Wine

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...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Nov 4 - 2:39pm

A match made in heaven

“The first question I always ask people is what kind of wine they like to drink. I jump from there and pair a cheese with it. “Light-bodied crisp wines, like a pinot grigio go with a light or delicate cheese like the wine. I don’t want to go big. Of course, there are caveats to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Oct 31 - 3:28pm

We gathered a panel of local wine aficionados to sip, savor and evaluate a collection of wine based on value and overall quality. In the process, participants were exposed to some wines they had never tasted, but beyond that, friendships were forged, and fun was had by everyone involved.  ...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2013 Oct 31 - 12:33pm

For the vast majority of us, buying wine can be intimidating. We wonder what will go with pulled pork, trout almandine, jalapeño cheese nachos or beef tenderloin. How do I find out what I like? Do I have to spend a lot of money to get a great wine? Are wines with screw tops not as good? And...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Oct 31 - 10:27am

Owl Bottle Stopper $7.99, World Market, worldmarket.com Urban Trends Wine Tasting Party Kit $7, World Market, worldmarket.com Metrokane Houdini Lever-Style Corkscrew Wine Opener $49, Target, target.com...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Oct 31 - 9:37am

Despite its deceptively quaint space on Foch Street in Fort Worth, Times Ten Cellars is a full-fledged grape-to-glass operation.

Clad in rubber boots and a smile, Dustin Walker stares silently at old notebooks and conversion charts. He’s surrounded by Erlenmeyer flasks, buckets of potassium metabisulfite and an old copy of Fields and Methods of Knowledge. You’d think it was a chemistry classroom—until you...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Oct 30 - 4:18pm

It doesn’t matter if you are a novice or an expert, Fort Worth, Texas magazine’s Wine Lover’s Guide covers everything from the best wine lists in town and cool wine gadgets to a local wine tasting event and a grape-to-glass explanation. So pour...

Posted By Sonya Cisneros Curry on 2013 Jul 11 - 6:29pm

Every girl needs a little TLC from time to time. Mine came in the form of caviar “tacos” and artichoke carpaccio at Twenty at the Tower on June 23. Husband in tow, I zipped eagerly across Taylor Street. I stopped short when I spotted the TLC Catering vehicle. No doubt about it. Chef Tim...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Feb 28 - 9:37am

Modern day Grapevine first saw settlers in around 1850, with a store near where the town square was later built and at the site where the restored Torian log cabin stands today. It has been known by a variety of names: Cross Timbers, Grape Vine Springs, Leonardville, Dunnville, Grape Vine and...

Posted By james.verheyen on 2012 Nov 5 - 2:15pm

Enjoying good food and drink while raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation was the name of the game for the 65 Roses event.

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