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Saying Goodbye to Texsom 2014

 Mark As Read    

As August wains, I need to say my final goodbyes to this year's Texsom. The new acquaintances, visits with old friend and, oh yes, the education happened and went far to quickly. After ten years, the "little" sommelier conference that James Tidwell and Drew Hendricks believed could fill an important industry need has. There are...

VintageTexas 15 hours, 43 min ago

Emotion, the Bee Gees and Bill Harlan: The power of persuasion

 Mark As Read    

  “It’s just emotion that’s taking me over,” the Bee Gees crooned—emotionally—on their 1978 hit, “Emotion,” a song of unrequited love and the pain it can cause. We all know how powerful emotions can be. If strong enough, they can, and do, overrule reason and common sense, and “take over,” driving their human to perform […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 23 hours, 18 min ago

Wines under $20: Ott (Gruner edition)

 Mark As Read    

There's a hilarious story that runs every August: they're running out of rosé in The Hamptons! Predictably, it ran again this week. There are tons of great rosés out there (both still AND sparkling, ahem, Hamptons-goers) but the good ones do tend to sell out early in the season. So stock them early for subsequent […] The post Wines under $20:...

Sting: pay to pick my grapes

 Mark As Read    

Finding labor to perform the annual harvest at a vineyard can be hard. But not if you are Sting: the Englishman in Tuscany is charging people $350 a day to come and work in his vineyard. The paying pickers would arrive at a leisurely 11:30 at Il Palagio, Sting and Trudie Styler's 900-acre estate. After […] The post Sting: pay to pick my grape...

City Kitchen: A Roasted Green Chile Evokes Santa Fe

 Mark As Read    

In New Mexico, late summer brings the pungent aroma from roadside grills.

The Pour 1 day ago

Sam Kass, the Obamas’ Foodmaster General

 Mark As Read    

Mr. Kass, the first family’s personal chef, has one of the highest public profiles of anyone in the East Wing and a window into the zealously guarded space and tastes of the Obama White House.

The Pour 1 day ago

At the Table | Berg’n: In Crown Heights, Small-Batch Food Scene Meets Beer Hall

 Mark As Read    

Berg’n is a vast new place in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, with food vendors and craft brews.

The Pour 1 day ago

A Good Appetite: No PB&J Allowed? Put Dips Into Lunchboxes

 Mark As Read    

If a child’s school bans nut-based foods, dips provide a delivery system for vegetables.

The Pour 1 day ago

Month of Salads #9: Beausoleil

 Mark As Read    

Beausoleil's Grilled Shrimp Pasta SaladBeausoleil gets a lot of recognition for their curried chicken salad sandwich on their brunch and lunch menu, but their other versions of salad also highlight bold flavors that come together in a way that has this big guy craving something a little greener. I'm a huge fan of their seafood salad, but I ventured...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

Innovation: Who Made That Tabasco Sauce?

 Mark As Read    

A sugar plantation leads to spice.

The Pour 1 day ago

Sunday Sojourn ~ The Man Who Cried + A Wine Journey

 Mark As Read    

Any wonderful story deserves equally wonderful wines, and so I got to work... The post Sunday Sojourn ~ The Man Who Cried + A Wine Journey appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 1 day ago

What makes a winery great?

 Mark As Read    

  I took a rare day off from the blog yesterday, and I know you notice when I do, because I hear from you! Which I’m grateful for. I sometimes refer to my “Thursday Throwaway” and “Friday Fishwrap” posts, because I well know we writers must be appreciative of every individual who reads us—we shouldn’t […]

Beer and Wine Producer Belgium

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Belgian Beer in AntwerpRecently, on a trip from Zeeland in Holland to Frankfurt in Germany, I had a beer in Antwerp in Belgium. I am not a beer drinker, but being in Belgium, I thought I should have a beer with my salty waffle. In fact, I let my daughter Katharina Schiller order the beer for me. What I got was beer with 8,5% alcohol, an al...

Schiller Wine 2 days ago

Disneyland Facts

 Mark As Read    

Get important Disneyland facts needed to plan a visit. More people have gone to Disneyland than any other park in the world.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

The Pour: 10 of New York City’s Most Surprising Wine Lists

 Mark As Read    

Here are 10 of New York City’s most surprising wine lists, in alphabetical order.

The Pour 2 days ago

Chat & Chow: Former Miss America Kate Shindle Revisits Favorite Haunts

 Mark As Read    

Former Miss America Kate Shindle’s favorite haunts include Artie’s Delicatessen, the Glass House Tavern and the Campbell Apartment.

The Pour 2 days ago

Charlie Palmer Rethinks His Empire

 Mark As Read    

The chef and restaurateur is spreading out in Midtown.

The Pour 2 days ago

Hungry City: Moldova in Midwood, Brooklyn

 Mark As Read    

New York’s one restaurant devoted to the cooking of Moldova offers genuine details and food, and can make even a wedding crasher feel welcome.

The Pour 2 days ago

Napa Valley Fine Dining

 Mark As Read    

Don't miss out on the best Napa Valley Fine Dining. Napa is known for both it's award winning wines and its world class Napa Valley restaurants.

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

di Rosa Preserve: Art and Nature

 Mark As Read    

di Rosa Preserve is Napa's best kept secret. This unique place to enjoy both art and nature is located on 217 scenic acres in the Napa Valley. It's the most significant art collection of Bay Area

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

Video: Exploring the Wild Side of Portugal in Peneda-Gerês National Park

 Mark As Read    

When you think of Portugal, do you imagine lush green forests teeming with wildlife? What about rushing rivers filled with fresh water eels, trout, perch, carpe, barbell and blue mussels? I'd even go so far to say that you've never even considered the possibility of rock climbing, canyoning, hiking or rafting […]

Catavino 2 days ago

Taste the difference: English sparkling wine

 Mark As Read    

English wines are enjoying a wonderful summer – not just out in the vineyards, but also when it comes to their increasingly celebrated reputation for quality. Stephanie Barlow, a Wine Advisor who recently hosted a sell-out tasting of Southern Belles in our Warehouse Shop, explores their many and varied charms. The profusion of fantastic farme...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

Month of Salads #8: Bistro Byronz

 Mark As Read    

Bistro Byronz Blackened Shrimp SaladBistro Byronz presents a lovely dining option nestled sweetly in Mid-City Baton Rouge. I brunched there the day after Fête Rouge with the ladies from Visit Baton Rouge as well as the great group of food bloggers that took to the town for the weekend. With a lot of water and several cups of coffee, I seemed to be ...

Bite and Booze 2 days ago

2 Yummy Recipes For Blueberry Muffins In Non Gluten Avatar!

 Mark As Read    

There are very few people who would say no to a perfectly made muffin. Even less amount of people would find it in them to say no to blueberries. There’s just something about blueberries that make you want to have them, in any avatar or form. And when you have soft moist muffins made with […]

How I Made My Pasta At Home – Minus The Gluten!

 Mark As Read    

Just because you are gluten intolerant doesn’t mean you cannot have some of the best Italian food. In fact, with the way the world is going today, you don’t even have to be gluten intolerant to steer clear of the foods that are high in gluten. It is just a matter of being health conscious. […]

The Wine Blogging Community Is A Joke, Part Two

 Mark As Read    

Back at the beginning of August, we generated a bit of controversy here (imagine that!) with my rant commentary on wine blogging, titled The Wine Blogging Community Is A Joke (But It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way). C’mon, with a nice, restrained title like that, who would’ve anticipated controversy?… Much commenting, sharing, linking, and […] ...

1 Wine Dude 2 days ago

Retailer With Beverage Education As A Priority ~ Total Wines & More

 Mark As Read    

I applaud Total Wines & More… Being on the inside of the wine business, I get to see things happening that let me know who's who and what's what. [Image: center is Ron Rubin, owner and president of The Rubin Family of Wines, greeting his guests.] I have been in the wine business for over […] The post Retailer With Beverage Education...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

12 Gifts For Your Gluten Intolerant Friend!

 Mark As Read    

So you have a friend who is gluten intolerant and you are wondering what you can gift them? Well we have some lovely ideas for you right here! People with gluten intolerance look and seem like completely normal people, but even a trace of gluten in their food and their lives become totally miserable. So […]

2 Recipes For Yummy Granola Bars Minus The Gluten!

 Mark As Read    

  In my family, there isn’t one person who doesn’t like granola bars. Be it breakfast or even a working lunch, these granola bars are a total life saver. Not only that. On days when I am running late in the morning, I usually pack in a couple of these granola bars into each of […]

More on the earthquake

 Mark As Read    

  You’ll have to forgive me for feeling a little philosophical today about our wine industry, but a disaster will do that to you. We still don’t know the full extent of the damage from the big Napa earthquake, and we may never, but the fact is, if you escaped unscathed—as most wineries and wine […]

Roux Wine Tours: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key Whiskey Bar

 Mark As Read    

Photo Credit: Bob Hamilton PhotographyOn this wonderful Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by the Lock & Key Whiskey Bar, I'd like to take this opportunity to welcome new sponsor, Roux Wine Tours! Owner and Certified Sommelier Myrna Arroyo specializes in traveling around the world and taking people on exclusive journeys. She has some incredible thin...

Bite and Booze 3 days ago

Napa Valley Earthquake ~ Halt The Sampels

 Mark As Read    

This is a public service announcement (PSA) from the Napa Valley office of Wine Spectator… You know how you ask, "What can I do to help?" Yeah… it's one of those moments. NAPA VALLEY EARTHQUAKE 2014 I just received this Email and know it's importance, as I have samples that I'd like to send in […] The post NAPA VALLEY EARTHQUAKE ~...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Schiller's Favorite Oyster Bars and Seafood Places in Seattle, USA

 Mark As Read    

Pictures: Pike Market in SeattleI am not that frequently in Seattle, but from time to time I am. I already issued a posting about Schiller's Favorite Wine Bars in Seattle: Schiller's Favorite Wine Bars in Seattle, USAHere are my favorite oyster bars and other seafood places in Seattle. The list is a mixture of own experiences, recommendations by o...

Schiller Wine 4 days ago

Philippine de Rothschild, Wine Nobility, Dies at 80

 Mark As Read    

The baroness moved from a career as an actress into the lead role in her family business, producing some of the world’s most renowned Bordeaux.

The Pour 4 days ago

Gilles Azzoni, Ardèche (Rhône)

 Mark As Read    

Gilles Azzoni Saint Maurice d'Ibie, Ardèche (Rhone) Gilles Azzoni's domaine sits at a safe distance from the noisy Rhone valley with its freeways and endless suburban sprawl, you need to drive winding secondary roads to reach the idyllic Ibie valley,...

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Drinker’s Manifesto

 Mark As Read    

We fear alcohol’s bad effects too much, and those of food too little.

The Pour 4 days ago

T Magazine: MAD4 Food Festival in Copenhagen: A Rallying Cry for Social Change

 Mark As Read    

This year’s symposium asked “What is cooking?” — a question that may have proved too difficult to answer.

The Pour 4 days ago

Raising a Glass for Jim Dyke, a New Candidate

 Mark As Read    

Mr. Dyke is building a constituency for a new winery.

The Pour 4 days ago

Off the Menu: Dirty French, From the Creators of Parm and Carbone, Opens Sept. 2

 Mark As Read    

From the creators of Parm and Carbone comes Dirty French in the Ludlow Hotel.

The Pour 4 days ago

Restaurant Review: BAstard in TriBeCa

 Mark As Read    

At BAstard in TriBeCa, Markus Glocker sends a clear message with memorable cooking.

The Pour 4 days ago

Saraghina, a Spanish Bakery, Opens in Brooklyn

 Mark As Read    

More dining news, including a smoked olive oil, a book about apples, ordering fish online, a new beer hall in Brooklyn and the King Cole Bar’s Bloody Mary recipe.

The Pour 4 days ago

Oregon, Unexpected (Answers.com August 2014 Wine Article Roundup)

 Mark As Read    

Summer, we hardly knew ye… August is drawing to a close, as is what felt like the briefest (and mildest, for us Communistwealth of PA dwellers) Summer on record. As we’ve been doing every month for quite some time here, we now take a gander back at this month’s Answers.com wine articles, which I humbly […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guid...

1 Wine Dude 4 days ago

Social Media Faux Pas, Reminder to Keep Your Social Media Local

 Mark As Read    

The Napa Valley Earthquake was very close to home. It was also quite a reminder for me how important it is to keep your business local; most especially your social media. Don't expect someone sitting in Kentucky, for example, to understand the local geography. And, how can you even begin to measure someone's emotional intelligence […] The pos...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

A tasting at Verité

 Mark As Read    

  Wonderful trip yesterday to Verité, the Jackson Family-owned property that quite frankly is killing it in Bordeaux blends. I’ve been on that opinion at least since I gave the 2006 La Muse a perfect 100 points, their first ever; but not their last, for Robert Parker recently gave no fewer than seven 100-point scores […]

Wijnhoeve De Kleine Schorre - Making Fine Wine in The Netherlands

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller and Johan van der Velde at Wijnhoeve De Kleine Schorre in The NetherlandsMy interest in The Netherlands got a boost recently when my daughter Katharina accepted a position as junior researcher at the University of Wageningen. I started to do some research on winemaking in The Netherlands and visited one of the best...

Schiller Wine 5 days ago

Sharky Brings Locavore to Myanmar

 Mark As Read    

A one-man empire producing European food in the tropics.

The Pour 5 days ago

Okra’s Triumph of Taste Over Texture

 Mark As Read    

Riding a wave of globalism and Southern culture’s star turn, okra has found audiences beyond those who appreciate its fibrous slime as thickener for gumbo.

The Pour 5 days ago

A Good Appetite: The Galette Forgives You

 Mark As Read    

A free-form pastry that splits the difference between a homey pie and a fancy tart.

The Pour 5 days ago

Video: The Stunning Landscape of Lisbon and Sesimbra, Portugal

 Mark As Read    

Summer is almost coming to end. The leaves are just starting to change ever -so-slightly. The air is cooling. And offices around Europe are coming back to life. Here at Catavino, we're enjoying this last week of fabulousness before coming on the grid full-time in September. Come September, ensuring that […]

Catavino 5 days ago

Fraud In The Wine Business

 Mark As Read    

The finale of a high-profile wine-fraud along with a review of the Barkan Assemblage Tzafit 2010 and a look at Irish Whiskies including a review of Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey. A few weeks ago, wine fraudster Rudy Kurnaiwan was sentenced to 10 years in prison and fined $20 million, according to The New York Times. The court also required him to...

Grapelines 5 days ago
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