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Special Pass & Provisions Dinner Showcases Female Winemakers

Posted: April 12, 2017 at 3:51 pm   /   News

When it comes to wine, there is hardly a shortage of wonderful selections coming out of the West Coast, but there is a shortage of wines produced by female grape growers and winemakers. A 2015 survey from Santa Clara University revealed that just 10-percent of lead winemakers at California’s 3,400-plus wineries are female. As part […]

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Food Finds: Cafe Azur Launches New Lunch Menu

Posted: April 6, 2017 at 4:19 pm   /   Featured, Food Finds, French

In the fall of 2016, the building that formerly housed Brasserie Max & Julie gained a new tenant: French Riviera-inspired Cafe Azur. Cool turquoise, crisp whites and colorful paintings replaced the darker, heavier environs of the bistro and brighter (if not necessarily lighter) fare to match.  Helmed by chef Sidney DeGaine and his wife/business partner Maria, the concept also draws […]

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Greek red wine at Helen

5 Greek Wine Selections And How To Pair Each With Food

Posted: March 30, 2017 at 12:05 pm   /   Wine

When it comes to wine, the sentiment “it’s all Greek to me” is a good thing, especially when experts like Evan Turner of Helen Greek Food & Wine are available for guidance. Though varietals from California, Italy and France get the lion’s share of attention from American wine aficionados, bottles from the land of antiquity […]

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