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3) From May 13 to June 9, Legal Sea Foods is celebrating of , a country that is home to several distinct terroirs that provide ideal growing conditions for a wide range of grape varieties and wine styles, by offering a feature menu of eleven Chilean wines and exclusive wine dinners.
On June 5, at 6:30pm,in will host the Chilean Emiliana Wine Dinner with Emiliana 's , Fernando Pavon …
…everything I can to avoid this, but it happened nonetheless.
Mercifully, sweet somnolence eventually overcame me. After a few pages of Wolf Hall , I drifted off into a dreamless, shallow slumber, my fists clenched like spiteful snails. I woke up somewhere over the Baltic Sea, confused but no longer angry.
Next stop, Barcelona.
* Friends, by the time you read this, I'll be on the road again, headed to vineyards in Priorat.
The theme of the menu was "Salt and the Sea." Indeed, salt could be found in four of the five beverages. Hovand explained that he simply wanted to have the menu stand out from PDT's usual choices; salt isn't necessarily a staple ingredient at Ruby.
I tried two drinks. The first, the Rapscallion, has been on the Ruby menu since it open in 2007. It's a Manhattan riff featuring 2 parts Talisker Scotch, 1 part Pedro Ximinez sherry and a dash of Richard, …
Ribera del Duero is located in northern Spain and is divided by the Duero River; for which it is named. This is the same river that becomes the Douro River in Portugal and reaches the Atlantic Ocean. Ribera del Duero has a long winemaking tradition dating back to the Roman period. In 1982, the region achieved DO ( Denominación de Origen) status, a regulatory [ quality-control ] classification system, and specializes almost exclusively …
…Finnish country called Aland exists as a cluster of islands in the Baltic There, the story of the so-called " " begins.
In the 1840s, a two-masted 70-foot long cargo ship set sail from an unknown port to an unknown destination. Perhaps, the ship was sailing, as it has been alleged, to a Russian Emperor inwho never received his provisions from a ship that found a watery grave in the Baltic Sea.
In July of last year, divers …
3) On May 15, at 6:30pm, Legal Sea Foods in will host a wine dinner with Bethel . Known best for their Winery blends, has been a family business since 1977 with its winery located in . will team up with Bethel Heights' , Ben Castee l, to host a four-plus-course dinner featuring signature cuisine paired with Casteel's choices from their vine.
The menu will be presented …
Yet you have to wonder, how long will they last? Ten years? Fifteen? Or, like's, thirty? These numbers seem highly unlikely; a restaurant's life span is getting shorter, not longer.
Which brings us to the subject of cult wines.
I would imagine that the proprietors …
Swedish divers have found a cache of old champagne bottles on a shipwreck in the Baltic BBC ) and his dive partners could not contain their enthusiasm at finding the intact bottles that may date from the late 18th century. So they brought one to the surface, uncorked it, and had a swig. Which statement below captures their reaction?(pictured above via
A) "Damn, it's only nonvintage yellow label, which hardly keeps from oneto the next. Oh, and the bloody thing is corked!"