Category Archives: Wines

Sharon Shim

You may have the impression that “real” wine aficionados drink wines that are at least 30 years old and cost more than your last paycheck. So does this mean you can keep your bottle of Cabernet in the basement for a… [Read more…]

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Nancy Fann-Im

Earlier this week, Robert Parker, arguably the most powerful wine critic in the world, stepped down as the reviewer of Bordeaux wines for his widely respected publication, The Wine Advocate. I met Parker 15 years ago, when I was an editorial assistant at… [Read more…]

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Sharon Shim

 If Champagne is the wine of the winter holidays, then rosé is the harbinger of spring. As Eater noted recently, rosé season has sprung, and everyone is in search of the delicious pink nectar. Why are we all so rosé… [Read more…]

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Tim Vidra

Valentine's Day Lot18

St. Valentine is creeping up on us. This year Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday, allowing plenty of time over the weekend to prepare an incredible meal to enjoy with your significant other at home. Pick one or two courses, or make a… [Read more…]

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Tim Edison

beef-pho-an-bankstown

The following is a guest post by our friends at Wine Turtle. Learn more here. Phở is a popular soup at noodle shops, Vietnamese restaurants, and on the street in Vietnam and throughout the rest of the world – as… [Read more…]

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