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Entries Tagged as 'The Wine Press'

Old World vs. New World : What’s the Difference?

April 17th, 2008 · No Comments · The Wine Press

By Dave Solzman, owner, Delius Restaurant What are the major differences between “old world” and “new world” wines? Wine-producing countries can be broken into two major categories: old world, such as France, Spain, Italy, Germany and a handful of other European countries; and new world, which includes countries from both North America and South America […]

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The Wine Press : Wine is the modern-day ‘Emperor’s New Clothes’

March 20th, 2008 · No Comments · food, The Wine Press

Let’s face it. Wine can be a confusing, intimidating and sometimes an even downright scary topic under the right (or maybe wrong) circumstances. Many times we find ourselves agreeing with the opinions of other people, whom we believe know what they are talking about, so as not to sound foolish. Most of us have encountered […]

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Have her seeing bubbles this Valentine’s Day

February 14th, 2008 · No Comments · The Wine Press

This column is for men only. Now that you’ve performed your obligatory romantic duties on Valentine’s Day, it’s time to reassess where you stand. Take this little quiz:

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Thoughts from the Publisher : Introducing “The Wine Press”

January 17th, 2008 · No Comments · The Wine Press, Thoughts From The Publisher

By Neena Strichart Publisher Today on page 12 we launch our newest column—The Wine Press—an informational, educational and entertaining bit of news written by Dave Solzman and Randy Kemner. The two will take turns writing the monthly feature. I am convinced that their expertise and dry (not brut) senses of humor will please and tease […]

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Spotlight on Advertisers : Gaslamp Restaurant

January 17th, 2008 · No Comments · Entertainment, food, Spotlight on Advertisers, The Wine Press

The Gaslamp Restaurant is having weekly wine tastings each Thursday night. For the month of February, enjoy the international tastes of Spain’s Tempranillo, Italy’s traditional Barbera grapes, and get a taste of Napa with the Stags Leap Wine Cellars collection. Tastings take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and for the cost of $20 […]

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