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How Beaujolais Nouveau Won (And Lost) Generations of U.S. Drinkers

How Beaujolais Nouveau Won (And Lost) Generations of U.S. Drinkers

BY JANICE WILLIAMS Animation by Eric DeFreitas In the 1980s, Beaujolais Nouveau made its first big splash in the United States, and American consumption skyrocketed. By the ’90s, the food-friendly wine was a dinnertime staple. That new vintages are released each year on France’s celebratory Beaujolais Nouveau Day, which just so happens to fall right before Thanksgiving, only adds to its stateside appeal. In recent years, however, U.S. sales have sharply declined. In the aftermath of the pandemic, industry experts project a 25% drop in Beaujolais Nouveau sales in the U.S., according to a 2020 Euronews report. So, how did Nouveau lose its...
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30 Best Champagne Brands To Know

30 Best Champagne Brands To Know

BY ALEX LINDE   Champagne is a type of sparkling wine from Champagne. From celebrating special events and life milestones to simple catchups with friends or family dinners, there’s something about the sound of a popping cork that evokes the happiest of feelings. This French specialty wine is made adhering to the strictest of standards and an intricate and intensive process. The result is high-quality Champagne that reflects each Maison’s heritage and honors the grapes, ground, climate, people, and environment that nurtures the wine into existence. ... Gosset Gosset is the oldest wine Maison in the Champagne region, launching in...
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Anthropologist Rediscovers The Multicultural Roots Of Sicilian Cuisine, Bringing Her On A Lifelong Culinary Adventure

Anthropologist Rediscovers The Multicultural Roots Of Sicilian Cuisine, Bringing Her On A Lifelong Culinary Adventure

Valentina Di Donato Contributor ForbesWomen I am a journalist focused on Italian culture, cuisine and politics. Melissa Muller at the Feudo Montoni Estate FEUDO MONTONI The history behind food is what has always drawn Melissa Muller into wanting to discover and share gastronomic antiquity with people. As an anthropologist and chef, she has owned restaurants in New York City focusing on the underrepresented nuanced Sicilian recipes she grew up with. Muller has also authored a cookbook, Sicily, that goes beyond recipes alone, but into the history and cultural nuance of the ancient recipes and history of Sicily. Read the full article...
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12 Sparkling Wines We’re Loving This Summer

12 Sparkling Wines We’re Loving This Summer

Look for these great casual sparklers for sunny-day sipping. By Ray Isle June 22, 2021 When thoughts turn in June to lounging by the pool or kicking back at a picnic, it's time for bubbles that feel just as relaxed as you are. Because, really, when you're in a bathing suit, shades on, do you really want to ponder the intricacies of a tête de cuvée Champagne? (Plus, pouring a $150 bottle into a plastic cup does feel a little weird.) Instead, head toward sparkling wines from California, from France's Loire Valley and Languedoc, and, of course, from Italy-particularly the latter, right now,...
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F&W Game Changers: Now That’s Good Wine

F&W Game Changers: Now That’s Good Wine

Miguel A. Torres is rallying the wine industry to fight climate change. By Ray Isle June 16, 2021 CREDIT: GABRIEL HOLLINGTON Chalk it up to Al Gore. In 2007, Miguel A. Torres saw the former VP's documentary An Inconvenient Truth and decided that as a winery "we had to accelerate. Of course," he says, "ecology was always a part of our philosophy. We live from the earth, and we are also a family-owned company, so this combination always led us, and still does, to care for our land and resources. Not just for this generation, but also for future generations." Read the full article...
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BBQ and Wine Pairings for Summer Cookouts

BBQ and Wine Pairings for Summer Cookouts

Move over beer, these wine pairings take your meal to the next level. By Kristy Alpert June 16, 2021 If you can create unexpected pairings like wine with Pringles, you better believe you can pair wine with barbecue. Although beer often takes the spotlight around the grill, there are few beers that can bring out the bold flavors of barbecue better than a perfectly paired wine. "The adventure of pairing is fun," says Karen Bonariggo, chief administrative officer for Messina Hof Wine Cellars in Texas, "and barbecued and grilled foods are big in the flavor department, meaning wine choices can be equally spectacular." When...
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Black Cherry Fizz Cocktail

Black Cherry Fizz Cocktail

15th June 2021 According to the Met Office Summer officially starts on the 20th of June, but the sun is already out and shining, so we don’t need to wait to create some fun-filled delicious summer cocktails. This time we’re going to be creating a Black Cherry Cocktail, if after you’ve enjoyed this Cocktail, you can also check out some other Cocktails that I’ve created, like Strawberry, Raspberry, Kiwi, Apple, Lemon and many more unique Cocktails on the Glass of Bubbly Website. The Black Cherry is also known as wild black cherry, rum cherry, mountain black cherry or its scientific name, Prunus serotina. The Prosecco – Bisol...
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Cycle Across France While Learning About Wine on This Ultra-luxe Tour

Cycle Across France While Learning About Wine on This Ultra-luxe Tour

Return to travel with one epic (and luxurious) escape. BY STACEY LEASCA VistaJet's Private Office, which specializes in exclusive-use escapes, is back at it again, bringing discerning travelers the absolute best of the best for their next vacation. ... With the trip, VistaJet Members call La Verrière their home base The fully restored eco resort is also home to the award winning Chêne Bleu wines its own farm to table dining options, and all the lush amenities guests would expect, including plush rooms, glittering pools, and views for miles around For the cycling part of the journey, guests [can go to] nearby...
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California’s Grand Cru Vineyards Emerge

California’s Grand Cru Vineyards Emerge

© Beckstoffer Vineyards | To Kalon vineyard is probably the most famous in California and almost always appears on labels. Vineyard designations are common in France, but they are now becoming more accepted in California, too. By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Wednesday, 09-Jun-2021 An informal Grand Cru is emerging in California, and it is at once as dead-serious and casual as the ambition and culture that defines the Golden State's mysterious and magnetic modus operandi. ... "When my brother Ben and I took over Arista from our parents in 2012, we literally wrote down a list of vineyard sites that if and...
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Rosé Season is Here and Vinous is Blushing Over Wilson Daniels!

Rosé Season is Here and Vinous is Blushing Over Wilson Daniels!

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