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    Daily Wine News: Wine & Sex

    In the Hérault department of the Languedoc — where harvest hasn’t yet finished — “six months’ worth of rain fell in a day.” Madeline Puckette explores wine and sex. “A well-stocked wine lover’s cellar only needs a cheap waiter’s corkscrew, a K-Mart decanter, and logo wine glasses from that cheesy Temecula winery where you’re a club member.” Ron Washam offers a “guide to drinking wine at home.

    7 readers - By David White/ Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blog

    It’s All About the Flavor at Sublime Tavern in San Marcos

    by Frank Mangio James Limjoco is the easiest interview I have ever had the pleasure to do. He’s the affable owner of Sublime Tavern with locations in San Marcos , Del Mar and soon to be in North Park . He’s gone through upgrades in his presentation of comfort food, premium wines by the glass and bottle and an admirable lineup of micro-brewed beers, to keep his diners coming back ...

    6 readers - By Taste of Wine TV - Weekly Update

      The HoseMaster's Guide to Drinking Wine at Home

      HoseMaster of Wine™ - - 4 readers - An authentic wine lover drinks at home. A lot. Alone, or otherwise. He doesn’t just drink wine socially, or with a meal. He drinks all the time, and not from fancy glassware. Or if it is fancy glassware, it’s not necessarily clean. Wine is a way of life, best done in the home, frequently, where it delivers the most pleasure—like transvestism.

      Guest Post – 2011 Evohe Tempranillo

      WineDineDIY - - 4 readers - Today I’m happy to introduce guest poster The Desert Wine Guy. He contacted me a few weeks ago to inquire about doing a blog post exchange. If you came here by way of The Desert Wine Guy blog then welcome! Take it away Marc. In today’s article you will all be let in on on a little secret as well as a little discovery I made, a hidden treasure in the form of a wine I discovered.

      Europa Village’s Oktoberfest ~ Barrels Of Fun!

      Uncorked Wine Travels! - - 3 readers - Willkommen to Europa Village‘s authentic 2014 Oktoberfest! Festive costumes adorned the staff and guests alike at the Annual Oktoberfest. Steins of handcrafted beer were raised high and Europa wines flowed freely as guests enjoyed the authentic German fare and music. Hangar 24, Refuge Brewery, Ironfire Brewery and Craft Brewing Company were all on keg duty to serv ...

      Savoring the Flavors of a Wine County Autumn

      WineChixs.com - - 3 readers - Enjoy this delicious article on the flavors and activities of Temecula wine country – including a killer recipe for Curried Cauliflower Soup by guest writer Linda Milks. Linda Milks Linda Milks, a former English teacher, is a food, wine and travel writer living in Southern California. Linda has been involved in the culinary arts throughout the years.

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      Savoring the Flavors of a Wine County Autumn

      … in Fallbrook complemented the tapas by balancing the intense flavor of the Pinot Noir with the richness of the pork. The fourth tapas consisted of a fall favorite of butternut squash ravioli covered in prosciutto, garlic, olives, and sage. The richness of the squash and the gaminess of the prosciutto were balanced by the crispness of Middleridge…

      3 readers - By Linda Kissam/ WineChixs.com

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      …. I can recall the first Ridge Geyserville I tasted. I signed up for Ridge’s wine club. This was in 1976, I think. I’m still in their wine club almost 40 years later. Interesting that Ridge Geyserville is still one of California’s great wines, while Caymus has become a sad parody of itself, the Jerry Lewis of wine—all slick and bloated. I can…

      1 readers - By Ron Washam/ HoseMaster of Wine™

      It’s All About the Flavor at Sublime Tavern in San Marcos

      … a bottle of wine, share some food and have a good time. No problem finding the place. It’s upstairs, on Via De Valle near El Camino Real, across from the polo field, with lots of free parking. For hours and menus, visit sublimetavern.com. MAKE YOUR OWN WINE PARTY TASTING KIT - CLICK HERE! Wine Bytes Thornton Winery in Temecula continues its…

      6 readers - By Taste of Wine TV - Weekly Update

      Europa Village’s Oktoberfest ~ Barrels Of Fun!

      … Dance” to the Hofbrau Boys’ Germanic polka rhythms. One thing is certain… a good time was had by all ~ Beifall!!! www.europavillage.com This entry was posted in San Diego Country ~ Southern California, San Diego County ~ So Cal, South Coast AVA, Temecula ~ Southern California by Deborah Mines. Bookmark the permalink.…

      3 readers - By Deborah Mines/ Uncorked Wine Travels!

      Daily Wine News: Wine & Sex

      … In the Hérault department of the Languedoc — where harvest hasn’t yet finished — “six months’ worth of rain fell in a day.” Madeline Puckette explores wine and sex. “A well-stocked wine lover’s cellar only needs a cheap waiter’s corkscrew, a K-Mart decanter, and logo wine glasses from that cheesy Temecula winery where you’re a club member…

      7 readers - By David White/ Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blog

      Eight Great Wine Finds from the Summer Search 2014

      … Museum in Los Angeles happens in downtown LA Sat. Oct. 11 from 5 to 10pm, and features 50 of downtown’s best restaurants, 100+ world class wines and entertainment. Adult admission starts at $55. More information at 213-485-8432. Big, Bold, Rich Reds headline the seminar and tasting at Sbicca Restaurant in Del Mar, Sat. Oct. 11 from 2 to 4pm. Cost…

      1 readers - By Taste of Wine TV - Weekly Update

      What’s this? Frank Mangio in a Ferrari?

      … temeculawines.org or call 800-801-WINE. Wine Bytes Europa Village in Temecula Wine Country has its Oktoberfest on Fri. Oct. 3 from 6 to 10pm. Beer, wine, games, food, music and more. Admission $15. including a logo glass. ( food and beverages sold separately) Call 951-216-3380, or go to europavillage.com. Lobsterfest is coming to Meritage Wine Market…

      2 readers - By Taste of Wine TV - Weekly Update

      The HoseMaster's Guide to Drinking Wine at Home

      … it with a fifty dollar corkscrew. A well-stocked wine lover’s cellar only needs a cheap waiter’s corkscrew, a K-Mart decanter, and logo wine glasses from that cheesy Temecula winery where you’re a club member. And for God’s sake, don’t buy a stupid aerator to pour the wine through. You might as well wear a bowtie that lights up, you’ll look more…

      4 readers - By Ron Washam/ HoseMaster of Wine™

      Guest Post – 2011 Evohe Tempranillo

      … and is Spain’s most popular and famous native grapes. This is a grape that is normally used for blending in deep reds and “Jug Wine”. Don’t let the “Jug Wine thing throw you. This is a grape that, in my opinion people have simply just overlooked. When I first tasted this varietal I was at South Coast Winery in Temecula (Southern) California. I was doing…

      4 readers - By Michelle Leonardson/ WineDineDIY

      Some Wine Trivia

      … the Roman Empire. The Greeks and Romans both worshiped wine gods (Dionysus and Bacchus). Wine showed up in the New World with the first Spanish Conquistadors in Mexico as the Catholic Church required wine. These original Mission grapes are still found in a few areas. In the last half of the 19th century an aphid from North America, Phylloxera…

      By Bob Hunnicutt/ Bob on Sonoma

      All Aboard the Good Ship Poseidon

      … was the 2012 Ferrari Carano Chardonnay from Sonoma. Stephane Turonbarrere is the General Manager and wine buyer for Poseidon. He has just upgraded the extensive list with more California favorites, and has launched a Half Price Wine selection every Tuesday and Wednesday with the purchase of a dinner entrée. He has also added some Temecula wines, the neighbor…

      3 readers - By Taste of Wine TV - Weekly Update

      Europa Village’s Annual Grape Stomp Gala ~ Bon Vin, Tres Fun!

      … wine releases ~ C’est La Vie’s 2012 Chenin Blanc and the 2012 Artist Series Bon Vie, an estate blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Counoise. All corks were pulled out for the gala event ~ including the 2011 Estate Reserve Syrah! Europa Village has live entertainment every weekend with many special events and wine education classes held throughout…

      4 readers - By Deborah Mines/ Uncorked Wine Travels!
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