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  • Wine tasting at Corridor Fine Wine benefits KidsPeace national foster charity

    In celebration of National Foster Care Month, KidsPeace will hold its seventh annual wine tasting fundraiser on Thursday, May 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Corridor Fine Wine, 3321 Corridor Marketplace, in Laurel. Proceeds will benefit children in KidsPeace's...
  • Reading wine labels can be an art

    Label art and label law are two completely different things, but sometimes there can be a real art to reading the label. Wine law is meant to clarify and identify what is in the bottle. But sometimes, the law itself confuses and confounds. The wines...
  • Savor & Swirl: From the recipe box of Chef Sean Riggs, AIDA Bistro & Wine Bar

    Savor & Swirl: From the recipe box of Chef Sean Riggs, AIDA Bistro & Wine Bar
    About Sean Riggs Chef Sean Riggs grew up in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and British Columbia and was an athlete during his high school years — not giving much thought or effort to cooking or food in general. After beginning his university...
  • Tastes of the world at North County wine festival

    St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Hydes is holding the first annual North Baltimore County Wine Festival on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. The festival features 100 international, domestic and local wines from 17 wineries. Visitors...
  • Food and wine go together

    Food and wine go together
    The kerfuffle over the proposed wine store in Wegmans' newest location in Columbia heralds the next looming battle in consumers' fight to modernize Maryland's alcohol policy. The recent Howard County liquor board hearing demonstrated the intensity of both...
  • Eastern Shore eateries go beyond detour to destination

    Eastern Shore eateries go beyond detour to destination
    Now is the time. Early fall is when the pleasures peak in Talbot and Dorchester counties. That's when these Eastern Shore towns stop being detours along the way to the shore and turn into full-fledged destinations. There are practical advantages to...
  • Languedoc-Roussillon: Co-ops infuse France's last wine frontier

    The sunshine was so bright that not even a pair of prescription sunglasses could cut the glare. We felt X-rayed by the laser-intense white light; it hurt the eyes just to step into the sun. Around us, silver-green scrub searched for water in a parched...
  • Wine Find: Bonterra Chardonnay 2010

    Wine Find: Bonterra Chardonnay 2010
    From: Mendocino County, Calif. Price: $14 Serve with: Salmon, ham, crabs Bonterra is one of California's largest and most reliable producers of organic wines. More important, from my point of view, is the fact that they're very good wines that won't...
  • Future of Wegmans liquor store in limbo

    Future of Wegmans liquor store in limbo
    The proposed liquor store adjoining the new Wegmans in Columbia wouldn't be the only such store owned by someone related to executives or employees of the supermarket chain. But this shop would be different, opponents say, because not only would the...
  • Wine Find: 2011 Pepi Chenin Blanc-Viognier

    From: California Price: $10 Serve with: Grilled seafood, steamed crabs This is a well-executed while wine blend at a very reasonable price. Though both of these varietals tend to be aggressively fruity, the blend is pleasingly restrained. The wine...
  • Oregon Grille celebrating 15th anniversary

    Oregon Grille celebrating 15th anniversary
    The Oregon Grille is turning 15 this fall and the Hunt Valley restaurant is celebrating with a dining promotion. Diners who spend $50 at the Oregon Grille can receive a complimentary bottle of cabernet or chardonnay. Or they can spend $50 and get their...
  • Savoring wine's 'cavorting wee beasties'

    Truth be told, although we've been making wine for thousands of years, we didn't figure out the mechanics of fermentation until fairly recently. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, known as the Father of Microbiology, lived from 1632 to 1723. He was the first to...