Daily Archives: May 9, 2019

How to Drink Sake Like a Pro

If you’ve ever had to order sake and had no idea what you were ordering, we’ll tell you the basics you need to know. What’s the difference between sweet and dry sake, how’s it made, and what should you look out for when you’re buying sake. We’ll taste a few sakes as well and compare the differences. Here’s a full …

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How to Make Wine (and not get DRUNK? Spit Spit spit!)

We’re still in France and learning how to make wine! Ever wondered how a bottle ends up with 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, while another bottle will only have 10% of that same grape variety? That’s the magic of “assemblage”, the step of blending various wines before bottling. For this activity, we’re in Dordogne. More specifically at Then we went to eat …

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Refreshing! | Dana L. Brown

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A Sommelier Compared Cheap Wines And The Winner Was Clear

Sara Lehman is the private sommelier and lifestyle director of 160 Madison, which is a luxury, residential high-rise building in Manhattan. She also owns the wine and travel blog Somm in the City. We gave Sara 11 different low-cost wines to try from big-box stores like Costco, Target, BJ’s, and Trader Joe’s. Watch the video above to see how she ranked bottles …

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Bryce Vine – La La Land ft. YG [Official Lyric Video]

Stream La La Land ft. YG by Bryce Vine now: Directed by Ron Peters Connect with Bryce: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Website: www.brycevine.com Bryce Oh shit you live in the canyon how big is your mansion? Fresh outta school now you workin’ and focused on fashion Pretty girl and you let go Got time but you got goals Hey baby waste …

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DANCE TUTORIAL- How to Wine (Easy to learn steps) | Jenny JC

(Watch in 1080 HD) In this video, you will learn the breakdown and easy step-by-step instruction on “how to wine your waist” or “roll your waistline” and includes warm up and a fun freestyle with the move. Steps start at 1:20. FYI- For the freestyle part had to change the song last minute due to copyright, so excuse the beat …

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Electric Wine Opener

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TALES OF THE TOWN: Part 22

To Abort, or Not to Abort Danny wanted Cindy to get an abortion. He’d been thinking it over for days, ever since she’d told him she was pregnant. The issue of abortion had never been of particular interest to Danny. Sure, he’d followed the national debate all his adult life, but at a distance, and with split thinking. Part of …

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Turning Tables: Miami’s Brad Kilgore Opens New Restaurant; A Second Location for Killen’s Steakhouse in Houston Area (Wine Spectator)

Miami welcomes a new restaurant this month from Brad Kilgore, the chef-owner behind Wine Spectator Award of Excellence winner Alter. Ember will serve classic American fare with a focus on wood-fired cooking, with dishes like grilled lasagna and fire-roasted stone crabs with garlic sauce. Wine director Michael Gonzalez’s opening list features about 100 wines, 15 of which are available by …

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Wine Tasting Video with Simon Woods: Sangiovese From Tuscany & Corsica

Simon Woods digs into three Sangiovese-based wines from tuscany and Corsica (where the grape is known as Nielluccio). For tasting notes and links to producer/retailer websites, go to The wines tasted in this video are: Terra Nostra Nielluccio Corse Rouge 2011, Corsica, France (£7.25 The Wine Society) Poggio del Sasso Sangiovese di Toscana 2011, Italy (£6.95 The Wine Society) Vigneti …

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Impressive Miami Wine Lists (Wine Spectator)

Updated May 9, 2019 On May 10, wine lovers will gather in Miami Beach’s Fontainebleau hotel to taste 244 top-rated wines at Wine Spectator’s Grand Tour. While that’s hard to beat, restaurants throughout the Magic City offer world-class wine experiences year-round. From fine-dining fusion to a casual pizza and pasta concept, these Wine Spectator Restaurant Award–winning eateries showcase stellar wine …

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Château Palmer tests ‘music box’ to help Merlot grow

Château Palmer, in the Margaux appellation, in 2015. Château Palmer is using the ‘music box’ in the second growing season of what is intended to be a three-year trial period, according to the estate’s CEO, Thomas Duroux. He said the experiment is based on a theory and method devised by French physicist and musician Joel Sternheimer in the 1980s. Sternheimer …

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Restaurant Spotlight: Restaurant Halling-Stuene (Wine Spectator)

In Geilo, a town in southern Norway, Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence winner Restaurant Halling-Stuene offers one of the country’s more traditional dining experiences. The cottage-like venue features red wood panels, a stone fireplace and a cozy living room for lounging. Co-owner and chef Frode Aga serves simple preparations of authentic Norwegian and Scandinavian specialties, meaning plenty of …

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7 Chardonnay Wines to Drink All May (Wine Spectator)

Tasting Highlights’ wine reviews are fresh out of the tasting room, offering a sneak peek of our editors’ most recent scores and notes to WineSpectator.com members. The Mâconnais region is in the southern part of Burgundy, where you can find great-quality Chardonnay at a fraction of the price of top sites farther north. The appellations of Pouilly-Fuissé, St.-Véran and the …

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