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  • Argentina mixes olives and wine, keeps travelers happy

    Argentina mixes olives and wine, keeps travelers happy
    MAIPU, Argentina - Ten minutes in the orchard and already my hands felt raw. How do they do this all day without gloves, I wondered, shuffling my feet for a better foothold in Argentina's sandy clay. It was Thursday, the day we'd expected to be tasting...
  • Bloomberg loses the soda battle, not the war

    Bloomberg loses the soda battle, not the war
    The beverage industry is claiming victory after a New York City judge on Monday overturned a ban on super-size sodas and sugary drinks Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg had championed as a way to combat obesity among residents. But the battle is hardly over. Mr....
  • The Great CT Wine Swindle?

    The Great CT Wine Swindle?
    Connecticut is a tough place to grow wine grapes, and state officials are now investigating allegations that a few of our wineries are cheating. The suspicion is that some of Connecticut's 34 licensed wineries are skirting a state law that requires at...
  • Soda Taxes Rejected in Two California Cities

    Soda Taxes Rejected in Two California Cities
    EL MONTE -- Voters sharply rejected sugary-drinks tax measures in two California cities. In El Monte, 76.8% of voters rejected the tax. The measure would have charged a one-cent tax for every ounce of sugary drink sold within the San Gabriel Valley...
  • The all-access sommelier: Alpana Singh

    The all-access sommelier: Alpana Singh
    It's 10 a.m. Do you know where your sommelier is? If she's anything like Alpana Singh, she's already cracked her first bottle—for work, of course. This summer, Singh has been busy tasting more than 1,000 wines to narrow her selection for the 300...
  • Breakfast: An important start to your child's day

    The beginning of a new school year means many challenges for our children, such as: new teachers and learning about new subjects. During this time, it is important that our children can count on a healthy breakfast that includes dairy products to ensure...
  • Midwest drought helping the wine industry

    Midwest drought helping the wine industry
    The Bayou City is no stranger to the effects of a bad drought. Hello, look what happened to Memorial Park! But it's rare to hear how a drought can be a good thing. If you're a wine lover, you're in for a treat. The wine industry is actually benefiting...
  • New York health board approves ban on large sodas

    New York health board approves ban on large sodas
    Highlights: - The proposal is meant to combat obesity and encourage residents to live healthier lifestyles - Critics have assailed the ban as "misguided" and "arbitrary" - New York City spends $4 billion a year on medical care for overweight people,...
  • PASSINGS: Giorgio Baldi, Gene Shefrin, Ty Jurras

    PASSINGS: Giorgio Baldi, Gene Shefrin, Ty Jurras
    GIORGIO BALDI Santa Monica trattoria owner Giorgio Baldi, 66, whose Santa Monica trattoria was a favorite among celebrities such as Warren Beatty, Goldie Hawn and Rihanna, died Monday while on vacation in Mexico, his family said. The cause of death was...
  • Robert Lawrence Balzer dies at 99: L.A. Times wine writer

    Robert Lawrence Balzer dies at 99: L.A. Times wine writer
    Robert Lawrence Balzer, a wine critic and educator who wrote an influential column in The Times for three decades during a career that stretched from the post-Prohibition era through the explosion of the California wine industry he championed, has died....
  • Nathan L. Chroman dies at 83; Beverly Hills lawyer and wine writer

    Nathan L. Chroman dies at 83; Beverly Hills lawyer and wine writer
    Nathan L. Chroman, a Beverly Hills attorney and wine enthusiast who wrote an influential weekly column for the Los Angeles Times during the rise of the California wine industry in the 1970s and '80s, has died. He was 83. Chroman, who contracted polio...