Tag Archives: wine-wise

Spring, Finally! How About Some Wine?

In the Hudson Valley this year, springtime has felt more like an extended late-winter. A warm March prompted us to settle into spring extremely early, and the same could be said for the local vegetation. But when things cooled right … Continue reading

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Common Scents, Uncommon Flavors: 2 Recipes From DRIVEN’s November Wine Seminar

One would assume that during a wine tasting class, it’s all about the wine. But when DRIVEN creates a wine class, the food and the wine share equal space at center-stage. November 15th’s Common Scents wine event at GLG was … Continue reading

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D’Lish! One Special Recipe From DRIVEN’s Wine & Food Pairing Event

When DRIVEN hosts a wine & food pairing, our goal is to keep it fun and delicious above all. Just ask any of the attendees of this week’s Spring & Summer Sippin’ event if they would agree, and you might … Continue reading

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Wine Myth-Conceptions, Part Three: Keeping an Open Mind

Spending over a decade working as a retail wine shop manager, I was exposed to a vast sea of different wines, being fortunate enough to have tasted upwards of 20,000 of ‘em! Yet, before I even reached my 100th sip, … Continue reading

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Wine “Myth-Conceptions”, Part 1: The Truth Shall Prevail!

America: Welcome to the 21st century! -a time that is most exciting not for its technologies or music or politics, but for its beverage culture! We in the U.S. have finally woken up to and embraced the diverse world of … Continue reading

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To Nosh, or Not To Nosh: The Prospects of Eating and Drinking at Networking Events

These days, it’s all about networking. If you’ve been to one of our Women’s Advancement Compact community events, you’ve surely noticed that networking is half the picture. We even hold events that give instruction on networking. But until now, there’s … Continue reading

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The Anchin Effect: An Evening of Wine & Food Education Opens Minds

When everyone in the room is on the same page, you can just sense it. A prime example was last Wednesday evening’s gathering of 20 ladies at Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP for a little education, a little business networking, … Continue reading

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Afternoon Pasta….Goldie’s Style!

Sometimes, recipes are inspired by the moment you’re in, but are rooted in the past. For instance, I recently made a pasta dish that I’ve never prepared exactly that way before, but with respect to ingredients, was not so far … Continue reading

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A Religious Experience: The Rise of Quality Kosher-For-Passover Wine

If you had approached me 15 years ago about a recommendation for a fine kosher wine, I would have told you it’s an oxymoron. Much like the organic wines of the time, kosher and Kosher-for-Passover wines had a poor reputation … Continue reading

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The Wine Insiders: Three Classy Euro Whites to Seek Out

Attending high-profile wine trade tastings is one way that Deborah and I stay current on what’s hot in our vast wine market. Tasting season is fully underway in NYC, home to perhaps the most immense wine distribution system in the … Continue reading

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