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I do enjoy the soft, fruity wine but after a few days, I'm ready for something different...My travel companion, a woman of firm opinions, loves malbec just as much as she detests cabernet sauvignon, and she is enjoying her malbec moment...
This is when you make The Sandwich thick slabs of leftover stuffing bread slathered with mayo, a quarter pound of sliced turkey, a layer of gravy, half an inch of cranberry sauce, a layer of mashed sweet potatoes and you're in hedonistic heaven...The
The Globe and Mail Video Video Multimedia For readers in a tighter snack bracket, I've included other fine, gift-worthy selections...Price is a wholly unreliable indicator of wine quality, if that were not already clear to you. I'm reminded of this
No need to panic, say vintners Comments This picture taken on October 8, 2013 shows people collecting grapes in the Burgundy domain of Vosne-Romanee during the harvest period. Burgundy's 2013 harvest has produced some beautifully balanced wines but
savour every last sip, as researchers say there may be a global shortage looming. AFP In Summary Production capacity has dropped particularly in Europe, where today it is 10 percent lower than in 2005, especially in France, the world's top producer,
With his sixth harvest complete, winemaker Marcus Rafanelli believes he's gaining a greater understanding of Washington grapes. Rafanelli joined William Church Winery in July 2008 after graduating from Walla Walla Community College's winemaking
You've taken out loans for the $30,000 tuitions and bought the $50 backpacks, the $80 textbooks, the cutting-edge fashion that must be worn or your teenager's social life will be ruined. The government is open again, but the shutdown gobbled a chunk
Story Occasionally, though, I like to let the high scores rip...The wines are highlights of just two weeks of sampling recent new releases, not the best of the year by any means. Remarkably, while not cheap, they're not what I'd call offensively
Villa Maria's Reserve Gimblett Gravels Hawks Bay Syrah 2009 was the trophy and double gold winner whilst the Villa Maria Cellar Selection Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013 received gold. New Zealand wine writer Joelle Thomson was a judge at the awards
Bordeaux is the classic pairing for lamb, but that would be true of a simpler Western dish: chops or a roast, for example. This dish of meltingly tender lamb shanks with a fruity North African accompaniment requires something softer and less tannic.