that one can truly enjoy drinking several glasses without feeling overpowered. It is impossible to become bored with them, as there is always a new variety to be explored. Yesterday a most interesting wine […]

Elloinos 81 days ago

How a Soil Monolith Is Constructed

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How a soil monolith is constructed by Paul Anamosa and his crew from Vineyard Soil Technologies is a very labor intensive job. So much so that Paul isn't really looking to mass produce these works of art. He prefers the pace that he currently has, which is about one a month. Once the following pictorial […] The post How a Soil Monolith Is Con...

Wine Blog 82 days ago
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