Monthly Archives: August 2013

Food & Wine in the Lone Star State

The Central Texas Wine, Food & Brew Fest will be held on Saturday, September 14 at the new community park in Harker Heights, Texas. Here’s how organizers describe the event: “A promenade of beverages and culinary delights to be sampled

Posted in Wine Region Profiles

Don’t Miss Out on the Thrill of the Grill

Another weekend is upon us. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the grilling season is waning, so you won’t want to wait too long before trying this mouth-delighting grilled dish. This recipe makes 8 to 10 servings,

Posted in Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

More Consumers Seeking Eco-Friendly Wines

Two research studies sponsored by Wine Institute indicate that the sustainable and eco-friendly attributes of wine are important considerations when making purchasing decisions. That goes for key segments of wine consumers, as well as those of us in the wine

Posted in Wine and the Environment

More Good News for Red Wine Drinkers

Resveratrol. Even to a science-class-challenged “kid” like me, the word just rolls off the tongue. I’ve learned the word and learned to love it because it’s linked to the health benefits associated with the moderate consumption of wine—in particular, red

Posted in Wine and Health
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