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Americans say "Bottoms up" when they hoist a few. The French toast is "A votre Sante." When Italians raise a glass they say "Salute" or "Cin Cin," their version of a Brit's "Cheers." In India it is "Tulleho," a combination the Raj "Talley Ho" and the...
Los Angeles TimesHow did Jeff Morgan morph from a nice Jewish boy from New York into a sax player and bandleader in sequined tuxedo, then into one of the leading wine journalists in the United States, and finally into a kosher wine maker in the Napa Valley? And one who...
Traditionally, working folk dreamed of retiring to California to grow citrus, or more recently wine grapes, but these days the second career crop of choice appears to be artisanal olive oil. Fresh, local oil is all the rage; universities and industry...
Folks who can't find something to do in Laguna, or a group with which to do it, aren't paying attention. The Laguna Beach Sister Cities Assn. hosted a reception April 5 to celebrate its new sister city, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. --------------------...
Lettuce Entertain You restaurant group and Jeff Mahin, the chef behind Stella Rossa Pizza Bar in Santa Monica and Do-Rite Donuts in Chicago, plan to open Stella Barra in Hollywood. Located in the former BoHo space in the ArcLight Cinemas complex on Sunset...
That bottle of Bordeaux you put aside may become even rarer in the next few decades as climate change could reduce wine grape production in traditional parts of the world and move it elsewhere, researchers say. Danish Cabernet, anyone? Wine grape...
Tags: Weather, Viniculture, Global Change, Wines, Environmental Issues
For two years, Neal Newsom, a well-regarded West Texas grower, stubbornly put off entreaties from a would-be Dallas winemaker in his 20s to gamble on tempranillo. It was the late 1990s and Newsom had never heard of Dan Gatlin, nor did he like what the...
With four vineyards conveniently located in practically each corner of Harford County, you don’t have to travel all the way to Sonoma to sip award-winning wines, experience scenic vistas and learn all about the winemaking process. In 2010, Harford...
FARGO, N.D. - It's now called the North Dakota Grape and Wine Association, and the state's growers and vintners are again working toward a direct-to-retail marketing agenda in the North Dakota State Legislature. House Bill 1077 passed in the House...
The red grape syrah turns out wine that is a light shade of black and so exotically perfumed that it might well snap your head back. In France, where it has been best appreciated as a wine, and in much of the rest of the world, it goes by the name...
Tags: Blueberries, Wines, Black Pepper, Bacon, Gramercy
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