AWToday 15/01/09

Wine Blogs Alert

MY FOOD BLOG. – Bahia-Style Shrimp in Coconut Sauce
By Angela
wine recommendation To complement the sauce here, look for a fruity, lightly spicy and aromatic white, such as an Argentinean Torrontés—either the 2002 Susana Balbo Crios Cafayate or the 2002 Santa Julia. Search for easy-to-find light, …
MY FOOD BLOG. – http://itzallgravy.livejournal.com/

Fair Trade Argentine Wine Welcomed in US
TransFair USA, an NGO that has worked ensuring fair trade for the past 10 years, has put it’s first seal of approval on Argentine wine. A Fair Trade certified product means TransFair, or another accredited organization, has determined …
Argentina’s Travel Guide – http://argentinastravel.com/
About Christine Michaels: Deco-Tango-Vino
By Blog Sisters
Start with a stroll down Argentine Way with street side cafes. Then travel in time to learn how viticulture and wine-making techniques evolved in the countries of Argentina and Chile through one of the free lectures. …
About Christine Michaels – http://aboutchristinemichaels.blogspot.com/
MY FOOD BLOG. – Bahia-Style Shrimp in Coconut Sauce
By Angela
wine recommendation To complement the sauce here, look for a fruity, lightly spicy and aromatic white, such as an Argentinean Torrontés—either the 2002 Susana Balbo Crios Cafayate or the 2002 Santa Julia. Search for easy-to-find light, …
MY FOOD BLOG. – http://itzallgravy.livejournal.com/
Mendoza | Benchland Blog
I just got back from Mendoza — Argentina’s most notable wine region at the foot of the Andes. It makes me laugh to write that since I, too, have.
Benchland Blog – http://benchlandblog.com/
My $6 Malbec Wine Review | Jennifer’s Review
Jennifer’s Review – Reviews done with a glass of wine … Let’s Wine About it!
Jennifer’s Review – http://www.jenniferreviews.com/
Travels with our corn plasters: Mendoza and on – catch up
By Maggie&Jenks
Mountains, with Aconcagua the highest peak outside the Himalayas just a a couple of hours away and fantastic Malbec wineries and pretty good whites (Torrontes – apologies of the lack of accents & ny signs – my keyboard won’t manage …
Travels with our corn plasters – http://corntravel.blogspot.com/
Exotic and Voluptuous
It adapts very well to warm climates, which is why I believe it to be an alternative to Bonarda and Syrah for the production of quality wine without sacrificing yield. In cooler climates where they do fruit thinning, fresh wines with a …
Invest in Mendoza – http://www.investinmendoza.com/

Wine News Alert

NH s wine
Manchester HippoPress – Manchester,NH,USA
Chile and Argentine continue to produce great wine, like Australia did 20 years ago. By Jeff Mucciarone jmucciarone@hippopress.com Now a Granite State and …
Pairing Off: Grilled Cheese
Dallas Observer – Dallas,TX,USA
And, as an added bonus, the Malbec carried enough weight to wash away the bitter sting of charred crumbs, leaving in its wake subtle notes of dried fruit …
Pig in a Poke stays simple
Morning Advertiser – UK
… cherries and much more) at a great value-for-money price — that’s the Argentinian bit,” said Wheelbarrow Wines MD Alistair Morrell. The wine doesn’t …
Wine, etc.: Recent favorites from Drouhin, Spanish finds and Layer …
Annapolis Capital – Annapolis,MD,USA
Following are our comments on two of his offerings: Layer Cake Malbec Mendoza Argentina 2007 ($20). An amazing nose of blackberries, blueberries, …
Food and wine calendar
Dallas Morning News – Dallas,TX,USA
SINGLES GOURMET DINNER: Singles Gourmet DFW hosts a five-course dinner at Nana with Pascual Toso Malbec and Jekel Vineyard Chardonnay among the selected …
Pisco Sours and “Kung Fu” Squid
San Diego Reader – San Diego,CA,USA
I placed my bet on an Argentine white, Torrontes, to stand up to the Asian flavors of the appetizers. Dry, full-bodied, as straightforward as a marine …

Wine Web Alert

Travel blog: Argentinean wine tasting with the French
In an attempt to avoid the credit crunch, the bleak prospect of winter and another final of X Factor, Greg Ash has gone to South America for 6 months.
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