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    Friday Favorites – anniversaries, box wine, and upcoming adventures

    A roundup of my favorite things from the week in the categories of wine, food, travel, and lifestyle. WINE & FOOD Anniversary Food & Wines This week marked hubby and my 9th wedding anniversary. Though it fell on a weekday it didn’t stop us from going big for dinner. Hubs grilled up some amazing NY strip steaks doused with smoked butter (yes “smoked” butter. More on that another time).

    6 readers - By Vindulge

    Best Pairing of the Summer: Mad Violets Riesling with Grilled Oysters

    A bright and fruity Riesling with a pair-perfect attitude. Sourced from the oldest Riesling vineyard in the Willamette Valley at Maresh Vineyard, Mad Violets Riesling develops with layers of flavors. Easing in with aromas of lemons and apricots, the wine flirts around as if its in a love triangle with sweet and tart.

    4 readers - By Oregon Winette

      Champagne Chronicles-Day 2

      ENOFYLZ Wine Blog - - 2 readers - I recently had the privilege of traveling to the Champagne region in France as a guest of the U.S. Champagne Bureau for the 2014 Champagne Harvest Media Trip.

      Recent Articles on Wine4.Me

      Vindulge - - 2 readers - Recent Articles on Wine4.Me by Mary on September 11, 2014 It’s been awhile since I shared some of the freelance work I’ve been doing. Both of these are recent articles I wrote that can be found over on Wine4.Me. First up… Hubs and I cook a lot of pork, but the pork chop doesn’t get much respect in the world so I decided to share our love for this cut of pork in this post.

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      Champagne Chronicles-Day 2

      … to exquisite Champagne pairing dinners. This is the second in what will be a series of five posts about my visit to Champagne (Click here for Day 1) Our itinerary for Day 2 included: Visit to Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (C.I.V.C) Lunch at the restaurant Les Grains d’Argent Tour and tasting at Champagne Roger Coulon Tour, tasting…

      2 readers - By ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      Recent Articles on Wine4.Me

      … of what to do with leftovers (chicken, beef, pork, veggies, etc.)? Tacos. Want something different for breakfast? Yes, tacos. Need an idea for quick dinner when it’s already 5:00 pm and you’re on your way home from work and forgot to thaw the chicken? Tacos! I recently discovered the easiest way to make killer verde chicken tacos — no crock-pot required Check it out HERE. You can find these articles and more on the Wine4.Me blog. Tagged as: Food and wine pairing, recipes, wine4.me wine app…

      2 readers - By Vindulge

      Best Pairing of the Summer: Mad Violets Riesling with Grilled Oysters

      … with minerality and stone fruit flavors and an acidity that starts your mouth salivating, the wine then lightens with notes of honey, honeysuckle, and flowers on the finish. Mad Violets crafts this Riesling in the the off-dry German Kabinett style. I paired this delicious-on-its own-but-even-better-with-food wine with freshly grilled oysters straight…

      4 readers - By Oregon Winette

      Friday Favorites – anniversaries, box wine, and upcoming adventures

      …A roundup of my favorite things from the week in the categories of wine, food, travel, and lifestyle. WINE & FOOD Anniversary Food & Wines This week marked hubby and my 9th wedding anniversary. Though it fell on a weekday it didn’t stop us from going big for dinner. Hubs grilled up some amazing NY strip steaks doused with smoked butter…

      6 readers - By Vindulge

      A Chilean Winemaker in Argentina – Meet Aurelio Montes Jr. of Kaiken Winery

      … need to get to know them first. But they just invited me with open arms,” and showered him with food and wine. And of course the moment he said the word barbecue I had to know more. “In Argentina,” he continues, “barbecues last all day long. You estimate about 2.5 lbs of meat per person since you start eating and drinking at around noon, and don’t…

      By Vindulge

      Food and Wine Pairing

      …In this video we present a food and wine pairing featuring the 2011 Cabernet Franc Reserve from Barboursville Vineyards. Check out the video and subscribe to our channel. Tweet…

      3 readers - By Virginia Wine Time

      …And Dinner Becomes an Experience

      …, but the school day, upcoming play and huge homework project due tomorrow take over the whole experience. And then there are dinners where the food is perfect, the wine pairing is spot on and the good company of friends is amazing – those dinners become the experience. We have a tradition with our friends – an adults getaway during late summer or early fall…

      2 readers - By Talk-A-Vino

      VanDusen Botanical Garden Party Event Contest!

      … Who doesn’t love a garden party?  Being outside in a garden, with wonderful food and drink, and the chance to play games?  VanDusen Botanical Gardens is having a Garden Party on Saturday August 23, and I am running a contest.  Maybe you plus guest can win 2 tickets to the event & High Tea at Noon + 1 bottle of Champagne.  This is a $150 value…

      2 readers - By MyWinePal

      BBQ Corner (part 11) — Dry-Aged Beef and Wine Pairing

      … my expectations, even if the price tag did also. Worth it. WINE PAIRING   (Where Mary, the author of this site, gets to chime in and add her two cents… or rather two wine pairings) For this experiment I thought it would be fun to pair this unique, high-quality meat, to a unique, high-quality red wine, Amarone, while also comparing…

      4 readers - By Vindulge

      Grilled Paiche with a White Greek Blend

      … Wine Pairing Weekend is a monthly collaborative event for wine/food bloggers started by David Crowley of Cooking Chat.  It’s a great way to find food and wine pairings that work; along with tips on how to create your own food and wine pairing magic. The theme for this month’s Wine Pairing Weekend is “Wine for Summer’s Bounty“, and it’s all…

      16 readers - By ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      Sipping through Italy: Fontanafredda

      … We were guests of Palm Bay on this exciting journey through Italy. After four days of wandering Rome and Milan, we finally met up with the rest of the South Florida group as they arrived thirsty from their overnight flight from the states. A relaxing bus ride through the northern part of Italy landed us in Alba, within the region of Piedmont…

      10 readers - By Winehooch

      Caponata: A Stunning Sicilian Specialty

      …Recipe and Wine Pairing by: Eric Guido It was the fifth day of a heat wave as I sat contemplating a menu that I had to present only a day later. No matter how good your air conditioner or how little time it takes you to move from the cool confines of your home to the blasting AC of your car, the heat manages to wear you down. I sat there…

      4 readers - By The V.I.P. Table

      Pairings with pinots and the futility of looking to science for answers

      … or three to examine the interaction of smoky foods with various potential sensory qualities found in pinot noir. The problem with that idea, apart from it having nothing to do with my current main priority, i.e. the PhD, is that food and wine pairing research is obnoxious. . Food and wine pairing articles (I’m quoting this one) are full of statements…

      6 readers - By The Wine-o-scope

      BBQ Corner (part 10) – How to add incredible flavor to grilled burgers

      …, and Garnacha, the wine has fresh and fruity aromas with black cherry, a little spice note, and some chocolate undertones. Juicy and bright on the palate with mild tannins openening it up for a wide range of food pairings, beyond these scrumptious burgers. My friend Nannette recommends it with our ribs, which I can see, so long they aren’t drowning…

      1 readers - By Vindulge

      A Wine for Spicy Thai Food

      … for several weeks so we put in a call to my favorite local Thai joint. You’d think after four days of wine immersion I’d want a break from wine. Nope. But few wines are brave enough to stand up to Thai food, especially the way I like it — hot (specifically spicy red curry). Spicy foods, like Thai curry, pair best with fruity…

      16 readers - By Vindulge