pinot noir

Meatless Monday: Beet Wellington With Pinot Noir Sauce Recipe

This hearty vegetarian dish doesn't miss the meat
Mar 24, 2014 4:00 pm
Photo: Kate Sears

Food writer and cookbook author Dina Cheney's Meatless All Day is an undisputable reminder that Meatless Mondays can and shall be awesome. Utilizing protein-rich ingredients in innovative ways and learning to master the umami spike all contribute to a supremely satisfying meal, like this Beet Wellington we're going to make so often we might forget it's the vegetarian version.

Around The World In 80 Wine Varietals: Pinot Noir

Nearly 2,000 years old, grape inspires love or hate
Oct 29, 2013 3:00 pm

Pinot Noir is to red wine what Riesling is to white: the most terroir-driven of the varieties. Finnicky and difficult to grow, Pinot Noir is more often a labor of love than a cash cow grape. With its red berry top notes and often earthy mid-palate, it’s a love-it-or-hate-it grape. And those who love it, do so with a bizarre, obsessive passion. More information and 5 Pinot Noir bottle suggestions, after the jump.

There He Goes Again, Preaching About Oregon Pinot Noir

A trip to the International Pinot Noir Celebration
Aug 7, 2013 2:00 pm

A lifelong obsession with Oregon's most famous grape leads to a trip to the International Pinot Noir Celebration in the Willamette Valley, and sizzling salmon, stellar views, oddball characters and the imminent threat of pinot noir overload. Here's what went down last week.

Why You Should Drink New Zealand Pinot Noir

We're taking note of the terroir of Middle Earth
Mar 14, 2013 2:03 pm

Mention New Zealand to most wine drinkers and they'll immediately think Sauvignon Blanc. But the aromatic white grape is not the only varietal the country does well. Kiwis are making more and better Pinot Noir than ever and are hoping the rest of the world will take note. Read on.

Should Organic Wine Standards Change?

Paolo Mario Bonetti thinks wine labeling is off
Aug 23, 2012 3:01 pm

If you’re the kind of shopper who looks for the official USDA “organic” seal, here are a couple of things you should know when it comes to buying wine (straight from the expert.)

What To Know About Oregon Wines

Chehalem's Harry Peterson-Nedry goes beyond Pinot
Mar 29, 2012 1:01 pm
Harry Peterson-Nedry

Way out west in Oregon, Harry Peterson-Nedry has been overseeing his Chehalem wines since 1990—back when most people looked at the lush, rolling, rain-soaked hills between Portland and the coast and shrugged their shoulders, popped their umbrellas and went about their business. A self-described science geek, he saw the possibilities, ran with it, and was among the trendsetters who've turned Oregon wines into an internationally known thing. 

Oregon Means Biodynamic Wine Brilliance

Author Katherine Cole recommends 5 wines to try
Sep 30, 2011 2:01 pm
Montinore Vineyards in Oregon

A cow intestine stuffed with chamomile flowers. Chopped-up oak bark, packed into a farm animal’s skull. These may sound like a witch’s playbook, but they’re actually part of the preparations (“preps,” for short) required for biodynamic farming.

Preview: Outside Lands Music Festival

Sex & drugs give way to wine, food & Rock 'n' Roll
Aug 11, 2011 3:01 pm
Photo: Cameron Neilson

There once was a time when a rock festival in the Bay Area meant good tunes and a groovy crowd under a massive cloud of pot smoke. But that’s your grandma’s music festival. This weekend, at the three-day Outside Lands Music Festival, 70 bands, including Arcade Fire, The Black Keys, The...

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