Ojai wine maker Adam Tolmach in his barrel room. On Dec. 4, Ojai Vineyard wines will be poured at a special dinner at Maison Giraud in Pacific Palisades.
Wines From India First up, Mark Peel, late of Campanile and soon to be running a little something in Grand Central Market, will be cooking at AMMO on Wednesday. He'll be trying out some of the dishes he wants to put on the menu at his new place and looking for guests' feedback. They'll be available a la carte along with a selection of AMMO favorites. You can make your reservations through OpenTable or by calling the restaurant at (323) 871-2666.
Wine Club India Next day, check out the wine dinner at Maison Giraud in Pacific Palisades designed around the supple Rhone-influenced wines from Adam Tolmach of the Ojai Vineyard.
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This Dry Riesling from Heron Hill Winery on Keuka Lake is an example of the offerings at White Birch Vineyards Tasting Room in Skaneateles.
The Wine Society Of India Downtown Skaneateles's newest retailer is both a wine shop and a wine bar, with seating and a small kitchen serving nibbles to go with your drinks.
Wines From India It's White Birch Vineyards Tasting Room , at 18 W. Genesee St. (formerly Ming Jiang Chinese Restaurant).
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By Alister Doyle and Alistair Scrutton GVARV, Norway/BLAXSTA, Sweden - On one of the world's northernmost frontiers, grapevines are growing on hillsides and talk among some farmers is about terroir and aroma as global warming and new technology push the boundaries of wine growing.
Wineries In India "Maybe a touch of raspberry?" opined Wenche Hvattum, one of two farmers at the Lerkekasa vineyard west of Oslo - on the same latitude as Siberia, southern Greenland or Alaska - debating aromas in the ruby-red juice from their freshly pressed grapes.
The Wine Society Of India Such talk would have been unthinkable just a few years ago but warmer temperatures and new, cold-resistant vines are helping push wine production into Nordic countries in a rare positive spin-off from climate change.
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GVARV, Norway, Nov 25 — On one of the world’s northernmost frontiers, grapevines are growing on hillsides, and talk among some farmers is about terroir and aroma as global warming and new technology push the boundaries of wine growing.
Vineyards In India “Maybe a touch of raspberry?” opined Wenche Hvattum, one of two farmers at the Lerkekasa vineyard west of Oslo — on the same latitude as Siberia, southern Greenland or Alaska — debating aromas in the ruby-red juice from their freshly pressed grapes.
Wineries In India Such talk would have been unthinkable just a few years ago, but warmer temperatures and new, cold-resistant vines are helping push wine production into Nordic countries in a rare positive spin-off from climate change.
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If the party is all women, it’s safe to focus on some fun white wines, such as viognier, torrontés, sauvignon blanc and chardonnay. An alternative is to use a true French-style rosé. French rosé should not to be confused with that sweet juice called white zinfandel. Rosé is generally dry to semi-dry and crisp and pairs perfectly with heavy hors d'oeuvres or light entrées. Women also seem to enjoy the bigger/bolder-style red varietals such as cabernet sauvignon, syrah and zinfandel.
Winery In India Male-female: If the party is a balanced mix of women and men, then include the above style wines and make about three of each available. Include a few red choices, such as pinot noir, gamay noir or Beaujolais. These are light-style red wines that are easy to enjoy in group settings and are wonderful with cocktail party hors d'oeuvres.
Vineyards In India Bring your own: Another option that is a ton of fun and will help keep the cost of the event down is to have a BYOB party. Assign each of your guests a specific varietal or style of wine to bring to the party and plan accordingly to make sure that you have enough of each varietal to accommodate each of your guests so no one will miss out on tasting a particular wine.
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