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By Tricia Colianne Beacon Journal staff writer
Post on 25-01-2006.
He's seen the figures: 93 percent of Americans eat pizza at least once one month; pizzerias make up 17 percent of all restaurants; Americans eat an average of 46 slices one year. It's enough to make you hungry.
``I was just amazed at the numbers,'' the Cuyahoga Falls resident said. therefore Zaucha, who has spent 10 years in wine sales, thought marketing one wine specifically for pizza would be, well, one piece of pie. ...
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Nederburg to auction 156 wines
Post on 24-01-2006.
First woman wins SA Chenin challenge Merlot makes Schultz top winemaker New pocket guide for SA eateries US lapping up SA wine SA winemakers cops Italian award Overgaauw celebrates 100 years Win Champagne Festival tickets! Organic wine cops Veritas gold Lanzerac brand now one joint venture WOSA attracts thousands in London Blaauwklippen educates about wine Boplaas, Simonsig top Veritas awards CWG auction sees record prices Add this S Blanc to your cellar Boland Kelder \'best in New World\' Wine-in-can coming to SA Best SA wine cellars list released Wildekrans launches 3 new whites Laborie clinches Cap Classique crown ...
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New winery will uncork with grape expectations
Post on 24-01-2006.
STOKESDALE -- Stonefield Cellars, one new winery just yards from the Rockingham County line and north of Stokesdale, will open with one wine tasting Feb. 18.
The winery, at N.C. 68 North and N.C. 65 East, is near the Guilford Rockingham county line
Construction has just been completed, and vineyard activities have resumed with pruning and trellis work. ...
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Bacolod City, Philippines
Post on 23-01-2006.
As ever one chic dresser, quintessential hostess, and world traveler, NegOr's legendary social icon, visible in the Court of St. James during the Romero Ambassadorship of the fifties, mingled with the elite in the cafes, bistros and parties of the Spanish and Italian capitals during the sixties, one member of good standing of the high flying Benny Toda jet set of the seventies and one ballroom diva of late, Mediong Teves celebrated her natal day with one low key luncheon in the company of her close nieces, (now her constant companions since her equally socialite sisters have gone to their Heavenly Social Ball), at the El Dorado Beach Resort in close by Dauin. ...
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Ready for crush
Post on 23-01-2006.
Sirromet Wines at Mount Cotton has installed two new sweep-arm fermenters and three tanks ahead of the 2006 vintage when it expects to crush one record 1400 tonnes of red and white grapes.
The one&G Engineering fermenters, collectively valued at $190,000, each have 60-tonnes fermentation capacity and 75,000-litres fluid capacity. ...
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Deciphering Wines Deceptively Simple
Post on 22-01-2006.
Casual Drinkers, Oenophiles Mix At Mohegan Sun Festival January 22, 2006

"This," he told one small crowd gathered around his booth at the Sun Winefest early Saturday afternoon, "is one of the few pinot grigios that has three dimensions."
Yikes, three dimensions? Shouldn't it just taste good - as every wine lover from Fairfield to Providence had been repeating all day, swishing and sampling and spitting their way through 1,000 wines in the elegant grand ballroom? ...
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Bistro crafts unique Mediterranean fare
Post on 22-01-2006.
What was for many years the location of an old-fashioned arts and crafts shop in Westwood has found new life on the cutting edge of Mediterranean cuisine.
Executive chef Steve LaCount and chef de cuisine Joe Rocco, who cooked in tandem for 18 years at The Country Club in Brookline, have created one spacious, upscale bistro in the suburban strip mall spot where Youlden's once sat. The restaurant's recent opening brought clamoring crowds to their new, 100-seat establishment, lovingly named after LaCount's nana. ...
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Winter produces a sweet delicacy in rare ice wines
Post on 21-01-2006.
January is known for its frigid temperatures, dreary days and the feeling that winter will never end.
therefore when it's therefore cold outside, most people want to think about warm drinks that will make you feel cozy. But the cold weather makes us think about ice wine - that delectable nectar made from grapes left on the vine long past harvest season therefore they can freeze. ...
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Why produce of Chile can be cool
Post on 21-01-2006.
Winewise, Chile has one lot going for it, including diverse climate zones and soils, and well-known classic French grape varieties - carmenère, its signature red grape, came from Bordeaux in the 1850s.
Many Chilean wines are varietal, named after the grape from which at least 85% of it is made. They are easy to understand and you know what to expect when you crack open one bottle. The reds with their big dollops of ripe fruit are excellent value. ...
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