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"Really, through wine, I discovered food."
It Might Not Actually Matter What Country Your Wine Comes From; Vino Collectors Have Gone Nuts This Year
Also, wine apparently tastes different on airplanes than it does on the ground.
Plus: all the new wine apps, and wine's covert rise in alcohol content, all in our weekly wine-news roundup.
Our report from outside the packed send-off last night.
Also, McInerney goes to Burgundy.
"Luckily, there were strips of candied bacon soaked in maple syrup, which I devoured just for the bacon-ness of it all."
In advance of the annual ZAP Zin event which kicks off next Thursday, fiction-turned-wine writer Jay McInerney wrote a little love letter to the recently reviled grape in the Journal, profiling several prominent Zin makers like Turley, Ridge, and Ravenswood,...
Across the Internet, journalist and celebrities remember the inimitable owner of Elaine's.
The loudmouth chef needs pest control, while the newly named CalFresh program has the approval of focus groups.
Jay McInerney's new wine column debuts, with an intriguing reference to Julianne Moore.
• Gordon Edgar, the passionate cheese guy at Rainbow Grocery, has written a book called Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge. [Chron] • That "cold beer cold water" guy in Dolores Park? His beer is skunked. [Uptown Almanac] • Bright...
Jay McInerney is indeed the new wine guy at 'The Wall Street Journal.'
CA farmers want more water, Kaiser patients get served glass shards in soup, and Jay McInerney is rumored to be becoming the Wall Street Journal's wine columnist.
Michelle Obama's food initiatives get support from a former President and Japan puts a haute spin on noodles.
It's a very Dunkin' Donuts day in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Sandwiches get more expensive, and a pricey bowl of ramen in Tokyo, all in our morning news roundup.
Is "pulling a Joe Doe" a good idea?