Like many Italian immigrants, the family behind Scotto Cellars made small batches of wine in New York City at the turn of the last century. I'm not sure where he got his grapes for making gallon jugs to sell down at the docks, but at the time a lot of grapes and juice headed eastward on trains to be made by home winemakers--a tradition that actually continued throughout the era. After getting into the retail business, the family moved out to California…
Two performance artists moved into a giant hamster wheel for 10 days, noting that the wheel is roughly the size of a 500-square-foot, two-bedroom New York City apartment. Whatever we may think of said performance art, the wheel itself is pretty spectacular.
…Editor. Previously, Heimoff wrote for Wine Spectator Magazine. Born in New York City, Heimoff moved to San Francisco in 1979 to attend graduate school and it was there that he discovered and nurtured his passion for wine.
Heimoff has written two books for University of California Press: A Wine Journey along the Russian River, and New Classic Winemakers of California: Conversations with Steve Heimoff. In addition, his daily wine blog, steveheimoff.com, is one of the …
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…imported the first ever export (100 cases 1970 vintage) and sold it to Sherry-Lehmann in New York. Today it is an international brand selling cases in the seven figures.
Jean-Pierre and I became friendly. We had kids of similar ages and we visited back and forth as families. Vineyard Brands started representing the early "boutique" Napa wineries, Chappellet, Freemark Abbey, Clos du Val, and Phelps in the early 1970's. Jean-Pierre accompanied me to Napa…
…while Fass, a fourth-generation Brooklynite, lives in that borough of New York, the business itself is registered in the Golden State. His take on the three-tier system is that it is "beyond imperfect."
In frigid mid-December, after a round of delayed flights, I met Lyle Fass at the improbable Michelin one-star Lan Sheng Szechuan Restaurant in Manhattan's Garment District (60 West 39th Street), a bastion of retro 60s modernist decor inhabited by legions of …
…popular flagship blend, with its polished Cabernet-like qualities, certainly doesn't disappoint exhibiting a broad palate of well-integrated and silky tannins within a soft, structured framwork worthy of further aging.
…chef de cuisine Mark Christian McMann has come aboard, leaving the bright lights of NYC behind to join Ashmont Grill has evolved from an almost scratch kitchen to a totally scratch kitchen, and menu items now lean towards culturally specific areas of the and Europe.here in .
Some of the new dishes include:
* Avgolemono Soup
Made in classic style with fresh dill, from a recipe taught to McMann by an ancient …
Dark ruby violet color. Light intensity nose of raspberry and rock dust, with a teeny note of dried tarragon. Bone dry in the mouth, with slightly bitter raspberry/cherry fruit, and loads of rocky minerality. As it lingers it gets more bitter, and some medium-grained tannins show up. Not very concentrated, and the texture isn't great either. C . Was $ 7.99 from Winex.com. Imported by the Artisan Collection, NYC.