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Greater Purpose Wines Aims to Make a Difference in the World

The grandchildren of the famous Julio Gallo grew up working in vineyards for much of their youth, picking grapes during harvest every year and living immersed in wine culture.Now Ashley and Austin Coleman have launched Greater Purpose Wines (in November 2010), whose mission is to not only create delicious, approachable wine, but just as importantly, to make a difference in the world around them.

Join the Wine Club at Auberge du Soleil

Auberge du Soleil, the iconic Michelin-star restaurant and premier luxury resort, announced the debut of its exclusive Club Vin du Soleil delivering exceptional, rare, and often limited-production wines to members in their homes.

Spanish Flavors Abound at Panama's Trump Ocean Club

Executive Chef Daniel Bausà Peris is bringing the flavors of his native Barcelona to the dining experiences at Trump Ocean Club International Hotel & Tower Panama, opening July 6, 2011.Iberian-inspired dishes will mingle with local Panamanian and international specialties on menus at the hotel's signature Tejas Restaurant & Bar, casual BARcelona Tapas Restaurant & Bar, and al fresco Azul Pool Bar & Grill.

New Season, New Menu at Seasons 52

Seasons 52, a fresh grill and wine bar restaurant, is set to introduce its seasonal summer menu on June 21, allowing guests to savor the fresh flavors of the season.  Seasons 52 is known for its seasonally inspired menu and fresh approach to dining that meets the demands of today's culinary-savvy consumers.

Wolfgang Puck's LA Restaurant Offers "Taste of 24"

When the clock strikes 5:00 p.m.on Wednesday, June 8, one of the Los Angeles’ most exciting culinary offerings will debut at WP24 Lounge—Wolfgang Puck’s celebrated modern Chinese restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles.

Two Airport Restaurants Win Design Awards

The beauty of both great ambience and food is celebrated by HMSHost as a first-place winner in the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Washington Metro Chapter’s Celebrate Design! 2011 competition.

White Zinfandel: Born By Accident But Still Going Strong

Mention the sweet pink, white Zinfandel to wine connoisseurs and you’ll get snide remarks to the effect that no one who knows anything about wine drinks it anymore. But they would be wrong.White Zinfandel is a slightly sweet wine made from the red-skinned Zinfandel grape.

Boost Revenue With Wines By The Glass

More than 85 percent of industry professionals believe that consumers are demanding and ordering more wines by the glass than they were in previous years.This is according to a recent survey of more than 150 top sommeliers, wine directors, and hotel and restaurant operators commissioned by Napa Technology, developer of the WineStation Intelligent Preservation and Dispensing System in Campbell, California.

LA Gears Up for Taste of the Nation

Taste of the Nation Los Angeles 2011 takes place on June 12, 2011 in Culver City, California’s Media Park, showcasing 46 of the city’s top chefs, restaurants, and, for the first time ever, bars, mixologists, and local craft breweries.

Hell's Kitchen Welcomes Newest Wine Bar

La Carafe Restaurant and Wine Bar popped the cork this month to celebrate its opening in Hell's Kitchen.. The restaurant, which serves Mediterranean cuisine, has a wine spread of more than 100 vintages.

The Magic Flute

Although associated with New Year’s Eve, weddings, christenings and other special occasions, sparklers, with those refreshing bubbles, sing “summertime” like no other wine.“Our customers think of sparkling wine as more of a summer drink,” says Barb DeVos, a manager at Spill the Wine Restaurant in Minneapolis.

Napa Valley Wine Train Welcomes Vintners for Special Lunches

The Napa Valley Wine Train has announced the all-star cast for its 2011 Vintner's Lunch program.The popular series has been designed to enrich the culinary experience by pairing wines from expert vintners with the perfect dish crafted by executive chef Kelly Macdonald.

Top Picks For Summer Wines

With some sun peeking through the clouds, summer days are mere weeks away.  This change of seasons means restaurant patrons will soon be looking for the perfect summer wine to complement their meal.

Wine By The Glass Consumption Up, Says Survey

Napa Technology, developer of the WineStation, surveyed top sommeliers wine directors, and hotel and restaurant operators to find wine by the glass consumption is increasing and consumers are willing to pay more for an expensive glass that would otherwise be cost prohibitive by the bottle.

Masters of Food & Wine Comes to Park Hyatt Washington

Park Hyatt Washington will host its Masters of Food & Wine, with delicious opportunities from June 2 through 5, to salute the flavors, culture, and talents of American winemakers and chefs, along with featured artist, Christopher Mize.