How ‘Barnyard’ Can Be An Attractive Aroma In Wine

Sommelier Sara Lehman used the word “barnyard” to describe the aroma in BJ’s Wellsley Farms Pinot Grigio. She says barnyard can be an attractive characteristic of wine. Watch the video above to see her full explanation. 

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What Does ‘Personality’ In Wine Mean?

The term “personality” is used by wine drinkers to describe wine. In order for a wine to just be more than just itself, it has to have a personality. Minerality, pairability, and winemaking techniques can all contribute to the “personality” of a wine.

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A Sommelier Compared Cheap Wines And The Winner Was Clear

Sara Lehman is the private sommelier and lifestyle director of 160 Madison, which is a luxury, residential high-rise building in Manhattan. She also owns the wine and travel blog Somm in the City. We gave Sara 11 different low-cost wines to try from big-box stores like Costco, Target, BJ’s, and Trader Joe’s. Watch the video above to see how she ranked bottles of cabernet sauvignon, pinot grigio, and rosé, all under $10.

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Inside One Of The World’s Best Restaurants, Noma

The original Noma opened in Copenhagen 15 years ago, surprising guests with its inventive offerings, like dishes disguised as herb pots. Noma was voted number one restaurant in the world four times. But not too long ago, Chef René Redzepi shut everything down. And this latest move could give them back the title.

Noma closed at the end of 2016 before opening its new space in February 2018.

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What Is Fake Meat?

Alternative meat companies are creating products to help dial back on meat consumption. By doing so, they are changing how we see meat. The reason for all this growth can be traced to flexitarians, people who seek protein alternatives. In the US, about six percent of people consider themselves vegan. Another reason is sustainability. Agriculture today accounts for about a third of greenhouse gases.

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How Millennials Are Making Wine Cheaper And More Available Online

Wine’s moving online and becoming cheaper, thanks to millennials. In 2015, Millennials drank 42% of all wine consumed in the US. This prompted winemakers to meet them in their territory – online. And the way wine is being packaged has changed too.

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