Food & Drink

August 10, 2014

California Wineries Producing Olive Oil

Olive oil is a staple in most American kitchens, due in part to education, as well as the general desire to eat better and consume quality food products. California olive-oil production has increased exponentially over the past decade. According to the California Olive Oil Council, as of January 2014, there were over 35,000 acres of olive trees planted in California for the production of extra virgin olive oil; currently, there are over 400 growers/producers of olive oil in California with over 75 olive varieties grown, which result in proprietary blends unique to California. Click here to read more about California wineries producing olive oil in the August/September issue of South Florida Lifestyle Guide.







 
 

 
Chateau Margene

Family Roots Run Deep in the Paso Robles CAB Collective

The Paso Robles CAB Collective celebrates family roots that run through member wineries. In many cases, multiple generations work together to create exceptional, age-worthy Bordealais wines that are highly coveted. It is this...
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lobsterfest

Key West Lobsterfest 2017

Calling all lobster lovers! Florida lobsters take the spotlight during Key West Lobsterfest 2017, Thursday through Sunday, August 10th-13th.  Key West Lobsterfest kicks off the Florida Keys lobster season with a host of event...
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Jordan Chef’s Reserve Caviar by Tsar Nicoulai

Jordan Winery Debuts Its First California Caviar

The luxurious taste of caviar has been a part of Jordan Vineyard & Winery’s elegant hospitality for decades, and the French-inspired wine producer’s connection to this culinary delicacy reaches new heights this month with...
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Taste History Culinary Tours

Summer Schedule Announced for Taste History Culinary Tour in Palm Beach County

Taste History Culinary Tours of Palm Beach County has listed its summer tour schedule for 2017. The Taste History Culinary Tour is four-hours and a combination of bus riding and 4 to 6 blocks of walking. Three to four eateries ...
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  1. [...] host. I was familiar with Round Pond Estate as I had written about their olive oil in an article on California Wineries that produce Olive Oil for our digital magazine, South Florida Lifestyle Guide. Now being presented with an opportunity to [...]



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