Langwerth Von Simmern Rieslings

Chambers & Chambers: Rosés, Rieslings and Ramato

As spring moves into summer it is time to think about the enjoyment of Rosé and a variety of white wines. I recently had the opportunity to sample some of the Rosés, Rieslings and Ramato offered by Chambers & Chambers. Here are some of my favorites that you might want to put on your list

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Achaval-Ferrera Cabernet Franc

Achaval-Ferrera: Elevating Cabernet Franc

Being the first to try something new is always exciting. Tonight I got to participate in the debut of Achaval-Ferrera’s release of their first Cabernet Franc and wow what a wine. If you can get your hands on this one you will be pleasantly surprised. Another first for me was the fact that the debut

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Silverado Vineyards Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon

Silverado Vineyards: Cabernet Sauvignon that perpetuates a legacy

Revisiting some of our well-established wineries that were pioneers in making a name for the California Wine Industry is always a pleasure especially when you can see a winery’s growth and impact. It was fortuitous that I was invited to a dinner at Spago with Russ Weis, the General Manager of Silverado Vineyards. Here we

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Malbec World Day Wines

6 Malbecs to enjoy on Malbec World Day

Next Monday, April 17th is Malbec World Day. In considering the cuisine for the night you might want to think about a beefy meal that pairs with Malbec to celebrate the day. The day was chosen because it commemorates a day back in 1853 that the president of Argentina, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, decided to elevate

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Mendoza Vineyard in Early October

Remembering Mendoza: Discovering Argentina

As life leads us in different directions, sometimes we are offered a once in a lifetime experience that we should take advantage of and not turn down. My trip to Argentina was one of those rare opportunities I could not decline. As Malbec World Day is upon us—April 17, 2017—it was a little more than

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Albarino from Rias Baixas

Discover 6 Albarinos from Rias Baixas

Often we are looking for something a little different when it comes to white wine. We want to get away from drinking Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc. Thinking outside the box Albarino is one of the up and coming grape varietals that is making it mark on the wine industry especially in Rias Baixas. Rias Baixas

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Dining at Obica

Obica Mozzarella Bar: Authentic Italian Cuisine at its best

Of late one of my favorite dining spots in Los Angeles is Obica Mozzarella Bar. I have frequented two of their locations, Santa Monica and West Hollywood. There is something about the Italian Cuisine, its presentation  and the atmosphere that is very inviting. The owner’s passion makes this small plates authentic Italian restaurant very special.

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The wines of Cantara Cellar, Camarillo, CA

Cantara Cellars: A hidden winery gem in Camarillo

A spur of the moment detour ended up with a wonderful winery find. My husband and I were at the Camarillo outlets shopping for some incidentals for my daughter’s upcoming wedding when we decided to end our day with a stop to the Cantara Cellars. Mike Brown, winemaker/owner has been making wine since 2005. With

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Austerity Wines

Feedfeed meets Austerity Wines: A dinner at Lucques

Today the farm to table concept is the culinary mission for many restaurants throughout the country. Chefs and foodies are always trying to take the idea a step further with many practicing sustainability in the kitchen as well as utilizing every portion of a food staple. Carrying the notion of using local ingredients further wineries

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The Wines of Anselmi

Anselmi: Raising the bar on the Garganega grape

The vibrancy of Lisa Anselmi radiates in her surroundings just like the Anselmi wines I experienced at a wine tasting luncheon at Obica Mozzarella Bar in West Hollywood. By far some of the most outstanding wines I have experience utilizing the Garganega grape from the Soave region. Needless to say I was impressed from the

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