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WINE of the WEEK: 2013 Three Sticks Wines Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir

In 2002, William S. Price III traded a flourishing business career for a life amidst the sun-drenched vineyards of Sonoma County, Calif. With the creation of Three Sticks Wines (an ode to his childhood moniker, which referenced the Roman numerals that follow his name), he sought to create high-caliber wines for connoisseurs in California and beyond. Show More Summary

'Kimmy Schmidt' Star Tituss Burgess Follows Up 'Pinot Noir' With Ode To Multicultural Penis

If you've ever watched "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," chances are you've sung along to Titus Andromedon's self-professed "ode to black penis," aptly titled "Pinot Noir."  But what about all the other shades of D? Do those packages deserve praise? Here at HuffPost Live, we definitely think they do -- and Tituss Burgess, the actor behind Titus, agrees. Show More Summary

'Kimmy Schmidt' Star Tituss Burgess Follows Up 'Pinot Noir' With Ode To Multicultural Penis

If you've ever watched "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," chances are you've sung along to Titus Andromedon's self-professed "ode to black penis," aptly titled "Pinot Noir." But what about all the other shades of D? Do those packages deserve praise? Here at HuffPost Live, we definitely think they do -- and Tituss Burgess, the actor behind Titus, agrees. Show More Summary

'Kimmy Schmidt' Star Tituss Burgess Follows Up 'Pinot Noir' With Ode To Multicultural Penis

If you've ever watched "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," chances are you've sung along to Titus Andromedon's self-professed "ode to black penis," aptly titled "Pinot Noir."  But what about all the other shades of D? Do those packagesShow More Summary

Tituss Burgess Says 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' Season 2 Will Top 'Pinot Noir'

Little is known about the second season of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," but Tituss Burgess gave fans every reason to have high hopes in a HuffPost Live conversation on Monday. "We find out about Tituss' wedding, and his wife. Why heShow More Summary

Tituss Burgess Says 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' Season 2 Will Top 'Pinot Noir'

Little is known about the second season of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," but Tituss Burgess gave fans every reason to have high hopes in a HuffPost Live conversation on Monday. "We find out about Tituss' wedding, and his wife. Why heShow More Summary

Can Jay Z’s New Ace Of Spades Compete In The World Of Pinot Noirs?

Over time Jay Z has proven himself to be more than your run of the mill rapper. From “Reasonable Doubt” to today, Jay Z has morphed into the consummate businessman. One half of a power couple that includes Beyonce, Jay Z is definitely in an Empire-building state of mind. Show More Summary

This Surfer-Winemaker Harvests Grapes and Hangs Ten

“Both surfing and winemaking connect your senses a lot so there are certain similarities,” says Jean-Charles Villard, a winemaker and surfer whose 40-hectare Chilean winery produces acclaimed Pinot Noir, Syrah, and Cabernet Franc.

Vinography Images: It's Ripe!

It's Ripe! HEALDSBURG, CA: Pinot noir grapes ripening at McMurray Ranch near Healdsburg, California. The combination of drought and exceedingly warm temperatures are pushing the California grape harvest earlier and earlier. INSTRUCTIONS: Download...Show More Summary

Review: Wines of Three Sticks, 2015 Releases

Three Sticks is an emerging cult wine with a serious following for its serious pinot noirs, which are largely under allocation at this point. Recently we received a smattering of its offerings — two chardonnays and three pinots — for… Continue reading ? The post Review: Wines of Three Sticks, 2015 Releases appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Thörle Spätbrugunder 2013 Rheinhessen, Germany

I’m a big Pinot Noir fan. I just love it when it is good, and increasingly it’s becoming much easier to find decent Pinot from around the world, and not just in Burgundy. German Pinot Noir? Well, there’s a lot of it, and there are some really good ones, but there’s also quite a lot [...]

10 Ultimate Experiences in Burgundy

With its promise of fabulous Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Burgundy—Bourgogne in French—lures wine lovers to its gentle landscapes and orderly rows of vines. This summer, UNESCO designated areas of Burgundy's Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune...Show More Summary

Blind Tasting of Pinot Noirs from Around the World

Gary Vaynerchuk blind tastes 3 Pinot Noir wines from 3 different continents. Wines tasted in this episode: 2008 L’arlot Petit Arlot Nuits St. GeorgesNuits Ste…

The Uber effect: New York's biggest taxi magnate files for bankruptcy

Pour one out for Pinot Noir Taxi, Stoli Taxi and Hennessey Taxi. The three companies are owned by Evgeny Freidman, the flashy taxi tycoon who manages the largest private fleet of cabs and drivers in New York City. Freidman filed forShow More Summary

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s Tituss Burgess Cried After He Got His First Emmy Nomination

While there were some expected snubs at the Emmys, there were also delightful surprises — for example, Tituss Burgess snagging his first Emmy nomination for playing Titus “Pinot Noir” Andromedon on Tina Fey and Robert Carlock’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. After the announcement, Vulture called Burgess, who made a point of... More »

Review: 2013 Mark West Pinot Noir California

If there’s a store that sells wine in California that does not have Mark West on the shelves, I haven’t been there. But nine bucks for pinot is a deal that’s pretty tough to beat, so it’s easy to see why… Continue reading ? The post Review: 2013 Mark West Pinot Noir California appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Armand de Brignac Unveils Its Most Expensive Champagne

2 months agoLifestyle / Luxury : Luxuryes

Champagne anyone? Armand de Brignac has launched its most expensive bottle, the Blanc de Noirs. Made entirely from Pinot Noir grapes originating from Montagne de Reims, Chigny-les-Roses and other acclaimed villages such Bouzy, Verzy, and Verzenay, the Blanc De Noirs is aged a minimum of five years. Show More Summary

Review: 2014 Sonoma-Cutrer Sauvignon Blanc

Sonoma-Cutrer is best known for its Chardonnay, which is one of the top-selling wines in American restaurants. The winery makes other bottlings (particularly Pinot Noir), but this year the company branches out into Sauvignon Blanc for the first time ever.… Continue reading ? The post Review: 2014 Sonoma-Cutrer Sauvignon Blanc appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Fish with red wine? Yes, when it's tuna

Tuna, like marlin and swordfish, is a "cow that swims" fish, marine and meaty at the same time. As such, it pairs well with more stalwart wines; whites, of course, but also lighter reds such as pinot noir or some Loire reds.

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