Tag: Wine

Think Pink

Think Pink

Rosé style wines have exploded in popularity as consumers discover their versatility with food pairing. For me, I like it standing alone as well, and on a particularly hot day in New York City—sparkling please! Chandon Rosé, with its refreshing strawberry and plum notes and vibrant pink color, is the perfect sparkling Rosé.  It is […]

| August 10, 2013
The Latest Wines From Fattoria Sardi Giustiniani

The Latest Wines From Fattoria Sardi Giustiniani

Entering any of the three Felice restaurants in New York City immediately transports you to Tuscany. The warm, inviting atmosphere truly reflects the passion and commitment to excellence of brothers Jacopo and Matteo Giustiniani, to share their family’s culinary and wine making skills. We were thrilled to be invited to an exclusive dinner at their […]

| May 14, 2013
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Malbec Glass Introduced By Riedel Glassware

Malbec Glass Introduced By Riedel Glassware

Who knew that when a new wine glass is introduced, it can take up to a year from inception to market? Such is the case with the new Malbec glass from Riedel Glassware. Since there are glasses for many varietals of wine including Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir, Malbec’s time has finally come. Riedel […]

| May 9, 2013
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Just One Glass of Wine!

Just One Glass of Wine!

As a single woman and a passionate cook, I like to experiment with new recipes and cuisines regularly.  I also enjoy that one glass of wine to sip while I am reading, writing, cooking or just contemplating life. Alas, there is always the dilemma of opening a full bottle of wine and having it spoil […]

| May 7, 2013
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Bourgogne Takes New York – First Stop Sushi

Bourgogne Takes New York – First Stop Sushi

On a beautiful sunny day in April, I had the distinct pleasure of participating in a unique journey around New York City, to explore the wines of Bourgogne and some incredible food pairings to accompany them. This brilliant tour, Bourgogne Takes New York, was an all day excursion put together by The Burgundy Wine Board […]

| May 6, 2013
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Wine Dilemma #1 – Uncorked

Wine Dilemma #1 – Uncorked

Every wine lover has pondered the question….What can I do with leftover wine? The natural answer would be to drink it, so how can we protect it to best retain it’s flavor and acidity in order to enjoy it in the next day or two? All wines will be “drinkable “ for at least 24 […]

| April 3, 2013
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Delta’s Taste Wine Like A Master Sommelier: Top Taster for Top Fliers hosted by Master Sommeliers Andrea Robinson and Eric Hemer

Delta’s Taste Wine Like A Master Sommelier: Top Taster for Top Fliers hosted by Master Sommeliers Andrea Robinson and Eric Hemer

As wine lovers and writers we have a lot of opportunities to taste all different types of wine from all over the world, but since we are not formally trained, we are always looking for opportunities to enhance our tasting skills. We were recently invited to attend a fantastic class at the South Beach Wine […]

| March 25, 2013
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Casa D’Angelo, Italian Perfection in South Florida

Casa D’Angelo, Italian Perfection in South Florida

Traditional southern Italian food can be one of the most satisfying dining experiences, especially when the venue, the quality of ingredients and the service all align. My favorite Tuscan style restaurant in South Florida, Casa D’Angelo, provides all three of these with perfect attention to every detail. The restaurant’s décor is clean and modern, yet […]

| March 16, 2013
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Guy Saget Vouvray Marie de Beauregard 2010

Guy Saget Vouvray Marie de Beauregard 2010

The area known as Vouvray, in the Loire Valley of France, is one of the oldest terroirs in the country and is known for its smooth and fruity wines produced from the Chenin Blanc grape. These wines, also known as Vouvray, have a universal appeal and notes of fig, apple, pear and honey, and pair […]

| February 21, 2013
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Michigan’s Baroda Founders Wine Cellar

Michigan’s Baroda Founders Wine Cellar

Nestled in the heart of southwest Michigan, Baroda Founders Wine Cellar is making an impact on this little known wine region. Called the Lake Michigan Shore AVA (American Vinticultural Area), the climate is ideal for growing bountiful harvests. Baroda and fellow Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail wineries are producing high-quality award-winning wines. Baroda’s awards include […]

| February 19, 2013
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