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Posts Tagged ‘ terroir ’


Experiencing Wines at Terroir’s Porch On The Highline

  So last night we had dinner at STK and afterward took a walk along the highline. We spotted Terroir (The Porch) and stopped in for a glass of two different wines. It was opened as an offshoot of Paul Grieco and Marco Canora’s popular wine bar, Terroir, and is officially described as an  open-air […]


Masters of Wine Riesling Event at Christies

Fabulous event today at Christies … Robin Kelly O’Connor, the new Vice President and head of Wine, Americas, at Christies hosted this event focusing on “The Finest German Wines” (which of course, means Riesling). Lisa Granik MW acted as moderator for an excellent panel that included Paul Grieco and famed producers Reinhard Lowenstein from Weingut […]


Exploring Burgundy: Lesser Known Regions

  One of the most fabulous things about Manhattan is that one has no need to jump on a jet to explore exotic wine regions, as the regions themselves come to us. On March 16, Burgundy Wines came to Manhattan to educate journalists about "the lesser known village appellations from Burgundy." Leading hte seminar was […]


Vino Italy 2010 Part 2

Professor Attilio Scienza Seminar Tasting "The Italians seem so happy to be here in New York," says a friend, after the Friday night close of the Italian Wine Exchange Grand Tasting. "Why is  that?" Yes, it’s true – the Italians did really seem happy to be here and have the opportunity to share their wine […]


Craggy Range Pinot Noir

    …. so by now, you’ve seen the film Sideways, tasted Pinot Noir, and count yourself as one of the varietal’s many fans. Yet do you like Pinot Noir from around the world, or just certain locations? Have you taught yourself to tell the difference between a Pinot from New Zealand and Burgundy? The […]


Burgundy: Discovering Importance of Terroir

Quick! When you think of Burgundy wine, what is the first thing that comes to mind? “Expensive” is one possible word. Everyone around the world has heard about the famous tiny vineyards where wines can sell for hundreds of dollars…