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The Cellar: Loire & More Day 10

A 3D map of Chablis that shows the single vineyards sites

I spent yesterday, the last day of this year’s trip to France, visiting with Julien Brocard and touring his family’s gorgeous...

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 9

Regional map of Burgundy

I spent yesterday traveling from Sancerre and the Loire Valley to Côte de Beaune in Burgundy – more specifically to (perhaps) the most...

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 8

A vineyard in Sancerre

I spent yesterday and today in the picturesque wine region of Sancerre tasting white wines, as well as reds. Now, most of you will probably...

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 7

Chateau Fesles

I spent all day today with Arnaut Saget from Domaine Saget La Perriere exploring his family’s Estate in Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé. I...

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 6

Remy calls this collection of vineyards 'The Sea of Chenin'

I had a feeling today was going to be interesting when I set out from Tours and continued east along the Loire River to the...

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 5

Thierry and Christine Boucard

Early this morning I left Angers and headed east towards the city of Tours. On the way I stopped by Domaine de la Chanteleuserie located...

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 4

Cabernet Franc grapes yet to be harvested.

After leaving Nantes and Muscadet behind me I found myself waking up right across the street from the beautiful Chateau d’Angers. Angers is...

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 3

Gregory Le Roch

Day #3 – Muscadet: Today started out cold and rainy as I set off from Nantes on my second full day of exploring Muscadet. My first...

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 2

Muscadet

Day #2 – Muscadet: Even though I drove more than 250 miles through the French countryside yesterday, I managed not to lay my eyes on a single...

The Cellar: Loire & More Day 1

Loire Valley

Every year I travel to one of the major wine regions abroad. This year I am in France. More specifically the Loire Valley where I...

The Cellar: 2 Outstanding (unusual) Reds

As with most of the wines I review, this week’s two features are meant to challenge the way you shop for wine. That...

The Cellar: Two Wines You Should Always Have On Hand

This week’s wines are two bottles you should always have on hand; a great, every-day $10 red and of course a bottle of fantastic...

Culinary Underground School to Host Food Tour in Liguria, Italy

The Culinary Underground of Southborough, MA, will host a food tour of Liguria, Italy in October 2014.

The Cellar: Last Chance for Rosé

2013 Vinha Da Defesa Rosé

Summer is sadly coming to an end and with it so are the availability of Rosé wine.

The Cellar: The King of Wines

’08 Cannubi Barolo from Damilano

There are certain wines in this world that need no introduction. This week’s feature is such a wine. I am of course talking...

Dunkin’ Donuts Tops List for ‘Most Significant’ Chain Restaurant in Massachusetts

Dunkin' Donuts was named the "most significant restaurant chain" in Massachusetts by Thrillist on Labor Day.

The Cellar: Late Summer Values

Vilacetinho

While this week saw some fantastic weather there is no getting around the fact that cooler weather is on the horizon. If you are anything...

The Cellar: New Zealand Pinot Noir

If you have any familiarity with the wines of New Zealand it is probably the grassy ‘New Zealand style’ Sauvignon Blanc.

United Neighbors of Fitchburg to Host Many Flavors Fundraiser

The United Neighbors of Fitchburg will present the annual Many Flavors of Fitchburg fundraiser on October 9 from 5 to 7 p.m.

slides: Fifth Annual Worcester Restaurant Week Summer Edition to Begin August 4

The Fifth Annual Worcester Restaurant Week Summer Edition will be held from August 4-16. Over 40 Worcester area restaurants will be joining together for the 5th...

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