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  • 2014 Top Texas Wines that Titillated My Taste Buds List

    Photo courtesy of 2014 Top Texas Wines that Titillated My Taste Buds List As in previous years, if you recall, the year finishes with lists of “Best Texas Wines” and then the discussion starts about why everyone’s favorite wine was not on the list, and how deficient the “best wine” process is.

    Vintage Texas Blogin Syrah- 3 readers -
  • Pasta and Red Wine

    Michele was in a taxi, on her way home from Denver where she was at #‎Craftsy filming #‎slowcooker cooking classes. The video, featuring 7 lessons and 12 recipes from #‎TheItalianSlowCooker, #‎TheFrenchSlowCooker and #‎TheMediterraneanSlowCooker will be available in February or March. Stay tuned! She told me to put up the water for pasta and and to reheat the sauce that she left.

    Charles Scicolone/ Charles Scicolone on Wine- 3 readers -
  • A Festive Sparkler From The Holy Land

    Today marks the midpoint of Hanukkah, and Christmas is just days away. What better time, then, to celebrate with a bottle of sparkling wine from Israel? Many people still associate sickly sweet Maneschewitz-like wines with Israel, but in recent decades, the country has quietly undergone a quality revolution.

    Odd Bacchus- 2 readers -
  • Wine Reviews: California Pinot Noir

    Lots of winemakers from across California have praised the 2012 vintage. The more Pinot Noirs from 2012 I taste, the more I understand their excitement. This report features a few exciting wines from 2012, as well as some from the leaner, tangier 2011 vintage, and a pair of late releases from 2009. All these wines were received as trade samples and tasted single-blind unless otherwise noted.

    Isaac Baker/ Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blogin Pinot Noir- 6 readers -
  • Annual toy drive yields nearly 750 pounds of gifts for kids

    Annual toy drive yields nearly 750 pounds of gifts for kids by Lisa Mattson on December 20, 2014 We’re proud to announce that this year’s Jordan Winery holiday toy drive yielded 740 pounds of toys for Sonoma County kids. Each year, between Thanksgiving and Christmas, Jordan Winery employees rally to donate toys for local children in need through the Toys for Tots non-profit organization.

    Lisa Mattson/ The Jordan Journey- 2 readers -
  • Sparkling Wine for New Year’s Eve versus Champagne

    Most people think of champagne as the drink of choice to ring in the New Year. But when the price of one bottle averages $60, you might want to consider sparkling wine, which offers great taste for a fraction of champagne’s price. Although champagne only comes from the Champagne region of France, almost every other region of the country and many countries around the world pr ...

    Natalie Maclean/ Natalie MacLean- 3 readers -
  • Wine of the Day December 20, 2014

    2013 Bow & Arrow, Rhinestones, Pinot Noir/Gamay, Oregon. Bow & Arrow are one of the more interesting additions to the Orgeon wine scene in recent years, they are inspired by the natural and organic wines of the Loire Valley of France, from Muscadet, sea influenced dry whites, as in their Melon, to the mineral infused and fruity wines of Cheverny where Pinot Noir and ... 4 readers -
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