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WHAT'S NEW:
Tune in to FOOD & WINE TALK, Classical 1360AM WKAT, with hosts Carole Kotkin and Simone Diament, Thursday 10/21 @4:40 p.m., and Friday 10/22 @ 11:30 a.m...

Yves Duron, Executive Chef at the Mandarin Oriental in Macau, China,will cook at Azul and Caf� Sambal...
Michelle Bernstein, long time chef at Azul, Mandarin Oriental Miami, is no longer there...
The Mendoza in downtown Miami opens with Argentine chef Francis Mallman...
Bonefish Grill opens second location, Columbia Restaurant celebrates its centennial in Tampa; Real Life Basics closes in South Beach... And More


THE BUZZ: At Joe's Stone Crab and Ocean 3030, opening of stone crab season...
Michael Chiarello opens new kitchen at Burdines Aventura...
Novecento Restaurant, dances the Tango on Tuesdays...
Gear up to WDNA's 9th annual Jazz Film Festival...
Barefoot as Oasis offers decadent Happy Hour at Mandarin Oriental Miami...
StarChefs.com Gala honors Miami chefs November 17... And More

FOOD & WINE NEWS:
Med Dick of Southern Wines & Spirits selected Wine Enthusiast's Wine Person of the Year...
Tasting of Great Burgundies from Maison Louis Jadot, October 27, to explore France's most complex wines at The Biltmore...
Boca Bacchanal Wine Fest and Auction Kick Off at Boca Raton Resort...
Luxury Whisky Weekend at Ritz Carlton Key Biscayne...
Southern Wines & Spirits acquires Premier Wines in New York...
What's Cooking @ Your Library Series presented by Broward County, till end of November... And More
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St. Sup�ry, California Lushness with French-Style Subtlety Rich, complex, delicious and approachable Napa Valley wines more in tune with France's Bordeaux wines than with their California counterparts
Wine Report 2005:
Fascinating, informative, entertaining, a must for every wine enthusiast who wants to keep up speed with the constantly changing and ever-expanding world of wine.

American Wines at Best Values of 2003 Under $15:
Napa Valley and its subzones contributed Bordeaux grape gems in boutique wineries, yest there are plenty of less obvious wines that are equally suited to small budgets.
Starting a Trend in Wine Dinners :
"Great Unknowns" wine dinner at Mosaico Restaurant pairs little known, wines with great food. It takes craftiness to find unusual wines that are exciting enough to match your chef's creations and are not expensive.
Single Estate Vinegars:
Napa Valley's Round Pond Premium Cabernet and Merlot Red Wine Vinegars from Rutherford Estate are aged on French oak like fine wines.

GENOA, Part II. A Cultural European city --Modern and Historical -- the richness of which opens up behind Normand ramparts and Medieval walls, inside Renaissance churches, around every street corner.
In search of history, sights and food.
Surrealism and Brandy Osborne come together in a world-class exhibition of "Dali & Mass Culture" at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL, to celebrate Salvador Dali's 100th Birthday.
OLIVE OIL
All Virgins Are Not Alike, Even Extra Virgins can be Flawed. Olive Oil making is an art as complex as wine making, and just like wine, high quality oils now are being made in various parts of the world, and closely resemble each other. So, buy olive oil with care, and remember that you get what you pay for.

HOT EVENTS:
Florida Restaurant Show in Orlando
Wine Tastings Louis Jadot, Wednesday October 27...
Wine Makers dinners at Biltmore Hotel, Carmen's, Chispa...
October 28 -31, 15th Annual Stone Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival at the Colony, Longboat Key...
Garlic Festival in Delray Beach, November 12, 13 & 14...
Boca Bacchanal Kick off... October/November at the Florida Center for the Book...
November 7-14, 2004 21st Miami Book Fair International... And More

BRUNCH... And More
COOKING CLASSES: :
Free cooking classes at Burdines-Macy's The Cellar ... And More

WINES CLASSES, TASTINGS.

Happy hours, Sunday brunches, Music & Entertainment.

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