“Do you guys make Italian food? Do you guys make Mexican food? Then, why not Argentine food? Why not Chilean food? There’s still a lack of understanding about the foods from Argentina and Chile. But we have very European style food,” said Chef Liz Caskey, an American who has lived and worked in South America for the past 15 years. In hopes of clearing up some culinary misconceptions about the two countries, more than 50 Houstonians took a vicarious Tour of Argentina and Chile led by Caskey, who in addition to writing a food and wine blog at www.eatwineblog.com , is a cookbook author and tour leader extraordinaire. The evening class at Central Market’s posh Highland Village cooking school involved five, 2-ounce wine samples paired with five bite-sized servings of some of Argentina and Chile’s most popular dishes. Crios Torrontes, a snappy white wine from Argentina kicked off the class. Torrontes is a grape that was im...
Austria has officially approved 35 grape varieties for quality wine production: 13 red, and 22 white. The proportion of red grapes permitted has doubled within the last twenty years, now accounting for about one-third of the country's vineyard area.
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