RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Wines

A collection of news and information related to Wines published by this site and its partners.

Top Wines Articles

Displaying items 13-24
  • Le Beaujolais Nouveau Est Arrivé!

    Besides being a reminder that Thanksgiving is a week away, the third Thursday in November marks the yearly arrival of Beaujolais Nouveau, the wine made from Gamay grapes (the predominant grape varietal of Beaujolais), recently harvested, fermented...
  • Get Wine-Smart at the Maryland Science Center

    Ever wonder what all the wine swirling and sniffing is about? If so, check out Science Uncorked: Sight & Smell, the latest in a series of wine tasting and food pairing events sponsored by the Maryland Science Center, on Thursday, Sept. 8, at 7:00 p.m....
  • The Grand Prix Fixe

    Happy hours, burger specials, and half-price wine nights have become a fixture around town.  But a recent email from the Wine Market announcing $35 prix fixe dinners reminded us that there are more elegant ways for the cash-strapped to have an evening...
  • Vino Rosina to close, Sandlin planning new restaurant

    Vino Rosina will close on July 20th after three years. But Jesse Sandlin, the Top Chef alum who opened the Harbor East spot, left for a spell and returned, is closing the place with glee in her voice and a glint in her eye. When the the wine-focused,...
  • What's good today? "He Said Beer, She Said Wine," Lawrence Weschler, Aaron Camper

    [caption id="attachment_20702" align="alignright" width="300"] Credit: Instagram.[/caption] Sommeliers and head bartenders are basically like the Jets and the Sharks, or so we've been told. As part of He Said Beer, She Said Wine at Wit & Wisdom, bartender...
  • Dining

    Dining
    Once upon a time, local food in Baltimore meant sauerkraut and Berger cookies, pit beef and crabs slathered in Old Bay. Today, it still means all that, but also fermented radishes and pigs that spend their lives foraging for acorns in the woods. As each...
  • Big Cheese

    Big Cheese
    You walk into a cheese shop-looking to impress a date or to up the ante at a dinner party-and you find yourself looking at 50-plus varieties with names like Bonde D'Antan, Taleggio, and Tomme de Savoie. Head spinning, you eventually just grab something...
  • Cheese 101

    Cheese 101
    "Essentially you're trying to turn milk into a solid object through getting it to coagulate, cutting it, getting it to expel as much moisture as possible, and aging it," head Wine Source cheesemonger Adam Engle says of cheese's farm-to-table journey....
  • French Kitchen

    French Kitchen
    After an inexplicable 45-minute wait for starters, our meal at the French Kitchen (20 W. Baltimore St., [410] 539-8400, lordbaltimorehotel.com) had crossed into "comically bad" territory. It was a Friday night, we were but a small table for two, and the...
  • Rhubarb Poppy

    Rhubarb Poppy
    As you stroll through Baltimore's farmers markets this spring, you may notice what looks like dark-pink celery at your favorite farmer's stand. It's rhubarb, a very interesting plant (some classify it as a fruit, others see it as a vegetable) that is tart...
  • Juice

    Juice
    Over the millennia, wines have become densely interwoven with Italy's regional cuisines. For Italians, arguably more than other people, wine and food are inextricable, and both constitute integral parts of life. Italian wine, food, and spirit all promise...
  • Breweries and Wineries

    Breweries and Wineries
    Whether you’re kicking back on the weekend or just visiting, there’s nothing so pleasant as traveling to the actual brewery or winery that produces the boozy goodness that flows through a city’s taps and glasses. We’re lucky in...