A & D Market

(313)849-4774 2205 South Schaefer Highway
Detroit, MI 48217-1242
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  • Just when you thought the artisanal food craze was going quiet, someone decided to rope wine into the storyline. Wine ice cream is coming on like gangbusters, as evidenced at last month’s Summer Fancy Food show in New York City. Mercer’s, a dairy in upstate New York, has been crafting wine ice cream since 2008. Their wine ice cream (clocking in ... Read More

    From the article Will You Eat Your Wine Instead?


  • Greg, don't even read this!Yesterday I hosted a pinot noir event.  It was a blind tasting of three BC and one California.  Talk about getting out of the box.  For me this is tantamount to cross-dressing.  It started because Chester introduced me to the Kettle Valley "Hayman" reserve Pinot last year.  I really liked it, so when I found one (83 ca... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pinot Noir throwdown


  • So clearly they market beer differently in Japan than in the US. I can't believe that label would sell a single six pack here!For that seafood, I'd bring a good white, probably N. Spain but actually a Greek wine would be great too. If they could chill it for you.As far as the poutine goes, I think there's some kind of movement to get that to be ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hamburger wines


  • Would rather have a good Salisbury steak. We need GDP here to talk about Hawaiian lunch plates where they have something like it with some dangerous looking gravy over it and rice and potato-mac scoops....I think someone cooked poutine and won on Iron Chef American version a few years back. Some gimmick searchers in the food world are looking fo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hamburger wines


  • There were three of us, or actually 2 1/2 since my wife didn't drink much and doesn't like whites. The burgers were going to be 50/50 bacon/beef, which opened a world of possibilities so we decided to go all-American. Halcón Vineyards Prado to start, a 50.50 Marsanne/Rousanne blend that would have gone really well with the mushroo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hamburger wines


  • Wine should always be enjoyable and approachable. It’s an intimidating subject to many people, but it doesn’t have to be. So when it comes to pairing wine and food, I like to have fun with it. And if you love food and wine as much as I do, here are some general pointers to keep in mind when you’re ordering a bottle of wine at dinner, entertainin... Read More

    From the article Wine & Food is Art, Not Science


  • If you talk to the right people, you’ll learn very quickly that Portugal has controlled world trade for centuries, and is responsible for a myriad of inventions--including the compass, Christopher Columbus, the best sardines, and the croissant. (French bakers copied the Portuguese technique.) The Portuguese people who spin these tales are a dist... Read More

    From the article Under the Radar Value Bottles: Portugal


  • Day 2 update:I think the biggest takeaway from this trip is going to be...It really AIN’T all about the Zin!In fact, Zin biggots (like you, EMark) are welcome here with opened arms. While Zin is Lodi’s flagship wine, it is not by any means the only grape upon which the region hangs its hat. I’m sure many of you who’ve had a chance to visit or ta... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A Journey through Lodi


  • Hi everyone, This thread is dedicated to your thoughts about the wines of Lodi, more specifically for those who attend next week's virtual tasting. Here is a link to the virtual tasting page:http://www.snooth.com/virtual-tasting/video/lodi-presents-1/The tasting will take place next Wednesday, June 3rd, at 8:30pm Eastern/5:30pm Pacific.         ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A Journey through Lodi


  • Wine is not the first pairing that comes to mind when you’re talking about Brazilian cuisine. Coffee, fruit drinks, cachaça, and beer are all more traditional and have longer histories with the food. Portugal has a long history of wine production, but the first settlers in the 1500s found the northern regions near the equator too hot and too wet... Read More

    From the article Brazilian Cuisine is Begging for Wine


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