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Two Napa Valley Red Wines: Sampling And Reviews

Or what about Gourmet Trips in Calistoga? Trained with a skilled chef, here you may grab culinary capabilities in as little as five hours or stay for five nights. Just like many products while in the Area, it’s your responsibility. And that you don’t have to remain where you learn. Getting around Napa Area is extremely straightforward, with visit organizations, coaches, trains, and rentals...

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Sonoma could possibly be known because of its wine, nonetheless it even offers a great deal of additional food companies, such as hand made wine and olive oils inspired vinegars. Head for your B.R. Cohn Winery Olive Oils to discover how they utilize traditional strategies (improved to accurate perfection) to create many of these gourmet products. It is located along Sonoma Road, at Glen Allen. Concerning...

7 Things To Know About Côtes de Bourg

7 Things To Know About Côtes de Bourg via Bordeaux Wines | Blog: Image via cotes-de-bourg.com This week, the spring breeze is wafting shades of that distinct ocean air here at Bordeaux Wines HQ. Maybe we’re jumping ahead of ourselves but with warm weather nigh, BBQ’s and Bordeaux are top of mind. With that said, we bring your attention to the North West corners of the Bordeaux...

Bordeaux For Your Easter Lamb!

Bordeaux For Your Easter Lamb! Image via Simply Chic EventsCome April, wine sales in the US see a spike thanks to the one/two punch of Passover and Easter. Why? Both religious holidays are an occasion to celebrate food amongst friends and family.Image via Better Homes & GardensWhether you’re hosting or dining, here’s a pro wine tip: there’s no better wine pairing for your Easter entree...

8 Things to Know About AOC Bordeaux & Bordeaux Superieur

8 Things to Know About AOC Bordeaux & Bordeaux Superieur It’s no surprise that the namesake AOC of the world’s most famous wine region accounts for more than 50% of wines produced in area. AOC Bordeaux and Bordeaux Superieur represents the best in value and range that Bordeaux has to offer, from reds to whites, Rosé and Cremant. Here are 8 things to know about Bordeaux’s most convivial,...

Fourme de Montbrison with Pears [RECIPE]

Fourme de Montbrison with Pears [RECIPE] Fourme de Montbrison with Pears2014-04-01 21:20:11A classic French layered dessert. (Note: If you’re unable to find Montbrison Fourme, it can be replaced with another type of blue cheese, such as Fourme d’Ambert or Roquefort)Block of Fourme de Montbrison (about 10oz) 2 Seckel or Anjou Pears 1 loaf of multigrain bread 1/2 cup of sugar Cut your block...

Need A White Bordeaux Refresh?

Need A White Bordeaux Refresh? A toast to the season’s wines: whites from Bordeaux.Spring beckons with silver-throated birds, heralding the warmer months ahead. Nature’s paintbrush dabs the evening skies with spectacular hues of peach, fuchsia and lavender. Fresh aromas of orange zest figs, pears and baked apples waft through the air… scents and sensations evocative of white wines from Bordeaux.Perhaps...

7 Things To Know About Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux

7 Things To Know About Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux If you’ve ever perused the Bordeaux section of your local wine retailer, you may have noticed a few Bordeaux selections from Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux. The name listed below the vintage year indicates the wine’s appellation or AOC. The AOC (appellation d’origine contrôlée) certification dates back to the early 1400′s and is granted to geographical...

St. Patty’s Day for Winos

St. Patty’s Day for Winos Are you a wino looking to get into the St. Patrick’s Day spirit?Our friends at Vinepair enlisted the services of Alphabet City Beer Company to create a handy chart for Beer and Wine Lovers. One particular beer and wine pairing stood out to us for today’s green holiday: Stout and Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s no surprise that drinkers who prefer rich and earthy flavors...

Eric Asimov’s NYT Wine School Kicks Off With Bordeaux

Eric Asimov’s NYT Wine School Kicks Off With Bordeaux Image via New York TimesThis week, New York Times’ wine critic Eric Asimov launched his latest monthly column for the Grey Lady, Wine School. Though self-explanatory in title, the driving concept of Asimov’s column is to encourage dialogue with his readers through a virtual exercise in drinking and enjoying wine. Per the paper:Wine School,...

9 Things You Need To Know About Pomerol

9 Things You Need To Know About Pomerol If you’ve ever perused the Bordeaux section of your local wine retailer, you may have noticed a few Bordeaux selections from Pomerol. The name listed below the vintage year indicates the wine’s appellation or AOC. The AOC (appellation d’origine contrôlée) certification dates back to the early 1400′s and is granted to geographical regions that adhere...

Open That Bottle Night 2014

Open That Bottle Night 2014 For wine lovers, our favorite time of the year is fast approaching. Founded 15 years ago by former Wall Street Journal wine writers Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher, Open That Bottle Night is a celebration of those special moments that occur amongst friends, family and a glass of wine. From the Wall Street Journal:Whether it’s the only bottle in the house or one bottle...

Sochi Borscht [RECIPE]

Sochi Borscht [RECIPE] Sochi Borscht2014-02-05 18:57:16Serves 6Don’t be turned off by the long prep/cook time of this favorite winter Russian soup. This recipe for Borscht is adapted from The Gourmet Traveller and serves as the perfect meal to help kick off the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. We suggest pairing this soup with a 100% Sauvignon Blanc like our 2012 Saint Glinglin. This herbaceous,...

7 Things You Need To Know About Pessac-Léognan

7 Things You Need To Know About Pessac-Léognan If you’ve ever perused the Bordeaux section of your local wine retailer, you may have noticed wine bottles like the ones labelled above. The name listed below the vintage year indicates the wine’s appellation or AOC. The AOC (appellation d’origine contrôlée) certification dates back to the early 1400′s and is granted to geographical regions...

12 Things You Need To Know About Margaux

12 Things You Need To Know About Margaux If you’ve ever perused the Bordeaux section of your local wine retailer, you may have noticed wine bottles like the ones labelled above. The name listed below the vintage year indicates the wine’s appellation or AOC. The AOC (appellation d’origine contrôlée) certification dates back to the early 1400′s and is granted to geographical regions that...

Hot Pears with Roquefort and Walnuts [RECIPE]

Hot Pears with Roquefort and Walnuts [RECIPE] We recently enlisted two-star Michelin Chef Michel Roux, Jr. to create delicious, savory meals for the winter that pair well with Bordeaux wines.Try his Stuffed Pear recipe below with his Bordeaux wine pairing rec, a sweet white from Cadillac Côtes de Bordeaux.He writes: For this dish I would recommend a Premières Côtes de Bordeaux (from Cadillac)....

10 Wine Rockstars You Need To Follow On Instagram

10 Wine Rockstars You Need To Follow On Instagram Sunday night plays host to the music industry’s penultimate awards show, The Grammys! Whether you’ve planned a blow out watch party or are hearing the words Imagine Dragon for the first time ever, we’ve got a Grammy inspired wine listicle that will tickle your social media funny bone.In no particular order, here are our 10 wine rockstars you...

8 Things to Know About Fronsac

8 Things to Know About Fronsac If you’ve ever perused the Bordeaux section of your local wine retailer, you may have noticed wine bottles like the ones labelled above. The name listed below the vintage year indicates the wine’s appellation or AOC. The AOC (appellation d’origine contrôlée) certification dates back to the early 1400′s and is granted to geographical regions that adhere to...

8 Things to Know About Graves

8 Things to Know About Graves If you’ve ever perused the Bordeaux section of your local wine retailer, you may have noticed wine bottles like the ones labelled above. The name listed below the vintage year indicates the wine’s appellation or AOC. The AOC (appellation d’origine contrôlée) certification dates back to the early 1400′s and is granted to geographical regions that adhere to standards...