The Weekly Nibble from MIAbites features a curated listing of unique, fun and creative dining events and options in the Miami area. Please confirm details ahead of time and make reservations as needed.Read More
Calling all oenophiles: Don’t miss Wine Spectator’s Grand Tour Miami taking place this Friday, May 10 at Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
As part of their Grand Tour series, Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine, is hosting their final event in Miami, which promise to be an unforgettable wine tasting experience featuring more than 200 of the world’s finest wineries pouring their best bottles.Read More
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Have you gotten something for your special someone? Flowers and chocolate are always sweet, but why be so predictable when you’ve got the option to buy a heart-shaped box of croquetas? If you’re gonna go the chocolate route (and we’d never blame you if you did), check out some of Miami’s chocolate shops where you’ll find one of a kind chocolates and even caramel filled perfume bottles.Read More
Chilean wines are so in right now, especially at the higher-end of the economic spectrum. More and more, restaurants and their sommeliers are placing these wines on premium lists around the country, and people are starting to take notice of the expansion in quality coming out of the region. Fogo de Chão on Miami Beach is a great place to experience this revolution.Read More
Brickell is home to tons of amazing restaurants, many of which we think are often overlooked. Boulud Sud is easily one of our favorites that should be on everyone’s radar. It’s just over the bridge on the first floor of the JW Marriott Marquis hotel and if you aren’t a hotel guest, or within walking distance of the space during the work day, then there’s a chance you haven’t made it there yet.
Once inside you’ll discover a Mediterranean escape created by the one and only Daniel Boulud. Executive Chef Clark Bowen heads the kitchen creating delicious dishes that, pair perfectly with wines chosen by Head Sommelier Haunah Klein. It's where we want to spend every #WineWednesday.Read More
Yes, her name really is Rebekah Wineburg, not Weinberg… but WINEburg and she is one of the few women winemakers in Napa Valley and the head winemaker for boutique winery, Quintessa in Rutherford, CA.
In South Florida for the monthly special Cellar 1954 Wine Dinner at Michael Mina’s StripSteak at The Fontainebleau, I caught up with Rebekah for a glass of wine (what else?) and some conversation.Read More
The popular term, “Rosé All Day” just a got a lot better. At last nights, South Beach Wine and Food Festival VIP Directors event at The Shelborne hosted by SOBEWFF founder, Lee Schrager, The Palm by Whispering Angel was introduced for the first time by National Sales Director, Paul Chevalier.Read More
Each week, MIAbites features upcoming food events and other Miami area happenings. Here is what is brewing over the next couple of weeks:
This past Satruday June 10th was National Rosé Day. National Rosé Day is observed annually on the second Saturday in June.
Rosé is probably the oldest known type of wine, dating back as far as 600 BC. Rosé wines are generally made from red grapes and are very versatile wines that complement many types of food. Rosé is lighter than red wine and deeper than white wine.
The pink color of rosé wine depends on the time the grape skin stays in contact with the juice, also known as maceration. There are rosé wines that are semi-sparkling or sparkling with different intense of sweetness levels and dryness.
Here are a few spots you can celebrate this refreshing wine holiday... and every day #AllDay:Read More