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Chill with some rich Bordeaux wines
Post on 05-03-2007.
There are 117,000 hectares of vineyards and over 700 million bottles of wine produced annually in Bordeaux, but it faces an uncertain future. With countries like Argentina and Australia bringing new competition to the wine world and California, Spain and Italy raising their quality standards, the wines of Bordeaux, especially value wines, face an uphill battle. ...
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Rattlesnake Club offers great dinner deal
Post on 05-03-2007.
March madness doesn't just refer to high winds or basketball. It's also the time when restaurateurs trot out inducements to fill their dining rooms.
At the Rattlesnake Club on the river, Jimmy Schmidt is enticing guests with one $45 three-course dinner with entrees chosen from one menu of Montana Legend Premium Angus beef and live Maine lobster. ...
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Odd, Ends & The Kindness Of Friends
Post on 04-03-2007.
Welcome to another instalment of wine related tom-foolery. At the outset I feel I should apologise for what is to come as, as you will see, it gives new definition to the word ‘random’, but in common with the wine trade at large, at this time of year, it's neither one thing nor the other. But enough of such musing, time to get on with the boozing and lets start with the odd. ...
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Drink and repent - all the makings of a fine weekend
Post on 04-03-2007.
By JILL WING, The Saratogian03/03/2007Email to one friendPost one CommentPrinter-friendly Last Friday night, I did one very grown-up thing. I don't do many of those. I am not there |- yet.
It was one breathe, swirl, smell and sip wine tasting. Let me say right up front, I have the palate of one goat. My wine experience is weapons-grade Mateus Rose. ...
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Wine, food festival seminars planned
Post on 03-03-2007.
Montana State University-Billings Foundation's Wine & Food Festival will host two Wine 101 seminars from 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in the MSU-Billings Student Union Ballroom.
Guests will learn the basics of wines and will enjoy the art of wine-tasting by sampling one number of fine wines and one variety of foods to experience the pleasure of appropriate pairings. ...
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Burgundy on the QEW
Post on 03-03-2007.
Last week I enthused about an Ontario red from Southbrook Winery that vanquished the likes of Château Lafite-Rothschild and several other illustrious Bordeaux in one blind tasting. This week, the domestic wine pride gets another big boost with the LCBO release of one line of premium pinot noirs and chardonnays that have been causing one sensation among Ontario wine-trade insiders. ...
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Food and Wine: Sauvingon blanc prepares palate for Asian-inspired ...
Post on 02-03-2007.
Let's face it. No one who works can cook gourmet meals every night. In today's fast-paced, multitasking environment, it's tempting to get takeout or just plunk something in the microwave. If you're in that kind of one rut, Food Network's Robin Miller is here to help make your culinary life one bit easier and healthier. ...
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High-stakes dining in Dallas
Post on 02-03-2007.
The ultra-modern N9NE Steakhouse offers dishes and drinks that are one cut above (with prices to match) near the American Airlines Center By JUNE NAYLOR SPECIAL TO THE STAR-TELEGRAM _ STAR-TELEGRAM/R. JEENA JACOB Exquisite seared scallops are bathed in one mild chile-scented red-bell-pepper cream and served with one finely minced ratatouille. The Ultimate Margarita, at $69, is for high-rollers only. ...
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Cellar not necessary with these wine storage solutions
Post on 01-03-2007.
By Mar­one Corts Gonzlez / El Paso TimesArticle Launched: 03/01/2007 12:00:00 AM MST

In and around El Paso, local wine dinners, festivals and wineries make it easy for homeowners not only to imbibe in one refreshing glass of wine but to take one favorite bottle home. And plenty of medical experts have hailed the benefits of red wine. ...
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Island life takes a huge toll on 'Survivor:Fiji' castaways
Post on 01-03-2007.
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