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Uproot Wines Napa Valley Wine Mixed Pack, 2 x 750 mL

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We love a challenge and 2011 was one. For our Cabernet we went to Howell Mountain in St. Helena, where two ideal blocks on a rocky hillside gave us the warm weather conditions and drainage we needed for great fruit. We aged it in 65% new oak to give it just the right amount of […]

Wine Blog Pro 14 hours, 33 min ago

Tips from the Trenches: How to #WBC16

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Two weeks from today, the 9th AnnualAs Wine Bloggers ConferenceAs kicks off in downtown Lodi. As I can't believe we've been running this show for nine years, and that some of us who were there in the beginning, what a long, strange, trip it's been! Like everything, the blogging and the career have changed a lot over that time period. As You may hav...

Luscious Lushes 17 hours, 10 min ago

What to Cook: What to Cook This Weekend

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Some feelings about brunch, a couple of weekend projects and suggested reading.

The Pour 19 hours, 58 min ago

Here’s What You’re Missing at the Museum of Ice Cream

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The sold-out spectacle is the brainchild of a digital strategist whose longtime dream was to jump into a pool full of sprinkles.

The Pour 20 hours, 20 min ago

A Good Appetite: A Shortcut to Buttery Homemade Puff Pastry

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Even baking beginners can make this crust, which can be used to top a caramel peach skillet pie.

The Pour 22 hours, 52 min ago

Tasting Paso Robles wines in–Oakland!

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  The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance held a big tasting at the Scottish Rite Temple (and don’t ask me what those Scottish “rites” are, cuz I don’t know!) yesterday. As this is just a hop, skip and jump from where I live, I took a walk along the Lake to catch up on what’s […]

Wine of the Week ~ 2015 Pinot Grigio Peter Zemmer

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A crisp, clean, Pinot Grigio machine that's an instant winner. Need a little chill after working in the garden, like I just did? This will straighten out all of the kinks and give you extreme satisfaction as you look over your latest seasonal developments. Moments like this put the moments into memorable… 2015 Pinot Grigio […]

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Review: ‘Ants on a Shrimp’ and Other Delicacies Test a Chef’s Mettle

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Maurice Dekkers’s film follows the renowned chef René Redzepi and his team to Tokyo, where they invent a menu of original dishes limited to Japanese ingredients.

The Pour 1 day ago

Denis Dubourdieu, Who Elevated Bordeaux White Wines, Dies at 67

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Mr. Dubourdieu, a scientist, professor and winemaker, owned and managed several estates and educated a generation of French vineyard managers.

The Pour 1 day ago

Wine School: Every Wine Deserves a Second Chance, Even Grüner Veltliner

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This Austrian wine leaves a distinctly different impression when tried again.

The Pour 1 day ago

Wine School: Your Next Lesson: Albariño

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This white wine from Galicia in northwestern Spain went quickly from unknown to taken for granted. What are the best ones like?

The Pour 1 day ago

Corks & Cleaver Shows Off on the Mississippi Gulf Coast

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by Jay DucoteChef David Dickensauge used to be a fixture in the Baton Rouge food scene, running the kitchen at Bin 77 with a creative and ever-changing menu as well as participating in numerous charity events by serving up inspired dishes to the crowds. When I got word that he'd be leaving Bin 77 to head to the Mississippi Gulf Coast, I knew it wou...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

Eat: When It’s Too Hot for Cooking, Try Yogurt for Dessert

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The best time to make shrikhand — the Indian confection flavored with sugar, saffron and pistachios — is now.

The Pour 2 days ago

On the road in “everybody’s favorite city,” San Francisco

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  Spent a delightful and as always an educational day yesterday accompanying some of our Sales people to a couple San Francisco restaurants. I always look forward to these trips, because they are sheer adventure. You never know what you’re going to get. We went first to a small eastern Mediterranean place in the Mission […]

What NOT to do if you’re a writer ~ A True Juicy Tale

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The statement below (on Facebook within a private group) inspired the following blog story… It's a secret that I've long held; and, it's "What NOT to do if you're a writer." This became the title, when I thought about how to position this memory. I've held it too long, I need to just let it […]

Wine Blog 2 days ago

László Alkonyi, Tokaj (Hungary)

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Laszlo Alkonyi in one of his vineyards Tállya, Tokaj (Hungary) You may not familiar with the name of Tallya but this village at a short distance from Tokaj has even deeper roots in the wine history of the region, and...

Noted: Champagne on the Rocks? It’s This Summer’s Drink

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The A-list wine is ditching its formal, tux-and-gown reputation to become a looser party drink.

The Pour 2 days ago

Personal Hygiene

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It was so clean. The color was not just healthy, but a brilliant, radiant garnet. I was struck by its purity. I'd spent most of the last several weeks drinking wines from west coast wine rebels. These are winemakers that distain convention and I admire their dedication to making natural wines. These winemakers see the over-oaked, over extracted win...

Wine Camp Blog 2 days ago

The Same Healthy Food, but It’s Cheaper Across Town

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In South Los Angeles, the price of a meal at Everytable restaurant will be about half as much as it is at a second location downtown.

The Pour 2 days ago

What are California’s greatest vineyards?

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  What are California’s grand cru vineyards? Somebody at work asked me this question, for a project they’re working on, so it got me to thinking. Some years ago, I wrote an article for Wine Enthusiast (which I no longer have available, alas) on California’s five greatest vineyards. Before I could make that determination, I […]

A Lesson in Old World and New World Wines

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Some believe that winemakers have a sense of their wines and sommeliers have a sense of their place. Let's explore that through wines that I tasted side by side with a group of wine pros with Old World and New World comparatives. Old World ~ Primitivo 2008 Primitivo Rosso IGT Puglia ~ With the high […]

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Wild Swing in Prices at Four Seasons Auction

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Collectors bid on an Emil Antonucci sign depicting the restaurant’s arboreal logo and midcentury treasures from the birthplace of the power lunch.

The Pour 3 days ago

Boîte: The Starliner Serves Stiff Drinks and Big Booths in Bushwick

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Tucked under the elevated M line, the bar evokes the ballroom of a midcentury cruise liner.

The Pour 3 days ago

A French Chef Is Making Sure Leftovers Don’t Get Left Behind

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Antoine Westermann’s Le Coq Rico, with branches in Paris and New York, has embraced and elevated the doggie bag, adding alluring recipes.

The Pour 3 days ago

When Will Food Issues Be on Politicians Plates?

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In the Democratic and Republican platforms, there’s been no battle cry over what we eat. But maybe it’s just a matter of time.

The Pour 3 days ago

Off the Menu: Floyd Cardoz Returns to Indian Cooking at Paowalla

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A new home for the former Tabla chef, a spot for Korean small plates, and other restaurant news.

The Pour 3 days ago

Restaurant Review: Pasquale Jones Brings a Little Novelty to Little Italy

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A new restaurant from the Charlie Bird team dabbles in pizzas and pastas, and specializes in wine.

The Pour 3 days ago

There’s gold in that furrow!

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Driving up a dusty dirt road, at the edge of a vineyard in Lodi, you could see the history in the vines. As These gnarled old beasts were baking in the late spring heat, and you could just feel the struggle as they worked to survive the turbulent weather. This was Rauser Vineyard, planted with old vine Carignane and Zinfandel. As Our The post There...

Luscious Lushes 4 days ago

Will the CIA get COPIA right? And, how do those Google search rankings work, anyway?

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  I’m glad they’ve finally figured out what to do with the old COPIA building, after all these years. And what is that, you ask? The facility will become “a satellite of the Greystone campus” of the Culinary Institute of America, which itself is in St. Helena, according to Eater. I wonder if it will […]

Yogurt Plant’s Closing Prompts Questions on Cuomo’s Economic Growth Plans

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The Müller Quaker Dairy plant in Batavia, N.Y., closed less than three years after opening despite receiving major tax credits from the state’s Excelsior Jobs Program.

The Pour 4 days ago

Historical Wine Grape Variety: Mission

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The following was a final project that I wrote for my Enology class at Santa Rosa Junior College, taught by Pat Henderson, winemaker for Valley of the Moon. It was regarding the Mission Grape's role in California Wine Viticultural history. After my presentation, which included a tasting of a light but flavorful Malvadino Mission wine, […]...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Protected: Guideline for a meeting with wine media

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There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Eataly Expands in Manhattan to World Trade Center

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A juice bar, a breakfast spot and a profusion of Italian foods like cured meat, cheese, pasta and gelato will be found downtown.

The Pour 4 days ago

Jay D's Bites: Smoked CreoleTomato Soup

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by Blair LoupThis is not a drill! Chef Aimee Tortorich has concocted the most delicious tomato soup to have ever graced my taste buds. Still processing the loss of the spicy tomato soup at Chelsea's, I have finally found a stand in.It's spicy, it's smokey and it's everything your grilled cheese sandwich is looking for. If you've got some wood chips...

Bite and Booze 4 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 25, 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 4 days ago

Front Burner: African Food Festival Arrives at the Brooklyn Navy Yard

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Chef demonstrations, vendors, a coffee ceremony, brunches and dinners and even a hookah lounge.

The Pour 5 days ago

Front Burner: Sprinkles That Go Beyond the Rainbow

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For your cakes or cupcakes, some are silvery, some crystal sugar and some say, “I like you.”

The Pour 5 days ago

Front Burner: A Silicone-Covered French Rolling Pin for Delicate Doughs

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It is seamless and the ends are sealed, so nothing will get stuck.

The Pour 5 days ago

Thinking about history, while it’s being made all around us

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  In these dog days of summer, with dangerous wildfires burning up and down the coast, and the country in a state of political hallucination, I retreat into the pleasanter realms of wine history, where everything is neat, tidy and comprehensible. Well, almost. Dan Berger’s recent column on Santa Barbara wine history ignores one of […]

PR 101 – The Art and Costs of Being on “The List”

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Who's on "The List" at any wine event? First, it's the primary influencers. They're invited and the hosts are happy to have them. They'll attend, and today's social media responses don't even have to wait for a paper to be printed (dinosaur), or a blog story to be written (so yesterday). Today, it's Instagram and […]...

Wine Blog 5 days ago

2013 Textbook Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 750 Ml

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Rainfall returned with a vengeance in 2011, including a wet winter and storms into June, delaying flowering. A cool summer pushed ripening back, and led the most diligent of growers to trim canopies and yields as a precaution. Shatter, combined with aggressive crop management, led to one of the smallest harvests in years. In the […]

Wine Blog Pro 5 days ago

Angel Food Cake, an Airy Bed for Summer Fruit

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There’s a trick to making this light, versatile classic.

The Pour 7 days ago

Make Vibrant Mezze the Whole Meal

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These Middle Eastern and Mediterranean small plates are a brilliant solution for summertime dining.

The Pour 7 days ago

Wine of the Week ~ 2014 Laughinghouse Petite Sirah

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The Wine ~ Laughinghouse Petite Why I'm writing about this one is that it's an "American Dream" wine. The dream was there to create a brand and now it's being actualized. I love wine negotiates. They get to dabble with what others have brought forth as they go on a buying trip to make that […]

Wine Blog 8 days ago

Judit & József Bodó, Tokaj (Hungary)

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Judit Bodó in her cask cellar Tokaj, Hungary The Tokaj region may be felt like an established wine region from abroad due to its documented tradition in the past centuries but oddly it's also a very dynamic region in terms...

Wines of The Times: Searching for Soul Among Douro Reds

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The wine panel sought and found some distinctive wines, but glossy modern winemaking too often took the spotlight.

The Pour 8 days ago

Hungry City: At Dawa’s in Queens, a Fusion of Earth and Sky

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At this Tibetan and American cafe, the thrill is the hidden tracks on the flip side of the menu.

The Pour 8 days ago

Drink: How Sex, Animals and Obama End Up in Drink Names

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Christening cocktails can be as bold an art as creating them.

The Pour 9 days ago

Eat: A Clam Fritter That Brings the Bahamas to Your Home

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Peppery heat and a zip of lime add an island flair to the familiar.

The Pour 9 days ago

Tasting mountain wines with a valley appellation

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  Gus and I headed up to the Alexander Valley yesterday for a tasting. It was chilly and foggy in Oakland when we left early, and the ride could have been worse: only 1-3/4 hours. We drove up the 101 to Alexander Valley Road, turned east through some awfully pretty wine country, and then—before reaching […]

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