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Tasting Table
7 hours ago
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Rachael Ray's Favorite Wine Brings Back Romantic Memories - Tasting Table

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Both of Ray and her husband's favorite wines, Brunello di Montalcino and Rosso di Montalcino, are made from the same Sangiovese grapes but are processed slightly differently.
www.theguardian.com
6 hours ago
Wine

Why soave is the perfect summer wine | Fiona Beckett on drink

I recently spent three days in Italy drinking nothing but one type of wine.
Sounds pretty boring, you might think, but it wasn't at all.
Ten different producers.
Conde Nast Traveler
9 hours ago
Wine

Uruguay's Punta del Este Has Quietly Become South America's Most Exciting Wine Destination

Although it has been cultivating wine for 150 years, Uruguay has long been overshadowed by its vino-producing neighbors Argentina and Chile.
WIRED
1 day ago
Wine

The Best Nonalcoholic Wines, Chosen by a Bartender

Wine with no alcohol?What's the point?!
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As a bartender and someone who loves to shoot one back, I used to preach the same sentiment.
Wine Enthusiast
23 hours ago
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The Top 10 California Wines to Collect Right Now

It's almost fifty years after the Judgement of Paris and no one needs to be convinced that California wine is good, largely great, often excellent and, with a bit of age, otherworldly.
Funcheap
21 hours ago
Wine

SF's Bastille Day 2024 "The French Wine Connection" Party w/ 13 Wines by the Glass (July 14)

Home " *Top Pick*, Bastille Day, Eating & Drinking, Funcheap Presents, In Person
Welcome to "The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party!
Funcheap
21 hours ago
Wine

SF's Bastille Day 2024 "The French Wine Connection" Party (July 13-14)

Home " *Top Pick*, Bastille Day, Eating & Drinking, Funcheap Presents, In Person
Welcome to "The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party!
Eater Atlanta
1 day ago
Wine

Atlanta Restaurant Openings, July Edition

Summer is a great time for restaurant launches.Here is a running list updated throughout the month with the newest places opening this July.
Los Angeles Times
1 day ago
Wine

In a precarious wine world, how one Los Olivos vineyard is redefining grape farming

In the pastoral patchwork of vineyards west of Highway 154, winemaker Alice Anderson and her partner, Topher De Felice, farm a historic 10-acre property with the help of her small herd of animals, growing grapes for some of the most singularly expressive wines in California.
PUNCH
2 days ago
Wine

We Asked: "How Do You Price Your Wine List?"

It's hardly a stretch to suggest that rising wine prices are changing the way restaurants operate financially, and in turn, the way guests drink.
Metro Silicon Valley | Silicon Valley's Leading Weekly
2 days ago
Wine

Wine Dining at Testarossa's New Bistro 107

The signs are up in the parking lot, and now the minds behind one of Los Gatos' most prominent vintners, Testarossa Winery, have announced they're opening a new dining space: Bistro 107.
Wine Enthusiast
2 days ago
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Puglia

Forming the heel of Italy's boot, Puglia -also called Apulia - is an ancient wine region .
Wine Enthusiast
1 day ago
Wine

Why Winemakers Are Abandoning Geographical Indications

Since their earliest modern manifestations in the first half of the past century, geographical indications (GIs) have been instrumental in shaping people's understanding of wine.
Elite Traveler
2 days ago
Wine

Abbay de la Bussiere Launch $50k Burgundy Wine Experience

In the village of La Bussière-sur-Ouche - a short drive from Dijon - lies the picturesque Relais & Chateaux property of Abbay de la Bussière, a 12th-century Cistercian abbey that sits at the center of 12 acres of parkland.
Wine Enthusiast
1 day ago
Wine

Why Wine-Lovers (and Everyone Else) Are Obsessed With Italy

Italy is more than a country.It is an idea, a way of life, a dream-and a nightmare, depending on who you ask.
Tasting Table
3 days ago
Wine

Here's Why You Should Be Using White Wine In Your Tomato Sauce - Tasting Table

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While white wine may be a better choice than red when it comes to using it in tomato sauce, there are some details to keep in mind when choosing.
Wine Enthusiast
2 days ago
Wine

Champagne

Geography of the Champagne Wine Region
Located in northeastern France, the Champagne wine region is 90 miles east of Paris and is characterized by its rolling hills covered in vineyards.
www.mercurynews.com
3 days ago
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Local wine industry loses icons Narsai David, Warren Winiarski

June marked the loss of local wine industry icons Warren Winiarski and Narsai David.
Winiarski, who died June 7 at age 95, was founder and proprietor of Stag's Leap Wine Cellars in Napa.
London On The Inside
3 days ago
Wine

Wine Car Boot Is Pulling Into London Once Again

After a four year hiatus, Wine Car Boot is back in the capital to help Londoners discover their new favourite bottles.
Wine Enthusiast
2 days ago
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Sierra Foothills

History of the Sierra Foothills Wine Region
SFGATE
2 days ago
Wine

Calif. wine facility causing 'foul odors' slapped with cease-and-desist notice

A Northern California wine facility, which for years has been linked to foul odors, has been hit with a cease-and-desist letter following a series of inspections and violations, as first reported by the Press Democrat.
Time Out London
3 days ago
Wine

Much-loved Dalston wine shop Weino BIB is closing down

The excellent Weino BIB is closing down for good.
www.mercurynews.com
3 days ago
Wine

The best new rose wines aren't from France

Elin McCoy | Bloomberg News (TNS) Chilled pink wine on a hot summer night is still the Instagram symbol of summer and winemakers in every region on the planet are launching new ones to fill your glass.
Conde Nast Traveler
3 days ago
Wine

A Bolivian Wine Country Guide For Adventurous Oenophiles

Many of the wineries in the Cinti Valley are driven by the personalities of their winemakers.The perfect example of this is Weymar Ríos Cavero of Cepas de Fuego.
www.theguardian.com
5 days ago
Wine

Coming up roses: properly tasty pink wines to get summer sizzling

Mateus Rose, Portugal 2022 (6.75, Waitrose) When, last month, I wrote about how a lot of my favourite wines at the moment are at the point on the spectrum where light reds, orange wines and darker roses meet, a friend said he had just the wine for me: Mateus Rose.
Tasting Table
5 days ago
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A Splash Of Dessert Wine Will Revamp Your Manhattan Cocktail Instantly - Tasting Table

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Just like vermouth, sweet wine is quite the broad category, so you have more than a few options for your next Manhattan.
Open Culture
1 week ago
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2000-Year-Old Bottle of White Wine Found in a Roman Burial Site

Back in 2017, we fea­tured the old­est unopened bot­tle of wine in the world here on Open Cul­ture.
Tasting Table
1 week ago
Wine

12 Grape Varieties That Were Almost Extinct - Tasting Table

Many people often buy a bottle of wine on repeat or look for similar options once they find something they like.
www.esquire.com
1 week ago
Wine

Exploring the Margaret River Wine Region in Australia

Imagine a place where you can taste some of the finest wines in the world, enjoy delicious gourmet meals, hike on sea-sprayed oceanfront trails, explore deep ancient caves, surf world class waves, and meet some of the friendliest people anywhere on earth.
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
Wine

Beyond champagne: the best wines for a celebration | Fiona Beckett on drink

Although I'm writing this before knowing the outcome of the election, it's hard to imagine that my mood this weekend will be anything but buoyant.
Boston.com
1 week ago
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'You don't say something belongs to you when it belongs to someone else': Nantucket food and wine festival sparks lawsuit

Chances are, there will be some kind of food and wine festival in Nantucket May 14-18 next year.We just don't know which version yet.
Wine Enthusiast
1 week ago
Wine

Tuning Into the Frequency of Biodynamic Trailblazer Nicolas Joly

In France's Loire Valley, a figure stands out in the world of winemaking like a wizard of the vines dancing to his own grape-stomping beat.
Business Insider
1 week ago
Wine

How Champagne celebrations became a Formula 1 tradition and a coveted sponsorship deal

Since 2021, Formula 1 races have used Ferrari Trento sparkling wine for podium celebrations.The tradition of rewarding winners with bubbly at F1 races dates back to the 1950 French Grand Prix.
Wine Enthusiast
1 week ago
Wine

Wachau Valley Was Once Austria's Most Famous Wine Region. Here's Where It Went Wrong.

As the Danube meanders its way east toward Vienna, it unveils the spectacular scenery of the terraced vineyards of the Wachau Valley.
#champagne
Wine Enthusiast
1 week ago
Wine

How a Warming Climate Is Changing the Face of Champagne

Champagne producers are adapting to climate change, creating new wines, and adjusting traditional winemaking techniques to match the evolving fruit characteristics. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
Wine

Champagne, cava, cremant: the 10 best bottles of bubbly for UK election night parties

The article highlights a selection of the best fizzy wines for election night celebrations or commiserations. [ more ]
www.independent.co.uk
3 weeks ago
Wine

Rare bottles of champagne and wine worth up to $140,000 for sale at Sotheby's

Rare champagne auction featuring prized vintages from Pierre Chen's collection at Sotheby's, valued up to $140,000 USD. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
1 week ago
Wine

How a Warming Climate Is Changing the Face of Champagne

Champagne producers are adapting to climate change, creating new wines, and adjusting traditional winemaking techniques to match the evolving fruit characteristics. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
Wine

Champagne, cava, cremant: the 10 best bottles of bubbly for UK election night parties

The article highlights a selection of the best fizzy wines for election night celebrations or commiserations. [ more ]
www.independent.co.uk
3 weeks ago
Wine

Rare bottles of champagne and wine worth up to $140,000 for sale at Sotheby's

Rare champagne auction featuring prized vintages from Pierre Chen's collection at Sotheby's, valued up to $140,000 USD. [ more ]
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Wine Enthusiast
1 week ago
Wine

Where's the Wine in 'The Bear'?

One crucial aspect for a high-end restaurant's success is the often underestimated wine program, which is not a mandatory factor for earning a prestigious Michelin star. [ more ]
New York Post
1 week ago
Wine

Chelsea Wine store owner looks dapper in court appearance for allegedly stealing vintages from own shop

The owner of Chelsea Wine store faces charges for stealing wines from his shop, no longer owns the store, and is linked to complaints about inaccessible wine storage business. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
1 week ago
Wine

Is American Amaro the Next Big Thing?

Amaro is gaining popularity as a trendy and fascinating option for Americans, especially with a rise in locally made craft amaros. [ more ]
#san-francisco
Funcheap
1 week ago
Wine

"The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party (July 2024)

Indulge in French wines at a late-night party in San Francisco every Monday through July 29, celebrating Bastille Day with a diverse selection of premium wines. [ more ]
Funcheap
1 week ago
Wine

"The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party (July 2024)

Explore French wines in a late-night party setting every Monday through July in San Francisco, offering a variety of premium wines by the glass. [ more ]
Funcheap
1 week ago
Wine

"The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party (July 2024)

Experience a late-night French wine party every Monday until July 29th in San Francisco, offering a variety of premium French wines by the glass and a vibrant atmosphere. [ more ]
Funcheap
1 week ago
Wine

"The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party (July 2024)

Experience French wines at SF's late-night event with a variety of premium options. [ more ]
Funcheap
1 week ago
Wine

"The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party (July 2024)

Indulge in French wines at a late-night party in San Francisco every Monday through July 29, celebrating Bastille Day with a diverse selection of premium wines. [ more ]
Funcheap
1 week ago
Wine

"The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party (July 2024)

Explore French wines in a late-night party setting every Monday through July in San Francisco, offering a variety of premium wines by the glass. [ more ]
Funcheap
1 week ago
Wine

"The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party (July 2024)

Experience a late-night French wine party every Monday until July 29th in San Francisco, offering a variety of premium French wines by the glass and a vibrant atmosphere. [ more ]
Funcheap
1 week ago
Wine

"The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party (July 2024)

Experience French wines at SF's late-night event with a variety of premium options. [ more ]
moresan-francisco
Secret London
1 year ago
Wine

This King's Cross Wine Bar Is Entirely Dedicated To Rioja Wines

Bar Rioja in King's Cross showcases the diverse wines of the Rioja region, offering a range of reds, whites, rosados, and sparkling wines at affordable prices. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
1 week ago
Wine

What Does 'Racy' Mean in Wine?

The term 'racy' in wine refers to a vibrant, lively character marked by pronounced acidity, providing a crisp, refreshing quality. [ more ]
Funcheap
1 week ago
Wine

"The French Wine Connection" SF's Late Night Wine Party (July 2024)

The article lists various wines from different regions with detailed descriptions, highlighting unique characteristics and flavors. [ more ]
www.independent.co.uk
1 week ago
Wine

Sauvignon surcharge': Next prime minister urged to dump Sunak post-Brexit wine tax

Keir Starmer urged to drop post-Brexit wine tax if elected Prime Minister. [ more ]
#english-wine-industry
Business Matters
1 week ago
Wine

UK Sparkling Wine Gains Global Recognition Amid Industry Boom

The English wine industry is rapidly growing and gaining international recognition through increased investment and quality production. [ more ]
CN Traveller
2 weeks ago
Wine

The unsung hero of the wine world - a look into the rise of English vineyards

England's south coast is thriving with wineries adopting Champagne production methods. [ more ]
Business Matters
1 week ago
Wine

UK Sparkling Wine Gains Global Recognition Amid Industry Boom

The English wine industry is rapidly growing and gaining international recognition through increased investment and quality production. [ more ]
CN Traveller
2 weeks ago
Wine

The unsung hero of the wine world - a look into the rise of English vineyards

England's south coast is thriving with wineries adopting Champagne production methods. [ more ]
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Daily News
1 week ago
Wine

'Harry Potter' star Emma Watson and her brother Alex bring gin brand to US

Gin is experiencing a luxury premiumization trend, with Renais Gin offering a unique distillation process from grape skins, resembling fine wine. [ more ]
www.vice.com
1 week ago
Wine

Best Wine Bars In Sydney: Potts Point, Newtown, Surry Hills & More

Sydney offers a variety of wine bars with unique offerings spanning from Australian natural wines to European selections. [ more ]
Modern Farmer
1 week ago
Wine

Packing Light - Modern Farmer

The story of 'suitcase wines' from British Columbia, where Italian immigrant Joe Busnardo smuggled vines in the late 1960s, reflecting the region's vineyard heritage. [ more ]
Tasting Table
1 week ago
Wine

Not Sure What To Do With Your Leftover Wine? Try Turning It Into Jelly - Tasting Table

Wine jelly can be made using any type of wine, can be customized with herbs/spices, and has various culinary uses. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
1 week ago
Wine

How an Aged Riesling Catapulted Me to My Childhood in India

What is your "it" wine?
...
Wine professionals often ask this of each other.It simply means, which wine made you take the plunge, knowing you wanted to discover more?
#wine-culture
Tasting Table
1 week ago
Wine

The Etiquette Tip To Keep In Mind When Serving Wine In France - Tasting Table

In France, it's customary for men to pour wine for women, wait for a toast before drinking, avoid putting ice in wine, and finish all wine before moving to after-dinner drinks. [ more ]
Portland Monthly
2 weeks ago
Wine

Division Winemaking Will Host NOLA's Legendary Bacchanal

Bacchanal wine bar in New Orleans evolved from a speakeasy to a popular spot, showcasing ancient Roman hedonist values in its offerings. [ more ]
www.mercurynews.com
3 weeks ago
Wine

The NBA's secret wine society isn't so secret anymore

NBA players like Carmelo Anthony have developed a strong interest in wine culture over the years, with many even launching their own wine labels. [ more ]
Tasting Table
1 week ago
Wine

The Etiquette Tip To Keep In Mind When Serving Wine In France - Tasting Table

In France, it's customary for men to pour wine for women, wait for a toast before drinking, avoid putting ice in wine, and finish all wine before moving to after-dinner drinks. [ more ]
Portland Monthly
2 weeks ago
Wine

Division Winemaking Will Host NOLA's Legendary Bacchanal

Bacchanal wine bar in New Orleans evolved from a speakeasy to a popular spot, showcasing ancient Roman hedonist values in its offerings. [ more ]
www.mercurynews.com
3 weeks ago
Wine

The NBA's secret wine society isn't so secret anymore

NBA players like Carmelo Anthony have developed a strong interest in wine culture over the years, with many even launching their own wine labels. [ more ]
morewine-culture
Tasting Table
1 week ago
Wine

How To Use Wax Paper To Get Stubborn Wine Corks Back In - Tasting Table

Using wax paper-covered cork for wine preservation. [ more ]
#wine-production
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
Wine

How politics affects the wine we drink

Legislative decisions, such as pegging duty to alcoholic strength, impact wine producers and consumers by influencing pricing and wine styles. [ more ]
London Unattached - Luxury London Lifestyle
1 week ago
Wine

Picpoul de Pinet and the Ormarine Effect

Experience the unique marine terroir and fresh wines of Étang du Thau in Languedoc through Picpoul de Pinet. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
Wine

UK winemaker Chapel Down considers raising cash or sale as trade sparkles

Chapel Down, Britain's biggest wine producer, explores raising funds and potential sale to fuel expansion in a rapidly growing industry impacted by climate change and tax benefits. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Wine

The rise and rise of English wines

English wines are improving in quality, with unique varieties like orange wine available, best found in the drier east of the UK. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
3 weeks ago
Wine

In California, Pinot Noir Wears Many Faces

High-end Pinot Noir is produced in relatively few places due to its finicky nature and specific climate requirements. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
Wine

How politics affects the wine we drink

Legislative decisions, such as pegging duty to alcoholic strength, impact wine producers and consumers by influencing pricing and wine styles. [ more ]
London Unattached - Luxury London Lifestyle
1 week ago
Wine

Picpoul de Pinet and the Ormarine Effect

Experience the unique marine terroir and fresh wines of Étang du Thau in Languedoc through Picpoul de Pinet. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
Wine

UK winemaker Chapel Down considers raising cash or sale as trade sparkles

Chapel Down, Britain's biggest wine producer, explores raising funds and potential sale to fuel expansion in a rapidly growing industry impacted by climate change and tax benefits. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Wine

The rise and rise of English wines

English wines are improving in quality, with unique varieties like orange wine available, best found in the drier east of the UK. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
3 weeks ago
Wine

In California, Pinot Noir Wears Many Faces

High-end Pinot Noir is produced in relatively few places due to its finicky nature and specific climate requirements. [ more ]
morewine-production
#rose-wine
www.hamhigh.co.uk
1 week ago
Wine

Don't stick to pale pinks - explore the range of rose for perfect summer drinking

There is much more to pink wine beyond the pale Provencal look-alikes. [ more ]
Mail Online
3 weeks ago
Wine

Rose should be out of the fridge for 'up to 30 minutes' before pouring

Rosé wine should be allowed to warm up before drinking to enhance flavors and aromas. [ more ]
www.southwalesargus.co.uk
3 weeks ago
Wine

I tried Aldi's latest Rose wines and there's one you need to try this summer

Rose wine is the drink that best captures the essence of summer, with its sweet, fruity, and refreshing tropical flavors. [ more ]
www.hamhigh.co.uk
1 week ago
Wine

Don't stick to pale pinks - explore the range of rose for perfect summer drinking

There is much more to pink wine beyond the pale Provencal look-alikes. [ more ]
Mail Online
3 weeks ago
Wine

Rose should be out of the fridge for 'up to 30 minutes' before pouring

Rosé wine should be allowed to warm up before drinking to enhance flavors and aromas. [ more ]
www.southwalesargus.co.uk
3 weeks ago
Wine

I tried Aldi's latest Rose wines and there's one you need to try this summer

Rose wine is the drink that best captures the essence of summer, with its sweet, fruity, and refreshing tropical flavors. [ more ]
morerose-wine
#ancient-wine
www.spektrum.de
1 week ago
Wine

This 2000-Year-Old Wine Is Still Pourable. But You Don't Want to Drink It

The oldest liquid wine, 2,000-year-old white wine, found in a glass urn in a burial chamber near Seville, Spain. [ more ]
New York Post
3 weeks ago
Wine

Oldest wine ever discovered contains a horrifying secret ingredient: study

Oldest wine with cremated human remains found in a 2,000-year-old Roman tomb in Spain, redefining ancient winemaking practices. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Wine

Oldest wine ever discovered in liquid form found in urn with Roman remains

The oldest liquid wine discovered in a southern Spain tomb after 2,000 years is sherry-like, colored by time and cremated Roman remains. [ more ]
www.spektrum.de
1 week ago
Wine

This 2000-Year-Old Wine Is Still Pourable. But You Don't Want to Drink It

The oldest liquid wine, 2,000-year-old white wine, found in a glass urn in a burial chamber near Seville, Spain. [ more ]
New York Post
3 weeks ago
Wine

Oldest wine ever discovered contains a horrifying secret ingredient: study

Oldest wine with cremated human remains found in a 2,000-year-old Roman tomb in Spain, redefining ancient winemaking practices. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
Wine

Oldest wine ever discovered in liquid form found in urn with Roman remains

The oldest liquid wine discovered in a southern Spain tomb after 2,000 years is sherry-like, colored by time and cremated Roman remains. [ more ]
moreancient-wine
Wine Enthusiast
1 week ago
Wine

How Many Calories Are in a Glass of Wine?

Understanding caloric content in wine is becoming more prevalent due to the rise of low-calorie wine options. [ more ]
San Francisco Bay Times
2 weeks ago
Wine

Terah Bajjalieh Creates Pride-Worthy Wines With Her Signature Stamp of Elegance and Diversity - San Francisco Bay Times

Terah Bajjalieh is a native Californian winemaker with a diverse background and a focus on boutique wines made through low intervention techniques. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
2 weeks ago
Wine

Vin Santo, the Sweet 'Wine of Saints,' Is Poised for a Revival

Vin Santo is a cherished dessert wine with contested origins, often overlooked outside of Italy especially by younger generations. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
2 weeks ago
Wine

Chianti Is Having a 'Hell of a Season' and These Bottles Are Proof

Chianti is a versatile Italian wine that pairs well with various dishes and is evolving with new quality markers like Gran Selezione and UGA. [ more ]
#orange-glou
www.amny.com
2 weeks ago
Wine

Lower East Side natural orange wine store Orange Glou celebrates its third anniversary | amNewYork

Orange Glou celebrates its third anniversary by offering a unique tasting experience of orange wines from around the world, emphasizing the natural and chemical-free winemaking process. [ more ]
Time Out New York
2 weeks ago
Wine

Get free orange wine at this vino party on the Lower East Side

Doreen Winkler is a leading figure in the orange wine scene, celebrating Orange Glou's anniversary with a free wine event in NYC. [ more ]
www.amny.com
2 weeks ago
Wine

Lower East Side natural orange wine store Orange Glou celebrates its third anniversary | amNewYork

Orange Glou celebrates its third anniversary by offering a unique tasting experience of orange wines from around the world, emphasizing the natural and chemical-free winemaking process. [ more ]
Time Out New York
2 weeks ago
Wine

Get free orange wine at this vino party on the Lower East Side

Doreen Winkler is a leading figure in the orange wine scene, celebrating Orange Glou's anniversary with a free wine event in NYC. [ more ]
moreorange-glou
Time Out New York
2 weeks ago
Wine

These NYC spots were honored in Wine Spectator's 2024 Restaurant Awards

Over 200 NYC restaurants honored in Wine Spectator's 2024 Restaurant Awards for their exceptional wine programs. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
2 weeks ago
Wine

With High Acidity and a Hot-Pink Hue, Catawba Wines Are Poised for a Comeback

"It's important to acknowledge Catawba's history," says Tim Benedict, winemaker of Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards in New York's Finger Lakes region, which uses the grape in two of its flagship offerings.
Wine Enthusiast
2 weeks ago
Wine

Are Wine Drinkers Ready for Paper, Aluminum and Other Alternative Packaging?

Eco-friendly wine packaging alternatives are gaining popularity among producers and consumers due to sustainability concerns. [ more ]
#cultural-significance
www.nytimes.com
2 weeks ago
Wine

In Defense of Wine

Wine industry facing challenges but still valued for its cultural significance and pleasures. [ more ]
Harvard Business Review
3 weeks ago
Wine

How Natural Winemaker Frank Cornelissen Innovated While Staying True to His Brand

Wine has a long history and cultural significance. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
2 weeks ago
Wine

In Defense of Wine

Wine industry facing challenges but still valued for its cultural significance and pleasures. [ more ]
Harvard Business Review
3 weeks ago
Wine

How Natural Winemaker Frank Cornelissen Innovated While Staying True to His Brand

Wine has a long history and cultural significance. [ more ]
morecultural-significance
Eater LA
2 weeks ago
Wine

The Silverlake Wine Team Has Their Eyes Set on Altadena With Two New Openings

The team behind Silverlake Wine and Everson Royce Bar opens West Altadena Wine and Spirits and Good Neighbor Bar in Altadena.
Randy Clement focuses on small-production wines, organic options, and local neighborhood service for the new wine shop.
Good Neighbor Bar in Altadena will specialize in classic cocktails and offer bar snacks, contributing to the town's culinary transformation. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
2 weeks ago
Wine

Is a Glass of Wine a Day Good for You? We Investigate

The debate over the health benefits of wine is ongoing even after decades of discussion. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
2 weeks ago
Wine

A Guide to Sparkling Wine's (Often Confusing) Sweetness Terms

Still wines are categorized as dry or sweet, while sparkling wines have a more complex classification system based on sweetness levels. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
Wine

Why monastrell is Spain's monster hit

Casa Castillo's Pie Franco vineyard in Jumilla, Spain, features ungrafted monastrell vines that contribute to the wine's unique flavors and characteristics. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
3 weeks ago
Wine

Is Double Decanting Worth It?

The process of decanting wine, often associated with luxury, is a basic technique that can enhance wine enjoyment for all bottles. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
2 weeks ago
Wine

NA Red Wines Are Finally Hitting Their Stride

The quality of non-alcoholic wines is significantly improving, attracting a wider range of consumers and challenging the stigma around NA drinks. [ more ]
Brooklyn Eagle
3 weeks ago
Wine

Catherine O'Rourke brings the wine shop experience to Bay Ridge, naturally

Natural wine categorization can be complex; Cellary focuses on good practices and small producers under the label.
Personal passion and extensive experience can lead to successful wine entrepreneurship. [ more ]
London Unattached - Luxury London Lifestyle
3 weeks ago
Wine

Chateau des Jacques Beaujolais Lunch

Beaujolais Nouveau overshadows other wines from the region, prompting the need to explore the lesser-known finer end of Beaujolais. [ more ]
www.npr.org
3 weeks ago
Wine

Spotted lanternfly eggs found attached to an art installation headed for California's wine country

Spotted lanternflies have been seen in California, where the invasive species poses a risk to the state's lucrative wine industry.
#wine-diversity
Wine Enthusiast
3 weeks ago
Wine

In London's Wine Bars, an Electric Drinking Scene Takes Hold

London offers exceptional wine diversity with high wine knowledge levels, from natural wine bars to single-origin venues to gastro-pubs promoting English wines. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
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Anaheim's Bravus Brewing releases new nonalcoholic sparkling rose

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A Field Guide to Drinking Wine Right Now

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Lucinda O'Sullivan's restaurant review: Wine bar Le Petit Renard's menu is sparse with hefty mark ups - are the big bucks now in Kimmage?

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Can 'joy' sell Gen Z on wine? This award-winning campaign suggests so

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