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  • OK... a bone-in high quality pork chop, dredged in caraway and fennel (S&P), browned over EVOO in pan, transferred to warmer.  Served over Nappa cabbage, slawed and heated with hard cider, caraway and fennel, which all sits atop an encrusted parmesan and olive oil coated sour baguette.  It is lovely, I have made it before and winged it on the wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic pairing advice: See msg for...


  • Hi I just got a bottle of Malbec from Argentina ($8) and a bottle of Barton & Guestier 2007 Beaujolais (Not village nor nouveau just Beaujolais).Is it ok to drink these chilled?I usually drink roses, sparklers and whites which are chilled, what are the rules to follow for affordable ($5-$10) reds which I am starting to discover? Thanks Patrick Read More

    Forum post in the topic Which reds can I drink chilled?


  • Read an article on Politico's 'Click' website regarding what to do this year in order to "Rock the Staycation."Article at link.This is all that was mentioned concerning Virginia Wine Country:"Virginia wine country: "Save that money you meant for the trip to Napa and travel just 50 miles out of the city to some great local vineyards, such as Bar... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Ugh. That's it?


  • I went to a lobster feed last weekend, and as we were leaving, talked the cook out of a half dozen carcasses (tails and claws removed).  For purposes of making soup, that's the best part and it always gets tossed; Its a shame to waste.  Try this recipe.After they've cooled, pull the lobster carcasses apart by tearing the protective upper shell a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Lobster Bisque, Pair That


  • California, and especially the Bay Area, has a long, glorious history of family-run wineries. There's a lot of history laying around the region but with so much growth over the past few years, it's gotten harder and harder to find the people who helped develop the area, and continue to have that intimate connection with the land that can transfo... Read More

    From the article Kunde Family Estate


  • Hi or Bonjour My name is Pat a French national, I am 43 Y.O., happily married to a CT native and we have a teenage daughter.I was born in the south of France in Rose country. I never really drank the stuff when I grew up there and was mostly into German/Danish/Dutch beers.I have lived in the USA for close to 20 years and the wine bug bit me a co... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Bonjour wine noob from France


  • LONG ISLAND WINE COUNTRY, NYAs the Summer season continues to roll out a beautiful red carpet for what promises to be a gorgeous Autumn, Long Island’s twin forks are gearing up for a spectacular Fall extravaganza: The First Annual HARVEST East End (presented by Wine Spectator, organized by the Long Island Merlot Alliance and the Long Island Wine... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Borghese Vineyard Gearing Up...


  • I just thought we should start a new thread for this, the older thread was a bit confusing with the date change and all.Location: Sojourn Restaurant 244 E 79th. Between 2nd & 3rd. Great food, service, and setting. http://www.sojournrestaurant.com/Date (tentative): Monday, September 20, 7:00 PMWines / Theme: One bottle per person (more if you fee... Read More

    Forum post in the topic NYC "old world" Cali Wine...


  • Now, let’s go back and talk a bit more about those corks and the effect rapid swings in temperature can have on them. Corks work as seals in the bottle neck because of their elasticity. A cork is effectively made up of lots of little bubbles of cork cells. This spongy structure expands and contracts like all solids do when the temperature c... Read More

    From the article Cellar Temperature and Corks


  • We’ve been impressed with the selections offered by The California Wine Club in the past, but with their amazing offer of $1 shipping on every case or half-case purchased (you can even mix and match, if you'd like!), we have to say they’ve taken customer service to another level. It’s not just that this is a compelling shipping deal, which it is... Read More

    From the article The California Wine Club - On Sale


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