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Die wynseleksie by die Grand Tasting was ongelooflik

Dan Myers

Die Grand Tasting is gehou in die groot ballroom van die Marriott Marquis.

Haut-Brion. Dit is van die beste wyne ter wêreld, en hulle is almal 90 punte of hoër deur Wine Spectator, wat hulle in aanmerking kom vir deelname aan die 35ste jaarlikse New York Wine Experience's Grand Tastings van die afgelope naweek, die vlagskip -geleentheid van die jaarlikse fees , wat honderde wynkelders en duisende gaste byeenbring vir klasse, seminare en 'n gala. 267 verskillende wyne is tydens die Grand Tastings van hierdie jaar gegooi, en as daar op 'n fees op aarde 'n fyner keuse wyn is, sal ek baie verbaas wees.

Vir $ 275 per persoon het gaste die geleentheid gehad om met wynliefhebbers en in baie gevalle die wynprodusente self by die massiewe Grand Tasting, wat in die groot ballroom van die Marriott Marquis gehou is, te ontmoet, wat ons gelukkig kon bywoon. Saam met die bogenoemde wyne, was daar 'n uitstekende keuse van vintage Champagne (insluitend Charles Heidsieck Blanc des Millenaires 1995 en Champagne Henriot 1998); Napa rooi (2012 Schrader T6 Beckstoffer To Kalon, 2012 Opus One, 2012 Peter Michael Les Pavots, Verite La Joie 2012); Italiaanse nebbiolo en barolo (2011 Langhe Gaja Costa Russi, 2007 Bruno Giacosa Le Rocche del Falletto Riserva); en baie pragtige blankes, insluitend Mount Eden Vineyards 2011 Chardonnay, 2012 Kistler Trenton Roadhouse Chardonnay en 2009 F.E. Trimbach Riesling. Die waarde van wyne wissel van onder $ 40 (Monte Carbonare 2012 suavia) tot $ 750 en hoër (Chateau Mouton Rothschild Pauillac 2009, $ 1,000; 2005 Chateau d'Yquem Sauternes, $ 790), met 'n gemiddelde bottel van ongeveer $ 100.

Nodeloos om te sê, die geleentheid was 'n verleentheid van rykdom en 'n wonderlike manier om 'n skynbaar eindelose reeks wyne te proe wat ver buite die daaglikse prysklas is. Maar meer as dit, dit was 'n geleentheid om van die beste wyne op aarde te probeer en met die mense wat hul lewe daaraan toespits, te gesels om 'n kwaliteit te handhaaf wat onbereikbaar is vir die gemiddelde wynmaker. As u 'n wynliefhebber is, is daar geen rede waarom hierdie geleentheid volgende jaar nie op u radar moet wees nie.


WYNSPREEK 'n Naweek van 20 000 bottels

DIE volgende keer dat u vasgekeer word as u 'n wynglas was nadat die gaste vertrek het, moedig u aan. Na elke groot proe by die New York Wine Experience verlede week, moes lede van die personeel in die Marriott Marquis Hotel ongeveer 27 000 daarvan was en droogmaak.

Alles by die Wine Experience, 'n driedaagse ekstravaganza vir wynliefhebbers, was groot, insluitend die aantal gaste. Ongeveer 1 100 het vir die hele langnaweek aangemeld, en nog 1 500 het Donderdag of Vrydagaand opgedaag om van die 350 wyne te proe wat deur verteenwoordigers van 250 wynkelders wêreldwyd gegooi is. By verskeie van die sit-proeë het 1 000 deelnemers altesaam meer as 90 kaste wyn ingeneem. Twintig sommeliers het agter die skerms gewerk en meer as 20 000 bottels wyn oor drie dae oopgemaak, afgegooi en gegooi.

Die New York Wine Experience word elke twee jaar aangebied deur M. Shanken Communications, die uitgewer van Wine Spectator en ander tydskrifte. In alternatiewe jare word die California Wine Experience, meestal met die staatswyne, in San Francisco gehou. The Wine Experience - dit was die 19de - is die grootste wyngeleentheid wat gereeld in hierdie land gehou word, maar dit is skaars 'n onlangse verskynsel, en ook nie die grootste wêreldwyd nie.

Hierdie onderskeid gaan waarskynlik na die Fete des Vignerons in Switserland, wat dateer uit die 14de eeu. Dit word elke 22 jaar gehou, mees onlangs verlede somer. Dit was 'n teaterskou sowel as 'n wynbeurs en het meer as 'n miljoen besoekers na die stad Vevey gelok oor 'n periode van drie weke in Julie en Augustus.

Die New York -geleentheid het ook 'n banket aangebied op Saterdag met die sanger Gladys Knight, maar die belangrikste vermaak was die promosie van wyne. Die meeste van die wat die Wine Experience bygewoon het, was relatief gesofistikeerde wyndrinkers, nie te veel neofiete sal waarskynlik $ 950 vir die naweek deel nie. En produsente het hulle wyne gretig gewys - en hulle laat drink.

Dat die deelnemers redelik ingelig was, blyk uit die uitstallers wat hulle by die Grand Tastings gesoek het. 'N Skare by die Chateau Mouton-Rothschild-hok was geen verrassing nie, veral toe die barones Philippine de Rothschild stort, maar byna net soveel gretige aanhangers waag om 'n kans te kry om Ridge Vineyards ' Monte Bello cabernet sauvignon uit die Santa Cruz-gebergte, die voorste cru, te proe. Puligny-Montrachet van die Domaine Leflaive in Bourgondië, en Unico, die legendariese wyn van Vega Sicilia in Spanje.

Hoewel gaste wat slegs die twee Grand Tastings bygewoon het, $ 165 elk betaal het en vasberadenheid getoon het deur in lang rye te wag, kon hulle aansienlik meer wyne proe as wat hulle betaal het. Behalwe Mouton-Rothschild, was Bordeaux onder meer verteenwoordig deur Chateaux d 'Yquem, Margaux, Lynch-Bages en Rauzan-Segla en Vieux-Chateau-Certan. Seldsame Italiaanse wyne soos Angelo Gaja 's Alteni di Brassica sauvignon blanc en Montevertine 's Pergole Torte, uit Toskane, was beskikbaar.

Vyf weeknaggeregte

Emily Weinstein het spyskaartvoorstelle vir die week. Daar is duisende idees vir wat om te kook, wat op u wag op die New York Times Cooking.

    • Die briljante Kay Chun bring die geure van Koreaanse braai na die burgerformaat in hierdie resep vir Koreaanse kaasburgers.
    • Ali Slagle het 'n truuk om branderige geur op hierdie gemmer-lemmetjie-hoender te kry: gebruik mayo in die marinade.
    • Yasmin Fahr roer dik jogurt, feta en Persiese komkommers bymekaar om hierdie salm- en koeskoeslaai by te voeg.
    • Hierdie slaaipizza met witboontjies en parmesaan is 'n volledige maaltyd, geïnspireer deur California Pizza Kitchen.
    • Die naam yo po mian, 'n stapelvoedsel uit die Shaanxi-provinsie in China, beteken "met olie besprinkel noedels".

    In die vroeë dae van die wynervaring was baie uitstallers tevrede om hul goedkoper wyne te wys. Nou vra die Wine Experience -gehoor die beste, en in die meeste gevalle het hulle dit gekry. In plaas daarvan om sy gewone brut Champagne te skink, het Veuve Clicquot sy top-of-the-list Grande Dame gegooi. In plaas van 'n tawny of 'n mindere hawe, het die Quinta do Noval sy oesjaar 1995 gegooi. Elke uitstaller het $ 1,200 betaal om deel te neem en moes ses kaste, 72 bottels, 'n enkele wyn saambring.

    EEN aanloklike proe was Saterdagoggend, toe gaste monsters van wyne van sommige van die kleinste en mees gesogte produsente in Kalifornië aangebied het, waaronder Patz & amp Hall, Testarossa Vineyard, Flowers Vineyards and Winery, David Arthur Vineyards en Howell Mountain Vineyards. Byna onbekend vir die publiek, is hierdie ' ɼult ' ' wyne die uiteindelike doel van ryk versamelaars. As 'n groep is die kultuswyne pragtig vervaardig en langlewend. Maar hul hoë pryse weerspieël hul tekort net soveel as hul kwaliteit. Sommige van hierdie wynkelders is so klein dat hulle byna 'n halfjaar se produksie moes afskei om aan die behoeftes van Wine Experience te voldoen.

    'N Proe op Saterdagmiddag was wyn uit vyf van die sogenaamde supersekondes, Bordeaux-chateaus wat die wyne van sommige van die beroemde eerste-groeise chateaus soos Margaux en Latour of beter pas. Die baie duur wyne van Chateaux Palmer, Leoville-Barton, Pichon-Baron, Pichon-Lalande en Cos-d ɾstournel.

    The Wine Experience is 'n nie -winsgewende geleentheid. Die inkomste gaan na 'n beursfonds om mense te help wat vir loopbane in die wynbedryf studeer. Vanaf volgende jaar begin die California Wine Experience landwyd van stad tot stad. Die eerste stop is New York. Deur die Kalifornië -geleentheid na die Ooste te bring, sal wynliefhebbers van New York die kans kry om ongeveer 150 Kalifornië -wyne te beleef wat normaalweg nie by die New York Experience gegooi word nie.

    Onder die grootste aanhangers van die Wine Experience is die uitstallers. Die vertoning gee hulle die kans om baie van hul mededingers te ontmoet en hul wyne te proe, en om restaurante in New York te besoek en miskien 'n bietjie handel te dryf.

    Dieselfde geld vir die sommeliers, waarvan die meeste by bekende restaurante werk. Saskia Schuit, wat al 12 jaar lank as sommelier by elke wynervaring gedien het, vlieg in vanaf Amsterdam, waar sy 'n invoerder is en baie wyne van die staat Kalifornië en Washington bring. Dit is waar ek uitvind wat in my handel aangaan, en sy het gesê.

    Is die wynervaring $ 950 werd? Die hitte en die skare kan onderdrukkend wees in die Grand Tastings en die lang gange van die Marriott Marquis het min ooreenkoms met die Robert Mondavi Winery of Chateau Lynch-Bages, maar daar is waarskynlik geen beter manier om soveel van die wêreld se monsters te neem nie. beste wyne op een plek.

    Die driedaagse program was teen Mei verlede jaar uitverkoop en die aandproeë teen September. Sodra $ 950 'n kelder wyn sou koop. Vandag koop dit skaars 'n boks goeie Bordeaux. Dit maak waarskynlik die wynervaring redelik goed.


    WYNSPREEK 'n Naweek van 20 000 bottels

    DIE volgende keer dat u vasgekeer word as u 'n wynglas was nadat die gaste vertrek het, moedig u aan. Na elke groot proe by die New York Wine Experience verlede week, moes lede van die personeel in die Marriott Marquis Hotel ongeveer 27 000 daarvan was en droogmaak.

    Alles by die Wine Experience, 'n driedaagse ekstravaganza vir wynliefhebbers, was groot, insluitend die aantal gaste. Ongeveer 1 100 het vir die hele langnaweek aangemeld, en nog 1 500 het Donderdag of Vrydagaand opgedaag om van die 350 wyne wat deur verteenwoordigers van 250 wynkelders wêreldwyd gegooi is, te proe. By verskeie sit-proeë het 1 000 deelnemers altesaam meer as 90 kaste wyn ingeneem. Twintig sommeliers het agter die skerms gewerk en meer as 20 000 bottels wyn oor drie dae oopgemaak, afgegooi en gegooi.

    Die New York Wine Experience word elke twee jaar aangebied deur M. Shanken Communications, die uitgewer van Wine Spectator en ander tydskrifte. In alternatiewe jare word die California Wine Experience, meestal met die staatswyne, in San Francisco gehou. The Wine Experience - dit was die 19de - is die grootste wyngeleentheid wat gereeld in hierdie land gehou word, maar dit is skaars 'n onlangse verskynsel, en ook nie die grootste wêreldwyd nie.

    Hierdie onderskeid gaan waarskynlik na die Fete des Vignerons in Switserland, wat dateer uit die 14de eeu. Dit word elke 22 jaar gehou, mees onlangs verlede somer. Dit was 'n teaterskou sowel as 'n wynbeurs en het meer as 'n miljoen besoekers na die stad Vevey gelok oor 'n periode van drie weke in Julie en Augustus.

    Die New Yorkse geleentheid het ook 'n banket aangebied op Saterdag met die sanger Gladys Knight, maar die belangrikste vermaak was die promosie van wyne. Die meeste van die wat die Wine Experience bygewoon het, was relatief gesofistikeerde wyndrinkers, nie te veel neofiete sal waarskynlik $ 950 vir die naweek deel nie. En produsente het hulle wyne gretig gewys - en hulle laat drink.

    Dat die deelnemers redelik ingelig was, blyk uit die uitstallers wat hulle by die Grand Tastings gesoek het. 'N Skare by die Chateau Mouton-Rothschild-hok was geen verrassing nie, veral toe die barones Philippine de Rothschild stort, maar byna net soveel gretige aanhangers waag om 'n kans te kry om Ridge Vineyards ' Monte Bello cabernet sauvignon uit die Santa Cruz-gebergte, die voorste cru, te proe. Puligny-Montrachet van die Domaine Leflaive in Bourgondië, en Unico, die legendariese wyn van Vega Sicilia in Spanje.

    Hoewel gaste wat slegs die twee Grand Tastings bygewoon het, $ 165 elk betaal het en vasberadenheid getoon het deur in lang rye te wag, kon hulle aansienlik meer wyne proe as wat hulle betaal het. Behalwe Mouton-Rothschild, was Bordeaux onder meer verteenwoordig deur Chateaux d 'Yquem, Margaux, Lynch-Bages en Rauzan-Segla en Vieux-Chateau-Certan. Skaars Italiaanse wyne soos Angelo Gaja 's Alteni di Brassica sauvignon blanc en Montevertine 's Pergole Torte, uit Toskane, was beskikbaar.

    Vyf weeknaggeregte

    Emily Weinstein het spyskaartvoorstelle vir die week. Daar is duisende idees vir wat om te kook, wat op u wag op die New York Times Cooking.

      • Die briljante Kay Chun bring die geure van Koreaanse braai na die burgerformaat in hierdie resep vir Koreaanse kaasburgers.
      • Ali Slagle het 'n truuk om 'n skerp geur op hierdie gemmer-lemmetjie-hoender te kry: met mayo in die marinade.
      • Yasmin Fahr roer dik jogurt, feta en Persiese komkommers bymekaar om hierdie salm- en koeskoeslaai by te voeg.
      • Hierdie slaaipizza met witboontjies en parmesaan is 'n volledige maaltyd, geïnspireer deur California Pizza Kitchen.
      • Die naam yo po mian, 'n stapelvoedsel uit die Shaanxi-provinsie in China, beteken "met olie besprinkel noedels".

      In die vroeë dae van die wynervaring was baie uitstallers tevrede om hul goedkoper wyne te wys. Nou vra die Wine Experience -gehoor die beste, en in die meeste gevalle het hulle dit gekry. In plaas daarvan om sy gewone brut Champagne te skink, het Veuve Clicquot sy top-of-the-list Grande Dame gegooi. In plaas van 'n tawny of 'n mindere hawe, het die Quinta do Noval sy oesjaar 1995 gegooi. Elke uitstaller het $ 1,200 betaal om deel te neem en moes ses kaste, 72 bottels, 'n enkele wyn saambring.

      EEN aanloklike proe was Saterdagoggend, toe gaste monsters van wyne van sommige van die kleinste en mees gesogte produsente in Kalifornië aangebied het, waaronder Patz & amp Hall, Testarossa Vineyard, Flowers Vineyards and Winery, David Arthur Vineyards en Howell Mountain Vineyards. Byna onbekend vir die publiek, is hierdie ' ɼult ' ' wyne die uiteindelike doel van ryk versamelaars. As 'n groep is die kultuswyne pragtig vervaardig en langlewend. Maar hul hoë pryse weerspieël hul tekort net soveel as hul kwaliteit. Sommige van hierdie wynkelders is so klein dat hulle byna 'n halfjaar se produksie moes afskei om aan die behoeftes van Wine Experience te voldoen.

      'N Proe op Saterdagmiddag was wyn uit vyf van die sogenaamde supersekondes, Bordeaux-chateaus wat pas by of beter pas by die wyne van sommige van die beroemde eerste-groeise chateaus soos Margaux en Latour. Die baie duur wyne van Chateaux Palmer, Leoville-Barton, Pichon-Baron, Pichon-Lalande en Cos-d ɾstournel.

      The Wine Experience is 'n nie -winsgewende geleentheid. Die inkomste gaan na 'n beursfonds om mense te help wat vir loopbane in die wynbedryf studeer. Vanaf volgende jaar begin die California Wine Experience landwyd van stad tot stad. Die eerste stop is New York. Deur die Kalifornië -geleentheid na die Ooste te bring, sal wynliefhebbers van New York die kans kry om ongeveer 150 Kalifornië -wyne te beleef wat normaalweg nie by die New York Experience gegooi word nie.

      Onder die grootste aanhangers van die Wine Experience is die uitstallers. Die vertoning gee hulle die kans om baie van hul mededingers te ontmoet en hul wyne te proe, en om restaurante in New York te besoek en miskien 'n bietjie handel te dryf.

      Dieselfde geld vir die sommeliers, waarvan die meeste by bekende restaurante werk. Saskia Schuit, wat al 12 jaar lank as sommelier by elke wynervaring gedien het, vlieg in vanaf Amsterdam, waar sy 'n invoerder is en baie wyne van die staat Kalifornië en Washington bring. Dit is waar ek uitvind wat in my handel aangaan, en sy het gesê.

      Is die wynervaring $ 950 werd? Die hitte en die skare kan onderdrukkend wees in die Grand Tastings en die lang gange van die Marriott Marquis het min ooreenkoms met die Robert Mondavi Winery of Chateau Lynch-Bages, maar daar is waarskynlik geen beter manier om soveel van die wêreld se monsters te neem nie. beste wyne op een plek.

      Die driedaagse program was teen Mei verlede jaar uitverkoop en die aandproeë teen September. Sodra $ 950 'n kelder wyn sou koop. Vandag koop dit skaars 'n boks goeie Bordeaux. Dit maak waarskynlik die wynervaring redelik goed.


      WYNSPREEK 'n Naweek van 20 000 bottels

      DIE volgende keer dat u vasgekeer word as u 'n wynglas was nadat die gaste vertrek het, moedig u aan. Na elke groot proe by die New York Wine Experience verlede week, moes lede van die personeel in die Marriott Marquis Hotel ongeveer 27 000 daarvan was en droogmaak.

      Alles by die Wine Experience, 'n driedaagse uitstappie vir wynliefhebbers, was groot, insluitend die aantal gaste. Ongeveer 1 100 het vir die hele langnaweek aangemeld, en nog 1 500 het Donderdag of Vrydagaand opgedaag om van die 350 wyne wat deur verteenwoordigers van 250 wynkelders wêreldwyd gegooi is, te proe. By verskeie sit-proeë het 1 000 deelnemers altesaam meer as 90 kaste wyn ingeneem. Twintig sommeliers het agter die skerms gewerk en meer as 20 000 bottels wyn oor drie dae oopgemaak, afgegooi en gegooi.

      Die New York Wine Experience word elke twee jaar aangebied deur M. Shanken Communications, die uitgewer van Wine Spectator en ander tydskrifte. In alternatiewe jare word die California Wine Experience, meestal met die staatswyne, in San Francisco gehou. The Wine Experience - dit was die 19de - is die grootste wyngeleentheid wat gereeld in hierdie land gehou word, maar dit is skaars 'n onlangse verskynsel, en ook nie die grootste wêreldwyd nie.

      Hierdie onderskeid gaan waarskynlik na die Fete des Vignerons in Switserland, wat dateer uit die 14de eeu. Dit word elke 22 jaar gehou, mees onlangs verlede somer. Dit was 'n teaterskou sowel as 'n wynbeurs en het meer as 'n miljoen besoekers na die stad Vevey gelok oor 'n periode van drie weke in Julie en Augustus.

      Die New York -geleentheid het ook 'n banket aangebied op Saterdag met die sanger Gladys Knight, maar die belangrikste vermaak was die promosie van wyne. Die meeste van die wat die Wine Experience bygewoon het, was relatief gesofistikeerde wyndrinkers, nie te veel neofiete sal waarskynlik $ 950 vir die naweek deel nie. En produsente het hulle wyne gretig gewys - en hulle laat drink.

      Dat die deelnemers redelik kundig was, blyk uit die uitstallers wat hulle by die Grand Tastings gesoek het. 'N Skare by die Chateau Mouton-Rothschild-hok was geen verrassing nie, veral toe die barones Philippine de Rothschild stort, maar byna net soveel gretige aanhangers waag om 'n kans te kry om Ridge Vineyards ' Monte Bello cabernet sauvignon uit die Santa Cruz-gebergte, die voorste cru, te proe. Puligny-Montrachet van die Domaine Leflaive in Bourgondië, en Unico, die legendariese wyn van Vega Sicilia in Spanje.

      Hoewel gaste wat slegs die twee Grand Tastings bygewoon het, $ 165 elk betaal het en vasberadenheid getoon het deur in lang rye te wag, kon hulle aansienlik meer wyne proe as wat hulle betaal het. Behalwe Mouton-Rothschild, was Bordeaux onder meer verteenwoordig deur Chateaux d 'Yquem, Margaux, Lynch-Bages en Rauzan-Segla en Vieux-Chateau-Certan. Seldsame Italiaanse wyne soos Angelo Gaja 's Alteni di Brassica sauvignon blanc en Montevertine 's Pergole Torte, uit Toskane, was beskikbaar.

      Vyf weeknaggeregte

      Emily Weinstein het spyskaartvoorstelle vir die week. Daar is duisende idees vir wat om te kook, wat op u wag op die New York Times Cooking.

        • Die briljante Kay Chun bring die geure van Koreaanse braai na die burgerformaat in hierdie resep vir Koreaanse kaasburgers.
        • Ali Slagle het 'n truuk om branderige geur op hierdie gemmer-lemmetjie-hoender te kry: gebruik mayo in die marinade.
        • Yasmin Fahr roer dik jogurt, feta en Persiese komkommers bymekaar om hierdie salm- en koeskoeslaai by te voeg.
        • Hierdie slaaipizza met witboontjies en parmesaan is 'n volledige maaltyd, geïnspireer deur California Pizza Kitchen.
        • Die naam yo po mian, 'n stapelvoedsel uit die Shaanxi-provinsie in China, beteken "met olie besprinkel noedels".

        In die vroeë dae van die wynervaring was baie uitstallers tevrede om hul goedkoper wyne te wys. Nou vra die Wine Experience -gehoor die beste, en in die meeste gevalle het hulle dit gekry. In plaas daarvan om sy gewone brut Champagne te skink, gooi Veuve Clicquot sy top-of-the-list Grande Dame. In plaas van 'n tawny of 'n mindere hawe, het die Quinta do Noval sy oesjaar 1995 gegooi. Elke uitstaller het $ 1,200 betaal om deel te neem en moes ses kaste, 72 bottels, 'n enkele wyn saambring.

        EEN aanloklike proe was Saterdagoggend, toe gaste monsters van wyne van sommige van die kleinste en mees gesogte produsente in Kalifornië aangebied het, waaronder Patz & amp Hall, Testarossa Vineyard, Flowers Vineyards and Winery, David Arthur Vineyards en Howell Mountain Vineyards. Byna onbekend vir die publiek, is hierdie ' ɼult ' ' wyne die uiteindelike doel van ryk versamelaars. As 'n groep is die kultuswyne pragtig vervaardig en langlewend. Maar hul hoë pryse weerspieël hul tekort net soveel as hul kwaliteit. Sommige van hierdie wynkelders is so klein dat hulle byna 'n halfjaar se produksie moes afskei om aan die behoeftes van Wine Experience te voldoen.

        'N Proe op Saterdagmiddag was wyn uit vyf van die sogenaamde supersekondes, Bordeaux-chateaus wat pas by of beter pas by die wyne van sommige van die beroemde eerste-groeise chateaus soos Margaux en Latour. Die baie duur wyne van Chateaux Palmer, Leoville-Barton, Pichon-Baron, Pichon-Lalande en Cos-d ɾstournel.

        The Wine Experience is 'n nie -winsgewende geleentheid. Die inkomste gaan na 'n beursfonds om mense te help wat vir loopbane in die wynbedryf studeer. Vanaf volgende jaar begin die California Wine Experience landwyd van stad na stad. Die eerste stop is New York. Deur die Kalifornië -geleentheid na die Ooste te bring, sal wynliefhebbers van New York die kans kry om ongeveer 150 Kalifornië -wyne te beleef wat normaalweg nie by die New York Experience gegooi word nie.

        Onder die grootste aanhangers van die Wine Experience is die uitstallers. Die vertoning gee hulle die kans om baie van hul mededingers te ontmoet en hul wyne te proe, en om restaurante in New York te besoek en miskien 'n bietjie handel te dryf.

        Dieselfde geld vir die sommeliers, waarvan die meeste by bekende restaurante werk. Saskia Schuit, wat al 12 jaar lank as sommelier by elke wynervaring gedien het, vlieg in vanaf Amsterdam, waar sy 'n invoerder is en baie wyne van die staat Kalifornië en Washington bring. Dit is waar ek uitvind wat in my handel aangaan, en sy het gesê.

        Is die wynervaring $ 950 werd? Die hitte en die skare kan onderdrukkend wees in die Grand Tastings en die lang gange van die Marriott Marquis lyk min soos die Robert Mondavi-wynmakery of Chateau Lynch-Bages, maar daar is waarskynlik geen beter manier om soveel van die wêreld se monsters te neem nie. beste wyne op een plek.

        Die driedaagse program was teen Mei verlede jaar uitverkoop en die aandproeë teen September. Sodra $ 950 'n kelder wyn sou koop. Vandag koop dit skaars 'n boks goeie Bordeaux. Dit maak waarskynlik die wynervaring redelik goed.


        WYNSPREEK 'n Naweek van 20 000 bottels

        DIE volgende keer dat u vasgekeer word as u 'n wynglas was nadat die gaste vertrek het, moedig u aan. Na elke groot proe by die New York Wine Experience verlede week, moes lede van die personeel in die Marriott Marquis Hotel ongeveer 27 000 daarvan was en droogmaak.

        Alles by die Wine Experience, 'n driedaagse uitstappie vir wynliefhebbers, was groot, insluitend die aantal gaste. Ongeveer 1 100 het vir die hele langnaweek aangemeld, en nog 1 500 het Donderdag of Vrydagaand opgedaag om van die 350 wyne te proe wat deur verteenwoordigers van 250 wynkelders wêreldwyd gegooi is. By verskeie van die sit-proeë het 1 000 deelnemers altesaam meer as 90 kaste wyn ingeneem. Twintig sommeliers het agter die skerms gewerk en meer as 20 000 bottels wyn oor drie dae oopgemaak, afgegooi en gegooi.

        Die New York Wine Experience word elke twee jaar aangebied deur M. Shanken Communications, die uitgewer van Wine Spectator en ander tydskrifte. In alternatiewe jare word die California Wine Experience, meestal met die staatswyne, in San Francisco gehou. The Wine Experience - dit was die 19de - is die grootste wyngeleentheid wat gereeld in hierdie land gehou word, maar dit is skaars 'n onlangse verskynsel, en ook nie die grootste wêreldwyd nie.

        Hierdie onderskeid gaan waarskynlik na die Fete des Vignerons in Switserland, wat dateer uit die 14de eeu. Dit word elke 22 jaar gehou, mees onlangs verlede somer. Dit was 'n teaterskou sowel as 'n wynbeurs en het meer as 'n miljoen besoekers na die stad Vevey gelok oor 'n periode van drie weke in Julie en Augustus.

        Die New York -geleentheid het ook 'n banket aangebied op Saterdag met die sanger Gladys Knight, maar die belangrikste vermaak was die promosie van wyne. Die meeste van die wat die Wine Experience bygewoon het, was relatief gesofistikeerde wyndrinkers, nie te veel neofiete sal waarskynlik $ 950 vir die naweek deel nie. En produsente het hulle wyne gretig gewys - en hulle laat drink.

        Dat die deelnemers redelik kundig was, blyk uit die uitstallers wat hulle by die Grand Tastings gesoek het. 'N Skare by die Chateau Mouton-Rothschild-hok was geen verrassing nie, veral toe barones Philippine de Rothschild stort, maar byna net soveel gretige aanhangers waag om 'n kans te kry om Ridge Vineyards ' Monte Bello cabernet sauvignon uit die Santa Cruz-gebergte, die voorste cru, te proe. Puligny-Montrachet van die Domaine Leflaive in Bourgondië, en Unico, die legendariese wyn van Vega Sicilia in Spanje.

        Hoewel gaste wat slegs die twee Grand Tastings bygewoon het, $ 165 elk betaal het en vasberadenheid getoon het deur in lang rye te wag, kon hulle aansienlik meer wyne proe as wat hulle betaal het. Behalwe Mouton-Rothschild, was Bordeaux onder meer verteenwoordig deur Chateaux d 'Yquem, Margaux, Lynch-Bages en Rauzan-Segla en Vieux-Chateau-Certan. Skaars Italiaanse wyne soos Angelo Gaja 's Alteni di Brassica sauvignon blanc en Montevertine 's Pergole Torte, uit Toskane, was beskikbaar.

        Vyf weeknaggeregte

        Emily Weinstein het spyskaartvoorstelle vir die week. Daar is duisende idees vir wat om te kook, wat op u wag op die New York Times Cooking.

          • Die briljante Kay Chun bring die geure van Koreaanse braai na die burgerformaat in hierdie resep vir Koreaanse kaasburgers.
          • Ali Slagle het 'n truuk om branderige geur op hierdie gemmer-lemmetjie-hoender te kry: gebruik mayo in die marinade.
          • Yasmin Fahr roer dik jogurt, feta en Persiese komkommers saam om hierdie salm- en koeskoeslaai by te voeg.
          • Hierdie slaaipizza met witboontjies en parmesaan is 'n volledige maaltyd, geïnspireer deur California Pizza Kitchen.
          • Die naam yo po mian, 'n stapelvoedsel uit die Shaanxi-provinsie in China, beteken "met olie besprinkel noedels".

          In die vroeë dae van die wynervaring was baie uitstallers tevrede om hul goedkoper wyne te wys. Nou vra die Wine Experience -gehoor die beste, en in die meeste gevalle het hulle dit gekry. In plaas daarvan om sy gewone brut Champagne te skink, het Veuve Clicquot sy top-of-the-list Grande Dame gegooi. In plaas van 'n tawny of 'n mindere hawe, het die Quinta do Noval sy oesjaar 1995 gegooi. Elke uitstaller het $ 1,200 betaal om deel te neem en moes ses kaste, 72 bottels, 'n enkele wyn saambring.

          EEN aanloklike proe was Saterdagoggend, toe gaste monsters van wyne van sommige van die kleinste en mees gesogte produsente in Kalifornië aangebied het, waaronder Patz & amp Hall, Testarossa Vineyard, Flowers Vineyards and Winery, David Arthur Vineyards en Howell Mountain Vineyards. Byna onbekend vir die publiek, is hierdie ' ɼult ' ' wyne die uiteindelike doel van ryk versamelaars. As 'n groep is die kultuswyne pragtig vervaardig en langlewend. Maar hul hoë pryse weerspieël hul tekort net soveel as hul kwaliteit. Sommige van hierdie wynkelders is so klein dat hulle byna 'n halfjaar se produksie moes afskei om aan die behoeftes van Wine Experience te voldoen.

          'N Proe op Saterdagmiddag was wyn uit vyf van die sogenaamde supersekondes, Bordeaux-chateaus wat die wyne van sommige van die beroemde eerste-groeise chateaus soos Margaux en Latour of beter pas. Die baie duur wyne van Chateaux Palmer, Leoville-Barton, Pichon-Baron, Pichon-Lalande en Cos-d ɾstournel.

          The Wine Experience is 'n nie -winsgewende geleentheid. Die inkomste gaan na 'n beursfonds om mense te help wat vir loopbane in die wynbedryf studeer. Vanaf volgende jaar begin die California Wine Experience landwyd van stad tot stad. Die eerste stop is New York. Deur die Kalifornië -geleentheid na die Ooste te bring, sal wynliefhebbers van New York die kans kry om ongeveer 150 Kalifornië -wyne te beleef wat normaalweg nie by die New York Experience gegooi word nie.

          Onder die grootste aanhangers van die wynervaring is die uitstallers. Die vertoning gee hulle die kans om baie van hul mededingers te ontmoet en hul wyne te proe, en om restaurante in New York te besoek en miskien 'n bietjie handel te dryf.

          Dieselfde geld vir die sommeliers, waarvan die meeste by bekende restaurante werk. Saskia Schuit, wat al 12 jaar lank as sommelier by elke wynervaring gedien het, vlieg in vanaf Amsterdam, waar sy 'n invoerder is en baie wyne van die staat Kalifornië en Washington bring. Dit is waar ek uitvind wat in my handel aangaan, en sy het gesê.

          Is die wynervaring $ 950 werd? Die hitte en die skare kan onderdrukkend wees in die Grand Tastings en die lang gange van die Marriott Marquis het min ooreenkoms met die Robert Mondavi Winery of Chateau Lynch-Bages, maar daar is waarskynlik geen beter manier om soveel van die wêreld se monsters te neem nie. beste wyne op een plek.

          Die driedaagse program was teen Mei verlede jaar uitverkoop en die aandproeë teen September. Sodra $ 950 'n kelder wyn sou koop. Vandag koop dit skaars 'n boks goeie Bordeaux. Dit maak waarskynlik die wynervaring redelik goed.


          WYNSPREEK 'n Naweek van 20 000 bottels

          DIE volgende keer dat u vasgekeer word as u 'n wynglas was nadat die gaste vertrek het, moedig u aan. Na elke groot proe by die New York Wine Experience verlede week, moes lede van die personeel by die Marriott Marquis Hotel ongeveer 27 000 daarvan was en droogmaak.

          Alles by die Wine Experience, 'n driedaagse ekstravaganza vir wynliefhebbers, was groot, insluitend die aantal gaste. Ongeveer 1 100 het vir die hele langnaweek aangemeld, en nog 1 500 het Donderdag of Vrydagaand opgedaag om van die 350 wyne te proe wat deur verteenwoordigers van 250 wynkelders wêreldwyd gegooi is. By verskeie van die sit-proeë het 1 000 deelnemers altesaam meer as 90 kaste wyn ingeneem. Twintig sommeliers het agter die skerms gewerk en meer as 20 000 bottels wyn oor drie dae oopgemaak, afgegooi en gegooi.

          Die New York Wine Experience word elke twee jaar aangebied deur M. Shanken Communications, die uitgewer van Wine Spectator en ander tydskrifte. In afwisselende jare word die California Wine Experience, meestal met die wyne van die staat, in San Francisco gehou. The Wine Experience - dit was die 19de - is die grootste wyngeleentheid wat gereeld in hierdie land gehou word, maar dit is skaars 'n onlangse verskynsel, en ook nie die grootste wêreldwyd nie.

          That distinction probably goes to the Fete des Vignerons in Switzerland, which dates back to the 14th century. It is held every 22 years, most recently last summer. A theatrical spectacle as well as a wine fair, it attracted more than a million visitors to the town of Vevey over a three-week period in July and August.

          The New York event also offered a banquet on Saturday featuring the singer Gladys Knight, but the main entertainment was the promotion of wines. Most of those who attended the Wine Experience were relatively sophisticated wine drinkers not too many neophytes are likely to part with $950 for the weekend. And producers eagerly showed them -- and got them to drink -- their wines.

          That the participants were fairly knowledgeable was evident from the exhibitors they sought out at the Grand Tastings. A crowd at the Chateau Mouton-Rothschild booth was no surprise, especially with Baroness Philippine de Rothschild pouring, but almost as many eager fans jostled for a chance to sample Ridge Vineyards' Monte Bello cabernet sauvignon from the Santa Cruz Mountains, the premier cru Puligny-Montrachet of the Domaine Leflaive in Burgundy, and Unico, the legendary wine of Vega Sicilia in Spain.

          Though guests who attended only the two Grand Tastings paid $165 each, and showed determination by waiting in long lines, they were able to taste wines worth considerably more than they paid. Besides Mouton-Rothschild, Bordeaux was represented by Chateaux d'Yquem, Margaux, Lynch-Bages and Rauzan-Segla, and Vieux-Chateau-Certan, among many others. Rare Italian wines like Angelo Gaja's Alteni di Brassica sauvignon blanc and Montevertine's Pergole Torte, from Tuscany, were available.

          Five Weeknight Dishes

          Emily Weinstein has menu suggestions for the week. Daar is duisende idees vir wat om te kook, wat op u wag op die New York Times Cooking.

            • The brilliant Kay Chun brings the flavors of Korean barbecue to the burger format in this recipe for Korean cheeseburgers.
            • Ali Slagle has a trick to get brash flavor on this ginger-lime chicken: using mayo in the marinade.
            • Yasmin Fahr stirs together thick yogurt, feta and Persian cucumbers to toss in this salmon and couscous salad.
            • This salad pizza with white beans and parmesan is a complete meal, inspired by California Pizza Kitchen.
            • The name yo po mian, a staple from the Shaanxi Province in China, means “oil-sprinkled noodles.”

            In the early days of the Wine Experience, many exhibitors were content to show their less expensive wines. Now the Wine Experience audience demands the best and, in most cases, they got it. Instead of pouring its regular brut Champagne, Veuve Clicquot poured its top-of-the-list Grande Dame. Instead of a tawny or some lesser port, the Quinta do Noval poured its vintage 1995. Each exhibitor paid $1,200 to participate and was required to bring six cases, 72 bottles, of a single wine.

            ONE enticing tasting was on Saturday morning, when guests were offered samples of wines from some of California's smallest and most sought-after producers, including Patz & Hall, Testarossa Vineyard, Flowers Vineyards and Winery, David Arthur Vineyards and Howell Mountain Vineyards. Virtually unknown to the public, these 'ɼult'' wines are the ultimate goal of wealthy collectors. As a group, the cult wines are beautifully crafted and long-lived. But their high prices reflect their scarcity as much as their quality. Some of these wineries are so small that they had to part with almost half a year's production to cover the Wine Experience's needs.

            A tasting on Saturday afternoon featured wine from five of the so-called super seconds, Bordeaux chateaus that match or better the wines of some of the famous first-growth chateaus like Margaux and Latour. Featured were the quite expensive wines of Chateaux Palmer, Leoville-Barton, Pichon-Baron, Pichon-Lalande and Cos-dɾstournel.

            The Wine Experience is a nonprofit event. Income goes to a scholarship fund to assist people studying for careers in the wine industry. Beginning next year, the California Wine Experience will begin moving from city to city nationwide. Its first stop will be New York. Bringing the California event to the East will give New York wine lovers a chance to experience some 150 California wines not normally poured at the New York Experience.

            Among the Wine Experience's biggest fans are the exhibitors. The show gives them a chance to meet many of their competitors and taste their wines, and to visit New York restaurants and perhaps drum up some trade.

            The same is true of the sommeliers, most of whom work for well-known restaurants. Saskia Schuit, who has served as a sommelier at every Wine Experience for 12 years, flies in from Amsterdam, where she is an importer and brings in many California and Washington State wines. ''This is where I find out what's going on in my trade,'' she said.

            Is the Wine Experience worth $950? The heat and the crowds can be oppressive in the Grand Tastings and the long corridors of the Marriott Marquis bear little resemblance to the Robert Mondavi Winery or Chateau Lynch-Bages, but there is probably no better way to sample so many of the world's best wines in one location.

            The three-day program was sold out by last May and the evening tastings by September. Once $950 would buy a cellarful of wine. Today it barely buys a case of good Bordeaux. Which probably makes the Wine Experience a pretty good deal.


            WINE TALK A 20,000-Bottle Weekend

            THE next time you are trapped washing wineglasses after the guests leave, cheer up. After each big tasting at the New York Wine Experience last week, members of the staff at the Marriott Marquis Hotel had to wash and dry some 27,000 of them.

            Everything at the Wine Experience, a three-day extravaganza for wine buffs, was outsize, including the number of guests. About 1,100 signed up for the whole long weekend, and an additional 1,500 turned up on either Thursday or Friday evening to sample some of the 350 wines that were being poured by representatives of 250 wineries worldwide. At several of the sit-down tastings, 1,000 participants consumed a total of more than 90 cases of wine. Twenty sommeliers worked behind the scenes, opening, decanting and pouring more than 20,000 bottles of wine over three days.

            The New York Wine Experience is presented every two years by M. Shanken Communications, the publisher of Wine Spectator and other magazines. In alternate years, the California Wine Experience, mostly featuring that state's wines, has been held in San Francisco. The Wine Experience -- this was the 19th -- is the largest regularly held wine event in this country, but it is hardly a recent phenomenon, nor is it the largest worldwide.

            That distinction probably goes to the Fete des Vignerons in Switzerland, which dates back to the 14th century. It is held every 22 years, most recently last summer. A theatrical spectacle as well as a wine fair, it attracted more than a million visitors to the town of Vevey over a three-week period in July and August.

            The New York event also offered a banquet on Saturday featuring the singer Gladys Knight, but the main entertainment was the promotion of wines. Most of those who attended the Wine Experience were relatively sophisticated wine drinkers not too many neophytes are likely to part with $950 for the weekend. And producers eagerly showed them -- and got them to drink -- their wines.

            That the participants were fairly knowledgeable was evident from the exhibitors they sought out at the Grand Tastings. A crowd at the Chateau Mouton-Rothschild booth was no surprise, especially with Baroness Philippine de Rothschild pouring, but almost as many eager fans jostled for a chance to sample Ridge Vineyards' Monte Bello cabernet sauvignon from the Santa Cruz Mountains, the premier cru Puligny-Montrachet of the Domaine Leflaive in Burgundy, and Unico, the legendary wine of Vega Sicilia in Spain.

            Though guests who attended only the two Grand Tastings paid $165 each, and showed determination by waiting in long lines, they were able to taste wines worth considerably more than they paid. Besides Mouton-Rothschild, Bordeaux was represented by Chateaux d'Yquem, Margaux, Lynch-Bages and Rauzan-Segla, and Vieux-Chateau-Certan, among many others. Rare Italian wines like Angelo Gaja's Alteni di Brassica sauvignon blanc and Montevertine's Pergole Torte, from Tuscany, were available.

            Five Weeknight Dishes

            Emily Weinstein has menu suggestions for the week. Daar is duisende idees vir wat om te kook, wat op u wag op die New York Times Cooking.

              • The brilliant Kay Chun brings the flavors of Korean barbecue to the burger format in this recipe for Korean cheeseburgers.
              • Ali Slagle has a trick to get brash flavor on this ginger-lime chicken: using mayo in the marinade.
              • Yasmin Fahr stirs together thick yogurt, feta and Persian cucumbers to toss in this salmon and couscous salad.
              • This salad pizza with white beans and parmesan is a complete meal, inspired by California Pizza Kitchen.
              • The name yo po mian, a staple from the Shaanxi Province in China, means “oil-sprinkled noodles.”

              In the early days of the Wine Experience, many exhibitors were content to show their less expensive wines. Now the Wine Experience audience demands the best and, in most cases, they got it. Instead of pouring its regular brut Champagne, Veuve Clicquot poured its top-of-the-list Grande Dame. Instead of a tawny or some lesser port, the Quinta do Noval poured its vintage 1995. Each exhibitor paid $1,200 to participate and was required to bring six cases, 72 bottles, of a single wine.

              ONE enticing tasting was on Saturday morning, when guests were offered samples of wines from some of California's smallest and most sought-after producers, including Patz & Hall, Testarossa Vineyard, Flowers Vineyards and Winery, David Arthur Vineyards and Howell Mountain Vineyards. Virtually unknown to the public, these 'ɼult'' wines are the ultimate goal of wealthy collectors. As a group, the cult wines are beautifully crafted and long-lived. But their high prices reflect their scarcity as much as their quality. Some of these wineries are so small that they had to part with almost half a year's production to cover the Wine Experience's needs.

              A tasting on Saturday afternoon featured wine from five of the so-called super seconds, Bordeaux chateaus that match or better the wines of some of the famous first-growth chateaus like Margaux and Latour. Featured were the quite expensive wines of Chateaux Palmer, Leoville-Barton, Pichon-Baron, Pichon-Lalande and Cos-dɾstournel.

              The Wine Experience is a nonprofit event. Income goes to a scholarship fund to assist people studying for careers in the wine industry. Beginning next year, the California Wine Experience will begin moving from city to city nationwide. Its first stop will be New York. Bringing the California event to the East will give New York wine lovers a chance to experience some 150 California wines not normally poured at the New York Experience.

              Among the Wine Experience's biggest fans are the exhibitors. The show gives them a chance to meet many of their competitors and taste their wines, and to visit New York restaurants and perhaps drum up some trade.

              The same is true of the sommeliers, most of whom work for well-known restaurants. Saskia Schuit, who has served as a sommelier at every Wine Experience for 12 years, flies in from Amsterdam, where she is an importer and brings in many California and Washington State wines. ''This is where I find out what's going on in my trade,'' she said.

              Is the Wine Experience worth $950? The heat and the crowds can be oppressive in the Grand Tastings and the long corridors of the Marriott Marquis bear little resemblance to the Robert Mondavi Winery or Chateau Lynch-Bages, but there is probably no better way to sample so many of the world's best wines in one location.

              The three-day program was sold out by last May and the evening tastings by September. Once $950 would buy a cellarful of wine. Today it barely buys a case of good Bordeaux. Which probably makes the Wine Experience a pretty good deal.


              WINE TALK A 20,000-Bottle Weekend

              THE next time you are trapped washing wineglasses after the guests leave, cheer up. After each big tasting at the New York Wine Experience last week, members of the staff at the Marriott Marquis Hotel had to wash and dry some 27,000 of them.

              Everything at the Wine Experience, a three-day extravaganza for wine buffs, was outsize, including the number of guests. About 1,100 signed up for the whole long weekend, and an additional 1,500 turned up on either Thursday or Friday evening to sample some of the 350 wines that were being poured by representatives of 250 wineries worldwide. At several of the sit-down tastings, 1,000 participants consumed a total of more than 90 cases of wine. Twenty sommeliers worked behind the scenes, opening, decanting and pouring more than 20,000 bottles of wine over three days.

              The New York Wine Experience is presented every two years by M. Shanken Communications, the publisher of Wine Spectator and other magazines. In alternate years, the California Wine Experience, mostly featuring that state's wines, has been held in San Francisco. The Wine Experience -- this was the 19th -- is the largest regularly held wine event in this country, but it is hardly a recent phenomenon, nor is it the largest worldwide.

              That distinction probably goes to the Fete des Vignerons in Switzerland, which dates back to the 14th century. It is held every 22 years, most recently last summer. A theatrical spectacle as well as a wine fair, it attracted more than a million visitors to the town of Vevey over a three-week period in July and August.

              The New York event also offered a banquet on Saturday featuring the singer Gladys Knight, but the main entertainment was the promotion of wines. Most of those who attended the Wine Experience were relatively sophisticated wine drinkers not too many neophytes are likely to part with $950 for the weekend. And producers eagerly showed them -- and got them to drink -- their wines.

              That the participants were fairly knowledgeable was evident from the exhibitors they sought out at the Grand Tastings. A crowd at the Chateau Mouton-Rothschild booth was no surprise, especially with Baroness Philippine de Rothschild pouring, but almost as many eager fans jostled for a chance to sample Ridge Vineyards' Monte Bello cabernet sauvignon from the Santa Cruz Mountains, the premier cru Puligny-Montrachet of the Domaine Leflaive in Burgundy, and Unico, the legendary wine of Vega Sicilia in Spain.

              Though guests who attended only the two Grand Tastings paid $165 each, and showed determination by waiting in long lines, they were able to taste wines worth considerably more than they paid. Besides Mouton-Rothschild, Bordeaux was represented by Chateaux d'Yquem, Margaux, Lynch-Bages and Rauzan-Segla, and Vieux-Chateau-Certan, among many others. Rare Italian wines like Angelo Gaja's Alteni di Brassica sauvignon blanc and Montevertine's Pergole Torte, from Tuscany, were available.

              Five Weeknight Dishes

              Emily Weinstein has menu suggestions for the week. Daar is duisende idees vir wat om te kook, wat op u wag op die New York Times Cooking.

                • The brilliant Kay Chun brings the flavors of Korean barbecue to the burger format in this recipe for Korean cheeseburgers.
                • Ali Slagle has a trick to get brash flavor on this ginger-lime chicken: using mayo in the marinade.
                • Yasmin Fahr stirs together thick yogurt, feta and Persian cucumbers to toss in this salmon and couscous salad.
                • This salad pizza with white beans and parmesan is a complete meal, inspired by California Pizza Kitchen.
                • The name yo po mian, a staple from the Shaanxi Province in China, means “oil-sprinkled noodles.”

                In the early days of the Wine Experience, many exhibitors were content to show their less expensive wines. Now the Wine Experience audience demands the best and, in most cases, they got it. Instead of pouring its regular brut Champagne, Veuve Clicquot poured its top-of-the-list Grande Dame. Instead of a tawny or some lesser port, the Quinta do Noval poured its vintage 1995. Each exhibitor paid $1,200 to participate and was required to bring six cases, 72 bottles, of a single wine.

                ONE enticing tasting was on Saturday morning, when guests were offered samples of wines from some of California's smallest and most sought-after producers, including Patz & Hall, Testarossa Vineyard, Flowers Vineyards and Winery, David Arthur Vineyards and Howell Mountain Vineyards. Virtually unknown to the public, these 'ɼult'' wines are the ultimate goal of wealthy collectors. As a group, the cult wines are beautifully crafted and long-lived. But their high prices reflect their scarcity as much as their quality. Some of these wineries are so small that they had to part with almost half a year's production to cover the Wine Experience's needs.

                A tasting on Saturday afternoon featured wine from five of the so-called super seconds, Bordeaux chateaus that match or better the wines of some of the famous first-growth chateaus like Margaux and Latour. Featured were the quite expensive wines of Chateaux Palmer, Leoville-Barton, Pichon-Baron, Pichon-Lalande and Cos-dɾstournel.

                The Wine Experience is a nonprofit event. Income goes to a scholarship fund to assist people studying for careers in the wine industry. Beginning next year, the California Wine Experience will begin moving from city to city nationwide. Its first stop will be New York. Bringing the California event to the East will give New York wine lovers a chance to experience some 150 California wines not normally poured at the New York Experience.

                Among the Wine Experience's biggest fans are the exhibitors. The show gives them a chance to meet many of their competitors and taste their wines, and to visit New York restaurants and perhaps drum up some trade.

                The same is true of the sommeliers, most of whom work for well-known restaurants. Saskia Schuit, who has served as a sommelier at every Wine Experience for 12 years, flies in from Amsterdam, where she is an importer and brings in many California and Washington State wines. ''This is where I find out what's going on in my trade,'' she said.

                Is the Wine Experience worth $950? The heat and the crowds can be oppressive in the Grand Tastings and the long corridors of the Marriott Marquis bear little resemblance to the Robert Mondavi Winery or Chateau Lynch-Bages, but there is probably no better way to sample so many of the world's best wines in one location.

                The three-day program was sold out by last May and the evening tastings by September. Once $950 would buy a cellarful of wine. Today it barely buys a case of good Bordeaux. Which probably makes the Wine Experience a pretty good deal.


                WINE TALK A 20,000-Bottle Weekend

                THE next time you are trapped washing wineglasses after the guests leave, cheer up. After each big tasting at the New York Wine Experience last week, members of the staff at the Marriott Marquis Hotel had to wash and dry some 27,000 of them.

                Everything at the Wine Experience, a three-day extravaganza for wine buffs, was outsize, including the number of guests. About 1,100 signed up for the whole long weekend, and an additional 1,500 turned up on either Thursday or Friday evening to sample some of the 350 wines that were being poured by representatives of 250 wineries worldwide. At several of the sit-down tastings, 1,000 participants consumed a total of more than 90 cases of wine. Twenty sommeliers worked behind the scenes, opening, decanting and pouring more than 20,000 bottles of wine over three days.

                The New York Wine Experience is presented every two years by M. Shanken Communications, the publisher of Wine Spectator and other magazines. In alternate years, the California Wine Experience, mostly featuring that state's wines, has been held in San Francisco. The Wine Experience -- this was the 19th -- is the largest regularly held wine event in this country, but it is hardly a recent phenomenon, nor is it the largest worldwide.

                That distinction probably goes to the Fete des Vignerons in Switzerland, which dates back to the 14th century. It is held every 22 years, most recently last summer. A theatrical spectacle as well as a wine fair, it attracted more than a million visitors to the town of Vevey over a three-week period in July and August.

                The New York event also offered a banquet on Saturday featuring the singer Gladys Knight, but the main entertainment was the promotion of wines. Most of those who attended the Wine Experience were relatively sophisticated wine drinkers not too many neophytes are likely to part with $950 for the weekend. And producers eagerly showed them -- and got them to drink -- their wines.

                That the participants were fairly knowledgeable was evident from the exhibitors they sought out at the Grand Tastings. A crowd at the Chateau Mouton-Rothschild booth was no surprise, especially with Baroness Philippine de Rothschild pouring, but almost as many eager fans jostled for a chance to sample Ridge Vineyards' Monte Bello cabernet sauvignon from the Santa Cruz Mountains, the premier cru Puligny-Montrachet of the Domaine Leflaive in Burgundy, and Unico, the legendary wine of Vega Sicilia in Spain.

                Though guests who attended only the two Grand Tastings paid $165 each, and showed determination by waiting in long lines, they were able to taste wines worth considerably more than they paid. Besides Mouton-Rothschild, Bordeaux was represented by Chateaux d'Yquem, Margaux, Lynch-Bages and Rauzan-Segla, and Vieux-Chateau-Certan, among many others. Rare Italian wines like Angelo Gaja's Alteni di Brassica sauvignon blanc and Montevertine's Pergole Torte, from Tuscany, were available.

                Five Weeknight Dishes

                Emily Weinstein has menu suggestions for the week. Daar is duisende idees vir wat om te kook, wat op u wag op die New York Times Cooking.

                  • The brilliant Kay Chun brings the flavors of Korean barbecue to the burger format in this recipe for Korean cheeseburgers.
                  • Ali Slagle has a trick to get brash flavor on this ginger-lime chicken: using mayo in the marinade.
                  • Yasmin Fahr stirs together thick yogurt, feta and Persian cucumbers to toss in this salmon and couscous salad.
                  • This salad pizza with white beans and parmesan is a complete meal, inspired by California Pizza Kitchen.
                  • The name yo po mian, a staple from the Shaanxi Province in China, means “oil-sprinkled noodles.”

                  In the early days of the Wine Experience, many exhibitors were content to show their less expensive wines. Now the Wine Experience audience demands the best and, in most cases, they got it. Instead of pouring its regular brut Champagne, Veuve Clicquot poured its top-of-the-list Grande Dame. Instead of a tawny or some lesser port, the Quinta do Noval poured its vintage 1995. Each exhibitor paid $1,200 to participate and was required to bring six cases, 72 bottles, of a single wine.

                  ONE enticing tasting was on Saturday morning, when guests were offered samples of wines from some of California's smallest and most sought-after producers, including Patz & Hall, Testarossa Vineyard, Flowers Vineyards and Winery, David Arthur Vineyards and Howell Mountain Vineyards. Virtually unknown to the public, these 'ɼult'' wines are the ultimate goal of wealthy collectors. As a group, the cult wines are beautifully crafted and long-lived. But their high prices reflect their scarcity as much as their quality. Some of these wineries are so small that they had to part with almost half a year's production to cover the Wine Experience's needs.

                  A tasting on Saturday afternoon featured wine from five of the so-called super seconds, Bordeaux chateaus that match or better the wines of some of the famous first-growth chateaus like Margaux and Latour. Featured were the quite expensive wines of Chateaux Palmer, Leoville-Barton, Pichon-Baron, Pichon-Lalande and Cos-dɾstournel.

                  The Wine Experience is a nonprofit event. Income goes to a scholarship fund to assist people studying for careers in the wine industry. Beginning next year, the California Wine Experience will begin moving from city to city nationwide. Its first stop will be New York. Bringing the California event to the East will give New York wine lovers a chance to experience some 150 California wines not normally poured at the New York Experience.

                  Among the Wine Experience's biggest fans are the exhibitors. The show gives them a chance to meet many of their competitors and taste their wines, and to visit New York restaurants and perhaps drum up some trade.

                  The same is true of the sommeliers, most of whom work for well-known restaurants. Saskia Schuit, who has served as a sommelier at every Wine Experience for 12 years, flies in from Amsterdam, where she is an importer and brings in many California and Washington State wines. ''This is where I find out what's going on in my trade,'' she said.

                  Is the Wine Experience worth $950? The heat and the crowds can be oppressive in the Grand Tastings and the long corridors of the Marriott Marquis bear little resemblance to the Robert Mondavi Winery or Chateau Lynch-Bages, but there is probably no better way to sample so many of the world's best wines in one location.

                  The three-day program was sold out by last May and the evening tastings by September. Once $950 would buy a cellarful of wine. Today it barely buys a case of good Bordeaux. Which probably makes the Wine Experience a pretty good deal.


                  WINE TALK A 20,000-Bottle Weekend

                  THE next time you are trapped washing wineglasses after the guests leave, cheer up. After each big tasting at the New York Wine Experience last week, members of the staff at the Marriott Marquis Hotel had to wash and dry some 27,000 of them.

                  Everything at the Wine Experience, a three-day extravaganza for wine buffs, was outsize, including the number of guests. About 1,100 signed up for the whole long weekend, and an additional 1,500 turned up on either Thursday or Friday evening to sample some of the 350 wines that were being poured by representatives of 250 wineries worldwide. At several of the sit-down tastings, 1,000 participants consumed a total of more than 90 cases of wine. Twenty sommeliers worked behind the scenes, opening, decanting and pouring more than 20,000 bottles of wine over three days.

                  The New York Wine Experience is presented every two years by M. Shanken Communications, the publisher of Wine Spectator and other magazines. In alternate years, the California Wine Experience, mostly featuring that state's wines, has been held in San Francisco. The Wine Experience -- this was the 19th -- is the largest regularly held wine event in this country, but it is hardly a recent phenomenon, nor is it the largest worldwide.

                  That distinction probably goes to the Fete des Vignerons in Switzerland, which dates back to the 14th century. It is held every 22 years, most recently last summer. A theatrical spectacle as well as a wine fair, it attracted more than a million visitors to the town of Vevey over a three-week period in July and August.

                  The New York event also offered a banquet on Saturday featuring the singer Gladys Knight, but the main entertainment was the promotion of wines. Most of those who attended the Wine Experience were relatively sophisticated wine drinkers not too many neophytes are likely to part with $950 for the weekend. And producers eagerly showed them -- and got them to drink -- their wines.

                  That the participants were fairly knowledgeable was evident from the exhibitors they sought out at the Grand Tastings. A crowd at the Chateau Mouton-Rothschild booth was no surprise, especially with Baroness Philippine de Rothschild pouring, but almost as many eager fans jostled for a chance to sample Ridge Vineyards' Monte Bello cabernet sauvignon from the Santa Cruz Mountains, the premier cru Puligny-Montrachet of the Domaine Leflaive in Burgundy, and Unico, the legendary wine of Vega Sicilia in Spain.

                  Though guests who attended only the two Grand Tastings paid $165 each, and showed determination by waiting in long lines, they were able to taste wines worth considerably more than they paid. Besides Mouton-Rothschild, Bordeaux was represented by Chateaux d'Yquem, Margaux, Lynch-Bages and Rauzan-Segla, and Vieux-Chateau-Certan, among many others. Rare Italian wines like Angelo Gaja's Alteni di Brassica sauvignon blanc and Montevertine's Pergole Torte, from Tuscany, were available.

                  Five Weeknight Dishes

                  Emily Weinstein has menu suggestions for the week. Daar is duisende idees vir wat om te kook, wat op u wag op die New York Times Cooking.

                    • The brilliant Kay Chun brings the flavors of Korean barbecue to the burger format in this recipe for Korean cheeseburgers.
                    • Ali Slagle has a trick to get brash flavor on this ginger-lime chicken: using mayo in the marinade.
                    • Yasmin Fahr stirs together thick yogurt, feta and Persian cucumbers to toss in this salmon and couscous salad.
                    • This salad pizza with white beans and parmesan is a complete meal, inspired by California Pizza Kitchen.
                    • The name yo po mian, a staple from the Shaanxi Province in China, means “oil-sprinkled noodles.”

                    In the early days of the Wine Experience, many exhibitors were content to show their less expensive wines. Now the Wine Experience audience demands the best and, in most cases, they got it. Instead of pouring its regular brut Champagne, Veuve Clicquot poured its top-of-the-list Grande Dame. Instead of a tawny or some lesser port, the Quinta do Noval poured its vintage 1995. Each exhibitor paid $1,200 to participate and was required to bring six cases, 72 bottles, of a single wine.

                    ONE enticing tasting was on Saturday morning, when guests were offered samples of wines from some of California's smallest and most sought-after producers, including Patz & Hall, Testarossa Vineyard, Flowers Vineyards and Winery, David Arthur Vineyards and Howell Mountain Vineyards. Virtually unknown to the public, these 'ɼult'' wines are the ultimate goal of wealthy collectors. As a group, the cult wines are beautifully crafted and long-lived. But their high prices reflect their scarcity as much as their quality. Some of these wineries are so small that they had to part with almost half a year's production to cover the Wine Experience's needs.

                    A tasting on Saturday afternoon featured wine from five of the so-called super seconds, Bordeaux chateaus that match or better the wines of some of the famous first-growth chateaus like Margaux and Latour. Featured were the quite expensive wines of Chateaux Palmer, Leoville-Barton, Pichon-Baron, Pichon-Lalande and Cos-dɾstournel.

                    The Wine Experience is a nonprofit event. Income goes to a scholarship fund to assist people studying for careers in the wine industry. Beginning next year, the California Wine Experience will begin moving from city to city nationwide. Its first stop will be New York. Bringing the California event to the East will give New York wine lovers a chance to experience some 150 California wines not normally poured at the New York Experience.

                    Among the Wine Experience's biggest fans are the exhibitors. The show gives them a chance to meet many of their competitors and taste their wines, and to visit New York restaurants and perhaps drum up some trade.

                    The same is true of the sommeliers, most of whom work for well-known restaurants. Saskia Schuit, who has served as a sommelier at every Wine Experience for 12 years, flies in from Amsterdam, where she is an importer and brings in many California and Washington State wines. ''This is where I find out what's going on in my trade,'' she said.

                    Is the Wine Experience worth $950? The heat and the crowds can be oppressive in the Grand Tastings and the long corridors of the Marriott Marquis bear little resemblance to the Robert Mondavi Winery or Chateau Lynch-Bages, but there is probably no better way to sample so many of the world's best wines in one location.

                    The three-day program was sold out by last May and the evening tastings by September. Once $950 would buy a cellarful of wine. Today it barely buys a case of good Bordeaux. Which probably makes the Wine Experience a pretty good deal.


                    WINE TALK A 20,000-Bottle Weekend

                    THE next time you are trapped washing wineglasses after the guests leave, cheer up. After each big tasting at the New York Wine Experience last week, members of the staff at the Marriott Marquis Hotel had to wash and dry some 27,000 of them.

                    Everything at the Wine Experience, a three-day extravaganza for wine buffs, was outsize, including the number of guests. About 1,100 signed up for the whole long weekend, and an additional 1,500 turned up on either Thursday or Friday evening to sample some of the 350 wines that were being poured by representatives of 250 wineries worldwide. At several of the sit-down tastings, 1,000 participants consumed a total of more than 90 cases of wine. Twenty sommeliers worked behind the scenes, opening, decanting and pouring more than 20,000 bottles of wine over three days.

                    The New York Wine Experience is presented every two years by M. Shanken Communications, the publisher of Wine Spectator and other magazines. In alternate years, the California Wine Experience, mostly featuring that state's wines, has been held in San Francisco. The Wine Experience -- this was the 19th -- is the largest regularly held wine event in this country, but it is hardly a recent phenomenon, nor is it the largest worldwide.

                    That distinction probably goes to the Fete des Vignerons in Switzerland, which dates back to the 14th century. It is held every 22 years, most recently last summer. A theatrical spectacle as well as a wine fair, it attracted more than a million visitors to the town of Vevey over a three-week period in July and August.

                    The New York event also offered a banquet on Saturday featuring the singer Gladys Knight, but the main entertainment was the promotion of wines. Most of those who attended the Wine Experience were relatively sophisticated wine drinkers not too many neophytes are likely to part with $950 for the weekend. And producers eagerly showed them -- and got them to drink -- their wines.

                    That the participants were fairly knowledgeable was evident from the exhibitors they sought out at the Grand Tastings. A crowd at the Chateau Mouton-Rothschild booth was no surprise, especially with Baroness Philippine de Rothschild pouring, but almost as many eager fans jostled for a chance to sample Ridge Vineyards' Monte Bello cabernet sauvignon from the Santa Cruz Mountains, the premier cru Puligny-Montrachet of the Domaine Leflaive in Burgundy, and Unico, the legendary wine of Vega Sicilia in Spain.

                    Though guests who attended only the two Grand Tastings paid $165 each, and showed determination by waiting in long lines, they were able to taste wines worth considerably more than they paid. Besides Mouton-Rothschild, Bordeaux was represented by Chateaux d'Yquem, Margaux, Lynch-Bages and Rauzan-Segla, and Vieux-Chateau-Certan, among many others. Rare Italian wines like Angelo Gaja's Alteni di Brassica sauvignon blanc and Montevertine's Pergole Torte, from Tuscany, were available.

                    Five Weeknight Dishes

                    Emily Weinstein has menu suggestions for the week. Daar is duisende idees vir wat om te kook, wat op u wag op die New York Times Cooking.

                      • The brilliant Kay Chun brings the flavors of Korean barbecue to the burger format in this recipe for Korean cheeseburgers.
                      • Ali Slagle has a trick to get brash flavor on this ginger-lime chicken: using mayo in the marinade.
                      • Yasmin Fahr stirs together thick yogurt, feta and Persian cucumbers to toss in this salmon and couscous salad.
                      • This salad pizza with white beans and parmesan is a complete meal, inspired by California Pizza Kitchen.
                      • The name yo po mian, a staple from the Shaanxi Province in China, means “oil-sprinkled noodles.”

                      In the early days of the Wine Experience, many exhibitors were content to show their less expensive wines. Now the Wine Experience audience demands the best and, in most cases, they got it. Instead of pouring its regular brut Champagne, Veuve Clicquot poured its top-of-the-list Grande Dame. Instead of a tawny or some lesser port, the Quinta do Noval poured its vintage 1995. Each exhibitor paid $1,200 to participate and was required to bring six cases, 72 bottles, of a single wine.

                      ONE enticing tasting was on Saturday morning, when guests were offered samples of wines from some of California's smallest and most sought-after producers, including Patz & Hall, Testarossa Vineyard, Flowers Vineyards and Winery, David Arthur Vineyards and Howell Mountain Vineyards. Virtually unknown to the public, these 'ɼult'' wines are the ultimate goal of wealthy collectors. As a group, the cult wines are beautifully crafted and long-lived. But their high prices reflect their scarcity as much as their quality. Some of these wineries are so small that they had to part with almost half a year's production to cover the Wine Experience's needs.

                      A tasting on Saturday afternoon featured wine from five of the so-called super seconds, Bordeaux chateaus that match or better the wines of some of the famous first-growth chateaus like Margaux and Latour. Featured were the quite expensive wines of Chateaux Palmer, Leoville-Barton, Pichon-Baron, Pichon-Lalande and Cos-dɾstournel.

                      The Wine Experience is a nonprofit event. Income goes to a scholarship fund to assist people studying for careers in the wine industry. Beginning next year, the California Wine Experience will begin moving from city to city nationwide. Its first stop will be New York. Bringing the California event to the East will give New York wine lovers a chance to experience some 150 California wines not normally poured at the New York Experience.

                      Among the Wine Experience's biggest fans are the exhibitors. The show gives them a chance to meet many of their competitors and taste their wines, and to visit New York restaurants and perhaps drum up some trade.

                      The same is true of the sommeliers, most of whom work for well-known restaurants. Saskia Schuit, who has served as a sommelier at every Wine Experience for 12 years, flies in from Amsterdam, where she is an importer and brings in many California and Washington State wines. ''This is where I find out what's going on in my trade,'' she said.

                      Is the Wine Experience worth $950? The heat and the crowds can be oppressive in the Grand Tastings and the long corridors of the Marriott Marquis bear little resemblance to the Robert Mondavi Winery or Chateau Lynch-Bages, but there is probably no better way to sample so many of the world's best wines in one location.

                      The three-day program was sold out by last May and the evening tastings by September. Once $950 would buy a cellarful of wine. Today it barely buys a case of good Bordeaux. Which probably makes the Wine Experience a pretty good deal.


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