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Lights! Camera! Pour! Video Contest! Wine Spectator’s 4th Annual Contest

Wine Spectator Contest: Create a “wine-inspired” video…every contestant is a winner! If you love wine and are creative with a video camera, we invite you to submit your wine video to Wine Spectator’s Fourth Annual Video Contest. We are looking for short, original videos that are educational and entertaining. Subjects may include interviews with winemakers, […]

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Wine Spectator 2010

~ 2007 Reserve Merlot                      “90” This red is balanced and dense, with ripe plum and black cherry framed by smoke and mineral notes. Sleek, focused and expressive. Available Now – $35.                                      ~ 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon             “89” Black cherry, pencil lead, light herb and smoke notes mingle in this firm, balanced red. This is […]

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Osprey’s Dominion First Vineyard on Long Island to Install a Wind Turbine

Peconic, NY—The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) in partnership with Osprey’s Dominion Vineyard and Eastern Energy Systems (E2sys) today celebrated the ground breaking for the first Wind Power turbine located at a vineyard on Long Island at Osprey’s Dominion Vineyard in Peconic, Long Island. Osprey’s Dominion Vineyard commissioned Eastern Energy Systems, Inc. to install a […]

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Best Way to Quickly Chill a Bottle of Wine

In the heat of summer (extreme heat if you’re in the NW), we often find ourselves wanting a cold glass of wine, but realizing we lacked the foresight to have put one in the fridge earlier that day. In which case we need some fast measures to chill that bottle. Here are some of my […]

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Wine & Chocolate! Yum …

By: Stefani Jackenthal Matching wine and chocolate can be tricky as cooking a soufflé. It requires a focused balance of ingredients to rise to its full savory potential. A similar fineness is needed finding the ideal chocolate to match a particular wine’s characteristics. All too often chocolate’s sweetness overpowers the wine, making it taste tart. […]

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