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Sonoma Wine Country Weekened!

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[…] The post Sonoma Wine Country Weekened! appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 67 days ago

Napa quake registers 6.0

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An area south of Napa was the center of a big earthquake overnight. The 6.0 quake, the biggest in the Bay Area in 25 years, shook wine barrels and bottles off of shelves and onto the ground. What the damage is remains to be seen; we hope that it is fixable and that the barrels […] The post Napa quake registers 6.0 appeared first on Dr Vino�...

Dr Vino's wine blog 67 days ago

Napa Valley Earthquake: Not too shaken, just a little stirred in Sonoma County

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I terrible pun, I know, but actually very true, about this Napa Valley earthquake, as it relates to outlying regions. Our hearts go out to all of the wine companies, their owners, and their employees, whose lives just got turned upside down. this is PR pro Mia Malm's office. While This is an office pick-up, […] The post Napa Valley Earthquake...

Wine Blog 67 days ago

Fall Back in Love with the Wine Country

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It's been a long, hot summer this year and we know you're as excited as we are for the weather to cool down and for fall to roll in. This fall, don't restrict yourself to your usual wine destinations, try something new and visit one of these wine country hotspots Touring & Tasting has hand-selected

Ken's Wine Guide 67 days ago

Things are a little yeasty in there

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[…] The post Things are a little yeasty in there appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago

How to Make Your Own Wine Label

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Part of the fun of making your own wine is getting to personalize the wine bottles. But if you're anything like me and your talent lies more in drinking wine than graphic design, Wine Folly has some great tips on making your own wine labels. Wine Folly suggests mimicking commercial brand labels. Don't copy them, […]

Andy's Wine Blog 68 days ago

Make Your Own Rhubarb Wine

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Blueberries, pomegranates, black cherries and grapes aren't the only wine varieties. Sometimes a vegetable will work too. Rhubarb might not be the first thing you"d think of for wine, but this sweet plant is perfect for it. And Here We are has a delicious-sounding, easy-to-follow recipe right here: Rhubarb Wine

Andy's Wine Blog 68 days ago

Dishing with Jameson Fink at Grape Collective

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Recently Jameson Fink asked us to be his very first wine blogging duo interview for Grape Collective's Speakeasy feature. A mix of journalism and commerce, Grape Collective is the brainchild of Publisher Christopher Barnes. In addition to Barnes and Fink, … Continue reading →

another wine blog 68 days ago

City Kitchen: Beyond Potluck: A Bean Salad Worth the Shucking

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A harmonious bean salad delicately dressed in a Japanese-inspired vinaigrette.

The Pour 69 days ago

The Virtues of Green Bell Peppers

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Other cooks are welcome to banish green peppers from the plates. For me, they will always taste of the languor of long summer days and the occasional comfort of small things.

The Pour 69 days ago

When it’s time to kiill off a brand

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  When is it time to retire a tired brand? The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this week that Procter & Gamble is thinking of dropping one of its flagship brands, Ivory Soap, as part of an effort “to clear out weaker performers to focus on…brands that account for almost all its revenue and profit.” […]

Month of Salads #7: Pronto Truck

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The Pronto Truck's Baja Shrimp Cob SaladGourmet Girls Fine Catering has recently spawned the Pronto Truck. A drop of bright yellow sunlight at the base of the Perkins Road Overpass is the new "it girl" on the grab and go lunch scene. Gourmet Girls started the Pronto Truck because people kept trying to go to their storefront for lunch. After the dem...

Bite and Booze 69 days ago

Conscientious wine making and scrupulous storage are required to go the distance

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[Image borrowed from the Best of Wines.] Bacchus, author of the site, writes of Jim Ruxin: You will receive an email twice a month listing current holdings in Bordeaux, California, collectibles from current Parker-rated wines, Burgundies, Alsatian (a fetish), and even German Rieslings. His specialty is older vintages but you may have to wait until ...

Wine Blog 69 days ago

The 10 Winners of the 2014 Pacific Coast Oyster Wine Competition, USA

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Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller with Oyster Guru Jon Rowley in Seattle tasting oysters and oyster wines: West Coast Oysters and Wine with Jon Rowley in Seattle, USAThe 10 winners of the 2014 Pacific Coast Oyster Wine Competition were announced. The Pacific Coast Oyster Wine Competition is an annual event, now in its 20th year, orchestrated by Seat...

Schiller Wine 70 days ago

James Oseland, Saveur’s Editor, Quitting to Revamp Magazine at Rodale

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Mr. Oseland, who has led the food magazine since 2006, will transform Rodale’s 62-year-old Organic Gardening publication into Organic Life.

The Pour 70 days ago

Sauvignon Blanc Summer Wrap Up – Top Selections So Far

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Summer is the best time to enjoy Sauvignon Blanc. It is one of the most refreshing wines that I cover. It is perfect choice for hot days. It this post, I will highlight be best Sauvignon Blancs that I have discovered so far this summer. We will start the post with a perennial favorite.

Ken's Wine Guide 70 days ago

California Golf Vacations

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Plan your California golf vacations here. Learn about golf courses in California. Combine a golf trip with wine tasting at world class California wineries. Enjoy romantic restaurants, unique hotels

Cheers2Wine Blog 70 days ago

The Pour: In Bordeaux, ChAsteau Palmer Dares to Experiment

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A leading estate moves decisively into the 21st century even as it still dabbles in the 19th.

The Pour 70 days ago

Hungry City: The Dogwood in Prospect Park South, Brooklyn

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At the Dogwood in Prospect Park South, Brooklyn, the cooking of North Carolina creates a place that is at once a neighborhood spot and a patch of elsewhere.

The Pour 70 days ago

A Quiet Resistance (Eyrie Vineyards Original Vines Pinot Noir, In Retrospect)

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Generally speaking, when you’re attending a Pinot Noir masterclass-style tasting hosted by one of a wine region’s most historically significant properties, it’s not considered good form to giggle like an eight year-old girl. Which, of course, didn’t stop me from doing it. The trouble was, I just found the irony so damned funny, it was […] Gr...

1 Wine Dude 70 days ago

Writing you don’t see, revealed… Cadaretta’s Soil Composition at Southwind Vineyard

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Cadaretta Wine’s Soil Composition at Southwind Vineyard is a story that I wrote for our client. Because it's for their Website, it's got a copyright on it and stories like this I never put onto my blog ~ like so many other internal documents that I produce daily. But this one has just stuck with […] The post Writing you don't see, revealed...

Wine Blog 70 days ago

The changing approaches to wine writing

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  I don’t think wine tasting notes are in “big trouble,” as this op-ed piece by Lewis Perdue suggests, but Lewis is correct to point out their inherent subjectivity and overall fuzziness. He’s hardly the first: People have complained about winespeak for generations. “Hocus-pocus,” “the double brusheroo” [love that] and “trying to make things c...

Juvéniles in Paris: Legend Tim Johnston Pulls Back and Daughter Margaux Moves In, France

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Picture: Margaux and Tim Johnston, and Christian G.E.Schiller, in 2014 and 2013.One of the best wine bars on the contemporary Parisian wine scene is Juvéniles, a cosy wine bar cum wine shop.Juvéniles - in the 1st Arrondissement on the Left Bank, at 47 rue de Richelieu, very close to Palais Royal, the Louvre and the Grands Boulevards further north...

Schiller Wine 71 days ago

Noted: A Negroni Summer

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The Italian concoction is a latter-day Cosmopolitan.

The Pour 71 days ago

The Sazerac: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key Whiskey Bar

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Lock & Key's SazeracThe Sazerac is a cocktail of historic lore. The fact that it was created in New Orleans is undisputed, but the legends of apothecaries, pharmacists, and bartenders that contributed to the cocktail are vastly differing. One thing we do know is that the Sazerac started with a base of Cognac, Sugar, Peychaud's Bitters, a lemon ...

Bite and Booze 71 days ago

Eat: Indian Butter Chicken, by Way of Australia

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A great restaurant meal doesn’t always come from the chef.

The Pour 71 days ago

Mumm: Bubbly from France and Napa

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The Mumm family founded the G.H. Mumm champagne house in 1827. In 1876, as a tribute to some of their most prestigious clients, G.H. Mumm decorated a few of their bottles with a crossed red silk ribbon as a reference to the Legion of Honour. Today, G.H. Mumm is the leading champagne brand in France […]Mumm: Bubbly from France and Napa was ori...

Wine Peeps 71 days ago

PR 101 ~ The Art of Diplomacy

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I'm a Sagittarian; and in astrology, we're known to be pretty blunt. This isn't a cop out for my being blunt, nor does it say that astrology is the be all to end all for supposed traits within that world… It's just my life's observations about myself, and the realizations that my bluntness has sometimes […] The post PR 101 ~ The Art of ...

Wine Blog 71 days ago

Alta Maria Vineyards: Stop in and stay a while in Los Olivos

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[…] The post Alta Maria Vineyards: Stop in and stay a while in Los Olivos appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 72 days ago

A new winery P.R. website is born

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  This is pretty cool—a new blog that addresses “the practice of wine public relations, wine media trends, marketing ethics and news commentary.” Lots of blogs, including mine, have written stuff over the years on these topics, but I don’t know of any blog that is solely dedicated to them. The creators, Tom Wark and […]

LA Country tries to crush Malibu wine

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California…celebrities…vineyards…Throw in some hills, glitzy real estate with water views and it sounds like a match made in some screenwriter's Heaven. But LA County authorities are taking a dim view of such a scene. The part they find objectionable, oddly, are the vines! Yes, what is now LA was the home to some of the […] ...

Dr Vino's wine blog 72 days ago

Brisket is Worth the Wait

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Brisket, part of the Texas Trinity of barbecue, has been enthusiastically embraced by New Yorkers.

The Pour 72 days ago

Montauk Pearl Oysters for Your Kitchen and More

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The chef at Bo’s Kitchen & Bar Room shares his recipe for broiled oysters, the Vacu Vin Instant Pickler is tested and Brighton Beach gets another taste of Russia.

The Pour 72 days ago

Off the Menu: Petaluma, a New York Staple, Is Reborn

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Other new restaurants include La Cigogne, 100 Montaditos and Torino.

The Pour 72 days ago

Restaurant Review: Delaware and Hudson

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Delaware and Hudson in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, features the chef’s version of old-fashioned dishes from the mid-Atlantic region.

The Pour 72 days ago

Senate Dining Room Is One More Casualty of Partisanship

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Comity has been eroding for years in Washington, but to see the fractured Senate in a more personal way, one has only to visit the exclusive dining room.

The Pour 72 days ago

Black Magic Beers: Brew Dogs Works Voodoo into the Louisiana Craft Beer Scene

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Martin Dickie (left) and James Watt (right) on a balcony in New Orleans, LouisianaIf you've never heard of Brew Dogs, now is the perfect time to do your homework. James Watt and Martin Dickie are the owners of Brew Dog brewery in Scotland, a rising star amongst the brewing constellation in the United Kingdom. Their show on the Esquire Network follo...

Bite and Booze 72 days ago

I Whine On iWineRadio (And Thoughts On The Simple Reasons Behind Why We Should Love Wine)

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Last week, I had the pleasure of having my name added to the impressive guest list of those who’ve been interviewed by Lynn Krielow Chamberlain on her iWineRadio podcast. The short (for my run-on mouth, anyway), and relatively safe for work (by my standards, which admittedly are rather loose) interview is embedded/linked below for your […] G...

1 Wine Dude 72 days ago

The ‘Res Ipsa Loquitor’ mutual admiration society circumlocution

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What goes round and round and round again? The ‘Res Ipsa Loquitor‘ mutual admiration society… [pronounced rayz ip-sah loh-quit-her (the thing speaks for itself)] On Sunday, August 17, PS I Love You and Kent Rosenblum (below, from Rock Wall Wine Company) hosted our annual volunteer and Groupies picnic. The following is a thank you ...

Wine Blog 72 days ago

Introducing Berry Bros. & Rudd’s Reserve Red, White and Rosé

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A merchant’s house wine should be the best it can offer for the price: a standard by which it can be judged. And so it was with no small sense of responsibility that Mark Pardoe MW, our Wine Buying Director, embarked on a project to refresh and improve our own-label offering. The Berrys’ Own Selection […]The post Introducing Berry Bros. &...

Berrys' Wine Blog 73 days ago

A winery digicom manager on his job

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  Mark Gordon is senior digital communications manager for La Crema Winery. He oversees all digital media outreach for the company’s various brands, including social media, blogs, and web development and design. He’s also my colleague. I interviewed the 46-year old recently in Healdsburg and began with a tough question. SH: Aren’t you too old ...

Tasting with the German Wine Princess Sabine Wagner at the German Wine Society in Philadelphia, USA

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Picture: Tasting with the German Wine Princess Sabine Wagner at the German Wine Society in Philadelphia, USAWine 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 Qu...

Schiller Wine 73 days ago

A Grocery Chain With a Neighborly Feel Is Branching Out

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Ioannis Zoitas and his wife, Maria, Greek immigrants who own five Westside Markets, are planning one on Third Avenue that will compete with some food giants.

The Pour 73 days ago

Don’t Fear the Sulfites

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I know several people who won't drink wine "because of the sulfites." One friend says the sulfites trigger her asthma. Another friend is convinced that's what gives her a headache after a night of drinking. Maybe it's because many wine labels say "Contains Sulfites" like a warning, but many people have the mistaken idea that […]...

Andy's Wine Blog 73 days ago

Alan Harding, a Brooklyn Restaurant Pioneer, Reshapes His Career

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Mr. Harding proved you could open Manhattan-worthy restaurants in Brooklyn and succeed. Too many competitors got the message.

The Pour 73 days ago

Cookbooks: Hybrid Booklets Puts Recipes at the Fore

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Short Stack is a year-old series of small, boldly designed booklets that fall somewhere between magazines and cookbooks.

The Pour 73 days ago

Tasting Italy: day two in Piedmont

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The second day of Vanessa's Italian tasting trip takes her into La Morra, where the superlative wines are hard to better. We began our day in La Morra, first visiting Trediberri and then Roberto Voerzio. Davide Voerzio took us into one of the estates five vineyards and explained its low-yield philosophy. In order to maximize […]The post Tasti...

Berrys' Wine Blog 73 days ago

Month of Salads #6: MJ's Café

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The peach and blueberry salad at MJ's CaféMJ's has been one of my favorite hidden gems in Baton Rouge for several years now. Despite my carnivorous ways, popping in to MJ's for a freshly made soup, vegetarian sandwich, or a locally constructed salad really hits the spot for me at lunch time. Maureen Joyce, the owner, has always made it a point to s...

Bite and Booze 73 days ago

Mix Wine Or Gin With Fruit And It’s Summertime

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Some summer cocktail suggestions. Summertime is always fun. The abundance of fruits, vegetables and herbs inspire us to shake up and expand our cooking, and also our drinking. Summer wine cocktails may seem sometimes to be a bit of work, but are so worth the effort. There are, obviously, numerous recipes in books and online, but summer means not h...

Grapelines 73 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For August 18, 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 73 days ago
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