Anne Amie Vineyards Rosé of Pinot Gris 2017 - Don’t let the dark color of this rosé scare you off. It is supremely complex and food-friendly, bursting with ripe apricot fruit, tangy tangerine, and juicy cherries, accented with salted almonds, and ending in a long, textured finish.
A roundup of Oregon wines would not be complete without mentioning Kate Norris, co-owner and co-winemaker of Division Winemaking Co. “I love Oregon pinot, and I also love that there is room in our wine culture and wine community here to explore other varietals,” says Norris. “We never stop adventuring and pioneering.”
We love restaurants that transport us, and lately they’ve been taking us somewhere unexpected: Granny’s house. Decidedly retro wallpapers are so right now. Consider the moody tropical prints at Oklahoma City’s Bar Arbolada and the framed berries and birds at Canard in Portland, OR.
James Beard Award-winning chef Gabriel Rucker says he decided to put a Paris-Brest on his menu at Canard after seeing Lefebvre make his version on Mind of a Chef. “I saw Ludo go to France and make it and I thought, ‘That’s the kind of dessert I want to make for Canard.’”
Canard, Little Bird and Le Pigeon's Co-Owner and Wine Director Andrew Fortgang gives insight on guests' common wine fears.
From LA to DC, the dishes emerging from the country’s most exciting restaurants narrate personal stories like never before.
Food & Wine features Division Winemaking Company's Méthode Carbonique Pinot Noir.
The ninth annual Counter Culture Wine & Food Festival will take place at Anne Amie Vineyards in Carlton, OR on July 26th.
At the latest venture from the team behind Le Pigeon and Little Bird, partner and wine director Andy Fortgang is redefining what a "casual" wine list should look like.
This month, you can treat your taste buds to bloom-inspired ice cream, thanks to the inventive minds at Salt & Straw.
Canard opened in Portland, Oregon on April 16th.
On weekdays from 2:30-5:00 p.m. at Little Bird, part of two-time James Beard award-winner Gabriel Rucker’s local mini-empire, choose from half-priced oysters, roasted marrow bones, foie gras torchon, and a double-patty burger with brie ($7), a rich, messy, thoroughly satisfying affair that’s well worth the extra napkins.
The cult-favorite West Coast-based ice cream company will be serving park-goers as early as the fall.
Canard, the wine bar from James Beard Award-winning chef Rucker and wine director Andy Fortgang, opens right next door to their foundational Portland French restaurant Le Pigeon.
Ryan Fox's hyped and hyper-popular Nomad pop-up turned restaurant is among the best new restaurants in the country. Click the image above to read more!
LA may have patios and beaches with sunshine year round, but Portlanders welcome any weather that allows them to dine outside. Los Angeles Times writer, Alice Short, shares her tips and favorite spots for dining outside in the Rose City, including Bollywood Theater and Salt & Straw.