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  • Gewurztraminer: A grape like no other

    Gewurztraminer: A grape like no other
    The white wine grape gewurztraminer is a world of its own. No other grape, when made into a wine, can boast that it has perfume and flavor as fierce as gewurztraminer's — of rose petals and orange blossoms, litchi fruit, citrus and bergamot peel,...
  • Italian wines demand food at table

     Italian wines demand food at table
    When you taste Italian wines by themselves, away from food, you may be disappointed. If any theme is shared by such a diverse group of grapes and regions, it is leanness or austerity of style, like a beam of flavor focused, in this case, by acidity....
  • California scores big in the newest Wine Spectator Grand Awards

    California scores big in the newest Wine Spectator Grand Awards
    Practically every high-end restaurant you'll ever go into has an award from Wine Spectator posted prominently on the wall. The venerable wine magazine gives out a lot of them. This year, 3,748 restaurants around the world, representing all 50 states and...
  • Lehigh Valley food events include Easton Farmers Market birthday, Wine on the Mountain

    EASTON FARMERS MARKET CELEBRATION 1 Easton Farmers Market, the oldest, continuously running open-air market, will mark its 262nd birthday celebration with a day of fun, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The celebration will feature free birthday cake at 10 a....
  • Liquor privatization effort kicked?

    With the passage last week of a state budget, Republicans' bid to get Pennsylvania out of the booze business is looking tapped out. Gov. Tom Corbett initially linked the budget to passage of liquor and pension reform, but when liquor reform began looking...
  • Ex-etiquette: Don't try to stop information flow between homes

    Q: How do I stop the flow of information between homes? My stepdaughter, whom I like very much, is constantly telling her mother things that go on in our home. While we do not have anything to hide, it is very frustrating. Sometimes the information gets...
  • And now for Holy Expletive wine: You fill in the blank

    And now for Holy Expletive wine: You fill in the blank
    Great minds sure do think alike. When I recently wrote up Terravant’s new Scratchpad line of wines featuring what they’re calling the world’s first interactive wine label, it wasn’t long before I got a message from Linda...
  • 'Game of Thrones'-inspired Wines of Westeros to launch before Season Five

    'Game of Thrones'-inspired Wines of Westeros to launch before Season Five
    Fans of the HBO series "Game of Thrones" know that needing a strong beverage after watching an episode can be a common sentiment. Everyone's favorite characters keep dying!  A company in Australia called Common Ventures has found a proper way to drown...
  • America leads the world in wine consumption � plus storage tips

    News flash: Americans now drink more wine than any other country in the world. In 2013, wineaux from the U.S. bought 29.1 million hectoliters of wine that's 7.69 million gallons. Those pikers in France, who previously led the world, only managed a...
  • Annual Harvest Dinner Under The Stars Event To Be Held In Glastonbury

    Annual Harvest Dinner Under The Stars Event To Be Held In Glastonbury
    GLASTONBURY — The Connecticut Audubon Center at Glastonbury is hosting its annual "Harvest Dinner Under the Stars." The "celebration of local foods" event will be held on Sept. 12 at Rose's Berry Farm, 295 Matson Hill Rd in South Glastonbury....
  • Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes' Kristopher Soto passes advanced sommelier exam

    Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes'  Kristopher Soto passes advanced sommelier exam
    Kristopher Soto of the Ritz-Carlton Orlando Grande Lakes is among 13 wine experts nationwide who have passed the advanced sommelier exam. Three days of intense testing added the 13 new names to the Court of Master Sommeliers. Three women and 10 men...