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  • Two Italian wine regions you need to learn

     Two Italian wine regions you need to learn
    Our visitors to the tasting room today are a couple of winemaking regions from Italy's South: Abruzzo and Campania. Abruzzo Halfway up the eastern side of the peninsula, behind the "knee" of the boot, Abruzzo should be well recognized by Americans....
  • TASTE Unlimited: wine tasting and new store

    TASTE Unlimited: wine tasting and new store
    Rose wines are a summer favorite, and Taste Unlimited at Newport News City Center is hosting a tasting on July 11. Participants can try six different roses from different regions. Staff will be preparing a buffet to pair with the wines. Hours are 5:30...
  • Finding wine country in a beer state like Colorado

     Finding wine country in a beer state like Colorado
    It's the breeze, they say, that creates plump grapes and a wine destination in the heart of hops country. Dubbed the "Million Dollar Breeze" by locals, winds waft in over the Grand Mesa, one of the largest flat-topped mountains in the world and a...
  • Newport Beach to party with beer, bands, wine, barbecue, athletes

    A charity event can be a dinner, a walk, an auction or, as Newport Beach is demonstrating this weekend, a rollicking party. The Newport Beach Party, a community celebration running Friday through Sunday at the Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Marina,...
  • MH Fish House features seafood and wine

     MH Fish House features seafood and wine
    Expect three things at the MH Fish House: stunning views, an extensive wine menu and chilled oysters delivered "almost daily." With a wine list that's larger than the seafood menu — and an outdoor view that rivals the clean, understated interior...
  • Wine Etc.: Some pinot grigios to savor this summer

    Wine Etc.: Some pinot grigios to savor this summer
    Pinot grigios are popular because of their abundant fruit flavors and a ripe profile that can include some residual sugar. Often dominated by a peach or apricot character, these wines make refreshing aperitifs and can be matched with grilled chicken,...
  • Wauconda Fest features wine tasting, water fights

     Wauconda Fest features wine tasting, water fights
    In the past few summers, Wauconda Fest added two new attractions: a wine tent and a businessmen water fight. Both are so popular that they're returning this summer, said Nancy Burton, director of parks and recreation for the Wauconda Park District,...
  • Chicago Food + Wine Festival names 30-plus new chefs for August event

    Chicago Food + Wine Festival names 30-plus new chefs for August event
    Get your appetites in gear: More than two dozen Chicago chefs, including Jimmy Bannos Jr., Jessica Oloroso, Jared Wentworth, Christine Cikowski and Joshua Kulp, have been added to the culinary lineup at the first annual Chicago Food + Wine Festival on...
  • How to decipher a wine label

     How to decipher a wine label
    Trumping whatever aesthetic value a wine label may have, its main function is to impart legal information to the consumer. As such, the bottler, winery or winemaker, as well as the legal authority in the country where the wine is sold, have an interest in...
  • Former Glencoe wine shop reopens in downtown Winnetka

    Former Glencoe wine shop reopens in downtown Winnetka
    Theresa Lucas will never forget the bitter-cold January morning when she walked into her then Glencoe-based champagne and wine boutique, Good Grapes and witnessed a disaster. "It was 110 degrees in the shop and a malfunctioning heating issue had...
  • 'Bigger footprint' for this year's Wine Down Wednesday events

    'Bigger footprint' for this year's Wine Down Wednesday events
    When the Wine Down Wednesday events open for the season this year, attendees will have a larger area to mingle and sip. East Dundee Village President Bob Skurla said last year's inaugural season opened with about five hightop tables and some picnic...