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At the innovative new POC Food & Wine Festival in SF and Berkeley, brown is beautiful.

The POC Food & Wine Festival highlights chefs, vintners, brewers of color often overlooked, aiming for equitability and community-building through unique experiences. [ more ]
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7 hours ago
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'AI helps me to make wine for younger drinkers'

The winemakers using artificial intelligence to help them grow grapes and blend their wines.
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1 day ago
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The Best Argentine Malbec Wines to Buy Right Now

Malbec is grown extensively in Argentina, showcasing diverse styles from warm, high-altitude regions to cooler, low-altitude areas. [ more ]
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14 hours ago
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Can a Brewery Make Good Wine? These Beer Makers Say Yes.

Craft breweries like Alesong Brewing are venturing into winemaking, creating beer-wine hybrids and expanding their customer base by offering wine options. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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Kobayashi's Wines Are Snapped Up Within Hours of Release. Here's Why.

Being a nurse anesthetist by day and an innovative winemaker by harvest, Travis Allen showcases a unique blend of skills and passions. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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Hardy, Crisp and Rich: Meet Chardonnay's Hybrid Grape, Chardonel

Chardonel is a hybrid grape with characteristics of both Chardonnay and Seyval Blanc, providing a unique flavor profile.
Chardonel thrives in regions with colder climates, making it popular on the East Coast and parts of the Midwest. [ more ]
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1 day ago
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The Best Side for a Sandwich? Wine

Consider unique wine varieties like Carmenère or Cabernet Franc for sandwiches with specific flavors such as Philly cheesesteak. [ more ]
Time Out London
1 week ago
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Superstar sommelier Honey Spencer's guide to London's best foodie wine bars

Exploring the world of natural, organic, biodynamic wines
Highlighting top London wine bars and restaurants with recommended pairings [ more ]
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1 week ago
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How to Make Boeuf Bourguignon, a One-Pot French Classic

Boeuf Bourguignon was formalized in French culinary canon in 1903 by Auguste Escoffier.
Mino Brasserie offers modern takes on classic Parisian bistro dishes, with a France-centric wine list. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
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What wine goes best with Thai food? | Fiona Beckett on drinks

Thai food can be challenging to pair with wine due to its sweet and spicy nature
Matching the overall level of heat in Thai dishes is key for successful wine pairing. [ more ]
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ABC7 San Francisco
1 day ago
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World-renowned winery Iron Horse Vineyards in Sebastopol, California developed a special brut for Lunar New Year

Iron Horse Vineyards honors Lunar New Year with annual special brut wine called 'Dragon'. [ more ]
Eater SF
1 day ago
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There's a Secret Vintage Wine Collection Hiding Inside This Oakland Barbecue Spot

Stay Gold Deli in West Oakland offers a hidden selection of vintage wines to curious diners, adding an exclusive touch to the dining experience. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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What Gen Z Actually Thinks About Wine, According to Gen Z

Gen Z's wine industry impact is misunderstood, though they value sustainability over brand names and other practices. [ more ]
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3 days ago
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Following the Emerald Green Road: Northern California's Cannabis Culture Heads to Wine Country

Northern California's cannabis culture is gaining recognition, paralleling the region's wine fame with the creation of a cannabis appellation program and a nine-county Cannabis Trail. [ more ]
www.mercurynews.com
3 days ago
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Q&A: Luxury South Bay wine retailer Angie An is on a quest to make the wine world less intimidating

Angie An transitioned from sommelier at Alexander's Steakhouse to selling luxury wines to Chinese collectors, advocating for wine enjoyment and inclusivity. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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Where There's Smoke, There's Tainted Grapes: How Researchers Are Trying to Remedy Smoke Taint

Extreme fires have become increasingly common and devastating for winemakers, impacting the quality and salvageability of wines. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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Rex Pickett on the Making of 'Sideways,' 20 Years Later

The real life of Sideways author Rex Pickett closely mirrors his book's main character, Miles Raymond.
The success of Sideways did not immediately change Pickett's fortunes, but it led to two decades of adventures in the wine world. [ more ]
www.independent.co.uk
3 weeks ago
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The winners and losers of the wine industry from climate crisis

Climate crisis impacts wine regions, threatening wine production quality and viability.
Higher temperatures and changing weather patterns are shifting grape harvests and affecting wine alcohol levels and quality. [ more ]
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2 days ago
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What Makes a Private-Label Wine?

Private-label wines are increasingly popular in stores, often unnoticed by average drinkers, with some being produced by top wineries exclusively for retailers. [ more ]
BBC News
2 days ago
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'AI helps me to make wine for younger drinkers'

The director of viticulture at large US wine firm Foley Family Farms, she is responsible for more than 5,200 acres (2,000 hectares) of vines, scattered across 1,000 miles of California and Oregon.
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3 days ago
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Burgundy Taste on a Beer Budget: 7 Affordable Bottles to Buy Right Now

Burgundy wine from France holds a variety of flavors and styles in a small geographical area, highly sought after globally for its unique qualities. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
2 days ago
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Sober Travelers Find Something to Savor in Wine Country

Sober travel is on the rise even in traditional wine regions like Mendoza, Argentina. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
3 days ago
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Crushable Rose, Herbal Amaro and Main-Character Trebbiano: 5 Glasses in Abruzzo

Abruzzo is a hidden gem with diverse offerings including wine, coastal landscapes, and authentic hospitality. [ more ]
New York Post
3 days ago
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This restaurant gives a free bottle of wine - but you have to give up your phone

Disconnecting from phones at Al Condominio in Italy earns diners a free bottle of wine and a chance at a complimentary meal. [ more ]
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4 days ago
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The Best Wineries (and More) to Visit in Mendoza, Argentina

Mendoza in Argentina offers a vibrant wine and gourmet scene, attracting tourists year-round with no off-season. [ more ]
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4 days ago
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Move Over, Willamette: Southern Oregon Pinot Noir Is Taking the Stage

Southern Oregon’s AVA is gaining recognition for Pinot Noir production, with over 40% of planted acreage dedicated to this grape. [ more ]
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4 days ago
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The Best Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Wines to Drink Right Now

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo's quality has significantly improved in recent years, attracting investment and resulting in more complex wines showcasing the region's terroir. [ more ]
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4 days ago
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Anchor Brewing Company Might Be Gone but the Legacy of its 'Steam' Beer Lives On

The closing of Anchor Brewing Company left a void in the beer world due to its iconic Steam Beer style. [ more ]
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4 days ago
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$35 Tix: 4-Course Cannabis & Wine Tasting Event (4/20 Weekend 2024)

Experience a wine and cannabis tasting event featuring up to 4 pairings to explore the connection between terpenes and tannins. [ more ]
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4 days ago
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FRENCH WINE DISCOVERY | PARIS BY MOUTH

Explore French wine regions in a fun and informative way, enhancing wine knowledge and boosting confidence in navigating wine menus. [ more ]
New York Post
1 week ago
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Exclusive NYC wine club requires a vibe check and $20K to become a member, drink with celebs

High-profile celebrities frequent an exclusive wine club in New York where they indulge in expensive wines and learn about different nuances.
The club has a stringent admission process based on 'vibes' and enforces a 'no a-sholes' policy to maintain a sophisticated environment. [ more ]
London On The Inside
2 weeks ago
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Get 50%Off Wine Flights and Sharing Boards at The Wine Tasting Shop in Balham

The Wine Tasting Shop in Balham offers a diverse selection of wines from various regions and provides a welcoming atmosphere for wine enthusiasts.
The venue aims to educate people about wine and hosts tasting sessions for exploring different styles and regions, catering to both experienced and younger wine drinkers. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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What, Exactly, Is a Dry White Wine?

On paper, the definition of a ' dry wine' is simple: a wine that offers no residual sugar or perceptible sweetness.
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1 week ago
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How Making a Wine Documentary Brought Me Closer to Manischewitz

Exploring the artistic aspect of wine helped shift perceptions and inspire documentary creation. [ more ]
Frenchly
1 week ago
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Women in Wine: France's Female Winemakers on Their Fave Cuvees - Frenchly

French wine industry has a history of women winemakers overcoming obstacles to achieve success. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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Wine Cellars We Love in 5 Homes for Sale Around DC - Washingtonian

Wine cellars are becoming a sought-after luxury feature in residential real estate listings. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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Why Italian white wine is so food-friendly | Fiona Beckett on drink

Italian wines like soave and pinot grigio complement food by being subtle without overpowering flavors. They are inexpensive and suitable for simple meals. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
1 week ago
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It's a sun trap': climate crisis brings boomtime for British wine

The climate crisis is creating ideal conditions for growing grapes in the UK, while traditional wine regions face devastation due to extreme heat. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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The Most Expensive Australian Wine? Gippsland Pinot Noir

Phillip Jones put Gippsland on the map with ultra-premium Pinot Noir.
Gippsland is gaining recognition due to small-scale producers investing in the region. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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Ready to Boost Wine Sales? Join the Club.

Wine clubs contribute significantly to winery revenue.
Strategies for growing wine club sales include customer retention, conversion, and expansion. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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The 12 Essential Beers Every Beginner Should Know

Diverse beer choices offer a wide range of flavors and styles, making it a dynamic and creative beverage for social settings and food pairings. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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Spring 2024 - Wine Enthusiast Sweepstakes: Official Rules

Entry eligibility restricted to 50 US states and DC, age 21 or older. No purchase necessary. Sweepstakes governed by official rules.
To enter, follow, like, and tag on Wine Enthusiast Instagram. Multiple entries allowed. Sweepstakes period from April 17 to April 19, 2024. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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Champagne's Nearly Forgotten Still Wines Are on the Rise

Champagne region produces still wines called Coteaux Champenois alongside its renowned bubbly.
Coteaux Champenois wines have experienced a resurgence in popularity due to climatic changes and improved quality. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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If You Like Palomas, Try This Refreshing Shochu-Based Cocktail

A Paloma variation using barley shochu and grapefruit 'soda' with a touch of chili pepper heat.
Recipe adaptation by Kyle Davis from Brooklyn Kura, featured in Wine Enthusiast magazine. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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The Urban Vineyards Association is Reviving History, One Vine at a Time

Urban vineyards are being established in various cities globally to preserve cultural history and promote sustainable tourism.
Revitalizing urban vineyards not only restores ancient agricultural plots but also fosters economic and cultural growth in cities. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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The Golden Child: How to Pair Wine With Turmeric

Turmeric has a strong earthy scent and pairs well with Pinot Noir for a unique flavor experience.
Turmeric, part of the ginger family, shares similarities but is less citrusy and more peppery and woody. [ more ]
Greenpointers
1 week ago
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Please Tell Me Unveils Italian-Inspired Wine Window Tonight - Greenpointers

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1 week ago
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'The Gentlemen' Features an Unusual Decanting Method. Is It Any Good?

Guy Ritchie's new Netflix series The Gentlemen glamorizes crime and luxury through its portrayal of an inherited weed operation and rare wines.
The elaborate and over-the-top process of serving wine in The Gentlemen parodies wine culture and the excesses of the upper class. [ more ]
Time Out London
1 week ago
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Legendary London restaurant Le Gavroche is auctioning off its wine cellar

Le Gavroche's iconic wine cellar is being auctioned off, featuring impressive selections like Romanée-Conti Grand Cru 2013 and Château Mouton Rothschild.
Artefacts from Le Gavroche's storied history, including the guestbook with celebrity signatures, are also up for auction. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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Make Wine Not War: How One Winemaker Is Redefining the Lebanese Wine Narrative

Eddie Chami aims to shift the narrative of Lebanese wine from war to identity and history.
Chami combines old winemaking traditions with modern techniques, using native grapes and minimal intervention. [ more ]
Eva Darling
1 week ago
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12 Best West Village Wine Bars for a Romantic Date Night

Visiting West Village wine bars offers a unique culinary experience akin to traveling through different countries.
West Village wine bars offer a diverse range of wine selections, including obscure options from regions like Bosnia and Herzegovina. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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Move Aside, Sake: Shochu Is Japan's Best-Kept Secret

Kyushu is a hub for authentic shochu production, with over 280 distilleries.
Shochu, made from various base ingredients, outsells sake in Japan but is still unfamiliar to many Americans. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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The Best Sangiovese Wines to Buy Right Now

Sangiovese is the most widely grown grape in Italy, known for its high acidity and ability to express diverse flavors.
Sangiovese wines can vary in flavors, textures, and aromas based on location and winemaking processes, leading to an intensely devoted global fanbase. [ more ]
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1 week ago
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This Modern Take On the Midori Sour Packs a Playful Punch

The Midori Shochu Sour is a popular drink at Kumiko's bar, combining bright melon and lemon flavors with earthy shochu for a playful yet adult beverage.
The recipe involves mixing shochu, Midori, citrus juices, and simple syrup, then aerating the mixture before serving it over ice with a splash of club soda. [ more ]
www.hamhigh.co.uk
1 week ago
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The Victorian wine club which started in a cellar beneath the Albert Hall

The Wine Society has grown significantly over its 150-year history, offering a diverse selection of wines at various price points with exceptional customer service and membership benefits.
The Society's success can be attributed to its well-managed mutual structure, reinvesting all profits back into the business, and maintaining fair relationships with wine producers. [ more ]
The Mercury News
1 week ago
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Los Gatos Spring Wine Walk goes VIP with Gardenia partnership

Wine Walk events significantly boost the local economy by attracting thousands of visitors.
The upcoming Spring Wine Walk will feature a VIP Experience at a new coffee shop, offering premium wines and gourmet treats. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
2 weeks ago
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Top Flor: The Art and Science of Film-Forming Yeast

Yeasts like flor play a crucial role in the unique expressions of wines.
Flor yeast in wines affects aromas, flavors, and textures through metabolization processes. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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The Drinker's Guide to the Columbia River Gorge

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2 weeks ago
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The Best Rum for Mojitos

White rum is generally preferred for making mojitos due to its crispness, lightness, and ability to showcase the lime and mint in the drink.
Dark rum, though used by some for a richer flavor profile, can make the mojito look muddy and may overshadow the freshness of the drink. [ more ]
VinePair
2 weeks ago
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NYC Just Got a Florentine Wine Window

Wine windows originated in Italy as brick portals for easy drink service
Please Tell Me in Brooklyn is introducing wine-window service with a variety of natural and organic wine offerings. [ more ]
San Francisco Bay Times
2 weeks ago
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Global Wine & Food Festival Returns to Healdsburg May 16-19 - San Francisco Bay Times

The Healdsburg Wine & Food Experience (HWFE) highlights Sonoma County's culinary diversity and sustainable farming practices.
The event features exclusive experiences with renowned chefs, wine tastings, seminars, celebrity chef demonstrations, and live entertainment. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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How to Make a Mint Julep, the Kentucky Derby's Official Cocktail

Kentucky Derby celebrates 150th anniversary in May
Mint julep combines bourbon, horses, and is popular at the Derby [ more ]
ESPN.com
2 weeks ago
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'Who's this Michael Jordan guy?' How the NBA landed its very own wine partnership

Michael Jordan participated in virtual wine tastings during the pandemic.
Despite sharing the same name, the sommelier leading the tastings is a short, white Italian man. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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10 Passover Wines to Make Your Seder Shine

Wine is a central element in Passover seders, with participants instructed to drink four glasses during the ceremonial dinners.
Selecting wines for Passover involves finding options that are both enjoyable and designated kosher for the holiday, adhering to specific dietary rules. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
2 weeks ago
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Where to Drink Wine in Chicago

Chicago offers a plethora of wonderful options for wine enthusiasts in casual and comfortable settings.
Notable wine spots in Chicago include diverse establishments like cheese and wine shops, natural wine bars, and neighborhood wine bars. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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Grapes That Wish They Were Pinot Noir

Alternative grape varieties share similar qualities to Pinot Noir like fine-grained tannic texture and elevated acidity.
Carignan and Cinsault are two grapes that exhibit Pinot-like characteristics and can be mistaken for Pinot Noir when tasted blind. [ more ]
Time Out New York
2 weeks ago
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NYC will gets its own Florence-style wine window at Please Tell Me

Wine windows tradition from Italy introduced in a New York wine bar.
New addition of wine window with natural and organic wine selections at a NYC bar. [ more ]
TechCrunch
2 weeks ago
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Full Glass Wine raises $14M to continue acquiring DTC wine marketplaces, buys Bright Cellars | TechCrunch

Full Glass Wine acquired Bright Cellars to expand its subscription-based model.
Full Glass Wine aims to optimize logistics and marketing by uniting multiple DTC wine brands under its portfolio. [ more ]
Decanter
2 weeks ago
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Best wine shops in New York City - Decanter

Manhattan offers a variety of wine stores catering to different preferences and needs.
Astor Wines & Spirits is highlighted for its extensive selection and competitive prices. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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South Africa's Hemel-en-Aarde Is a Slice of Wine Heaven on Earth

Hemel-en-Aarde in South Africa is a region known for divine wines like Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and ancient soils contribute to the cool climate and unique terroir of Hemel-en-Aarde. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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Champagne Has Entered Its 'Wherever, Whenever' Era

Champagne is increasingly being consumed daily, shedding its special occasion-only image.
New generation of Champagne makers are working to make Champagne more approachable and less formal. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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In the Sprawling Lake Erie AVA, Variety Is the Spice of Life

Lake Erie AVA is a historic wine-producing region with diverse grape varieties and styles.
Ancient glacial soils, moderating effects of Lake Erie, and favorable winds contribute to successful grape growing in Lake Erie AVA. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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Wairau River: Rooted in Heritage, Rooted in Family

Rose family's legacy dates back to 1870 in Marlborough, New Zealand.
Wairau River is a pioneer in producing quality Sauvignon Blanc and other wines in the region. [ more ]
Los Angeles Times
2 weeks ago
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Global wine glut compounds headaches for struggling California vineyards

California wine grape growers face challenges from wildfires, drought, global competition, and changing consumer habits.
California growers are struggling to compete with bargain-basement wine prices from overseas, affecting the local wine industry. [ more ]
Inverse
2 weeks ago
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The Scientific Reason Winemakers Are Freaking Out About A Warming Planet

Microbes play a crucial role in winemaking by influencing flavor and quality.
Climate change can impact wine production by affecting microbial populations. [ more ]
Mail Online
3 weeks ago
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Climate change is coming for your wine, study warns

Wine-growing regions at risk with 2°C temperature rise
UK and emerging regions to benefit from global warming [ more ]
www.thelocal.com
3 weeks ago
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French and Italian wines set to lose out to British vineyards, claims study

Climate change is reshaping wine production geography, creating winners and losers.
Rising temperatures pose a substantial risk of making 49 to 70 percent of wine-producing regions economically unviable. [ more ]
WIRED
3 weeks ago
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Enjoy Your Favorite Wine Before Climate Change Destroys It

Climate change is impacting traditional wine-growing regions, making it harder to produce wine.
Adaptation strategies are crucial for the wine industry to mitigate the effects of extreme heat and droughts. [ more ]
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2 weeks ago
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Monster Jam, Wine Fest, International Taste Fest: 12 things to do in CNY this week

Central New Yorkers have various entertaining options on Saturday, including Monster Jam, Syracuse Wine Fest, and International Taste Fest.
Monster Jam features 12,000-pound monster trucks in speed, skill competitions, stunts, backflips, and races, with popular trucks like Grave Digger and Megalodon. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
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Her first visit to wine country was anything but pleasant'. So this Black former techie became a winemaker

Fern Stroud founded Black Vines to create a space in the wine industry for Black vintners and consumers in the Bay Area.
The organization has grown into a significant economic engine for Black-owned wine businesses, aiming to connect them with consumers often overlooked by the mainstream industry. [ more ]
BuzzFeed
2 weeks ago
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27 Gifts For The Person You've Known So Long You've Run Out Of Gifts To Get Them

Drop It removes sulfites from wine, creating a smoother taste and potentially reducing headaches.
Brewing straw with a filter is ideal for coffee/tea lovers to avoid loose leaves/grinds and filter out solids from drinks. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
2 weeks ago
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Easy-drinking wines you'll want to drink every day

Everyday wines should be thirst-quenching, not too heavy on alcohol, and food-friendly.
France and Italy offer affordable, well-made, and flavor-filled red wines for normal occasions. [ more ]
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3 weeks ago
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9 Napa Hotels, Motels and Inns to Book Right Now

Napa Valley offers a rustic, French countryside-like experience with Medieval-style chateaus and diverse wineries.
Napa Valley boasts over 500 wineries, producing top-notch wines like Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and more, including low-intervention options. [ more ]
www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
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Light red wines for spring | Fiona Beckett on drink

Lighter red wines are becoming more popular due to their refreshing qualities, even in traditionally full-bodied regions.
Grape varieties like cinsault, gamay, pais, and pinot noir are typically made in a lighter style. [ more ]
Wine Enthusiast
3 weeks ago
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Rye vs. Bourbon: What's the Difference?

Bourbon and rye share similarities but differ in mash bill, taste, and origin. Bourbon is sweeter, while rye is spicier and can be made outside the US. [ more ]
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3 weeks ago
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Wine nutrition labels may surprise consumers: Academic Minute

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3 weeks ago
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The Best Wheated Bourbon to Drink Now

Bourbon must be made from 51% corn, aged in new oak barrels, and completely produced in the U.S.
Diversity in bourbon production includes different distillation processes and mash bills. [ more ]
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3 weeks ago
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Mezcal, Low-Intervention Wines and Ancestral Beverages: 5 Glasses in San Miguel de Allende

Brooklyn Paper
3 weeks ago
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Local wine connoisseurs prepare to open Whoopsie Daisy wine bar in Crown Heights * Brooklyn Paper

Quality over quantity in menu selection at Whoopsie Daisy Wine Bar.
Focus on sustainability through low-waste drinks and sourcing from local businesses. [ more ]
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3 weeks ago
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The Big Takeaways from ProWein 2024

ProSpirits introduction was well-received at ProWein 2024, showcasing the latest trends in spirits.
Continued demand for no and low-alcohol beverages at ProWein Zero, attracting enthusiasts and vintners alike. [ more ]
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3 weeks ago
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China lifts steep Australian wine tariffs as relations improve

China has lifted steep tariffs on Australian wine imposed in 2020, signaling improved relations.
Ties between China and Australia have improved, leading to the removal of trade barriers on goods like barley and coal. [ more ]
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3 weeks ago
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China lifts wine tariffs on Australia amid improving ties DW 03/28/2024

China lifts punitive tariffs on Australian wines, signaling improving trade ties
Australia's political actions, such as supporting COVID-19 origins inquiry, led to trade tensions with China [ more ]
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3 weeks ago
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Message on a bottle: how Chateau Mouton Rothschild made a fine art of its wine labels

Wine labels offer infinite possibilities for design and communicate artistry in presenting wine.
Labeling wine has a rich history dating back to ancient times, evolving through handwritten labels to lithograph paper labels. [ more ]
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3 weeks ago
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China lifts wine tariffs on Australia amid improving ties DW 03/28/2024

China lifts punitive tariffs on Australian wines improving trade ties
Reasons behind the introduction of tariffs on Australian products [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
3 weeks ago
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As Relations Thaw, China Lifts Tariffs on Australian Wine

www.theguardian.com
3 weeks ago
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Wines for great Easter feasting | David Williams

Lebanese wines are recommended for Easter feasting in the UK
Variety of wine options to pair with different Easter dishes [ more ]
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