Louisiana

  • Review: LA1 Louisiana Whiskey

    … ample smokiness and bitter root notes, but it’s just so tough to shake that wood. Even water doesn’t do this whiskey much service. While it does help to coax out a few light fruit notes of golden raisins and lemon peel, the water actually makes the overall wood character even more powerful — and tougher to muscle through. 94 proof. Reviewed: Batch #3, bottle #461/500. C- / $45 / dpdspirits.com Similar Posts: This entry was posted in Rated C-, Reviews, Whiskey. Bookmark the permalink. …

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  • Best Craft Beer + Food Pairing 2014

    … of Louisiana to try his hand brewing there, much to our loss. (sniffle, sniffle, I remember when Shiney was a keg washer, I am getting old!) And the Craft Beer + Food Pairing Winner is… Chef Howie & Brewmaster Cluely House made Citrus Thyme Sausage Beardslee Public House was the second establishment to pair their own beer and food, and they won…

    4 readers - Washington State Beer and Wine
  • Texas Winery Club Includes other Texas Wineries

    … and the Pecos Club ships monthly. The wine club allows members a 20% discount on all wine if in the Pecos Club, 15% if in the Brazos Club, and 10% if in the Nueces Club. Texas Winery Club can ship to 38 states, including Texas and Louisiana (law restricts shipment to AL, AR, DE, KY, MA, MS, OK, PA, SD, and UT). Members can join by phone at 903-792-WINE…

    3 readers - Texas Wine Lover
  • Pairing Wines With Lobster

    … know we'll get stone fruit on the palate, with just a tad of residual sugar. Good minerality on this Napa Valley wine as well. The currently available vintage of this wine will retail for about $27. 2012 Chateau de L'oiseliniere Muscadet. I tried this several months ago at Pearl Wine Co. in New Orleans, and thought then it would be a great seafood…

    1 readers - Randy Smith/ The Wine Write