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  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Grenache

    You’re a member of the ‘Rhône Ranger’ band. Your groupies think you’re ‘hot’, even when you're boozy and "strung out"...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

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  • Skype id : garciasalvadorawe solve many document issues place your order being a visa issue,passport,Driver license issue,work permit or needing to work internationally ,studies matters,ID cards runs ,changing or apply for a new birth certificate,social security cards,citizenship documents,school diplomats ,changing your details ,bank statements... Read More

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  • There’s nothing like a vineyard owned by generations of the same family; or is there? The Globe and Mail wine reporter Beppi Crosariol tackled the theory this past week as some of Europe’s greatest wine families met in Toronto for an upper-crust wine tasting.  “Do families make better wines? It’s a romantic notion and one that mom and pop produc... Read More

    From the article Canadian Paper Explores Legacies of Family-Owned Vineyards


  • They say it’s a battle of numbers. This past week United Kingdom ... the winemakers’ beef, the other argument (propagated by The Times) has to do with the caloric values which must be displayed on the EU-mandate for nutrition labelling on alcoholic beverages. “Winemakers fear a fall in sales if consumers realise that ‘a bottle of wine has abou... Read More

    From the article EU Winemakers Fighting Calorie Labeling


  • Sorry, turophile. One day you may find yourself trapped in a big, scary, artisanal food desert. Fear not, for there is a silver lining. Such a scenario presents the perfect opportunity to marvel at human invention as manifest in processed cheese product. Once considered a miracle of modern life (along with canned beans, gelatin, and pressure coo... Read More

    From the article Unpretentious Wine Pairings: Cheese Product


  • Finally getting in to the Rose act. Some 2014 Dragonette while out on the town the other night. Liked it, got a lot of grapefruit, peach, and other mild citrus, good medium plus freshness, and slightly aggressive oak that I think worked well, giving the wine some more volume and spice without overwhelming too much. 70% Grenache, 27% Mourvedre, 3... Read More

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  • Noticed that the other day and had similar thoughts Dave.Duncan, maybe only 1% of total production, but maybe about 20% of hipster wines these days, at least from France. Grower Champagne, Loire, Cru Beajolais, and other outskirts of or hidden Burgundy gems as well as some others. Read More

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  • Emark and D - you guys explained it. I thought there was once a huge fishing operation here - Point Loma was populated by Portuguese fishermen, but I didn't know they had to go out so far. One of the last commercial guys here simply crashed his boat into the docks and left it. I do have friends who go out all the time and they bring back mahi-ma... Read More

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  • Here's my recipe: Morels are such a beautiful thing, they must enjoyed sans other food that might get into the way of the Morel. Recipe below demands REAL BUTTER, nothing else !RECIPE: Wash mushrooms and slice lengthwise.                Salted water (to taste), soak overnight in salt water                Coat with beated eggs                Roll... Read More

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  • Lots and lots of mushrooms on the market, depending on the time of year and where you go for them. But amongst them all, the most intense 'funghi' scent-and-taste experiences I've had have been with shiitake and maitake and (cheating a bit) porcini-with-truffle-oil. And morels, which were an early epiphany for me before I started traveling all o... Read More

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  • Have enjoyed several versions over the years, but I always go back to the classic in cream sauce with the first and last batches of the season. Works with both whites (oaked-yet-balanced chards, other whites from the Tyrol and Jura, even dry chenin blanc or riesling)  and a variety of reds (first had it with Cab, but now prefer with Burgundy [no... Read More

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