Vintage Wines

Caroline Styne’s Canned Wine Selections

[ad_1] Caroline Styne is co-owner and wine director of the Lucca restaurant group and wine director of Hollywood Bowl Food & Wine. “There are definitely wines that you wouldn’t want, like good Bordeaux, Cabernet Sauvignon, some Italian red wines, vintage Champagnes and Burgundy,” says Caroline Styne. “These top-of-the-range wines have …

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Vintage Wine Estates joins ind

[ad_1] SANTA ROSA, California, September 17, 2021 SANTA ROSA, California, September 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – For the first time, more than 40 leaders in wine production and marketing around the world have joined forces to accelerate action as sustainability challenges escalate. The new Sustainable Wine Roundtable (SWR) is …

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Sadie Family Wines Old Vine Series 2020

[ad_1] The high regard rightly accorded to the wines of the Sadie family on almost all sides makes it difficult to impartially evaluate the wines from this winery, but is a problem nonetheless. The 2020 vintage of the Old Vine Series has been available for some time now and it …

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How to spend 24 splendid hours in South Park

[ad_1] Enjoy a weekend adventure in one of San Diego’s charming urban neighborhoods that’s home to over 70 small businesses, great views, great times, and great food. Despite being over 100 years old, the tree-lined neighborhood of South Park is cool and hip, with vibrant street art. Spend the day …

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Exploring San Diego: Labor Day Weekend

[ad_1] SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – It’s Labor Day weekend, San Diego! Celebrate a once-in-a-lifetime theatrical experience before it changes forever as the world’s oldest film projector is decommissioned at the Fleet Science Center. Vintage lovers, retro rebels and flea market fans, get ready because the vintage San Diego flea market …

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This is why Sonoma County is best visited in the fall

[ad_1] The fall season marks the start of the harvest season in the Sonoma wine country, and it’s one of the most exciting times to visit. Bike rides with views of the fiery fall foliage, grape-stomping competitions, an accordion festival, and learning about winemaking are all reasons to visit Sonoma …

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Vino Vargas launches the 2021 harvest

[ad_1] Beginning of the sparkling grape harvest – Sparkling wine producer Vino Vargas launched the 2021 harvest season with a morning picking of its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. The harvest began in the first light of day and in crisp 55-degree weather with a touch of morning coastal fog. …

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Great reds for full summer | Wine

[ad_1] FEvery now and then I realize that I have overlooked the red wine lovers among you. Those who frankly don’t care if it’s midsummer and prefer to drink big, huge reds than slightly chilled wines (which they consider weed). And who like a good dense, rich chocolate cake, and …

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W. & J. Graham’s unveils a new look for Six Grapes

Publicity Leading Port House Unveils Confident, Contemporary New Look For Its Iconic Reserve Port SAN FRANCISCO, California, June 30, 2021 – The house of Porto leader W. & J. Graham’s has redesigned the packaging of its Port Reserve of Six Raisins with a contemporary look inspired by the famous history …

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Heat the burning problem for Oregon winemakers

A heat wave could cause problems for growers and growers in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday June 29, 2021 How does Pinot Noir behave at temperatures of 116 degrees (47 Celsius)? We will find out. The Willamette Valley, Oregon, had its …

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Antihistamines May Block All of the Benefits of Exercise

[ad_1] By Tom Walker Apr 28, 2021 Many People Take Antihistamines Before Exercising Outdoors / Shutterstock / Maridav Taking antihistamines before exercise can prevent the body from fully benefiting from exercise. That’s the conclusion of a new study, which found that antihistamines reduce normal increases in blood flow to muscles …

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Olam launches specialty cocoa business

[ad_1] Olam International on January 19 launched Twenty Degrees, a cocoa company that sources cocoa beans from 10 regions that have distinctive flavors and sensory profiles. Olam Cocoa, which is part of the Olam Food Ingredients segment of Olam International, based in Singapore, will support Twenty Degrees. Twenty Degrees will …

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