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    Druids would love this Wine, Casale Marchese Frascati Superiore, Lighter than Hydromel

    Druids would love this Wine, Casale Marchese Frascati Superiore, Lighter than Hydromel Druids would love this wine, Cas ...

    9 readers - By Serge the Concierge

    American Wine Story: A Review

    I had the opportunity to preview American Wine Story the weekend of October 10-12, 2014, and after viewing it, I saw bits and pieces of myself in the movie. I moved to Napa, California nine months ago, my own leap of faith after a divine storm that shook me awake from my comfortable, yet unsatisfying life, and led me to a career in the wine industry after an initial wine epiphany in 2008.

    6 readers - By Traveling Wine Chick

      Sonoma Valley CRUSH at St Francis Winery

      Sip on this Juice - - 6 readers - Each year, the changing colors of the leaves in the vineyards signal a start to harvest. Not only is this a great chance to taste through the wines of last season, it is also a time for many winery guests to sample fresh pressed juice or tour a “crush” pad. I learned to use a refractor for the 1st time on a Sonoma County CRUSH tour.

      Loire Valley Wine: France’s Royal Wine Region (VIDEO)

      Wine Oh TV - - 5 readers - Loire Valley Wine Holds Court There are 10 main wine producing regions in France. The most famous of course are Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne. Loire Valley wine might not be as well known but the heart of France is holding its own. The Loire Valley is the most massive and most diverse wine producing region in France.

      Gnocchi See, Gnocchi Do, Waffled Sweet Potato Gnocchi from 'Will it Waffle'

      Serge the Concierge - - 5 readers - From Mexican scents of Green Chile Waffled Quesadillas, we move to Italy spirits with this second recipe from Will It Waffle? 53 Unexpected and Irresistible Recipes to Make in a Waffle Iron (Workman Publishing, August 2014) by Daniel Shumski... Waffled Sweet Potato Gnocchi IRON: Standard preferred | TIME: 2 hours | YIELD: Serves 4 (makes about 60 gnocchi) These could easil ...

      Roundup of Catalonia-style Food and Cavas

      Wine Trail Traveler - - 5 readers - 50 Great Cavas Media Tour We recently returned from Catalonia, a region of Spain where we discovered fine foods, cavas and still wines. Along the way we posted 11 Wine Trail Traveler blogs featuring the wines and foods easy to discover in this Mediterranean region. We could not have asked for better food, better cavas or better weather. Did you miss the ...

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      Claim 52 Brewing

      … the growler in our already full ice chest when the Pliny bottles we brought were staring him in the face, so he ran back in a gave the brewer one. The look on his face was priceless and he was so thrilled and appreciative. That’s one of my favorite parts about beer travel: sharing the love! I look forward to visiting these guys again and tasting the new stuff that they come up with. This is a true gem- these guys are going to blow up! …

      By Jess Poshepny Vallery/ Moxie Lady

      Old 99 Brewing Company

      … In the tiny little one horse town of Roseburg, Orgeon, is this small little warehouse style brewery owned by three couples {two who live nearby and one who lives in Vancouver}. The wives run the front of the show and the husbands brew the beer. They are super down to earth, friendly, and welcoming. They are happy to sell samplers of all…

      By Jess Poshepny Vallery/ Moxie Lady

      Wild Card Brewing

      … made us feel right at home and stayed after and told us the whole story, gave us the run-down on all of the beers, and his philosophy. It made for a nice impression of this fairly new brewery. Look for their beers at the West Side Grill in Santa Rosa and soon to be distributed in Northern California. This brewery is worth the visit. It’s the only…

      1 readers - By Jess Poshepny Vallery/ Moxie Lady

      Redwood Curtain Brewing

      … Dash, Travel and tagged avenue of the giants, beer, beer travel, Brewery, Ca Beer, California, craft beer, Humbolt, redwood, redwood curtain by Jess Poshepny Vallery. Bookmark the permalink.…

      2 readers - By Jess Poshepny Vallery/ Moxie Lady

      Mad River Brewing

      … in Adventures in L-O-V-E, Craft Beer Blog, My Dash, Travel and tagged beer, beer travel, Brewery, Ca Beer, California, craft beer, Mad River by Jess Poshepny Vallery. Bookmark the permalink.…

      2 readers - By Jess Poshepny Vallery/ Moxie Lady

      Maryhill Proprietor’s Reserve 2011 Tavola Rosso

      … A blend of Merlot, Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon, this is indeed a sturdy red table wine. The tannins are dense and chewy, the fruit submerged beneath barrel flavors of toast, caramel and nougat. I would be remiss to not make sure any visitors to Maryhill also knew about Sam Hill’s Stonehenge, a roadside attraction around a mile east…

      By Rebecca Gomez Farrell/ Rebecca Gomez Farrell

      Italian Winemakers Discover Global Warming Secret Weapon (VIDEO)

      … for inviting me on this trip and making it possible for me to share what I learned with all of you! Monique is the Founder and Host of Wine Oh TV and has a certification from the Court of Master Sommeliers. Monique is an experienced broadcast journalist and has worked at various television stations across the country and most recently at KPIX-TV/CBS 5 and KSEE-TV/NBC 24 More Posts - Twitter - LinkedIn - Google Plus …

      1 readers - By Monique Soltani/ Wine Oh TV

      Clos Montmartre – A Vineyard In Paris

      … – The Parc George Brassens, Clos des Morillons (15th arrondissement) Planted in 1983 – 720 stocks of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Perlette. They bottle the wine in small bottles of 50cl. The produced wine is auctioned to benefit local charities. 2 – The Parc de Bercy (12th arrondissement) Planted in 1996 – 350 stocks of Chardonnay and Sauvignon…

      By Wine Ponder

      Fontenay Abbey: Au Revoir Bourgogne

      … of Christmas LEDs…it is Novemeber after all. However, such minimal decor opens our eyes to smaller details, like the almost Alhambra-esque pointed arches: After church, we head to the massive, vaulted dormitories. Bunk beds once lined this massive, cold, shared space. Just imagine college but with 300 roomies in an echo chamber. We head below…

      By WAYWARD WINE

      Wandering through Germany: Part 1 – Pfalz

      … Wachenheimer Gerümpel Riesling (Calcarious) We also had a fantastic discussion regarding the aroma of petrol in Riesling. Jürgen weighed in on this and stated that his opinion was that Petrol showing up within the first 2 years is definitively a fault in the winemaking process that comes from high pressure in the press and a high level of phenolics…

      By Nova Cadamatre

      champagne harvest jacques lassaigne emmanuel

      … with charcuterie and various interesting non-commercialised cuvées. Some domaines use harvest as a press opportunity, inviting foreign sommeliers and sales representatives to share the experience. Domaine Jacques Lassaigne is not one of these domaines. Manu Lassaigne, a carefree devil at tastings, is all business when it comes to harvest. His team consisted…

      1 readers - By Aaron Ayscough/ not drinking poison in paris

      Mazatlan

      … had a Miami Vice? It’s half Pina Colada and half Strawberry Daiquiri. YUM. We had A LOT of those. I also drank a fair amount of this Mexican wine: One evening at dinner I drank the local cerveza that is made in Mazatlan! Do you know what goes well with Pacifico? Cactus! NO REALLY. I had a bit of cacti topped with carne asada and cheese…

      By Michelle Leonardson/ WineDineDIY

      Prosser, the Birthplace of Washington Wine

      …://www.theclorecenter.org/. The Prosser Wine Network: White wines of the Prosser Wine Network: Albarino, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Gewurztraminer, Marsanne, Muscat Canelli, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Riesling (Dry), Riesling (Sweet), Rose, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Sparkling, Viognier, White Blend, Rhone Blend, Rousanne Red wines of the Prosser Wine Network: Barbera…

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      Ecliptic Brewing – come for the beer, stay for the food

      … As a gal who’s all about my food and wine pairings I was intrigued to be invited to a beer and food pairing lunch at Ecliptic Brewing last week. Beer and Food pairing? But I just thought beer was for burgers and typical bar food? Nope. Beer can be just as intriguing with a multi-course meal as wine. And John Harris knew this when he created…

      1 readers - By Vindulge
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