Category: Pairings

Another Wine Blog’s First Friday Celebrates Pacific Northwest Wines

Another Wine Blog's third First Friday event celebrated wines from the Pacific Northwest. Pairings for the Washington and Oregon wines included Puget Sound Smoked Salmon with Pancetta in aioli sauce, Washington State Honeycrisp Apples, and Bosc pears from Oregon. Various ...

Jessup Cellars & Butterfly Restaurant: A Winning Combination

A beautiful view, incredible food and great company. Add wine and lively conversation, and you've got a winner. We found one when Butterfly Restaurant's Chef Rob Lam served up some fabulous dishes to pair with Jessup Cellars wines from Napa ...

Austrian Wines: Don’t Let the Names Fool You

I love Austrian wines. Partly because I once coaxed a smile out of a "retired" Austrian winemaker during an otherwise boring trade tasting. He told me he had handed the reigns of the company over to his son and was ...

The Label Project: Contest Clues for Wine 3

This week Another Wine Blog is participating in The Label Project, a global initiative to go beyond the label, uncover the true character of the wine inside the bottle, and the uniqueness of the region behind it. We, as well ...

The Label Project: Wine 1 Contest Clues

We are participating in The Label Project, a global initiative to go beyond the label, uncover the true character of the wine inside the bottle, and the uniqueness of the region behind it. Over 140 bloggers from 12 different countries ...

She Said, He Said: Impressions of a Grand Wine Event

The more wine we drink, the more apt we are to forget what it is like to attend a wine event as simply a consumer. That is why we like to let others give their impressions to our readers as ...

Wines of France Visits Underbelly in Houston

Wines of France hosted an event in July that paired French wines with foods that are Houston-inspired and created by Chef Chris Shepard from Underbelly. Part of an ambitious summer tour to expose people to French wine as an everyday wine ...

A Symphony of Artistry: Cornerstone Oregon Pinot Noir

I am sitting at my kitchen table looking out the window after a rainstorm. The blinds are half-mast, so I cannot see the gray sky. My view is just of the yard to the top of our wood fence and ...

Those Scary French Wines

French wine can scare even a seasoned wino, after all it is so, so, so...French! As a wise man once said, "French wine is very intimidating and should be imbibed by only the most seasoned, veteran aficionado of wine." That wise man? Me! ...

TasteLive’s Cafe 140: Rodney Strong, Rosso & Rootstock Preview

Tonight we will be joining Joe Quigley of TasteLive!, as he "teases" (his words) the upcoming Rootstock Festival (this Saturday, July 21 from 2pm to 6pm) with a sampling of the day's players during their live webcast from Heritage Public ...