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Candid Wines Temple Bar Chicago

Wine at Temple Bar Chicago

New Wine at Temple Bar Chicago Candid Wines is excited to work with Temple Bar Chicago to present a new and exciting selection of wines.  Click through the tabs below to learn more about each bottle on the list, from technical information to videos with the producers.

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Big Jones use of Huff Kerner

Big Jones on Check, Please!

Big Jones and Chef Paul Fehribach on this week’s Check, Please! The feature shines a light on Paul’s hospitality and some of the inspiration for his food.   I feel fortunate that Jessica has connected our wines with Paul’s food and I love that we can be even a small part of the environment and experience […]

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Klaus Peter Keller in the Hipping vineyard on the Red Slope.

Queen Elizabeth II: A Sixty Year Love Affair with Riesling!

The British Royal Family celebrate the Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee today, and they are celebrating is style.  Klaus Peter Keller’s 2012 Reisling from the Hipping Vineyard in the Rheinhessen will be the wine served to visiting dignitaries at the Jubilee and at the Royal Court. When she ascended to the throne on June 2nd, […]

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Cru Unveils Wine List

Few spots in the city have more regular surprises that Feast on Damen Ave.  That’s because Bret Heiar is always looking around town to see what sort of new grapes are being grown around the world and what wine regions are emerging or re-emerging at the moment.  You’re likely to find indigenous grapes from Portugal, […]

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Big Jones

Jonesing for some Kerner? Eat at Big Jones!

If you have a hankering for a glass of Huff Kerner and some crawfish etouffee then you need to get yourself over to Big Jones in Andersonville. Big Jones is Chicago’s home for heirloom southern style cooking, so we figured it was also a good home for some of our, using the term loosely, heirloom […]

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Klaus Peter and Damien in the Hubacker Vineyard

After the Debacle Called Liebfraumilch – NYTimes.com

Wine writer Eric Asimov has long been a fan of Klaus Peter Keller’s wines. There is a resurgence in the Rheinhessen that he captures nicely in this column in the New York Times. Asimov details the work Keller has done near the estate in Florsheim-Dalsheim as well as the revival of Nierstein as one of […]

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Tuesday night at the XRT Rockin Lobster Bash @ Red Door

A Big thank you to everyone at the XRT Rockin Lobster Bash on Tuesday

Thank you Red Door for the packed house on Tuesday night. A BIG thank you to Supreme Lobster for providing the tasty crustaceans, and we have to give props to Mindy Segal, Mike Sheerin, Ryan Poli, Dirk Flanagen, Jason Vincent, Mark Steuer, Paul Fehribach, and Troy Graves for cooking up some delicious Lobster for everyone.We […]

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The Huff Family in the Hipping Vineyard

Weingut Huff: Where is the winery?

Looking out onto the Rhine River from the Hipping Vineyard. To help situate the Weingut Huff’s vineyards within the Rheinhessen, take a look at this very good map from The Wine Doctor’s site and his overview of the region. You can see the Hipping vineyard, from whence comes the Spätlese Trocken that we so love. […]

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