National Beverage

(708)345-1055 1401 West Roosevelt Road
Broadview, IL 60155-4019
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  • This site (app? service?) looks potentially useful in finding more places where you can BYO, and perhaps in promoting their increase. Seems to be new, starting in Southern California, but has anyone already used the site locally? Just did a search and found only two restaurants each covered in Ventura and Thousand Oaks, zero in Santa Barbara, fo... Read More

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  • Allergens will soon be on the retreat in the United Kingdom. This week marks the Dec. 13 deadline in which UK food and beverage producers must provide allergen labeling on their products as part of the 2013 UK Food Information Regulations. The new labeling regulations are part of the European Union Provision of Food Information to Consumers Regu... Read More

    From the article Label Initiative Set To Launch For UK Wines, Food


  • Imagine France without wine. Bizarre, non? Wine is so associated with French culture, you would think they invented the stuff. (The Greeks and Etruscans taught them. Shhh.) Man has been making wine for thousands of years, but the French made it big business, refining it and marketing it to a thirsty world. While the image of French wine has argu... Read More

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  • As a person who loves and frequently enjoys wine, I have been very disturbed lately by world, and various govt agencies, calling all ETOH consumption, including wine, to be "deadly", for the most part.    I have posted on this before, citing an article wherein the WHO called ethanol a major carcinogen.  While most just ignore this hype and move ... Read More

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  • Texas Roussanne Tasted Blind Against California and France - Comes Out Top by Andrew ChalkWe have reported that the Roussanne grape does well in Texas’s climate and soil and pondered whether it is the next breakthrough Texas grape. The answer will come when Texas Roussanne wines match the quality of Roussanne wines from California. In order to f... Read More

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  • So here's the next challenge I'm throwing down to those who think they can match wine to anything. ;-)Even more tropical than the last challenge--match wines to this locale ,,,       and to these foods (lots of poultry)...      Read More

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  • I'm making a lasagne bolognese for a dinner party (the whole deal from scratch, including pasta) and I want to get an interesting Italian red to pair with it. I'd love to get a Barolo but the cost is a bit prohibitive...I'm like to keep it at about 15 a bottle or less.Also maybe a light Italian white to have with appetizers. Unfortunately I live... Read More

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  •  Following a Wall Street Journal article yesterday, wine sites and blogs are exploding with news that Robert Parker has sold a substantial share of The Wine Advocate to a group of young investors in Singapore. The "game-changing" publication will see some major changes. Do you think these changes will be a good thing or do they risk losing subsc... Read More

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  • Miami’s swagger is in its culture, cuisine and nightlife; it was simply built to be open 24 hours a day. Whether you are trying to escape a snow-covered driveway or just ready to work on your tan, any trip to Miami should be plan according to your interest. No matter what time of year it is, Miami has something exciting to do for all visitors. I... Read More

    From the article Miami Nightlife


  • Wine Experts' Palates 'More Sensitive than Others', Study FindsResults suggest expert opinions may be irrelevant to consumersMarch 6, 2012 — A new study found that wine experts might be more sensitive to taste than average wine consumers, according to Penn State Live.According to John Hayes, director of Penn State University’s sensory evaluation... Read More

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