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Is “terroir” a social construct, or an objective fact?

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  If the definition of insanity (as Albert Einstein is reputed to have said) is doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results, then I must be insane for delving yet again into a discussion about the meaning of terroir—even when I know that such exercises will result in utter futility, […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 2 hours, 3 min ago

Best San Diego Restaurants

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Dine at the best San Diego restaurants and save money during San Diego Restaurant Week. Do you enjoy dining out? Experience fine dining and save money at the same time.

Cheers2Wine Blog 4 hours, 19 min ago

Cafe Beaujolais Mendocino Restaurant

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Be sure to dine at Cafe Beaujolais. We've eaten at most of the restaurants in Mendocino and this is easily our favorite Mendocino restaurant.

Cheers2Wine Blog 4 hours, 19 min ago

Summer Wine Country Bucket List

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Getting tired of the same summer routine? Switch it up with some out-of-the-box adventures and activities that will take the "average" right out of your summer vocabulary. You may be trying to cool off from the hot weather, but don’t look any further than Touring & Tasting’s summer wine country bucket list to add some

Ken's Wine Guide 7 hours, 32 min ago

Australian Cafes Arrive in New York

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Australians go to cafes for good coffee and good food and are opening many in New York. All that’s missing are the surfboards.

The Pour 12 hours, 21 min ago

Front Burner: A Little Something to Get the Party Going

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A bakery makes party nibbles; new cookies taste homemade; bacon rinds are cooked in olive oil.

The Pour 13 hours, 17 min ago

2012 Canoe Ridge “The Expedition” Chardonnay 750 mL

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The 2012 growing season was the coolest and longest on record. Similar to the 2010 vintage, 2011 began with a cool, wet spring that delayed flowering and lightened the crop set. The weather warmed up in mid-July, but temperatures remained moderate until late August. Verasion started late August, and extended well into September. The naturally [R...

Wine Blog Pro 13 hours, 34 min ago

N.L.R.B. Ruling Holds McDonald’s, Not Just Franchisees, Liable for Worker Treatment

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If upheld, the decision by the National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel could upend employment practices in the fast-food industry and invite unionization.

The Pour 13 hours, 49 min ago

Off The Menu: Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co. Opens in Brooklyn

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This new fish market and restaurant in Greenpoint aims to fill a void.

The Pour 14 hours, 9 min ago

The Pour: Splendor in Solitude

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A tiny Basque corner of southwest France, isolated by the Pyrenees, offers compelling wines.

The Pour 14 hours, 14 min ago

Restaurant Review: Russ & Daughters Cafe

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The Russ & Daughters Cafe, which opened in May, is modeled on the family’s 100-year-old Lower East Side store, but adds to and deviates from its namesake in inspired ways.

The Pour 15 hours, 0 min ago

California law allows minors to sip and spit–for credit

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Being an undergrad and drinking may appear to go hand in hand. But now they can legally go together in California. Well, sipping and spitting, that is. Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a the so-called "sipped and spit" bill last week. As of next year, California students enrolled in beer or winemaking classes will […] The post California ...

Dr Vino's wine blog 18 hours, 29 min ago

Reviews (And Wine Labels) ‘R’ Us (Answers.com Wine Article Roundup, July 2014)

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We wind down yet another summer month (a scorcher for me, since we spent a good portion of it without a working central AC system at 1WD HQ), and so we have another round of Wine.Answers.com article highlights for your reading pleasure. I was in full-on review mode this month, in an attempt to make […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide an...

1 Wine Dude 21 hours, 14 min ago

Going down in history as a Variety versus Varietal old fart

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Yup… I'm going down in history as a Variety versus Varietal old fart, and I don't care. I first wrote about his on May 11, 2007. Then, I brought it up again on March 11, 2011. My most recent post for this one was on July 3, 2012. Now, it's July 2014, and it's circled […] The post Going down in history as a Variety versus Varietal old fa...

Wine Blog 23 hours, 14 min ago

East Bay Vintners Alliance – Urban Wine Xperience

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[…]The post East Bay Vintners Alliance – Urban Wine Xperience appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 1 day ago

How will the Internet of Things impact the wine business?

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  I began hearing about the Internet of Things (IoT) last year. It was hard to wrap my mind around it—what is it, exactly?—and still is. The best I can do is to quote Wikipedia and then see if I can make sense of that. (Hang in there for a moment, because this is eventually […]

For N.Y. Chefs, the Appeal of America

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Diners all over the country are hungry for new food experiences, and young New York chefs are eager to fulfill them.

The Pour 1 day ago

Tracy Golf

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Visit Tracy, Califonia. You'll have fun visiting Tracy wineries as well as golfing at Tracy golf courses.

Cheers2Wine Blog 1 day ago

How America Caused – And Cured – A Winemaking Crisis

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A review of Castel Rosé du Castel 2013 and Isle of Arran 10 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Among the plethora of pests that winemakers must contend against, none has been more devastating than a sap-sucking insect named “phylloxera.” This tiny aphid-like bug destroys vines by feeding off the roots, thereby choking off the supply of nutrients ...

Grapelines 1 day ago

Local Libations: Olive or Twist hosts Sweet Crude Rum Tasting

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Sweet Crude RumOlive or Twist is known for their ability to craft unbelievably delicious cocktails utilizing fresh ingredients and a flurry of inspiration. They're also known for great happy hour specials and the ever-popular weekly Wednesday free tastings! This Wednesday, July 30th from 7-9pm, Olive or Twist will be hosting Lafayette's Sweet Crude...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

Sunny and Special Chiringuitos: The Best Beachside Dining in Barcelona

 Mark As Read    

First things first: Barcelona is NOT a city where you can walk into any random restaurant and expect an “at least decent” meal. Yes, this food Mecca is full of amazing cuisine, culture, craftsmanship, tradition and innovation; however, it's also full of businesses (restaurants and otherwise) that are operated with […]

Catavino 1 day ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 28, 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 1 day ago

Grasshopper, I’m concerned about the us versus them mentality

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I wrote this story on July20, and scheduled it for today. I have to write ahead, because my day job is writing for other people, and I don't have the luxury of time each morning to write 1,500 words, as this blog post is. This takes about three to do… I'd have to be up […] The post Grasshopper, I'm concerned about the us versus them men...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Goodbye to the era of the Big Critic

 Mark As Read    

  We entered it as stealthily as we seem to be exiting it: the era of the Big Critic, which began, roughly speaking, around 1980 with the rise of Wine Spectator and its cadre of writers, and then really burst into prominence with the emergence of The Wine Advocate and its owner, Robert M. Parker. […]

The Only Thing Comparable to the Wine in Napa Valley? The Food.

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INGREDIENTS: 1 1/2 pounds fresh tuna steaks or fillets 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 2 teaspoons thyme 1 teaspoon fennel seeds, ground in spice grinder 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 teaspoon salt Olive oil for coating the skillet 4 sesame rolls or English muffins, toasted 6 to 8 tablespoons aioli PREP TIME: 0:30 MIN PREPARATION: Trim […]

Dean and DeLuca RSS 2 days ago

For Coconut Waters, a Street Fight for Shelf Space

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Why is coconut water everywhere? Because two companies battled for market share, one yoga studio and corner store at a time.

The Pour 3 days ago

What's in It?: Coconut Water Changes Its Claims

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The drink was once billed as a remedy for a number of health problems. But its marketers have changed their tune.

The Pour 3 days ago

Not your Grandfather’s Wine Blog

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Wine blogs are in a flurry in response to comments made here, and elsewhere to the print writer panels' critique and advice to bloggers on wine writing at the recent annual Wine Bloggers' Conference. Several blogs authored by both females … Continue reading →

another wine blog 4 days ago

Hold the Regret? Fast Food Seeks Virtuous Side

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Several small restaurant chains that have reported impressive earnings, like Tender Greens, LYFE Kitchen and SweetGreen, offer organic, grass-fed, even vegan dishes.

The Pour 4 days ago

2010 Desert Wind Chardonnay Columbia Valley Wahluke Slope Desert Wind Vineyard 750 mL

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subtle hints of vanilla. Vineyard Notes: Desert Wind Vineyard is located in Eastern Washington on the Wahluke Slope. This site is considered a zone 3, the hottest in the Columbia Valley. The 480-acre vineyard is a southern facing block with a 2 percent down hill slope. The soil is very shallow and rocky and the […]

Wine Blog Pro 4 days ago

City Kitchen: A Greek Summer Treasure

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In a classic salad or a dish with shrimp, sweet, meaty, sun-ripened tomatoes are served virtually unadorned.

The Pour 4 days ago

A Good Appetite: The Future Looks Peachy

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A good peach pie will often disappear in a flash. A slab pie, on the other hand, will feed a crowd and still provide leftovers.

The Pour 4 days ago

In the future, everyplace will be “the next Napa” for 15 minutes

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  It’s a slow news day, it’s been a long week, so you’ll have to cut me some slack here with this rather tongue-in-cheek post that actually does contain a kernel of observational sanity. An online news site, Uncover California, has a story today that claims “Many people believe the promising wine region of the […]

Marin County California

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Take the short drive over the Golden Gate Bridge into Marin County California. Plan a wine tour to visit the fascinating Marin County wineries in this region.

Cheers2Wine Blog 4 days ago

Favorite Sonoma County Hotels

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Discover the best Sonoma County hotels. Enjoy your next trip to Sonoma, California at one of these favorite Sonoma hotels.

Cheers2Wine Blog 4 days ago

Basic Wine Information

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Cheers2Wine is pleased to provide you with the basic wine information you are looking for. Learn about different varitals, how to pair food with wine, and tips to increase tasting knowledge.

Cheers2Wine Blog 4 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: Slow Food Spain

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Photographer: Ryan Opaz Capture Date: 2007 Location: Spain About: Live in Catalunya long enough and you'll encounter flocks of residents spread across the green landscapes after a rain in search of the elusive snail. Snails are gastronomic specialties in Catalonia, served in a variety of ways depending on the restaurant or one's mother. The […...

Catavino 4 days ago

Dog Days in the Vineyard… loveable and creative promtion

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This one's novel, because so many wineries don't even want to see your dog at their facilities. The post Dog Days in the Vineyard… loveable and creative promtion appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Rosés of Summer – Tribute to Grace Grenache Rosé

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[…]The post Rosés of Summer – Tribute to Grace Grenache Rosé appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 5 days ago

Subway Inn to Make Its Last Stop

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The endearing dump of a saloon, which has endured for nearly eight decades, is expected to close “on or about the 15th of August.”

The Pour 5 days ago

Hungry City: Brooklyn Ball Factory in East Williamsburg

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Japanese comfort food, coffee and tea can be relished from an unassuming warehouse in Brooklyn.

The Pour 5 days ago

True Grit: 7 Places to get Shrimp & Grits in the Capital City

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Shrimp and Grits is a typical Southern dish rumored to be the creation of South Carolina where it is often referred to as Low Country Shrimp. In Louisiana, we have a slightly different passion for shrimp and grits which can do you right for brunch or really any meal. Over the last couple months I gathered up a list of places in Baton Rouge you can ...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

Behind the scenes at Britain’s best wine bar

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Charlotte Sager-Wilde – one half of the duo behind Sager & Wilde, London’s most talked-about wine bar – gives her insights into the wine-bar revolution, what’s next for S&W and which, in her view, are the most exciting wines in the world at the moment. What inspired Sager & Wilde and can you tell us […]The post Behind the scenes a...

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago

T Magazine: Sunday Night Dinner | A Trusty Old French Spot for Frites on the Upper West Side

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Cafe Luxembourg has been a neighborhood hotspot and pre- and post-Broadway dining destination for 31 years — and hasn’t slowed down yet.

The Pour 5 days ago

Veraison

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Yountville cabernet sauvignon 7/24/14

Wine Camp Blog 5 days ago

Come Original (On Negative Reviews, #WBC14, Boring Wine Writing, & Non-Boring Wines)

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“A warning to the crews out there who think they're hot, if you're not original rockers you will get shot down by the kids neglectin' your art, the stuff you did, eventually it get so bad puts you to bed ’cause when the lightning flashes sweet electricity, all the world then stands revealed with the […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide a...

1 Wine Dude 5 days ago

Cork … It’s what’s for dinner

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Did you know even that it's an oak tree that has this bark? From the mighty oak, comes the cork, besides the nuts. The post Cork … It's what's for dinner appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 5 days ago

Everybody wants that younger demographic

 Mark As Read    

  Like King Arthur seeking the Holy Grail, wine marketers turn a covetuous eye toward Millennials, or Gen Y, as the answer to their (sales) prayers. Nothing surprising about that—marketing people always are looking to attract buyers–but what’s downright bizarre is that many of them are changing their previous marketing message, in some c...

Eat: A Chinese Caesar Salad With Umami

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Mission Chinese Food’s interpretation on a classic owes more to Japan than Caesar.

The Pour 6 days ago
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