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  • Veneto awash in prestigious wines

    Veneto awash in prestigious wines
    Veneto, land of the V's. This region in Italy's northeast — of the 20 regions that make up the country, its most prolific winemaker — has a lock on the 22nd letter of the alphabet, beginning with the beginning of its own name. A third of...
  • Napa Valley plans four-day event to raise funds for quake victims

    How can you help Napa Valley recover from the recent earthquake? Come out and play. That's the message from chefs, winemakers, vineyards and business owners in California's wine country who have banded together to organize food and wine events and other...
  • Last Syrian vineyard keeps wine flowing despite war

    BEIRUT (Reuters) - Amid the war in Syria, one hillside vineyard still produces wines that are served in the Michelin-starred restaurants of London and Paris. It has been a struggle to keep Syria's last commercial vineyard open, the owner of Domaine de...
  • Epcot chefs set global buffet of eclectic tastes for Food and Wine Fest

    Epcot chefs set global buffet of eclectic tastes for Food and Wine Fest
    It's a recipe of epic proportions: 25 nations, 1.5 million tapas-size food samplings, 300,000 wine pours, 360,000 beer servings and 100,000 dessert portions. And that's just the basic fare at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival at Walt Disney...
  • READER SUBMITTED: 4th Annual LVVS Wine Tasting & Auction

    Literacy Volunteers Valley Shore's 4th Annual Wine & Beer Tasting and Silent Auction on Oct. 2, will be held at the Saybrook Point Pavilion, 150 College St. Old Saybrook, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Join us for great food, raffle prizes and live music by The...
  • Traveling the Wine Trail is tasty, entertaining

    Traveling the Wine Trail is tasty, entertaining
    There's nothing quite like jumping into a barrel and crushing virgin grapes to pulp while a crowd cheers you on. As one member of a four-person media team that accomplished this feat with its feet Sunday at the Allentown Fair, crushing a team of...
  • Tools of James Suckling's trade: black briefcase, 4 glasses, $8,500

    Tools of James Suckling's trade: black briefcase, 4 glasses, $8,500
    Picture yourself, wine aficionado, carrying this sleek, hand-crafted leather briefcase from Salvatore Ferragamo outfitted with Lalique crystal wineglasses. Nice.  Wine critic James Suckling of JamesSuckling.com (and before that, Wine Spectator’s...
  • Orphan wines worth recommending

    Orphan wines worth recommending
    About once a year I round up my orphans and give them room on this page. They're the wines that my tasting pals and I have sampled and liked, but that don't fit into any larger theme or subject that I might be writing on. It's a loss for you if I can'...
  • 10 things you might not know about wine

    10 things you might not know about wine
    Last Sunday, a front-page Tribune story examined the friendship of Democratic Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner and included a photo of them each carrying a bottle of wine during a 2010 outing in Montana. The wine held by...
  • Earthquake leaves Napa wine industry quietly tallying the damage

    Earthquake leaves Napa wine industry quietly tallying the damage
    Oak barrels cracked open and a river of red gushed out. Before long, hundreds of thousands of dollars of wine had coated the concrete floor of Napa Barrel Care, a warehouse near downtown where 40 wineries share storage space. About an hour later and a...
  • Wine Market Bistro, 10 years in, still shines

    Wine Market Bistro, 10 years in, still shines
    We love a good anniversary. Baltimore is about to host a huge, weeklong celebration for the 200th anniversary of "The Star-Spangled Banner." Unless they're traveling by frigate, everybody and his brother is going to be passing through Locust Point on...