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  • Tasting of the Week: Wally's Napa/Sonoma All-Stars on Sunday

    Tasting of the Week: Wally's Napa/Sonoma All-Stars on Sunday
    Sunday afternoon is reserved for the annual Wally's Napa/Sonoma All-Stars Wine Tasting at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City. This is the chance to taste wines from nearly 150 top California wineries. Most have their winemakers or...
  • Wine by the glass, done right, can be better than a bottle

    Wine by the glass, done right, can be better than a bottle
    How often do you run into a friend and decide to have a glass of wine together? Depending on where you go, you could get something incredibly delicious and surprising, or something uninspiring — or mediocre and overpriced. It's no secret that...
  • Six wines to pick up for dinner at Albertsons

    Six wines to pick up for dinner at Albertsons
    Short on time and grabbing a bottle of wine at the supermarket is your only option?  Finding an interesting bottle can be tough, but there are some tucked in with the ordinary. Supermarkets deal in wines as beverage — predictable, mostly the entry...
  • Food, wine fans rejoice

    Even the rain wasn't enough to keep a crowd of foodies away from Boca Bacchanal's first tasting party in a hangar at the Boca Raton Airport. An unexpected storm blew through just as the Bacchanalia was getting under way, but organizers were prepared....
  • United Airlines to upgrade food for coach fliers on overseas flights

    United Airlines to upgrade food for coach fliers on overseas flights
    United Airlines apparently has decided the way to customers hearts — and wallets — is through their taste buds, as the Chicago-based carrier on Wednesday will announce more food upgrades, including free wine and beer for economy passengers...
  • Tickets going fast for Tinley's Brew/Vine festival

    Tickets going fast for Tinley's Brew/Vine festival
    Craft beers, fine wines, gourmet foods and entertainment are on tap for what is billed as the area's only beer and wine fest. Tinley Park Chamber of Commerce presents the sixth annual Tinley Park Brew & Vine Festival on May 2 at Tinley Park Convention...
  • Wine, etc.: Importers scour the globe for marketable wines

    Wine, etc.: Importers scour the globe for marketable wines
    Shopping for a wine isn't as simple as it used to be. Since the invention of the plane, the selection of wines imported to the United States has continued to grow at a dizzying rate. The limited handful of European wines that we saw on shelves 35...
  • When Austria goes native, the wines win

     When Austria goes native, the wines win
    Second in a two-part look at the wines of Austria: This week, reds. You know a country gets serious about making red wine when it stops growing cabernet sauvignon, the world's most popular and best-selling red. That's what Austria has done. In...
  • 3 Italian white wines to ask for: verdicchio, vernaccia and vermentino

     3 Italian white wines to ask for: verdicchio, vernaccia and vermentino
    Verily, verdicchio, vernaccia and vermentino are the "veni, vidi, vici" of Italian white wine grapes, the Italian Vs of wine. (I could add the grapes verduzzo, verdiso and vespaiolo, but you rarely see them, in this country, as wines.) Verdicchio is...
  • Great wines for $15 and under

     Great wines for $15 and under
    For a St. John, I love Passover each year. I go back to my hometown of Denver and attend a couple of Seder meals at homes of Jewish friends. But the kicker is that they ask me to conduct a tasting of kosher wines during the Haggada, the hours-long...
  • For food of a region, drink wine of the region

     For food of a region, drink wine of the region
    This recipe is what the Poles would call bigos or kapusta (the former thicker than the latter's soupier texture), or what those who live in Alsace, France, would name their famed choucroute garnie — or close enough. (Many more pork cuts in a...