Sustainability - Page 2

  • The Origins of Ceviche, Tempura and Fish & Chips

    … Consider some of the most popular seafood dishes from all around the world, such as Ceviche from Peru, Shrimp Tempura from Japan and Fish & Chips from Britain. You probably wouldn't suspect that they actually had a common origin, in a 1500 year-old Persian meat stew. As I mentioned recently, I've been immersed in a fascinating new book…

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  • Boneshaker Lodi Zinfandel 2012

    … and operated, with next generation Philip and Caroline Hahn continuing on with their parents pioneering spirit and passion for high quality, hand crafted wines. Winemaking: The Hahn Winery is committed to sustainability, is “earth friendly from vine to bottle” and have been at the forefront of sustainable practices for many years in California…

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  • Grgich Hills Winery Spotlight Tasting Event

    …November Tasting Event >> RSVP at your local WineStyles << The Story of Grgich Hills Estate Miljenko “Mike” Grgich first gained international recognition at the celebrated “Paris Tasting” of 1976. Then, in a now-historic blind tasting, a panel of eminent French judges swirled, sniffed, and sipped an array of the fabled white…

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  • Harlaftis Nemea Red 2011

    … be experimenting and creatively producing wines. Philosophy: “Wine is made in the vineyard and not in the winery.” Winemaking: The family strictly adheres to the standards of organic farming. They use only natural fertilizers, and all residual matter from winemaking processes are returned to the soil, ensuring “sustainability of the earth”. Tasting…

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  • #SipNZ 30th Vintage Sauvignon Blanc from Nautilus Estate

    … Experience – Sip New Zealand! Throughout the next six months, we’ll be guiding you on a 1,000 mile “road trip” from sub-tropical Northland to the world’s most southerly grape growing region, Central Otago. Taste unique wines and learn about forward-thinking vinters dedicated to sustainability while you connect with passionate wine lovers from around…

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  • Elena Walch Pinot Grigio

    … must be the individual expression of their soil, climate and cultivation in the vineyard – and that this must be maintained according to principles of sustainability and passed on to the next generation. The firm belief that the quality of wine is created in the vineyard requires uncompromising work, taking into account the individuality of each…

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  • The Largest Marine Reserve In The World

    …, including the humphead wrasse and hawksbill sea turtle. In addition, the new reserve includes about 80 seamounts, a type of underwater mountain, which are known to possess great biodiversity. A number of studies have shown the efficacy of these reserves in protecting these species and ecology. The greatest challenge facing the U.S…

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  • Thursday Sips & Nibbles

    …, Bloody Mary vin, toast - $10), Cod Cakes (fresh local cod with no filler, citrus aioli, fennel, garlic, blistered tomato, olive - $10), Roasted Parsnips (parsnip puree, arugula & pine nut salad, hard cider reduction - $10), Sautéed Calamari (spicy Italian sausage, fava beans, Swiss chard, bread crumbs - $10) and Jerk Chicken Thighs (roasted…

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  • VALES PASSES POWERFUL GREEN AROUND

    … "We don’t inherit the world from our parents, we borrow it from our children" ... Dr Irina Santiago-Brown quotes Antoine de Saint Exupery ... photo Philip White, taken at Irina's 24th February 2014 marriage to Dudley Brown at Inkwell Wines, California Road, McLaren Vale. MEDIA RELEASE 24 September 2014 Renowned Sustainability Program offered…

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  • Sip New Zealand Wine Launches in Chicago with Team USA Rugby Match

    … trip” from sub-tropical Northland to the world’s most southerly grape growing region, Central Otago. Taste unique wines and learn about forward-thinking vinters dedicated to sustainability while you connect with passionate wine lovers from around the world. You can also take part in our Sip New Zealand shows and featured segments, including some…

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  • SUSTAINABILITY IS NOT STATIC

    …. As chair, in his brusque head-prefect manner, Croser immediately insisted that unless middle-sized companies like Yalumba were admitted, the organisation would have no wallop. In those days, he was busy selling his special yeast, R2, to Riesling makers, along with advice on how to best use the tricky beast. He naturally wanted business, and, like…

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  • Cannonball Jellyfish: Eat Up Americans

    … winter into the summer, and are more than abundant in the Gulf waters. Once seen as a nuisance, fishermen in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina, are starting to reap significant profits from these jellyfish. When they are plentiful, a vessel can fill its trawl net in only five minutes, and must be careful not to leave their net in the water too long…

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  • Three from Viluko Vineyards

    A while back, I received an email from Christian Lane, the Director of Sales & Marketing at Viluko Vineyards, asking me where he could submit wine samples for review. In all honesty, I’d never heard of Viluko, but we’re always willing to try new things, so I passed on the address here at Gang Central and immediately did some research into what this operation was all about.

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  • Boring Americans: The Seafood Edition

    … are not along in their limited choices. For example, 80% of Iceland's seafood consumption derives from only six species and 80% of Norway's seafood consumption only comes from five species. As Americans rely on such a limited amount of seafood species, that puts a greater strain on those species. It would help promote sustainability if more Americans…

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