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  • International Wine: 7 Out of this World Worldly Wines

    …: is the principal red wine grape of the uplands of Naousa in the regional unit of Imathia, and around Amyntaio, in Macedonia, Greece. Xinomavro means acid-black. The wines made from Xinomavro are known for their aging potential and rich tannins. The beginning of the cultivation of grapes in the region of Naoussa is lost in the mists of time…

    4 readers - Monique Soltani/ Wine Oh TV
  • Viña Koyle: Cristóbal, Carmenere & Auma

    … Undurraga Vicuna began planting grape vines in Chile, vines he obtained from France and Germany. In 1885, Francisco founded his winery, Vina Undurraga, though his first harvest wasn't until 1891. Vina Undurraga was the first Chilean winery to export to the U.S. and during the 20th century, it became one of the largest wineries in Chile. However…

    4 readers - Richard Auffrey/ The Passionate Foodie
  • 5th Annual Bärenjäeger Bartending Competition Was All Abuzz

    … Megan Bardoe faces the judging panel L-R: Leo Robitschek, Sean Kenyon, Gary Regan, Alex Guaurnaschelli & Andrew Knowlton October 6th, one of Manhattan’s best new beer venues – The Flatiron Hall hosted Bärenjäger’s Fifth Annual National Bartending Competition. For those not familiar with Bärenjäger – It’s a distinctive honey liqueur made…

    2 readers - The Alcohol Professor
  • Best Oyster Bars in the US

    …Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller with Oyster Guru Jon Rowley in Seattle tasting oysters and oyster wines: West Coast Oysters and Wine with Jon Rowley in Seattle, USA In my home country Germany, oysters are very high on the list of any food aficionado, but you do not see them often on menus in restaurants nor is there a significant number of oyster…

    3 readers - Dr. Christian G.E. Schiller/ schiller-wine
  • Traveling Winers Weekend Wine Picks – 13 Oct 2014

    … Explore a new wine this weekend! Whether you’re into dry, sweet, red, white, Italian, French or even “Hops”, consider trying our suggestions below! Traveling Winers Weekend Wine Picks Tom Joe “Hops ‘r Better” Winer Wine: 2009 Reserve Syrah Type: Red Vineyard: Bridlewood Estate Winery Buy local We visited Bridlewood Winery in July 2014…

    1 readers - Khristine Claud/ The Vineyard Trail
  • Review: Samuel Adams Octoberfest

    … malt, this is an Octoberfest brew that feels both festive and easy to drink at the same time. Sure, it may be made far from then beer halls of Germany, but for stateside drinkers it does the trick. 5,3% abv. B+ / $13 per 12-pack / samueladams.com Similar Posts: This entry was posted in Beer, Rated B+, Reviews. Bookmark the permalink. …

    2 readers - Christopher Null/ Drinkhacker.com
  • Pairs

    …The Noah's Arc theory....two by two...and the Corovin came into play. Seeger Heidelberger Herrenberg Blauer Spätburgunder 'R' 2007 Baden, Germany Deeper colour...orange rimmed...more intensity on the nose...dark smoke...lively acidity...gentle burnt fruit...prickly strawberries...soft explosion at finish...and long. Points 17.5 Seeger Heidelberger…

    1 readers - Barry's Wine Notes & Memories
  • Prawn cutlets

    … and only a fraction of the price. Nominally feinherb, I found it a little sweeter than off dry. Citrus zest (Tahitian lime) and grass on the nose, with a whisper of lavender. It's quite expansive in attack, like a mouthful of sherbet, but it is also frontal and short, the citrus pith grip weakens quickly and there is little conviction or length. Zind…

    2 readers - Wino sapien
  • American Wine Story | A Documentary

    … it, you just might have a shot at achieving it.” The people profiled in the film came to wine from many different areas of work, leaving behind careers as varied as software engineer, radio DJ, telephone company employee, IT specialist, accountant, and pro football player, to name a few. They range from Dick Erath, who helped pioneer the Oregon…

    4 readers - The Thirsty Kitten
  • Vinography Unboxed: Week of October 5, 2014

    …% alcohol. Score: around 9. Cost: $45. Posted by: Alder on October 11, 2014 8:26 PM Tweet Share this post elsewhere: Digg it! - Add to del.icio.us - Add to Stumbleupon - Add to Reddit Filed under: Wine Reviews Comments (0) Comment on this entry…

    4 readers - Vinography: A Wine Blog
  • Must a wine be true to or representative of its type?

    …, they express themselves quite differently when bottled. They are as much alike as the svelte, mucho-attractive, actress Ashley Judd and her singing, Reubenesque, half-sister Wynonna Judd. While the DNA link is there, their very visible, personal characteristics are displayed quite differently. Except for those originating in Italy’s Alto Adige region…

    5 readers - TomBarrasWineCommentary
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