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Brick + Wood Continues Guest Chef Series with 6 Local Restaurants from July to December

Brick + Wood in Fairfield has a whole new selection of great guest chefs in the works for the next few months. While Ryan Fibiger of Fliesher’s Craft Butchery finishes up… 218 more words

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Kegs and Growlers -- Not Just For Beer Anymore

Yes folks, it’s been a little while since I’ve posted.  I recently had the pleasure of being a bridesmaid in one of my best friend’s weddings (photos to come…maybe) and the last week or so was spent getting ready for that (and then recovering…). 585 more words

Hello Canary Island | Wine on Tap

Did I mention that the hotel I’m staying in is all inclusive? So that’s free drinks and free food. What surprised me most is that other than fancy cocktails, everything is serve yourself – including the beers and wine. 54 more words


In Search of 98 Degrees in January

It’s been so cold the last few days, that I needed something to warm me up. Like 98 Degrees warm!

Friday night was blustery cold and a perfect opportunity to check out former 98 Degrees’ Nick and Drew Lachey’s new bar and restaurant, … 418 more words


Chehalem Gamay Noir, 12 Oregon, Ribbon Ridge

It’s the third Thursday in November! We know what that means. Beaujolais Nouveau Day! The day the wine world rejoices in the conclusion of another year’s harvest and people everywhere toasts with a bottle of this fruity, light little wine. 619 more words


Downtown Halifax restaurant brings wine-on-tap to the Maritimes

HALIFAX – A downtown Halifax restaurant is offering something new on tap for local wine-lovers.

The Stubborn Goat Gastropub on Grafton Street has installed two taps at the bar that will serve wine instead of beer, making it the first in Atlantic Canada to do so. 255 more words


Stop Worrying about Wine Preservation, Start Drinking!

Our friends at the popular blog Wine Folly recently released an expose with tips on how to maximize the storage potential of your bottled wine. As the article points out, there are a number of various devices that are designed to keep a bottle of wine fresh after opening, but these options are often extremely costly, running up to hundreds of dollars. 389 more words

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