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Friday December 21st 2012, 11:26 pm
Filed under: Apothecary,Produce

All About Antioxidants
Help your body fight disease, and look younger doing it. Here’s a chart to help you select which foods you’ll want to start eating, and the benefits they’ll add to your lifestyle.

“The amount of antioxidants in your body is directly proportional to how long you will live.”- Dr. Richard Cutler, former Director of the National Institute of Aging, Washington



Interview with Madeline Triffon, Our First Lady of Wine
Friday December 21st 2012, 11:17 pm
Filed under: Mad Picks | Wine, Beer, & Spirits,Uncategorized

Our in-house Master Sommelier, Madeline Triffon, sat down with WDVD’s Blaine and Allyson for some “Bubbly Banter” in a segment we’ve come to call Entertaining with Taste. Madeline gives us the scoop on Sparkling Wine just in time for the Holiday Season.

Take a listen at  96.3 WDVD Interview

Or download the Champagne Tasting Notes with some helpful hints on Champagne, Not Just for Toasts!

Check out Blaine and Allyson’s website for more ideas on how to Entertain with Taste and listen live on January 3rd for a chance to win a Plum Market Gift Card!

 

 

 



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Must-try Fruit of the Winter Season
Monday December 03rd 2012, 9:54 pm
Filed under: Produce



A Syrah That Will Bring You Back
Monday December 03rd 2012, 4:51 pm
Filed under: Mad Picks | Wine, Beer, & Spirits

If you have recently moved away from Syrah after many disappointments, this is the one wine that ought to bring you back. Domaine Durand is from two brothers, Eric and Joël, whose vineyards lie in France’s Northern Rhône, home of the greatest Syrahs the world has ever seen. The Durands own vineyards in Cornas and St. Joseph, two of Northern Rhône’s choicest sites and their recently released 2010 Syrah is perhaps their finest yet. A blend of younger vines from the estate vineyards, it offers an explosion of flavors which seduce and caress the palate without overpowering it. Black raspberries, anise, bacon come to mind . . . along with a finish that lingers on and on. By far our best-value Syrah.

This recommendation brought you by Rod Johnson, wine team leader in Ann Arbor