TRAVEL MODE Day 5: Food & Wine Tours
Food and Wine Tours can be customized to "Your Taste." Sorry, I just had to include those play on words in this entry.
Have you ever wondered what is all involved in a Food and/or Wine Tour? Some of... Posted on 12/2/13 at 11:42 AM
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! A day for the girls at the Grand Forks Women's Show
Today's blog is written by local business woman and blogger, Michaela Schell.
Every so often, we ladies get a girls night out, but it is not very often we get an entire day out! Saturday, October 26t... Posted on 10/15/13 at 9:07 AM
GRAND FORKS GOURMET Costumes, Dinner and Wine in Winger, Minnesota!
I've never been to the Depot Cafe & Bakery in Winger, MN, yet but I've been checking out their Facebook updates for a few weeks.
I've been impressed with the quality of the food and baked goods t... Posted on 10/14/13 at 11:57 AM
A panel of experts will judge nearly 300 wines at the University of Minnesota for the fifth annual International Cold Climate Wine Competition. The wine comes from 66 commercial wineries in 12 states and Canada.
When customers walk into Happy Harry’s Bottle Shop, they are welcomed by more than 100 varieties of wine. For a wine connoisseur, it may be paradise, but for those who don’t know the difference between Chardonnay and Cabernet, choosing the right wine for an evening get-together can be daunting.
This is a love story. David Devere and Sara Duke are world travelers from Duluth who fell in love with France after taking a canal boat trip there in 2011. The result is a new business venture, Savvy Nomad Wine Tasting & Tours, which offers wine education and also guided tours in France for a close-up look at where that wine is made.
As experts can testify, super sleuths in the wine business must study the cork, glass, sediment, wrapping, labels and how full a bottle of wine is to ascertain whether it's the real deal. And as two uber-wealthy wine collectors can tell you as they square off in federal court over some questionable bottles, even that sometimes is not enough.
This is a love story. David Devere and Sara Duke are world travelers from Duluth who fell in love with France after taking a canal boat trip there in 2011. On the way, the couple also fell in love with the world of wine.
The International Cold Climate Wine Competition returns to the St. Paul campus of the University of Minnesota on Thursday. A panel of 21 experts will taste and judge more than 325 wines from commercial wineries in 12 states and Canada.
2009 Domaine Rostaing Syrah "Les Lezardes”: Rene Rostaing is known for his stellar Cote-Rotie, due in part to the old-vine vineyards he inherited from his father-in-law, Albert Dervieux-Thaize, and his uncle, Marius Gentaz-Dervieux.
The Bandol rose with which I celebrate birthdays and most major warm weather occasions now, Domaine Tempier, costs about $40 a bottle. I’ve still got a couple of bottles tucked away, but I’m on the hunt for alternatives. Previously, I’ve loved Pradeaux and Domaine Sorin.
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