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  1. Students take part in new grape trialRead the original story

    Yesterday | PressReleasePoint

    Five new varieties of grape will be harvested this year as part of a project to find red grape varieties that will flourish in New Zealand's cooler climate. Being that Marlborough and the majority of New Zealand's wine regions are cool climate regions, we rely very heavily on Pinot noir as the major red grape for dry red table wine production.

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  2. Oradell native stars in off-Broadway play through May 31Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NorthJersey.com

    ... that, too, was useful, if only in that it provided him with hilarious material for his show. "I know two things about wine," he told one customer who inquired about vintages. "We have it or we don't." To a customer who was "in a hurry," his response ...

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  3. Austin Food & Wine Festival announces Grand Tasting exhibitors and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Austin American Statesman

    The Grand Tasting Pavilion is the centerpiece attraction each afternoon at the Austin Food & Wine Festival, taking place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The large event, held on 25,000 square feet of Auditorium Shores, offers attendees to sample food and libations from dozen of food purveyors, restaurants, wine and spirit makers.

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  4. Saint Emilion 'A's not on the same level?Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Drinks Business

    A blind tasting of the Saint Emilion grand cru classA A across several vintages saw AngA lus and Pavie lag behind fellow "A"s Cheval Blanc and Ausone, leading one critic to suggest they are "not on the same level". The comparative tasting of the grand cru classA A estates by Bordeaux critic Jean-Marc Quarin saw Cheval Blanc take pole position followed by Ausone.

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  5. Worth the waitRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lake County Record-Bee

    ... burst stands out, the supporting layers serve as structure and foundation, giving impressive depth to a medium-bodied wine. As the earthier aspects stroll away, a jammy fruit finish levitates, lingering just on the edge of grasp. On the nose it is ...

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  6. Blending produces the best of Bordeaux 0Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | UnionLeader.com

    ... week, we are going to the Saint-Estephe region on the left bank of the Gironde, which is the northernmost of the major wine regions in the Haut-Madoc. Last week, we saw that Merlot tended to dominate on the right bank. But on the left bank, where ...

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  7. Academie Ste Cecile student named to Team Canada science fair teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Windsor Star

    Academie Ste Cecile student Candace Brooks-Da Silva has been named to the Canadian team that will compete at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair May 10-16 in Pittsburgh. Academie Ste Cecile student Candace Brooks-Da Silva has been named to the Canadian team that will compete at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair May 10-16 in Pittsburgh.

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  8. Philly's Paris Wine Bar sticking with the Pa. wineries it knowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PennLive.com

    Of the six taps at Philly Wine Bar, three right now are pouring out wines produced in eastern Pennsylvania. One Philly bar that continues to promote Pennsylvania wines as part of its eat local menu is Paris Wine Bar at London Grill in the Fairmount section of the city.

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  9. What Every Picnic Basket NeedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Southern Living

    Clad in her signature pearls and slingbacks, Vilma Mazaite, the impeccably dressed director of wine at LaV restaurant in Austin, curated one of the most prestigious cellars in town. And while she loves to introduce customers to obscure grapes and the best crus from Burgundy, she's far from a wine snob.

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  10. Boysenberry Festival honors Knott's Berry Farm's past: If it wasn't...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Orange County Register

    ... ketchup and boysenberry relish, boysenberry trifle, and boysenberry dessert flautas. Add $19 to pair foods with beer or wine. Choose from up to 32 participating wineries. Knott's Berry Farm is known to younger generations for its Wild West-themed ...

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  11. Crews break open 'the cave' to free North Grand Pre residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    While other parts of the province are finally getting a chance to dig out, some people in the Annapolis Valley are still buried. Grand Pre's Dyke Road - a flat, wide-open way notorious for blowing snow - is down to one slim lane with monster snowbanks perched on either side of a two-kilometre stretch.

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  12. A delicious kosher Israeli red for PassoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Boston.com

    Seth Yaffe knows wine. So when the chief operating officer for The Gallows Group - which includes the South End spots The Gallows and Blackbird Doughnuts - recommends a delicious red that happens to be kosher for Passover, his customers take notice.

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  13. Crossings welcomes four new stores; Columbia Sportswear, Abercrombie & Fitch among themRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Pocono Record

    ... of all ages. Come mid-May, Blue Ridge Winery will enter the tenant mix. The local winemaker will offer customers 11 wine varieties. Abercrombie & Fitch, a popular brand of high-quality, casual apparel and accessories for young men and women, will ...

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  14. Advice for Tiger Woods: Eat Grapes and Tie a Double KnotRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    ... had a total knee replacement, and I had to start over from square one. They tell me it will come around like a fine wine. I started eating grapes to start the progression. It's working! Eat some grapes during your next round. It might be mental, but ...

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

    Yesterday | 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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  16. 2013 Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier Shiraz-ViognierRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Benito's Wine Reviews

    ... grape is harsh, but it's a pairing that works so well and in such a peculiar way. Just a little splash of the white wine and you've got a lovely and different red. Though made in Australia, this Chapoutier collaboration includes his standard Braille ...

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  17. Mining for tourists? A dubious economic savior in AppalachiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hawk Eye

    Mines built this company town. Could vines - the wine grapes growing on a former strip mine in the hills above - help to draw visitors here? Jack and Sandra Looney sure hope so.

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  18. Adam Dunn Burger at III Forks; Bea & Tea Expansion; MoreRead the original story

    Yesterday | Eater

    ... om Honey Butter Fried Chicken , Stephanie Izard and Doug Sohn will be available. [ EaterWire ] UNION STATION- The Rioja Wine & Tapas Festival will be held at May 2 at Union Station. Tickets are $65, buy them here . [EaterWire]

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  19. Vinitaly 2015 Day 3Read the original story

    Wednesday | Bangor Daily News

    Our 3rd day at the largest wine trade show in the world started with a meeting with Cantina dei Colli Ripani from Offida in the Marche. They are part of the Biologico movement which is gaining strength in Italy.

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  20. Arsenic In California Wines: Should Drinkers Be Concerned?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WGBH

    ... laboratory called BeverageGrades. And a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court against a group of wine producers claims two other labs confirmed tests that found arsenic levels in some wines exceeded what is allowed in drinking water. ...

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