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  1. Arts and Entertainment Calendar 1/30/15-2/03/15Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Easy Reader News

    ... Gallery, 16007 Crenshaw Blvd. in Torrance. King Harbor Brewing holds a debate over what pairs better with food: beer or wine. For their introductory pairing event they're serving the new King Harbor IPA and Storm's A-Brewin' Baltic porter along with ...

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  2. Jim Beauregard's Tasting Notes: Wine Week - a few more Spectacular samples 0Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | UnionLeader.com

    As today's paper hits the streets, we're in the midst of New Hampshire Wine Week and on the eve the biggest wine tasting north of Boston.

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  3. Tasting Notes: A preview of some Spectacular red wines 0Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | UnionLeader.com

    The big Easter Seals Winter Wine Spectacular is coming right up , and today we're continuing our preview of some of the wines that will be offered for tasting.

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  4. Bordeaux Wine Tasting, Yoga + Wine TonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Westword

    Billing itself as "the greatest wine event to have ever been presented in Colorado," Union Des Grands Crus de Bordeaux Vintage Wine Tasting promises a special evening filled with some of the most prestigious French wines. Sixty wine makers from the Bordeaux region will be presenting their best 2012 vintages, giving sippers a chance to taste the 2012 harvest before it goes on the market.

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  5. Storytellers 'replacing role of critics'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Drinks Business

    Wine writers that tell stories are replacing the role of the wine critic and are helping to swing the pendulum away from score chasing wines according to Mark Andrew of Roberson. Speaking to the drinks business , Andrew said: "The role of wine critics is being counterbalanced by a new breed of wine writer that is less score driven and more focused on telling stories, which is providing a better balanced conversation.

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  6. A Houston Sommelier on Top of the World in New York CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Houston Press

    As the wine director of Danny Meyer's new Manhattan restaurant Marta, former Pappas Bros. sommelier Jack Mason has reached a pinnacle of the wine trade.

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  7. Marching to the battlefieldRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Drinks Business

    ... techniques in the vineyard, because it's the nature of the grapes that makes the difference between a good and a great wine. And, as highlighted in last month's report on the annual Drinks Business Champagne Masters, the famous French fizz is ...

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  8. Successful wine brands 'tell a story'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Drinks Business

    In a competitive market, in order to succeed as a wine brand rather than a label you have to tell a story, according to Concha y Toro's marketing director. Speaking to the drinks business during a recent trip to Chile, Sebastian Aguirre, marketing director for Concha y Toro's premium wines said: "It's hard to find true wine brands on the market, most are just labels.

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  9. Uncorked: Washington wine's minerality runs deepRead the original story

    Yesterday | Kane Co. Chronicle

    ... of Seven Hills. All are characteristics I would describe as minerality. It's a pleasant component that adds depth to a wine. Sometimes it helps fruit flavors pop. Other times it serves as sort of a rock band drummer, as it keeps the other musicians ...

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  10. A glass of wineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stroudnewsand Journal

    THERE was the expected full house last Monday to welcome Mark Savage MW who is a founder member of the Society. Mark is a very busy Wine Merchant with an international reputation and it is a great privilege that he continues to honour us by presenting wines from his position of intimate knowledge of the producers and their vineyards.

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  11. Scour Grapes: We Put 5 Wine-Stain Removers to the TestRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wired

    ... a dark side to drinking. No, not cirrhosis of the liver. Spillage. Few household stains are more noxious than red wine - to the point where an entire industry has sprung up around helping consumers who want to remove red wine stains from their ...

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  12. New cheese pairings for Cabernet SauvignonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jordan Winery

    Red wines like Jordan that are balanced, elegant, lower in alcohol and higher in acidity tend to be more versatile with food & wine pairings, especially cheeses. Each winter, our chef hand-selects new cheeses designed to pair with our three featured vintages of Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon, served on our Library Tasting and Winery Tour & Library Tasting experiences.

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  13. 3 things you need to know about ZinfandelRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Zinfandel is making a comeback, says On the Coast's wine columnist Barb Phillip - here's what you need to know about the elusive red wine. It was originally a European variety, developed in Croatia in the 1300s.

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  14. 5 of the best ... foodie bites for FebruaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cornish Guardian

    ... February the St Moritz Hotel is bringing back its lunchtime Plat Du Jour. Unwind and enjoy a handsome dish and glass of wine for just 12.50 pp. Plat du Jour is available Sunday to Thursday until March 26. THIS month you can try the new addition to ...

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  15. 18 stunning food and drink destinations in YorkshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Edinburgh-festivals.com

    ... Ballet Dance Theatre, Kendell's Bistro is a casual, informal place to dine - with the main focus on quality of food, wine and service within a French bistro atmosphere. There's no topping up wine glasses after every sip, or sneaking up behind you ...

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  16. Livermore: Artists toast beauty of valley's vineyardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Inside Bay Area

    The vineyards that have made Livermore one of the world's most celebrated wine regions are the inspiration for a monthlong art exhibit that brings together the vision of 27 local artists. "It is a rare opportunity to have a specific art show of just vineyards and winemaking," said Maryann Kot, the show's chairwoman.

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  17. A fowl planRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsReview.com

    ... try steamed asparagus and sliced yellow and orange bell peppers, dressed with a dash of balsamic vinegar. The best wine to pair with goose is a pinot noir, although chardonnays, sauvignon blancs, gewrztraminers and rieslings also work well. Note: ...

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  18. New Dashboards and real-time metrics bring un-paralleled insight into ...Read the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    ... ground breaking in that once fully integrated into the vinSuiteplatform, there is no other product that exists in the wine industry today that provides this level of detail on every aspect of a wine drinker's visiting habits, buying habits, wants ...

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  19. Branded: Ladies of the VineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jamaica Observer

    On Monday evening, Chesna Haber, Brand Manager for International Wines at J Wray & Nephew Limited hosted the first in a series of "Ladies of the Vine" wine tasting and pairing sessions at the chic @twentythree bar, with some of the rock's most loyal wine aficionados. The evening included the pairing of 12 wine varietals from the J Wray & Nephew Winning Wines collection ranging from light to full bodied, accompanied by the decadent cuisine prepared by caterer Jacqui Tyson.

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  20. Patio PounderRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Big Apple

    ... and sung by Edythe Wright. Audio provided by Dorothy Emmerich. A "patio pounder" is an inexpensive-to-moderately priced wine that one can drink a lot of on a patio in the summer with some friends. "Patio pounders" can also be sold in the winter and ...

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