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  1. Mama and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Pasadena Weekly

    ... the dcor, menu and beverage offerings along with the name to coincide with upgrading their liquor license from beer and wine to full alcoholic privileges. The west side of the interior now sports a three-tier dramatically lit display case of the ...

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  2. Ayres Hotels Selects Groupize Next Generation Group Management...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Hotel News Resource

    ... custom boutique-style hotels in prime Southern California locations with a new resort and vineyard in the picturesque wine country of Paso Robles that opens in 2015. Ayres Suites Mission Viejo is the winner of a 2014 Orbitz Best in Stay Award for ...

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  3. 11 Questions for a Natural-Wine EvangelistRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Food & Wine

    First things first: What is natural wine? It's a wine made with grapes grown with organic or biodynamic farming, then transformed in the winery without any additives - no chemical intervention. You can have physical intervention - cool it down, pump it from one place to another - but no chemical intervention.

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  4. Rioja Heads to the Windy CityRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | PR Newswire

    Wine and food lovers everywhere are invited to explore the largest Spanish-focused festival in the country, celebrating historic Union Station, includes nearly 200 vibrant wines from Rioja, from Blancos to Rosados to Gran Reservas, and everything in between. Attendees are invited to taste wines and learn directly from the best with top Rioja winemakers and winery principals in attendance.

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  5. Beer and bacteria dress to debut in MilanRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Drinks Business

    ... fermented fashion. Cass first discovered he could create the fabric in the 1990s when he accidentally left a vat of wine open while working at a vineyard, allowing oxygen in and Acetobacter to grow. "[The bacteria] got in, we forgot to look at it ...

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  6. Label 5 Scotch hits new sales recordRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Drinks Business

    ... have invested strongly in Scotch over the last 10 years so we have the supply to grow." Indeed, Label 5 used the German wine and spirits fair to unveil a new global campaign for the whisky called "City Light Colours". This is a continuation of its ...

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  7. Top 5 wine hotels in Italy's VenetoRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Drinks Business

    Prosecco might be the cool kid on the block, but the allure of Italy's Veneto wine region extends beyond fizz and gondolas. Veneto is the eighth largest region of Italy and has more than 90,000 hectares of vineyards, of which 35,400 are of DOC status.

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  8. The Magic of AusRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | The Drinks Business

    Australia-themed wine events will hit London next month as part of Wine Australia's 'Wonderful Wines of Aus' campaign. In partnership with D&D London, Wine Australia will host several events including a pop up 'Australian garden' terrace at French restaurant, La Pont de la Tour, a Penfold's dinner at Quaglinos in Mayfair, dinner at Bluebird with Aussie head chef, Matt Robinson and tasting events hosted by wine personalities, Jane Parkinson and Sarah Ahmed.

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  9. Rejoice with quality wines at Passover & EasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NJ.com

    Passover and Easter arrive next weekend, and wine has its place on the table of Jews and Christians during their respective celebrations. Whether it is Friday night's Seder or Sunday's Easter dinner, the kosher for Passover nonvintage Laurent Perrier Rose' Champagne will enhance the celebration.

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  10. just a While Ago - On 26 March in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Just-Drinks.com

    ... in Asia, countries such as Vietnam, Thailand and Singapore are being turned on to the drink. The battle between global wine exhibitions has never been so fierce. And, with the wine industry struggling in many key markets, companies are being forced ...

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  11. Riquewihr XIIRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TrekEarth

    ... stretches around the place, still retains some of its medieval defense system. The experts say that the secret of the wine quality is its geographical location on the sunny side of the Vosges, sheltered from the cold west. The town retains a ...

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  12. Re: The Black Douglas: A Two-Wheeled MorganRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Bike EXIF

    Fabio Cardoni is a man after our own hearts. "Steel is more beautiful than plastic, and simplicity is more appealing than complexity," he says.

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  13. Wine, etc.: Youthful Luca Bosio's Piedmont wines impressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Maryland Gazette

    Tuscany is surely the most widely recognized wine region of Italy, the home of the ubiquitous sangiovese-based chiantis and the wildy successful super tuscans that can be very rare and cost hundreds of dollars per bottle. Another region of Italy not as well known is Piedmont in northwest Italy where the nebbiolo grape is made famous.

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  14. Quick Bites: Tickets on sale for June Cooking for Solutions eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Monterey County Herald

    ... events include a morning “Feeding Frenzy” tour with Hall behind the scenes at the aquarium, and food/wine adventures throughout the Monterey Bay region. Trio Carmel is hosting a new series of wine seminars at its tasting room, and the ...

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  15. First look: Maison Margiela opens on Maiden LaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | SFGate

    Martin Margiela, which opened a store on San Francisco's Maiden Lane this month, has a black and white design filled with trompe-l'oeil elements. If you've heard of Maison Margiela but don't recall exact details, that's partly by design.

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  16. New Orleans attorney files arsenic suit against winemakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | FOX Carolina

    A local attorney is following the lead of attorneys in California, and filed a class action lawsuit against dozens of winemakers. Local attorney Daniel Becnel has now filed a suit in federal court in Baton Rouge on behalf of Louisiana plaintiffs' who may have been harmed by wine arsenic levels as much as 500 percent over daily allowable limits.

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  17. Lawsuit: Dangerous arsenic levels found in California wineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | SouthCoastToday.com

    The 83 bottles of wine cited in a lawsuit this week as having dangerously high levels of arsenic came from 28 California wineries and were bottled under 31 different brand labels. Some of the labels included several different types of wine, such as merlot, chardonnay, burgundy, rose, etc.

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  18. London's Greatest RacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Londonist

    Some of London's biggest races of the year - including the Marathon and the Boat Race - are just around the corner. From the classic to the wacky, here's our pick of the capital's best annual sprints, chases, clock-beaters and obstacle courses.

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  19. Top 10 wines in the US pressRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Drinks Business

    "There's a feeling in the wine industry that a wave of commercial success is about to hit Italy's Montalcino region" writes Will Lyon in the Wall Street Journal, before recommending a number of its Sangiovese-based wines. "At their best, these wines display a piercing purity of fruit, with notes that range from rose petal, dark cherry and red berries to spice, black pepper and wild herbs", he said.

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  20. Californian trend for 'terroir-driven' wine growsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Drinks Business

    "California cult wines are so hot right now!" exclaimed Michael Madrigale, head sommelier at Bar Boulud - a rather fashionable cornerstone of Chef Daniel Boulud's collections of restaurants. Though California Cabernets have always had a place on the book-sized wine lists of top Manhattan restaurants, Madrigale recently showcased the diversity of Napa Valley wines to his sommelier peers in an afternoon tutored tasting featuring three of the most celebrated women from Napa, winemakers Cathy Corison of Corison Winery, Rosemary Cakebread of Gallica, and Emma Swain, CEO of St Supery.

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