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WHAT'S NEW:
  • US bans imports of Caspian Sea Beluga caviar...
  • Stone crab season opens Saturday, October 15 through May 15, 2006...
  • Gio's Dinner Opens At Allen’s Drugs In Coral Gables...
  • Graziano Parrilla Argentina opens Graziano’s in Coral Gables...
  • South African Eatery: Madiba Restaurant opens in South Beach...
  • And More




THE BUZZ:

  • Chef Michelle Bernstein Consultant for China Grill Management...
  • Ariane Daguin acquires sole ownership of gourmet food emporium D'Artagnan...
  • Martha Steward launches Warner Bros Home Entertainment Series on DVD...
  • Tibetan Monk book signing and lecture at Theine Tea Salon...
  • And More





FOOD & WINE NEWS:
  • Decoding Ferran Adrià: star studded Tribute Dinner tickets go on sale...
  • Through October 15, Mosaico and Salero Restaurants celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month...
  • Pascal's On Ponce to Host Tribute Dinner To Julia Child, October 25...
  • Fare To Remember Hires Chef Hendrick Corneliseen...
  • And More
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Terlato Wines :
This is the first time the Terlato family produces wines with their name on the labels. Terlato Vineyards 2004 Pinot Grigio Russian River Valley, Terlato Vineyards 2003 Syrah Dry Creek Valley and Terlato Vineyards 2003 Angels’ Peak Napa Valley Bordeaux blend.
Grich Hills, Napa Valley::
New Releases by Grgich Hills are always very exciting. One wonders how this winery manages to surpass itself year after year; thirty years after the legendary Miljenko “Mike” Grgich’s “coup” at the celebrated “Paris Tasting” of 1976.
Wines of North Fork, Long Island::
Compared to other wine regions, Long Island is relatively new and the wines are not widely distributed in South Florida, but with the new laws enabling interstate wine sales, we can expect to see more of them.
St. Supéry, California Lushness with French-Style Subtlety:
Rich, complex, and approachable Napa Valley wines are more in tune with Bordeaux wines than with their California counterparts. Three exceptional whites have just been released.
Great wines under $15:
To our delight sometimes price bears no relation to quality: from Australia to Argentina we’ll find that whether with screw-caps (like the Australians) or with the traditional cork, these are delicious wines that will give you many pleasurable meals.

MENDOZA Wine Capital of Argentina Mendoza is hot. Like Napa Valley was 30 years ago. With a strong US dollar and an even stronger Euro, tourists, merchants and sommeliers from high-end restaurants in the United States and Europe flock to the Andean city for skiing, trekking, wine tasting and eating in what are zsome of the best restaurants in the country.





Silence Aloft Is Under Threat. Many have come to cherish the airplane as the long metal tube of silence and relish the digital downtime at 35,000 feet. Many business people say they have come to think of the airplane cabin as a place to nap, think or even work. But this may come to an end as pressure builds on the airlines to offer these services as a source of extra revenue and as a way of getting a competitive edge.
CHEESES: GRANA PADANO
Around what is now Milano, during the Middle Ages, -- a time when people were a lot more dynamic than we give them credit for, Italians figured out how to make a cheese that would last longer than the soft milk products they had: Large cheese wheels that slowly aged passed from being delicately flavored, soft, and pale white, to delightfully sharp, firm but grainy, and gold. They called it Grana, because of its grainy texture, and the name stuck.

HOT EVENTS:
Feast with the Beasts returns to Miami Metro Zoo ...
And More

BRUNCH... And More
COOKING CLASSES:
... And More

WINES CLASSES, TASTINGS.

Happy hours, Sunday brunches, Music & Entertainment.


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