Tag Archives: Chardonnay

Tim Vidra

Peas Pasta and Eggs — Lot18

Resembling a carbonara, this pasta dish is quite simple to make and utilizes fresh peas, an early spring favorite. I like this deconstructed version of carbonara since it allows you to skip making a sauce, and instead you top the pasta… [Read more…]

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Every once in awhile, we get emails and calls from customers who have basic wine questions. What’s the best kind of corkscrew? How is Champagne different from Cava or Prosecco? Was Carlo Rossi a real guy? (Yes, but his name… [Read more…]

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Tim Vidra

Simple Spring Peas in a Chardonnay Cream Sauce - Lot18

Bucatini is a perfect pasta to hold this creamy sauce that includes an oaky Chardonnay similar to the Ankida Ridge I used from the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Central Virginia. Any leftover wine can also be served with… [Read more…]

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Late last week, Lot18’s Susana Arce and Kate Robertson brought four wines to a $15 million Manhattan midtown penthouse, and poured them for the potential future homeowners gathered for the filming of the season finale of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing…. [Read more…]

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Eric Arnold

The view from the rooftop.

Last weekend, we were invited to a party on a friend’s rooftop on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. On the way there, my wife and I grabbed a $35 grower Champagne at the wine shop, as the hosts were celebrating both… [Read more…]

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