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  • After the fall: The stories of three niche wine makers

    After the fall: The stories of three niche wine makers
    To paraphrase Tolstoy (poorly): All happy wineries resemble one another; each unhappy winery is unhappy in its own way. As the economy continues to affect the California wine industry, there is a prevailing feeling of dread among industry analysts and...
  • Ngu Binh details: Location, hours and more

    Ngu Binh details: Location, hours and more
    Location: 14072 Magnolia St., No. 107, Westminster. (714) 903-6000 Price: Entrees $6 to $7. Drinks $1 to $3. Best dishes: No. 11, banh beo chen (steamed rice pancakes in small dishes); No. 15, banh it kep banh ram (steamed rice cake stuffed in fried...
  • Sauvignon Republic: a Sauvignon Blanc specialist

    AS HE stands before his Sensory Evaluation of Wine class at UC Davis Extension, John Buechsenstein, winemaker, professor and commercial vineyard location scout, sticks his nose into the tilted wine glass and breathes in deeply. Ah, Sauvignon Blanc: the...
  • Oregon Pinot Gris puts flash in the glass

    IN the glass, Pinot Gris is anything but "gray" -- it's sort of a golden green, pea-tendril-shot-with-sunlight color -- but when you bring it to your nose, you might feel a little lost at first. In the best Pinot Gris there is often an evocative, between-...
  • Cabernet Franc wines from France, Napa and Columbia Valley

    SOMETIMES the gallery of Bordeaux varieties resembles a dynamic trio of comic-book heroes: Cabernet Sauvignon is the beefy, muscle-bound brute -- Lord of the Medoc, as well as of Napa Valley and points beyond. Merlot is rather willowy by comparison but...
  • After Mondavi, who will lead Napa winemaking?

    NAPA Valley lost a charismatic leader when Robert Mondavi died on Friday. Has the Napa Valley that fostered such a maverick passed as well? Mondavi's Napa was the Wild West of winemaking. For the dozen wineries in operation in 1966, costs were low, there...
  • Baseball, booze and a send-off

    SO THE Blue Jay Sluggers cap their undefeated season -- no wins, no losses, 14 ties -- with a party in the park. It's a lavish display befitting today's modern athlete: food, gifts and groupies (in this case, the boys' moms). "Want some lemonade?" one of...
  • Why we don't let him do reviews

    Finally caught up to "Juno," the supposedly sensational little flick about teen angst. Well, let me warn you. Nothing explodes. No one gets shot. I don't remember a single car chase. They call this a movie? There's lots of salty language, sure, but...
  • Coffee's trained tasters know their beans and brews

    Dora Jaramillo slides off the top of a wooden box to reveal 36 numbered vials of "perfume." Each number in the kit corresponds to a different aroma commonly found in coffee, some positive (lemon and butter) and some not so positive (medicinal and rubber)....
  • Meltdown in your wineglass?

    THE "post-classic" era of winemaking is dawning, according to experts at the second Climate Change & Wine conference in Barcelona, Spain, at the end of last week. And it's going to be full of nasty surprises. What might "post-classic" wine be like?...
  • A wine label overhaul: Meet the man who'd change your AVA

    A wine label overhaul: Meet the man who'd change your AVA
    IN a small, windowless laboratory -- far removed from romantic vineyard vistas -- scientists at the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) are attempting what most wine lovers would say is impossible. They are developing a test for terroir,...