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September 19, 2014

An Evening in the Vineyards

September 19, 2014

Niagara Falls Wine Trip

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ARTICLES

Janet Reyes | July 16, 2014

TV’s Most Prolific Wine Drinkers

Everyone loves to veg out in front of the TV and watch their favorite shows. An even better way to TV binge is with a glass of wine. Some of our favorite TV characters are known to enjoy a glass of wine every now and then while others tend to over indulge but we love – Read More

Michael Simonson | June 16, 2014

A New Jersey Wine Festivals Interview with Wine Icon Randall Grahm

New Jersey Wine Festivals is proud to present our exclusive interview with Randall Grahm, the wine making iconoclast and founder of Bonny Doon Vineyard. Randall made a name for himself in the wine industry by embracing Rhone varietals, earning him the nickname “The Rhone Ranger.” He also separated himself from other wine makers by commissioning – Read More

Michael Simonson | June 4, 2014

Aeon Magazine: Wine is an Elixir, Miracle-Worker, and Shapeshifter

Ross Anderson has written a masterpiece of an article for Aeon Magazine. In the article he discusses the origins of wine on Earth and the role mysticism and religion has played in wine culture. Anderson writes: The origins of viticulture are somewhat mysterious. We find references to wine in our most ancient work of literature, the Epic – Read More

Michael Simonson | May 31, 2014

Wine Folly: With Wine, It’s ok to Judge a Book by it’s Cover

Click on Image to Enlarge.   Wine Folly, the awesome informational wine website, created a really cool article about the correlation between the size and shape of a wine bottle and the wine inside. Here are the categories of wine bottles they list: High Shoulder The most common wine bottle style, popularized by Bordeaux-region wines. Sloping Shoulder Commonly used – Read More

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NEWS

  • The Case of the Vanishing Noodle

    Photo courtesy of Royal Caribbean Now you see it, now you don't. One of the more innovative dishes at this year's FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen came from an unexpected source – a cruise line. Royal Caribbean's "vanishing noodles," by all appearances, is a luscious twist of udon noodles, ready to wrap around your fork. The surprise comes when a savory hot chicken broth is poured over them. The noodles dissolve among an array of delicacies including Neuske bacon, sous vide ...