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Food & Wine: California gave restaurants permission to sell their wine inventory over the counter, curbside, whatever

This is a major concession from the Alcohol control people to keep businesses afloat. Drink up!
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By: cazalea
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TimeOut: I would add- don't screw down the crown too tightly

It would be better not to put tension on the stem and movement. Mine goes one full turn, perhaps a bit more before it stops. You could try turning your crown until it stops, then back just a tiny bit. Cazalea
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By: cazalea
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Food & Wine: The “2004 Solo orange” was memorable and drinkable

It was probably past it’s prime but it was primitive grapes in clay amphora jars with no intervention by winemakers — definitely unique. My favorite is the German dry Pinot but I’m still probably going to buy some of that local wine from San Guajito. BTW it took us 5 hours of drinking to decide ...
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By: cazalea
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Food & Wine: Drinking at a distance

Most memor able Tasting Rose
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By: cazalea
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Food & Wine: Do you recognize this picture?

My aunt and uncle had a home in Napa for about 50 years. My sister's brother-in-law did this collage of notable Napa figures over the last half of the 20th century Cazalea
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By: cazalea
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Food & Wine: No, its a pine cabinet used in offices - Scandinavian

It's just enormously bigger version of a card catalog. I have several (they seemed like a good idea at the time) The other one has fewer and larger drawers.
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By: cazalea
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Food & Wine: A note I got from a friend in Northern Calif

“My wine storage warehouse closed but then a friend of mine who is wine director at a restaurant was selling their inventory at cost. It was crazy...Krug for $100/bottle, etc. and then on the way out the door they just full on gave me a bottle of Sine qua non Next of Kyn for free ($350 retail). Craz
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By: cazalea
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Food & Wine: I guess I like dry rosé best, then champagne, then pinot

Since I've had some sinus issues I can't fully appreciate the bouquet of a big red. So those are aging while I work through this. I'm not much of a hard alcohol / mixed drink guy, to be honest, but I have a few single malts that are used for medicinal purposes only.
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By: cazalea
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