Results tagged with 'wine'
Published April 22, 2017
Summer is beer season in Milwaukee, it's true, but in spring, when the temps can fluctuate wildly, a nice glass of red wine can still warm the soul. Here are four Italian reds I've tasted recently that are worth scouting at fine wine purveyors around town ...
Published March 8, 2017
It's been almost two years since Lovino Sangria disappeared from store shelves, leaving fans of the refreshing party-perfect beverage in the lurch. But, thanks to Jennifer Clearwater, who purchased the recipe and brand, the sangria is making a comeback.
Published March 7, 2017
Chicago wine and food writer Tom Hyland celebrates the cuisine of Italy's Piemonte region in "The Wines and Foods of Piemonte." On Saturday, March 11, Ristorante Bartolotta fetes the book with a special lunch featuring Piemontese food and wine pairings.
Published March 1, 2017
Has it been a while since you've been to c.1880? If so, you might want to consider a visit. The restaurant just rolled out a brand new monthly "Flights & Bites" menu, which will be available Tuesday through Thursday evenings. And it's pretty delicious.
Published Feb. 17, 2017
Saturday is National Wine Day, so here's our "two cents" on a $2.89 bottle of wine.
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Milwaukee: A Love Story
by Sukey Pett
What I knew about Milwaukee when I moved here two years ago: that Rod Stewart and Jerry Lee Lewis had done great covers of "What's Made Milwaukee Famous", that there was a lot of beer here and it was in the Mid...
In an industry where the odds are stacked against the artist, Brett Newski is weathering the storm. From 2011-2014 he toured six continents, playing over 600 shows in America, South Africa, Australia, Asia, and Europe. Newski’s hard-driving folk energy has been compared to t...
Warren Wiegratz, Pam Duronio & Tim Stemper combined their creative passions to form a lively & contemporary jazz•pop bossa•samba music ensemble called VIVO. Although Warren is famed for his saxophone work, you’ll also have the opportunity to experience his flute & m...
A spontaneous, combustible and genre-bending fusion of zydeco, blues, roots rock and even Tex-mex. Copper Box’s sound connects the upbeat sounds of the upper Midwest with southern soul and fills it with groove and grit! Watch CBx bring in 2013 at nines --- http://www.yo...
Sawdust Symphony is an "American New Grass" string band, blending traditional bluegrass style with high energy contemporary musical forms. The members of the band are all from the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. The group combines the members varying playing experience in bluegrass, old-...
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