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WHAT'S NEW:
  • New Orleans Chef Alex Patout opens Christabelle's Quarter in Coconut Grove...
  • $20 million Karu and Y to open in Arts & Entertainment District Downtown Miami...
  • To Eat or Not to Eat... Spinach? Meals that can kill you...
  • Chef Govind Armstrong opens Table 8 in October at Regent Hotel, South Beach...
  • Chef Johnny Vinczencz returns to Hotel Astor with Johnny V South Beach, in November...
  • And More




THE BUZZ:

  • Kudos to South Florida...
  • Celebrity chef demo series at La Cuisine Gourmet, Coral Gables...
  • Three Guys from Miami celebrate Cuban food with book signing and art exhibit at Sentir Cubano, Miami...
  • Hispanic Heritage Month Menu at La Cofradia Restaurant, Coral Gables...
  • And More





FOOD & WINE NEWS:
  • Washington State, second largest wine producer in US, gears for opetimal Fall Harvest...
  • Wines of Argentina Fall Tasting, Thursday, September 28, 1-6 p.m., Coral Gables...
  • Wine Enthusiast 2006 Wine Star Awards nominees...
  • Annual Palm Beach Food & Wine Classic at Four Seasons Resort, Palm Beach...
  • And More
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Affordable and Delicious Bubblies:
From the Loire Valley, France, Marquis de La Tour is a gorgeous salmon pink colored fines bulles, elegant, delicately aromatic and crisp; and from the Veneto in Italy, Petalo Il Vino Dell’Amore is a buttery, silky yet crisp spumant...
Recanati Wines from Northern Israel::
Harvest after the fighting. A minute after the bombing had quieted in the Upper Galilee, the 2006 grape harvest in Manara's vineyard had begun. The vineyards in Kibbutz Manara on the border of Lebanon belong to the Recanati Winery.

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Mouton Cadet: Bordeaux without the steep price tag:
One of the key factors behind Baron Philippe de Rothschild's success is the art of blending. Today’s Mouton Cadet is a fruitier, rounder style wine, and a good value for Bordeaux AOC wine on the market.
Cuvaison, Carneros, Napa Valley, California::
Cuvaison’s Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs come from estate-grown vines, small crops that have concentrated fruit. “ In Carneros the soils are limiting so they restrict the vigor of the vines, and so shallow that the roots are forced to struggle and look deep for water,” says winemaker Steve Rogstad.
A cluster of stars: Matariki:
Premium boutique winery from Hawkes Bay, New Zealand makes elegant, well-balanced and intense wines from its privileged Gimblett Gravels Estates.

Ghent: Jewel of Flanders, Belgium. A Fabulous Getaway A breathtaking journey through time, and one of the hottest towns in Europe. History steeped in every cobblestone, beauty, fun, great food and an enchanting atmosphere are a treat for the entire family





Cologne, Germany: Long overshadowed by larger cultural capitals such as Paris, Berlin, Rome and London, Cologne is a major center of cultural treasures and diversity. Founded by the Romans about 2,000 years ago, the city's skyline is punctuated with the spires of its cathedral and of the highest concentration of Romanesque churches in Europe. It is a visitor's dream with its Museums, Galleries, shopping, food and sightseeing all at close range.

BEST BUYS & BOOKS
Red, White, And Drunk All over: A Wine-soaked Journey from Grape to Glass
by Natalie Maclean
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One of the most intelligent and well-written books on wine I have read. MacLean has transmitted her love and her thirst of good wine into an easy-to read, educative, and amusing travelogue into the world of wine, in which each glass is a life transforming experience.

Click here to listen to a live interview with Natalie MacLean on FOOD & WINE TALK

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