Wine

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Jul 18 - 2:46pm

Ellerbe Fine Foods, the creation of chef Molly McCook and longtime business partner and operator Richard King, celebrates its 10th year in business next year. The restaurant, its farm-to-table concept focused on foods purchased directly from local producers, made Bon Appetit’s 10 Best New...

Posted By Molly Jenkins on 2017 Apr 27 - 10:47am

The Sundance Square location of Oliver’s Fine Foods restaurant and market closed this week and is set to be replaced by In the Sack, a store with a similar concept to Oliver’s that offers free delivery of alcohol. Oliver’s Sundance Square location at 415 Throckmorton St....

Posted By Molly Jenkins on 2017 Apr 18 - 11:45am

It’s Hump Day, and you need something to get over the hump. That’s where wine steps in. Sure, wine might not solve all your problems, but with these can’t-miss deals, at least one problem is solved. So grab a bottle, a friend and an Uber, then check these out. Taverna...

Posted By Molly Jenkins on 2017 Mar 10 - 1:05pm

  Well the doom and gloom of rainy weather has found itself back in Fort Worth once again, but no need to fear. Rainy days don’t have to be a drag – in fact, they can be fun. Here is a list of things to do that’ll make you cheerier than the cast of Singin’ In The Rain...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2016 Aug 16 - 10:43am

Washington State is divided into 13 official American Viticultural Areas with more than 900 winemakers creating more 90+ vintages than anywhere in the country. As the country’s second largest wine producer, specializing primarily in premium wines and chock-full of charming towns and stunning...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Jan 20 - 11:15am

One of the most awarded wineries in Texas, Messina Hof, recently opened in historic downtown Grapevine in the reconstructed Wallis Hotel at 201 S. Main St. The winemaking heritage of the Bonarrigo family dates back six generations to Messina, Sicily. Messina Hof in Grapevine is an urban winery,...

Posted By Heywood on 2014 Oct 27 - 2:23pm

For the love of wine

| illustration by Charles Marsh | There are many of us who get all giddy at the idea of going on wine tours, visiting Napa Valley or just sipping a little Merlot at lunch. For the longest time, I wasn’t one of them. I just never could acquire a liking for it. Unfortunately, there...

Posted By Judie Byrd on 2014 Oct 27 - 1:31pm

From what’s trending according to local wine experts and how to spot a bad bottle to cooking with wine and basic serving protocol, our annual wine-lovers’ feature won’t leave you thirsty.

What makes an expert? Dana Schrick estimates that she tastes and judges more than 5,000 wines each year and says, “I love to dissect a wine and jot the findings in my journal, and I really enjoy arguing about a wine to the point of having to open...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2013 Dec 11 - 11:47am

Pull out the fine stemware because this month we’re headed south to the 13 wineries and vineyards you’ll experience in the Texas wine country surrounding Fredericksburg Wine Road 290.

To simply write that Fredericksburg Wine Road 290 is a collection of 13 wineries stretched out along 45 miles of U.S. Highway 290 from Fredericksburg to Johnson City would risk suggesting that this is merely a winegrowing community and U.S. 290 is just a road passing through. Such a suggestion...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Nov 4 - 2:45pm

Last year just shy of its 60th anniversary, Frank Kent Motor Company opened the largest Cadillac facility in the Southwest. Typically, one wouldn’t think of visiting a car dealership to experience fine wine, but this may be the exception. The shop, Cadillac Wines, within Frank Kent Cadillac...

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