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  • Goosefoot Food & Wine now open

    Goosefoot Food & Wine now open
    Goosefoot, one of Chicago's most highly praised fine-dining BYOB restaurants, has made it a little easier to get the perfect wines for Chris Nugent's multi-course dinners. Goosefoot Food & Wine (2654 W. Lawrence Ave., 773-942-7522), a retail shop...
  • Paso Harvest, Sweet & Savory Spectacular and Argentina Wine Tasting on the way

    Paso Harvest, Sweet & Savory Spectacular and Argentina Wine Tasting on the way
    There's never a dull moment on the SoCal food and wine scene. Here are three events coming up this week. We’ve been celebrating the harvest since August. The bounty continues with the Central Coast's annual Paso Harvest Wine Weekend this weekend....
  • Weathered Vineyards makes a splash in Weisenberg

    Weathered Vineyards makes a splash in Weisenberg
    When it comes to the country's great wine-making regions, one naturally thinks of Napa Valley in California, the Finger Lakes in New York and the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania. OK, that last one may be a stretch, but it may not be in the next several...
  • Travinia Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar opens in Newport News City Center

    Travinia Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar opens in Newport News City Center
    Travinia Italian Kitchen and Wine Bar opened this past week in the Paragon movie theater complex in Newport News City Center. The 13th restaurant for the Greenville, S.C.-based chain serves contemporary Italian food for lunch and dinner in a 240-seat...
  • Loire: Epicenter of white wines in France

    Loire: Epicenter of white wines in France
    This month and next, I profile the wines made along the two great wine rivers of France, the Loire and the Rhone. Near Lyon, the two rivers pass within 30 miles of each other, flowing in opposite directions, the Loire to the north and the Rhone to the...
  • Sherry makes a comeback after a drought of interest

    Sherry makes a comeback after a drought of interest
    For years, sherry has been best known in the U.S. as a sticky sweet symbol of supposed elegance — the kind of thing a clueless bed-and-breakfast proprietor might leave in your room to let you know you were staying at a classy place. That, at least,...
  • The Valley Line: Annual wine, food tasting event attracts hundreds

    The Valley Line: Annual wine, food tasting event attracts hundreds
    It was a spectacular autumn afternoon on Sunday, when more than 800 people came to Memorial Park to sip fine wines and sample gourmet foods at the 12th annual Wine and Gourmet Food Tasting and premium wine auction event. The gathering was sponsored by the...
  • Everyone's doing it: Modern winemaking from Albuquerque to Zupa

    Everyone's doing it: Modern winemaking from Albuquerque to Zupa
    The world makes most of its wine from grapes grown in a band of vineyards that necklace the globe, in either hemisphere, between the 50th and 30th degrees latitude. Fruit crops cannot grow reliably above or below those marks. Not much reason to build a...
  • Enjoy your wine for its looks as well as its taste!

    Wine appreciation has skyrocketed in recent years -- along with the prestige of U.S. winemakers. Many American vintages, produced from California to New York, have also developed a high level of sophistication. And, as more and more homeowners grow...
  • Wine Find | Marques de Caceres Rioja Reserva

    Wine Find | Marques de Caceres Rioja Reserva
    2008 Marques de Caceres Rioja Reserva From: Rioja, Spain Price: $20 Serve with: Fine cuts of beef, lamb Finding a well-aged, high-quality red at a reasonable price isn't easy, but the world's most reliable source of wines that meet that...
  • Chicago Gourmet Day 1: Perfection

    Chicago Gourmet Day 1: Perfection
    Though the capacity crowd meant long lines at some food pavilions and "sorry, we're full" apologies at a couple of seminars, the first day of Chicago Gourmet (which runs through Sunday) went off without a hitch. Perfect sunny weather, an efficient...