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Red Wine Poached Pears Lot18

  The concept to poaching pears is similar to mulling spiced wine. You’re making a mulled wine of sorts, except you add a peeled pear and cook it at just below the boiling point. The liquids are transformed into a… [Read more…]

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As devoted wine drinkers, we all face the dilemma: You have that rare, special bottle that you want to uncork, but in your heart you know that a glass or two of it might go to waste. If only there… [Read more…]

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As in most offices (we can only assume), we tasted a few wines this afternoon. The theme: Southern Rhône. Side by side, we tasted the 95-point RP 2010 Domaine Grand Veneur Châteauneuf Les Origines, the 2010 Paxton AAA McLaren Vale Shiraz Grenache and… [Read more…]

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We recently invited a few Lot18 members to or New York office to taste Kristen Spelletich’s 2008 SPELLwine Cabernet, with the winemaker answering their questions, live, from the ToutSuite studio in Napa. Watch the clip below, then click here to learn more about… [Read more…]

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We recently invited a few Lot18 members to or New York office to taste Andy Erickson’s Fable, with the winemaker answering their questions, live, from the ToutSuite studio in Napa. Watch the clip below, then click here to learn more… [Read more…]

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