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  • Wine Find: 2011 Altovinum Euodia Old Vines Garnacha

    Garnacha, Spain's name for France's grenache, produces some of the most decadently pleasurable red wines on the planet, They may not be the most complex of wines, but they pack a lot of flavor and don't require much aging. This is a particularly fine &#...
  • Annapolis couple raises money to defend animals' legal rights

    Annapolis couple raises money to defend animals' legal rights
    Michelle and Larry Kownacki first got involved with the Animal Legal Defense Fund in 2005, when they became foster parents for Gentle Ben, a Jack Russell terrier who had been hoarded and neglected. They chose the name because the dog, one of more than...
  • Wine Find: 2010 Santa Cristina Sangiovese IGT

    This medium- to full-bodied regional Tuscan red wine — a 90-10 percent blend of the great Italian variety sangiovese and merlot — punches well above its price class. Made by the well-respected house of Antinori, offers penetrating black cherry...
  • Adelsheim is a working dream in Willamette Valley

    Having a dream is one thing; having vision is another. Many fantasize about planting vines and making wine. Few have the discipline to pull it off successfully. David and Ginny Adelsheim were inspired to establish a vineyard in the Willamette Valley of...
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  • Tyler Florence flips for Ryleigh's

    Tyler Florence flips for Ryleigh's
    Tyler Florence was in Baltimore area Saturday, signing copies of his new cookbook, "Tyler Florence Fresh," which was just released on Tuesday.  After his appearance at the Wegman's in Hunt Valley, the chef, Food Network star and cookbook author stopped by...
  • Robert M. Parker Jr. stepping down from The Wine Advocate

    Robert M. Parker Jr. stepping down from The Wine Advocate
    Nearly 35 years after founding Wine Advocate, Robert M. Parker Jr. shocked wine enthusiasts this week with his announcement that he was stepping down as editor in chief of the the seminal newsletter he ran from his Maryland home. Parker posted on the...
  • Choosing healthy options among Baltimore's ethnic restaurants

    Choosing healthy options among Baltimore's ethnic restaurants
    Each week a nutritionist from the University of Maryland Medical Center provides a guest post to The Baltimore Sun's health blog Picture of Health (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth), which is printed here. This week, Shanti Lewis, RD, CNSD, weighs in on...
  • Port Deposit to hold new, improved Food and Wine Festival

    The words "Port Deposit" may not typically be associated with "upscale wine festival," but a new organizer plans to change that this weekend. The Port Deposit Food and Wine Festival is returning Saturday with a bang, and the Chamber of Commerce hopes...
  • Savor & Swirl: Pan Roasted Halibut with Summer Succotash Lemon Chablis Emulsion

    Savor & Swirl: Pan Roasted Halibut with Summer Succotash Lemon Chablis Emulsion
    Executive Chef Chris Lewis, Iron Bridge Wine Co., reflects: I chose this dish because it reminds me of summer. Fresh local corn, tomatoes, English peas — all very vibrant just like summer. The drink plays up the sweetness of the vegetables and...
  • Tempranillo's adaptability proven in the wine glass

    Tempranillo. It's a Spanish grape whose name is taken from "temprana" meaning early. The grape ripens in September several weeks ahead of other Spanish red grapes. Early maturity helps to avoid a host of autumnal threats such as rain, rot and mildew....
  • Vintage Collection: Maryland Wine Festival is annual rite for New Windsor resident

    Vintage Collection: Maryland Wine Festival is annual rite for New Windsor resident
    Peggy Conrad vividly recalls attending the very first Maryland Wine Festival, held in September 1984, at the Shriver Homestead in Union Mills, on a whim. "I just heard about it and thought I would check it out and see how much I liked it," said Conrad,...