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Pomegranate and Black Cherry are Back!

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Two of our favorites are back on the shelves just in time for the end of summer. Stop in and stock up!

Andy's Wine Blog 69 days ago

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Finding Your Comfort Food

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At home, I don’t experiment much. I channel my childhood.

The Pour 70 days ago

You Don’t Need to Tell Them Giada Sent You

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Giada De Laurentiis leaves her signature all over her Las Vegas restaurant.

The Pour 70 days ago

Critic On the Road: Las Vegas, Off the Eaten Path

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Not far from the Strip and its roster of celebrity chefs are intimate, excellent independent restaurants.

The Pour 70 days ago

Off the Menu: Calle Dão Is Set to Open in Midtown

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Other new restaurants include BV’s Grill, Egg Shop and Tuome.

The Pour 70 days ago

Veal Farmers Adopt More-Humane Methods

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With veal consumption still low, some ranchers adopt methods seen as more humane.

The Pour 70 days ago

Front Burner: A Proper Setting for a Meal at the Beach

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Nautical plates for weekend house gifts, golden aged cheese and Washington cherries are among the highlights.

The Pour 70 days ago

4 Reasons To Kill Your Home Page Carousel

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Carousels (or homepage sliders) became popular because they were a quick fix for two constant dilemmas: "How can I cram all of my content into a small space?" and "What content is the most important?". They are used to provide a solution to both of these problems, while keeping content above the fold. Technically, a carousel pr...

Vin 65 70 days ago

Month of Salads #4: Fresh Junkie

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Fresh Junkie's Brick House SaladIf you're like me, you're on the go a lot for lunch throughout the week. Whether it is lunch meetings or grabbing a quick bite to hold you over, that midday meal is always a focal point. On a recent pass through downtown I made a point to hit up the new location for Fresh Junkie. You won't find any tables inside, but...

Bite and Booze 70 days ago

Appetite for Online Orders Lifts Just Eat

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The food-ordering service, which went public in April, said that the tripling of its profit in the first half was driven by growth in Britain.

The Pour 70 days ago

Well, That Was Easy. Not. (“The Once And Future Of Crete” In August 2014 SOMM Journal)

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My feature on the wines of the Greek isle of Crete is now available in the August 2014 issue of SOMM Journal. That twenty-two word sentence belies what has to be one of the longest paths to seeing something published that I’ve ever had to walk. Not that the folks at SOMM Journal / Tasting […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start ge...

1 Wine Dude 70 days ago

Wines of South America by Evan Goldstein

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More than Wines of South America being an important body of work, it's about the author for me. Please don't misunderstand me. This latest book by Evan Goldstein is just brilliant, but that's what I've come to expect from him; and, that's why he's even more important to me than the books he's producing… Evan […] The post Wines of South ...

Wine Blog 70 days ago

Terroir in Pinot Noir: an approach, and a problem

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  When it comes to coastal California Pinot Noir, we make much of the distinctions of terroir (“we” being the wine media, some winemakers and everyone else involved in this rather arcane conversation). We know the regions we celebrate: Russian River Valley, Sonoma Coast, Carneros, Anderson Valley, Santa Cruz Mountains, Monterey County, San Lui...

Wine Tasting with the German Wine Princess Sabine Wagner at the German Wine Society in Washington DC, US

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Pictures: German Wine Princess Sabine Wagner at the German Wine Society in Washington DC, USWine Majesties have a long tradition in Germany. Basically all wine villages, wine regions and the country as a whole have wine queens and wine princesses. Of course, the crème de la crème are the national wine majesties, the German Wine Queen and the two ...

Schiller Wine 70 days ago

A Beautiful Factory

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It was majestic, breathtaking. It cost tens of millions of dollars. It was the most beautiful factory I'd ever seen. Such are the temples of wine in the Napa Valley. Shrines to people rather than agriculture. The days of Bottle Shock have long passed to be replaced by sticker shock. The Napa Valley is no longer the place a farmer can bring his wine...

Wine Camp Blog 70 days ago

Texsom 2014: What You Can Learn about Texas Wine in the Germany Today Session

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Texsom 2014: What You Can Learn about Texas Wine in the Germany Today Session German wines have always been a fascination for me. Been to Germany many times and have friends that have poured some pretty darn good German wines. This has left me will some strong bonds between fine German wines good memories. Besides

VintageTexas 71 days ago

LA, meet L.A.: Getting Acquainted with Lower Alabama

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I recently had the opportunity to take Team Bite and Booze on a press trip down to Gulf Shores Orange Beach for a little local wining, dining, and R&R. We had the chance to soak up some rays, but the real treat was all of the fresh gulf seafood we were invited to feast on everyday! Here's a look at a few places that were worthy of a pulling up ...

Bite and Booze 71 days ago

From Scraps of Bass, Ceviche Is Born

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A young fisherman puts his stamp on ceviche.

The Pour 71 days ago

Ordering Wine

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So, what's your strategy for ordering wine when you go out to eat? Do you pick the cheapest bottle on the menu, or do you aim to impress with the most expensive? Choose neither of those options, says sommelier Gerald Morgan, Jr. of Simplified Wine. Morgan advises picking the second cheapest wine on the menu. The […]

Andy's Wine Blog 71 days ago

A Good Appetite: Skirt Steak Works Great for Grilling

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Skirt steak defies its awkward appearance to become a go-to for throwing on the grill.

The Pour 71 days ago

Red Wine for delicious dishes

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Who doesn't love Red Wine, when it comes to pairing deliciously full red wine with the perfect foods? Raise your hands, everyone. 2012 Trivento Amade Sur ~ 70% Malbec, 18% Bonarda, 12% Syrah ~ Mendoza, Argentina This red wine called Trivento Amado Sur is translated literally into "South Love." About 6,214 miles away from their […] The post Re...

Wine Blog 71 days ago

Print down, but not out, yet

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  Observers of this nation’s media environment might be forgiven for being slightly manic-depressive. One day, everyone’s convinced print publications are headed for the trash heap; and the only question seems to be, How fast will this happen? The next day, having imbibed the bracing tonic of some academic study or other, we remain confident [...

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For August 11, 2014

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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 71 days ago

An English country vineyard

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On a recent sunny summer's day, our photographer, Simon Peel, declared the light was ‘perfect' for him to vacate the office in favour of a jaunt to one of our local vineyards. Camera in hand, he reports back on how the English vintage is progressing in what has been – this weekend's storms aside – […]The post An English coun...

Berrys' Wine Blog 71 days ago

The Trouble with Wine “Super” Stores

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You are a sophisticated wine consumer. You are looking for wine from a particular region. If it's Old World, then that's pretty easy. Need a French Pinot Noir? Head to any wine shop's Burgundy section. Cabernet or Merlot? There's the … Continue reading →

another wine blog 71 days ago

Wines and Winemakers from the US and Canada at the 2nd International Riesling Symposium, Rheingau, Germany

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Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller and John O'Keefe, Chateau Grand Traverse, at the 2014 International Riesling Symposium, GermanyThe 2nd International Riesling Symposium took place on May 26 and 27, 2014, at Schloss Rheinhartshausen in the Rheingau. Riesling experts from around the world - top winemakers, representatives from the trade and restauran...

Schiller Wine 71 days ago

Texsom 2014: Sommeliers Get Beyond the Big Three

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  Texsom 2014: Sommeliers Get Beyond the Big Three The @ItalianWineGuy, Alfonso Cevola moderated an interesting tasting panel this morning at Texsom 2014. It had to be one of the most diverse sessions by far at this years conference. It included bubbles from New Mexico, a bracing cuvée from Michigan, counter currents of Michigan and

VintageTexas 71 days ago

Spanish Pilgrimage

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Summer is in its peak.  It is a time of harvest, growth and a bit of spiritual retreat.  We give salutations to Spain with this pilgrimage through our Spanish selections in honor of our many friends that live in Spain and walked the El Camino de Santiago:  The El Camino de Santiago or the St. James […]

Portalis Wine 72 days ago

ZAP goes on the road!

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[…] The post ZAP goes on the road! appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 72 days ago

In Spite of the Fact...

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Chardonnay, Napa Valley, Yountville 8/9/14. Beautiful in spite of the fact this is no place to grow chardonnay.

Wine Camp Blog 72 days ago

Texsom 2014: Ten Years Old and Thanks to These Guys

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Texsom 2014: Ten Years Old and Thanks to These Guys We all have these guys (Drew Hendricks and Jame Tidwell) to thank them for creating what is today…TEXSOM! It started small and grew from it's humble roots ten years ago to the preeminent position it has today. Many consider TEXSOM (held at the Four Seasons

VintageTexas 72 days ago

An open letter to Air Canada

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It's nee a while since I last posted – life, work, cycling and laziness get in the way. However, after a recent travel experience, I felt compelled to share what happened, as it's summed up in my letter of complaint to Air Canada: Dear sir or madam. On Saturday, August 2nd, my wife Candace and […]

Vinifico! 74 days ago

City Kitchen: The Flavor of Corn, but With Sizzle

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Fresh corn griddle cakes are like pancakes, but are so much more substantial, topped with salsa.

The Pour 74 days ago

The Pour: Cava Is Overlooked Everywhere but Catalonia

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Cava from Spain, made predominately from xarello grapes, has the complexity and finesse of any fine wine.

The Pour 74 days ago

Talking about tasting room staff

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  I spoke to a group of people last night—marvelous people, actually, employees of Kendall-Jackson’s Wine Education & Garden Center (I call it the chateau), in Fulton, just outside Santa Rosa. They had invited me up for a periodic dinner they have together. They asked me about tasting, and here’s part of what I told […]

August Napa Valley

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August dawn Napa Valley Yountville AVA

Wine Camp Blog 74 days ago

Fabulous Dinner at schauMahl Restaurant with Winemaker Georg Rumpf, Weingut Kruger-Rumpf, Chef Björn Andreas and Sommelier Pit Punda, Germany

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Picture: Georg Rumpf, Annette Schiller, ombiasy PR and WineTours, Christian Schiller and others at the Weingut Kruger-Rumpf Winemaker Dinner at schauMahl Restaurant in Offenbach, in the Greater Frankfurt am Main AreaSee also:3 Wine Tours by ombiasy Coming up in 2014: Germany-North, Germany-South and Bordeaux German Wine and Culture Tour by ombias...

Schiller Wine 74 days ago

Drink: How to Pre-Game Like a Grown-Up

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Aperitifs offer a quintessentially adult buzz.

The Pour 75 days ago

A Texas Winemaker with a New Mission and Wine: Brock Estes, DANK, Johnny Rojo, a starter wine without training wheels!

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A Texas Winemaker with a New Mission and Wine: Brock Estes, DANK, Johnny Rojo, a starter wine without training wheels! If you don’t know Brock Estes, it might be hard for you to make a sentence with these three words in it: Fly Gap, Dank and wine. But, if you get to know Brock Estes

VintageTexas 75 days ago

Wine Dealer Sentenced to 10 Years for Defrauding Clients

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Rudy Kurniawan sold wealthy clients bottles of purportedly rare and sought-after wines that were actually old bottles of blended wine.

The Pour 75 days ago

The Pain and Pleasure of Falling in Love

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Local beers and deli specialties are found in and near the Bronx Beer Hall in the heart of the borough’s storied Italian-American neighborhood.

The Pour 75 days ago

Month of Salads #3: Oscar's Ice Cream & Pizza Joint

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Oscar's Ice Cream & Pizza Joint's Chef's SaladIt doesn't take science to figure out what you should go to Oscar's for. Oscar's has some creative and beyond delicious pizzas, a decent craft beer selection, and homemade ice cream; that's all you need right? Wrong--they're also home to great starters and hearty salads. I tried the Chef's Salad, a ...

Bite and Booze 75 days ago

Lower Alcohol Wines Can Still Get You Sh*t-faced (What We Drank With The Greeks, Part III)

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If you are under any delusions about lower (under 14% abv) alcohol wines being inherently superior to higher (15% abv and above) alcohol wines, let my recent foray into the lonesome and loathsome territory of sweating profusely from dehydration and feeling nauseous in the middle of the night be a beacon of light guiding you […] Grab The 1Win...

1 Wine Dude 75 days ago

What to wear in wine country… The answer is casual, unless it’s black tie

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This is one of the most popular search items on my wine blog. Everyone wants to know what to wear. It reminds me of when I was in high school, and all of my friends would ask me, when we were going out, "What are you wearing tonight?" What to wear, what to wear… Calm […] The post What to wear in wine country… The answer is casual,...

Wine Blog 75 days ago

In Oakland, gentrification comes at a cost

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  Okay, kids, more Oakland stuff today! You know how much I love my town because I often write about it. The grittiness, the craziness, the electric buzz, the hipster vibe, the artists and musicians, the diversity (we’re #4 in America, baby!) and now, we’re turning into the restaurant capital of the Bay Area! Well, […]

Choosing Malagasy Wine, in: Bradt Travel Guide Madagascar (Author: Christian G.E. Schiller)

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Picture: Bradt Travel Guide MadagascarThe 11th edition of the Bradt Travel Guide Madagascar (first published in 1988) was published in July 2014. For the first time, the Bradt Travel Guide Madagascar contains a box entitled Choosing Malagasy Wine , which I was asked to draft by Daniel Austin and Hilary Brandt, the authors of the 11th edition. The...

Schiller Wine 75 days ago

Advertising: Call It What You Like, but Not a Chain

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Legal Sea Foods, the restaurant company, has a new campaign to put some distance between itself and the word “chain.”

The Pour 76 days ago

Boîte: Kitty’s Canteen on the Lower East Side

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It’s a jazz bar and Jewish soul-food joint that looks like a New Orleans bordello run by a religious cat lady.

The Pour 76 days ago

Artisan Salt Co. Fumee De Sel Chardonnay Oak Smoked Sea Salt, 7.5 Ounce Jar

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Artisan Salt Co. FumTe De Sel Chardonnay Oak Smoked Sea Salt -- 7.5 oz.FumTe de Sel is premium Fleur de Sel crystals that are cold smoked with oak wine barrels that have been used for years to age fine Chardonnay wine. This salt is a one of a kind. Use it as a finishing salt […]

Wine Blog Pro 76 days ago

The Glenlivet 12: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

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The Glenlivet 12Whisk(e)y Wednesday needed a return to Scotch and there are few more quintessential brands for a representation of Scotland than The Glenlivet 12 ($6 at Lock & Key)! It starts off simple and clean on the nose. There's no overwhelming peat or briny sea mist. Just grain with subtle floral and fruit notes. As you sip on the whisky ...

Bite and Booze 76 days ago
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