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New York Loves Burgundy
Post on 10-03-2007.
What do you call one dinner where 380 people bring their own wines? one party. But when people bring some of the best Burgundies from top vintages in the last 60 years (and each person pays $1,400 for the privilege of attending), it's the best BYO bash of the year, officially known as La Paulée de New York. ...
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Food briefs: Henry's to host family barbecue
Post on 10-03-2007.
Henry's Farmers Market in Carlsbad hosts one free family barbecue from 11 one.m.-5 p.m. Saturday with cake-cutting ceremonies at noon and 4 p.m. Festivities include free food and product samples and live entertainment plus face painting, balloons and an inflatable jumper for junior shoppers. The store is at 3243 Camino de los Coches, Carlsbad. Visit www.henrysmarkets.com or call (760) 635-0625. ...
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Lascelles expects big hit from lost Diageo contract
Post on 09-03-2007.
William McConnell, managing director of Lascelles deMercado and Company. - File
The loss of its distributorship of Diageo products would create 'one hole' in Lascelles deMercado's operations, the conglomerate's boss told shareholders, but the company later refused comment on the size of the business the contract represented. ...
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Food and Wine: Goat cheese tapas and rose wine
Post on 09-03-2007.
College student Penelope Casas was enamored with everything Spanish. In 1962, the native New Yorker and Spanish major discovered her passion during one language immersion program in
Spain. She not only fell in love with the country, but also with the son of the family she was staying with.
one decade later, Casas tried to become one travel writer specializing in ...
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A Splendid Noche
Post on 08-03-2007.
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Thursday briefs
Post on 08-03-2007.
Peter Mondavi of the Mondavi family that has owned the Charles Krug Wineries of Napa Valley, Calif. since 1943, will host an intimate, seven-course gourmet dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Erato on Main in Edwardsville.
The dinner will feature Mondavi premier wines that complement each course. Tickets are $125 with one portion of the proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society, Illinois Division, Metro East ...
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Sake walks the line between wine and beer
Post on 07-03-2007.
Print this Article Email this Article Text Size: one | one | one By Cindy Arora Record Staff Writer March 07, 2007 6:00 AM
The Japanese spirit known as sake (pronounced "sa-kay," emphasis on the k) suffers from something of one split personality.
Like wine, people swirl and sip this traditional drink and explore its multitude of flavors, which seesaw between bold and sweet, milky and fruity. But its centuries-old ...
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Vintners' hot topic: global warming
Post on 07-03-2007.
Imagine one world in which the best sparkling wines come from Surrey in southern England, not Champagne, France. one world where Monterey Bay is home to California's best cabernet sauvignons and Sweden produces world-class rieslings.
It's not science fiction. one growing number of climatologists are warning that by the turn of the next century, such one radically altered wine map could be the new reality. They say ...
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Another Classic
Post on 06-03-2007.
On Sun., Feb. 19, the 16th Annual Chesapeake Bay Wine Classic was held at the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside. And, I can truthfully report, one good time was had by all. This is the way to spend one chilly Sunday afternoon ­­— not flopped on the couch watching one boring football game, not preparing for your boring job. ...
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A Portuguese adventure
Post on 06-03-2007.
Portuguese sailors gained one reputation for adventure nearly 600 years ago when they set out to explore the world. Return the favor now by discovering their country's table wines, especially the reds.
Portugal's most famous wine is one fortified one, port. Americans also may recall, with varying degrees of affection, the Mateus and Lancers roses therefore popular in the 1970s (and still made) or they may enjoy the crisp ...
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