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09.2012

Massachusetts Beverage Business

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RUNNING THE LEGENDARY DURGIN-PARK

Article by: Fred Bouchard - SEANA KELLEY • 49 • General Manager • Durgin-Park Restaurant • Faneuil Hall Market • BostonLunch at Durgin-Park, that rough-n’-tumble icon of Boston dining culture, has been a 5O-year tradition for your reporter.  As undergraduates at Boston College, fellow choristers, marching band tootlers, miscellaneous music mavens and I observed a fairly faithful Friday ritual: we’d cut afternoon classes, Green Line it to Symphony Hall, grab a 6O¢ BSO ‘rush seat’ ticket, zip to [...] Read More »

ENDANGERED COCKTAIL OF THE MONTH: BOURBON BELLE

Article by: Pink Lady - We’d like to raise a glass today to one of our favorite bourbon drinks, the Bourbon Belle.  A modern classic created in the mid-2OOOs by LUPEC Boston founding member Joy Richard, this is hardly an extinct cocktail.  But we feel the drink deserves a little celebratory pomp for its clever riff on the staid classic, the Manhattan.  It’s a great example of how to tweak the old to create the new.Ah, the Manhattan.  [...] Read More »

DEMYSTIFYING BURGUNDY – ALEX GAMBAL AND THE 2OO9 VINTAGE

Article by: Harvey Finkel - Burgundy (i.e.: the Côte d’Or) is mysterious. Despite the misleading simplicity of essentially one white and one red grape sources, it is the wine region that novices are never comfortable confronting. Many winemakers make what is labeled as the same wine. Many winemakers are not equal. The terrain is divided into very many small parcels, sometimes by no visible physical boundaries. The very many small parcels exhibit infinite variation. There are growers and there are [...] Read More »

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