The highlight of the event was the Austrian section featuring Forstreiter, Andau, Fritsch, Stadlmann, Weninger and Nittnaus. I spent the majority of the afternoon there savoring each Gruner and Zweigelt but the most exciting part was meeting Toni Silver from Grooner. She is the spritely spokesperson for the brand and is pictured on the bottles. Visit our Facebook page for pictures of the event.
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A Second Helping of Life is a tasting event featuring NY’s top women chefs.
All proceeds benefit SHARE (www.sharecancersupport.org).
Monday, Sept. 20, 2010
Tickets: call 212-937-5581
The Seventh Annual “A Second Helping of Life” is a tasting event featuring New York’s top women chefs.
All proceeds support SHARE: Self-Help for Women with Breast or Ovarian Cancer.
Monday, September 20, 2010
For tickets, call 212-937-5581
25+ women chefs serve their signature dishes, with the help of celebrity sous chefs
Wine, alcohol, and artisanal beverages served
Live and silent auctions
Beautiful views of the Hudson River!
Alex Guarnaschelli, Exec. Chef, Butter
Jennifer Appel, Pastry, Buttercup Bakeshop
CELEBRITY SOUS CHEFS
Jane Alexander, Actress
If you are an oenophile or a foodie or just looking for something fun to do you can’t go wrong with NYC Food and Wine Festival. From wine seminars to cooking classes to tastings to dinners with hosts such as Martha Stewart and Paula Deen. Starting Thursday September 29th until Sunday October 2nd the opportunities are endless!
Tickets are still available for Eat.Drink.End.Hunger in NYC from September 29th-October 2nd. 100% of the net proceeds from the Festival benefit the Food Bank For New York City and Share Our Strength®
To get tickets, click here to visit NYC Wine & Food Festival or call 866.969.2933.
Michelle Edwards and Daniel Fischl, owners of Linnaea Winery in Victoria Australia have an unusual system when it comes to wine testing. Each bottle has a label that reads: Approved by Miss Louisa Belle (and may contain dog snot).
Fischl tells The Herald Sun that Miss Louisa knows if a glass or barrel of wine is off due to tainted corks just by raising a nostril at it. Daniel says, “Most wineries rely on the human nose but that is time-consuming, costly and nowhere near as reliable as Belle, whose nose is 2000 times more sensitive than ours.” Miss Louisa’s nose can also sniff out mildew leaves on vines and faulty corks.
Coming from a long line of search-and-rescue dogs, Miss Belle has a keen sense of smell, but opted to abandon the family profession for sniffing wine. We’re sure her lineage of superior olfactory sense sure comes in handy!
For all you dog loving oenophiles you don’t have to travel to Australia to incorporate the two. This Wednesday, you can help mans best friend and enjoy some delicious wines!
Bideawee is collaborating with 67 Wine for a summer wine tasting event on August 10, 2011 from 4:00 – 7:00PM to raise funds to help support that wide variety of programs that Bideawee offers pets and the people that love them. Below is the information Bidawee has put out about the event:
The partnership between Bideawee and 67 Wine brings together two New York City mainstays to offer pet lovers the opportunity to taste three distinct styles of wines from the Les Compagnons collection from Gabriella Wines at 67 Wine’s Columbus Avenue location on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. At this pet friendly event, attendees will also enjoy light snacks and the pleasure of mingling with other pet lovers and their dogs. To commemorate the event each guest will receive a Bideawee wine glass and 67 Wine will donate $1.00 for each bottle of wine purchased during the event to Bideawee. Raffle drawings and prizes for wine enthusiasts and dog loving attendees will be held throughout the evening.
Bideawee adoptable dogs will be on site in hopes of finding a new forever home.
179 Columbus Avenue (at 68th Street)
Wine tasting event fee is a $10.00 donation to Bideawee. Well-behaved dogs are welcome and will receive complimentary treats and gifts from The New York Dog Shop.
For more information, contact Amy Hraniotis, Bideawee Event Manager, at (516) 785-4687, ext. 369
Maybe you’ll find a Miss Louisa Belle of your own!