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When the party arrives in a box ~ Mon Dieu, Decadent Saint, Rocky Mountain High

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C'est dans l' sac ~ Decadent Saint ~ What we love, the Winery Two 12 ounce cans of "Refresher" Seltzer Water 1 bottle of NV Ruffin Prosecco Sparkling Wine, Product of Italy Decadent Saint Batch 9, Bottle 902: Decadent Saint White Sangria White Wine, Real Fruit, Fresh Spice A Gold Medal Concetrate Rocky Mountain Crafted […]...

Wine Blog 94 days ago

2012 Alpha Omega Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 750 mL Wine

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2010 was a very cool vintage with high levels of acidity which protect fragile aromas and give a great backbone to the wine. The growing season allowed the aromatics to be a little less ripe and more subtle and fresh because at no time was the grape burned by heat. The consequences are a well-balanced […]

Wine Blog Pro 95 days ago

8 Summer Sips You Can't Miss

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by Sydney Blanchard & Hannah AlkadiSummertime always brings out the drinker in me. The way I see it, if I'm expected to tolerate the heat and humidity of Louisiana summers, at least have the decency to fix me up a fancy, freezing cold cocktail.Luckily, all my favorite bars and restaurants have taken the hint. Here are some of my favorite cockta...

Bite and Booze 95 days ago

Sinosphere: China?s Craft Breweries Find They May Have a 5,000-Year-Old Relative

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Researchers have analyzed pottery vessels discovered at a site in Shaanxi Province and determined that they are the first direct evidence of a beer-brewing operation.

The Pour 95 days ago

Summer serves: ginger julep

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While a classic G&T never fails, sometimes there is call for something with a little more pizzazz. In the first of our series of summer serves, Amanda Baxter gives the julep a ginger twist. A very basic combination of spirit, water, sugar and mint, the term “julep” – also known as a mint sling or […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 95 days ago

U.C. Davis V&E grads off to a promising start

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  Speaking at U.C. Davis last night before a group of graduating students and faculty was really a thrill. As I told the audience in my opening remarks, to me, UCD?s Viticulture and Enology Department is like the Vatican City?not in a religious sense, of course, but as the spiritual center of winemaking in California, […]

We?re all in Pursuit of Balance

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I just got this E-Mail; although, I also read their press release, so I did know about this one. Dear Friends, We announced yesterday that we¹re closing IPOB at the end of 2016. Therefore there will not be another membership tasting. We are very grateful for your interest in IPOB, and we wish you all the best in […]

Wine Blog 95 days ago

Blanc Du Bois: Texas Grown ? Gulf Coast and Now Beyond

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Blanc Du Bois: Texas Grown – Gulf Coast and Now Beyond Excerpt from Edible Houston Celebration May/June 2016 Issue story: Blanc Du Bois: Texas Grown. Copies of this issue are available at local newsstands, sponsor locations, and by subscription on the Edible Houston website (click link above). “In 2000, my wife Gladys and I opened

VintageTexas 96 days ago

Grill Like the Chefs: Throw Everything Onto the Fire

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The experts know that a fire means more than burgers. Try grilling avocados, carrots, even fish heads.

The Pour 96 days ago

Add Smoked Wings to Your Summer Grilling Rotation

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You don?t need a smoker to make these deeply flavorful, barbecue-sauce-bathed chicken wings.

The Pour 96 days ago

Restaurant Review: Indian Accent Has a Cosmopolitan Twang

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At a Midtown branch of a New Delhi restaurant, surprises are ladled out by an active imagination working in an Indian mode.

The Pour 96 days ago

Has Claret lost its “cool”?

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Deep into the much-vaunted Bordeaux 2015 en primeur campaign, Ben Hawkins talks to London’s restaurateurs about the region and its worth on their wine lists. Bordeaux, even within the current dynamic and continually evolving wine scene, is still unquestionably the greatest fine wine region in the world. While it may be the antithesis to the […...

Berrys' Wine Blog 96 days ago

Want to grow DTC sales by 108%? 46Brix can help.

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Two years ago we launched 46Brix, a unique all-in-one shipping incentive and loyalty program. We built 46Brix because we know that shipping incentives sell more wine, and our most recent batch of data further proves that point. Here’s what happens after customers sign up for 46Brix: Average annual sales per customer increased 108% Numbe...

Vin 65 96 days ago

Make the Most of the Grill?s Heat

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After the meal is cooked, use the dying embers to give added flavor to citrus, chiles and onions.

The Pour 96 days ago

Links for 2016-04-29 [del.icio.us]

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Sponsored: 64% off Code Black Drone with HD Camera Our #1 Best-Selling Drone--Meet the Dark Night of the Sky!

The Winery Project 96 days ago

Okay, So You Knew This Was Coming (Italian Red Wine Grapes For Fix.com)

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In what will come as a surprise to no one, Fix.com has published the companion piece to my Italian White Wine Grapes article, The Grapes Behind Italian Red Wines. That one definitely fits right into the saw-it-coming-from-a-mile-away-bro category. Having said that, I think that the geeky among you will be pleasantly surprised by my grape […] ...

1 Wine Dude 96 days ago

As the Grand Crus are identified, prices will go even higher

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  Those who read this blog and hear me speak know that I have been predicting the discovery or uncovering of small, stellar blocks within existing great vineyards in California and Oregon?blocks that can be called ?grand crus? were we to adopt that French terminology. This process will take decades, but clearly it?s underway. I […]

Bordeaux ~ The Aquitaine Region ~ partie huit

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I'm learning about Bordeaux, a big piece of my wine puzzle that's been missing since I began my wine journey in 1993. When one moves from a state like Maine to California, California wines just take over, especially if you make California wine your business and not a hobby. [Do you know that Maine is […]

Wine Blog 96 days ago

South Africa, One Nation United by the Grill

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They call it braai, an outdoor cooking ritual with many rules but no limits.

The Pour 97 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For May 23, 2016

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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 97 days ago

The New Health Care: Sorry, There?s Nothing Magical About Breakfast

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Don?t feel bad if you?d rather skip it. Studies have not proved its importance.

The Pour 97 days ago

A presentation at U.C. Davis

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  Off to the University of California at Davis later today for a talk and tasting I?m giving this evening to DEVO, the Davis Enology and Viticulture Organization?s ?190X,? an occasional discussion series at which ?professionals in the wine industry? are invited to speak to about 70 V&E students and faculty members. They?ve asked me […...

It?s all about the Silverado Pickups and Tres on Bass and Guitar

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I love rock and roll. I'm a product of The Summer of Love and then working for rock station WBLM in the 80s. I'm deeply into it, because music is a universal language, and I hear it. Have you ever noticed that when music is playing somewhere, a child about the age of two can't […]

Wine Blog 97 days ago

Pommes Frites Restaurant Opening 14 Months After Fatal Blast

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For Suzanne Levinson, whose fry cafe will be reborn in the West Village, celebration was tempered by her grief for the two men who died.

The Pour 97 days ago

Plant-Based, the Beyond Burger Aims to Stand Sturdy Among Meat

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Beyond Meat assembled a team of young chemists, biologists and engineers to create a ?fresh? burger that would sell in a refrigerated case with meat products.

The Pour 97 days ago

Badia a Coltibuono Extra Virgin Olive Oil & Vinegar Gift Set 2013 (2 bottles)

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A paired selection Gift Set featuring Badia a Coltibuono's famous Tuscan Olive Oil together with Badia a Coltibuono's Classic Red Wine Vinegar--packaged in a gold gift box. Badia a Coltibuono's famous olive oil is produced in the area surrounding the property in northeast Tuscany. The current olive oil is a blend of oil from growers […]

Wine Blog Pro 98 days ago

2012 Raymond Vineyards Generations Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Wine 750 mL

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Classic and perfect are just two accolades being bestowed upon the 2012 Napa Valley growing season and harvest. Textbook conditions saw near-ideal spring bud break, steady flowering, even fruit set, and a lengthy stretch of warm days and cool and often foggy nights during the long summer months. Late and light rains held off until […]

Wine Blog Pro 100 days ago

It?s Not Just Your Grill. It?s Your Outdoor Oven.

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Almost anything you can make indoors in winter, like golden roast chicken, can be done under the stars in summer.

The Pour 100 days ago

News Flash: Black Spanish is Cabernet Franc x Vitis Aestivalis

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News Flash: Black Spanish is Cabernet Franc x Vitis Aestivalis Previously, I blogged on the Black Spanish/Lenior Symposium being held today in Cat Spring, Texas. In response to this blog post, I received this very interesting email from Dr. Jerry Rodrigues who I believe is now a resident of South Africa: I wish I were there

VintageTexas 100 days ago

Tips On Choosing a Wine Rack

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If you love wine or merely enjoy a glass or two on occasion a great wine rack where you can store your collection regardless of the size. Not only are wine racks functional but nowadays a wine rack is considered a great option in home decor. In order to determine the wine rack that would best suit your home we will look over the various options. Th...

The Blog Wine Cellar 100 days ago

Hit Us with Your Best Shot: Jay D's Louisiana Memorial Day Photo Contest

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Calling all food photographers (amateur or otherwise)!Skirt steak tacos shot in natural lighting, using ingredients from Indie Plate.This Memorial Day Weekend, hit us with your best shot. From May 27 through 30, we'll be monitoring the hashtag #sauceandstripes for the best photos featuring Jay D's Louisiana inspired products.Skirt steak roulade, a ...

Bite and Booze 100 days ago

?The Founder,? Like Ray Kroc, Feasts on McDonald?s Imagery

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The movie uses McDonald?s well-guarded iconography for a bold visual tour of the chain?s early days, but treads lightly in its promotional material.

The Pour 100 days ago

Billionaire Bill Koch?s cellar on the block

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Billionaire and famed wine collector Bill Koch's wine cellar is up for auction at Sotheby's in a three-day sale happening now. Koch is selling about 20,000 bottles with an estimated range of $10-$15 million. But don't worry, he'll still have plenty to drink since he's only selling about half his famed collection. I attended the […] The post B...

Dr Vino's wine blog 100 days ago

What in the World: For This Green Smoothie, the First Ingredient Is Frog

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In Peru and Bolivia, drinks made from the endangered Titicaca water frog are promoted as a cure for many ailments, without scientific support.

The Pour 100 days ago

Behold: Steve Heimoff, M.S.!!!!!

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  I?m not big on blowing my own horn, but hey, if you don?t beat your own bush and shine a light on your own accomplishments, then who will? So, with these awkwardly mixed metaphors, I?m proud to announce that I have just been awarded the prestigious title of Master Sommelier! I didn?t reveal to […]

The Top 10 Joys of Writing, from mostly wine writers

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The Top 10 Joys of Having Wine Writer Friends I crowd sourced on Facebook for this one. Many of my friends' stories were repeated, proving that we're all part of the same tapestry. This story was inspired by my friend Pamela Kline… Number 1 below… when she declared the following and it got me to […]

Wine Blog 100 days ago

Vincent Thomas (Tonnerre, Burgundy)

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Vincent Thomas Tonnerre, Burgundy The Ferme de la Chappe sits on the top of a hill just west of the city of Tonnerre, you reach it after going up a side road winding through woods along a small valley with...

The Pour: Beer Outdoors and Around the Clock

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Brews that go with fresh air at any time of day or night.

The Pour 101 days ago

The First Role for Many Actors: Waiter

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Broadway performers recall their days of being low thespian on the food chain.

The Pour 101 days ago

On the table: Verden

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This month we head east, putting Verden – a wine bar and restaurant in Clapton, E5 – under the microscope. After due inspection, Sophie Thorpe finds a local hotspot that doesn’t disappoint. For a south London resident, Clapton isn’t the most convenient dinner destination. While a 10-mile cycle home might offer the chance to work […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 101 days ago

The 2016 Roadshow Roundup

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We've just finished up the 2016 DTC Roadshow circuit. In California, we hit the Sierra Foothills, Healdsburg, Santa Barbara and had a "home" show in Napa. We headed south to Hye, Texas and east to Niagara, Ontario Canada and then back out west to Woodinville, WA. We met a lot of wineries and focused in on how they could sell more wine...

Vin 65 101 days ago

Drunk People Drop Sh*t (May 2016 Wine Product Roundup)

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While I extend my procrastination streak gather together my notes in anticipation of (finally) getting around to writing up my most recent wine jaunts, I figured I'd get a jump on the wine product roundup for May (part of my monthly attempt to put some wine product samples through the wringer). First up this month […] Grab The 1WineDude.com ...

1 Wine Dude 101 days ago

Feature: Revel in the Bounty of Spring, With a Feast From Yotam Ottolenghi

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The British-by-way-of-Jerusalem chef assembles a Middle Eastern banquet in London that is as visually stunning as it is delicious.

The Pour 101 days ago

Hungry City: At King of Falafel, the Crown Jewels Are Chickpeas

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A popular street cart has spawned a new restaurant in Astoria, Queens.

The Pour 101 days ago

On winery consolidation

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  ?There?s nothing new under the sun.? That?s from Ecclesiastes 1:9, which also says, ?What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again.? One might have expected the Author of Authors to have taken the long view: not the next business quarter, but Eternity. So it is, or sometimes seems, […]

Varietal Focus: Grüner Veltliner

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Grüner Veltliner Austria, Burgenland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, New Zealand Aromatic white flowers, lentils, fresh watercress and celery salt.  White peach, poached pear, lime blossoms, fresh cracked wheat and caraway Spicy dishes, game, artichokes, asparagus

Portalis Wine 101 days ago

A Touch Outré ? Summer Whites

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A Touch Outré – Summer Whites Time to take a path you haven't taken- travel to unfamiliar territory and taste some refreshing whites that are not common to the marketplace!  We all have our cherished go to whites, roses and cocktails for warmer weather, yet sometimes we crave something a bit more eccentric.  Let's get […]

Portalis Wine 102 days ago

Varietal Focus: Sauvignon Gris

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Sauvignon Gris  France (Bordeaux), New Zealand, USA (California), Chile, Australia Purportedly a mutation of Sauvignon Blanc and also known as Fié Gris, only 2% of the white varietals in Bordeaux are Sauvignon Gris.  Close to extinction, the varietal is briny, crisp, dry and high in citrus fruits. Lightly roasted meats, white meats, fish, oysters a...

Portalis Wine 102 days ago

Varietal Focus: Pinot Blanc

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Pinot Blanc     France (Alsace, Burgundy, Champagne), Germany, Luxembourg, Italy, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, USA (California) Canada (Okanagan Valley), Australia A mutation of Pinot Noir, this varietal is softer in acidity than Pinot Gris, yet tree fruits, soft white blossoms and simple citrus notes are common.  Green vegetal notes of peppe...

Portalis Wine 102 days ago

Varietal Focus: Grenache Blanc

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Grenache Blanc France (Southern Rhone), Spain (Catalunya), USA (California) Stone fruits- warm green and gold apples, with citrus blossom and peel, mild minerality, medium body and medium acidity.  Typically blended with other varietals in Southern France. Roasted poultry, baked meat pies, pasta dishes

Portalis Wine 102 days ago
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