New Mexico

New Mexico (Spanish: Nuevo México [ˈnweβo ˈmexiko]; Navajo: Yootó Hahoodzo [jo:tó haho:dzo]) is a state located in the southwest and western regions of the United States. It is usually considered one of the Mountain States. New Mexico is the 5th most extensive, the 36th most populous, and the 6th least densely populated of the 50 United States.Inhabited by indigenous peoples of the Americas for many centuries before European exploration, New Mexico was subsequently part of the Imperial Spanish viceroyalty of New Spain, then part of Mexico, and a U.S. territory before attaining statehood. Among U.S.
Posts about New Mexico
    • The Definitive Guide to Holiday Wine

      This story was originally published in the Winter 2014 issue of Austin Man Magazine. It looks fantastic in print, so grab an issue or two. December is stuffed with more parties, festive meals and holiday get-togethers than anyone can possibly manage. Getting in the way of that merriment is the mad scramble to meet year-end work deadlines, extra family obligations and the dre ...

    • An American Wine That Sparkles

      An American Wine That Sparkles By Tameek|Cabernet Franc|Be the first to comment! That moment when you’re cleaning out your closet and happen upon a month old (at least) 1.5 liter of Pellegrino when you’re out of sparkling water, and dinner is almost done, has to be one of the best feelings in modern times; particularly when it hasn’t lost its carbonation.

      Cheese N Trufflesin Cabernet Franc Pinot Noir- 7 readers -
    • The Unusual Reds Of El Enemigo

      Twenty years ago, the wines of Argentina barely made a ripple on the vinous seismograph. Now that quality has dramatically improved, wine store shelves heave with bottles from this South American nation, and Malbec, formerly just an obscure Bordeaux blending grape, reigns as its signature variety. But Malbec, as you might expect, is not the whole story.

      Odd Bacchusin Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc- 1 readers -
  • CheapwineFinder’s Bubbly Basics

    … is added to top off the bottle and bring the Bubbly up to the desired sweetness level. Sparkling wine from Champagne, Cava from Spain, Franciacorta from Italy, most of the Sparkling wines from Northern California and Gruet Sparkling wines from New Mexico use this method. 4) With the Charmat Method, the wine that has been fermented once…

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  • Buying Wine: Our Favorite LA Shops

    … certain there is not a bad bottle in the store. We see quite a few of the same merchandise we get from our dealer and he sells to super models. It must be good. Wines we recently tasted while dining at Panzanella in Sherman Oaks. 2003 Scavino Barolo $35: Full and soft. “Better tomorrow” advises Dotoré. Tasting like a bull ready for the ring…

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  • Liking Them Apples – In a Glass!

    … Apple Cider and their iconic Corn and Rye Mash Whiskey. I am also very fond of the work being done at Santa Fe Distillery in New Mexico. Their apple brandy is a dry, Calvados-style brandy made from tart (but edible), mountain west apples. I love sipping it alongside nuts and cheese and have stirred it into plenty of spiritus cocktails. photo…

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  • Dinner at a Winery Taproom

    …. It paired well with the Charcuterie Plate. For dessert I selected a Baltimore Rainwater from Portugal. This Madeira was a dark gold to orange color and had jammy cooked fruit characteristics. The wine had the typical oxidation associated with a Madeira. The advantage of the wines on tap is the ability to taste a particular wine without opening…

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  • #winePW 4: Sicily

    …, arancini, dishes with capers and lemons. Then there are the desserts; cannoli, Sicilian marzipan, pistachio gelato. Ultimately we decided on pistachio pesto. Pesto has been on my mind, as our basil is looking very healthy. We found several pistachio recipes, some of which included basil and or mint. In the end we chose a very simple pistachio…

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  • Mill Valley Film Festival 37: 11 days of film, stars, music (Preview)

    … and directs) escorting three women through a dangerous and desolate frontier landscape. No, not the Tenderloin. The film was shot largely on location in New Mexico which doubled as Nebraska and Iowa. Fishkin said that it was “one of our favorite films of the Cannes competition,” and “extremely moving.” Left to right: Ansel Elgort plays Tim Mooney…

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  • Dusting off the old blog . . . .

    … It's been a while since I posted. But there's some posting to be done following up on my recent trip to the Italian Alps. No, they don't grow Cab Franc there, though I did have a nice Friuli Cabernet Franc from Ca' Bolani, one of Zonin's properties, at lunch one day. What they do grow is Nebbiolo on the vertiginous terraces of the Valtellina…

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  • WebWineMan: Wines for the Turkey

    … decide!California$14.99 Gruet '12 Brut Blanc de Noirs****Another Top Choice!New Mexico$17.99 WHITE & ROSÉ Trimbach '11 Riesling****Best of the Whites!France$19.99 Toussaint '12 Vouvray****Another Winner!France$13.99 Skeleton '13 Grüner Veltliner (1.0 Lt)****Tasty & A Best Buy!Austria$12.99 Kudos '12 Riesling****Another Best Buy!Oregon$12.99…

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