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Two locals are looking to take advantage of the "BYOB" nature of many Morristown restaurants with the launch of a new business at The Highlands at Morristown Station, next to the incoming restaurant, The Godfather.
14 min ago | Post and Courier
Cappie Peete of McCrady's and Andrew Marshall of Charleston Grill are among Charleston's small group of Advanced Sommeliers.
14 min ago | Dallas Observer
We've all been there, hopefully: that moment in the adult world when we're invited to dinner by another grown-up. Specifically a grown-up we're not close enough with to have the understanding that grabbing a case of Shiner and showing up "whenever" is appropriate.
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The English sparkling wine industry will not be able to sustain its current level of growth, with one key producer predicting that consolidation is on the horizon.
Savannah's standing as an emerging foodie outpost is, to borrow from chef Emeril Lagasse, about to be taken up a notch.
The Huber Vineyard, first planted by Norman Huber in 1987-88, is one of the oldest vineyards in the Sta.
If you love discovering foods, wines and restaurants, the fourth annual Lehigh Valley Food & Wine Festival from May 31 to June 2 will make you feel as if you've hit a jackpot at the Sands Bethlehem Casino Resort.
Mira Winery of St. Helena, Calif., placed the bottles of wine in yellow steel mesh cages and then submerged them offshore in an undisclosed location back in February.
Robust reds pair well with a smoky hunk of meat, or even grilled chicken or vegetables.
Community Plate lives up to its name with its emphasis on local ingredients for its American diner fare.
More and more states are producing wines, but Oregon's industry is unsurpassed for quality.
Genetic analysis suggests grapes were probably first cultivated in southwest Asia during the Neolithic, approximately 8,000 years ago.
A small Comox Valley winery is proving that British Columbia's best wines aren't always synonymous with the more established wineries of the Okanagan Valley.
Observe the care with which the American backyard grill jockey shifts and turns that New York strip over that 2,000-degree gas flame to give it the perfect crosshatch of grill marks, and you'll sense there's something primal going on.
Would you call this heaven or hell for a wine lover? Getting forty-three Cabernets to taste but not drink, 27 Viogniers to sample and spit out -- and so on, through some 3,200 entries in this year's Los Angeles International Wine Competition.
Fine weather calls for entertaining with fine wine. Learn all about wine, and be prepared to serve your guests the finest vintages with these informative apps for oenophiles and amateurs alike.
Prepare your taste buds for a feast that comes just once a year. Bucks County Community College's Tyler Tasting Party will be held June 1 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. The 24 th annual event will be held in historic Tyler Hall on the Newtown Campus .