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  Bacchanalia Estate Vineyard History
The picturesque Bacchanalia Estate Vineyard, nestled on the fertile banks of the Werribee River, Bacchus Marsh, was established in 1994 by ABC broadcaster and journalist John Reid and his wife Val.
Bacchanalia’s vines are planted in rows three metres apart with a 1.5 metre separation in the row.
Bacchanalia has adopted the collapsible form of GDC to allow the grapes to be picked mechanically.
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  Bacchanalia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bacchanalia is the annual festival of the English department at Hindu College, University of Delhi.
Bacchanalia is also a yearly party at Sarah Lawrence College to celebrate the end of conference work and the school year.
One of the best-known melodies from Camille Saint-Saëns's 1877 opera Samson and Delilah is the Bacchanalia.
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 Bacchanalia Research | Find Bacchanalia Articles | Encyclopedia.com: FREE Online Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Articles And ...
Bacchanalia, in Roman religion, festival in honor of Bacchus, god of wine.
Bacchanalia were introduced from lower Italy into Rome, where they were...
Bacchanalia one to be on; DETERMINED: Fallon's mount suited to cut at Catterick.(Sport)
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 Bacchanalia – FREE Bacchanalia Information | Encyclopedia.com: Facts, Pictures, Information!
Originally a religious ceremony, like the Liberalia, it gradually became an occasion for drunken, licentious excesses and was finally forbidden by law (186 BC).
But amid the bacchanalia, what skirts laden with mini stuffed teddy bears and furry animal-shaped backpacks had to do with the theme was something...
Barbecue Bacchanalia; The best summer wines are classy, cool and refreshing.
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 Bacchanalia Estate Wines
Bacchanalia was indeed lucky to have three vintages made exclusively by Patrick Carmody apart from his own Craiglee range.
The Bacchanalia winery was constructed in 2001 and the first vintage was produced on the estate at 160 Taverner St, Bacchus Marsh in 2002 assisted by wine consultant John Lakey.
Bacchanalia is particularly pleased with this vintage which continues to grow, setting the standard for the Semillon range.
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 View Bacchanalia
Bacchanalia’s seasonal menu relies entirely on organic ingredients, many sourced from Chef Anne and Clifford’s farm, so that diners can have an utterly unique dining experience each time they return.
Bacchanalia is consistently one of the most honored restaurants in Atlanta and the Southeast.
Gourmet magazine included Bacchanalia as one of the Top 50 Restaurants in America in 2006, and the Zagat Guide ranked Bacchanalia as the number one restaurant in Atlanta for 11 years in a row, as well as one of the top 10 restaurants in the country in 2006.
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200 BC), the bacchanalia were held in secret and attended by women only, on three days in the year in the grove of Simila[?] near the Aventine Hill, on March 16 and 17.
Subsequently, admission to the rites were extended to men and celebrations took place five times a month.
In spite of the severe punishment inflicted on those found in violation of this decree, the Bacchanalia were not stamped out, at any rate in the south of Italy, for a very long time.
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 bacchanalia - reviews
Bacchanalia comprises of a ground floor bar and informal dining area, and an upstairs formal restaurant.
Being told that the restaurant upstairs was empty however, we opted to eat at one of the high wooden tables in the ground floor bar.
And from Bacchanalia’s name, I expect that many people may presume that it is a Greek restaurant, which in all honesty, it isn’t.
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 Boston University Bacchanalia Constitution
The intention of this article is to prevent the inclusion or exclusion of a group from Bacchanalia based solely on the group’s beliefs, composition, or performance style.
It is acceptable for Bacchanalia to use an audition-based system to select groups and to set basic requirements such as attendance and preparedness as part of the audition evaluation.
With the formation of the group Bacchanalia in the fall of 1998, Milque Toahst was adopted as the official animal of the group and remains in the care of the Executive Board.
people.bu.edu /bacch/bacchcon.txt   (3062 words)

 Dictionary.com/Word of the Day Archive/bacchanalia
Alpha Epsilon brothers began their bacchanalia with an off-campus keg party featuring "funneling," in which beer is shot through a rubber hose into the drinker's mouth.
This is not at all to suggest that the Revolution was a sort of non-stop bacchanalia, but that partial drunkenness was often an important component in a certain type of revolutionary excitability, particularly in meetings or committees.
One who celebrates the Bacchanalia, or indulges in drunken revels, is a bacchanal \\BAK-uh-nuhl; bak-uh-NAL\\, which is also another term for a drunken or riotous celebration.
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 VSAG Vucurevich Simons Advisory Group, Restaurant Consultants - Who We Are - Colleen Hilker
Colleen began her career as a pastry chef in 1995 as the first executive pastry chef at Bacchanalia, the perennial top restaurant in Atlanta.
As an integral part of the Bacchanalia kitchen, Colleen was fortunate enough to cook at the prestigious James Beard House in New York City at the foundation’s annual dinner.
When the owners of Bacchanalia opened their marketplace and bakery, Star Provisions, Colleen was once again part of the team developing and producing desserts and bread for the retail operation.
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 Bacchanalia - Westside / Home Park - Atlanta, GA
I have been dining at Bacchanalia since they were in their original location in an old house on Piedmont Rd. Even then, before I became a full blown foodie, I realized that I was experiencing something really special.
Bacchanalia may be the oldest of their concepts but its still relevant and valuable to the scene both in Atlanta and nationally.
What I love about Bacchanalia is all the little things; the amuse bouche at the beginning of the meal, the little sorbets and palate cleansers in between meals, the way the wait staff folds your napkin if you get up for a moment.
www.yelp.com /biz/bacchanalia-atlanta   (4858 words)

 Bacchanalia User Reviews - Atlanta, GA 30318 - Citysearch
Bacchanalia is the ONLY reason I'll ever go back to Atlanta.
A visit to Bacchanalia is a truly special and positively unforgettable experience, not to be missed.
Bacchanalia is consistently one of the most honored restaurants in the city, and after dining there for the second time last night, I can truly say that this reputation is more than deserved.
atlanta.citysearch.com /review/3011733/editorial/?cslink=cs_profile_tabs_editorial_review   (1270 words)

 Bacchanalia Manchester
'Bacchanalia' is a Greek word for 'a gathering of people, eating, drinking and having a good time' and that's what you'll find at Bacchanalia bar in Manchester.
Bacchanalia is well situated for shoppers and business-folk alike, turning into a busy night-time venue for dinner and drinks - the ideal destination for theatre and concert goers with the Royal Exchange and MEN Arena being just around the corner.
The first thing you see when you step foot inside Bacchanalia is that downstairs is predominantly a bar, with the bartenders serving over 150 cocktails and a selection of wines that Baccus, the Greek god of wine, would be proud of.
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 Bacchanalia restaurant in Manchester
Bacchanalia’s Amphitheatre is normally set with groovy leather seating for parties — it has its own bar, after all — but this warm red room can be configured for anything from a dozen for dinner to conference room with digital projection.
Bacchanalia was as i expected, it had a really warm and friendly atmosphere and the staff were welcoming.
Bacchanalia had good food with lots of fish dishes, rack of lamb is highly recommended.
www.toptable.co.uk /venues/restaurants/?id=4345   (796 words)

 Bacchanalia - One Man's Struggle to Find a Vibe at the World's Most Amazing Party - Salvador de las Bahias, Brazil - ...
It is a bacchanalia in every sense of the word: a week-long phantasmagoria of Samba, costumes, food, potent beverages and, of course, sex.
At their most debauched in the height of Roman decline, the bacchanalia were symbols of such excess that the Roman Senate, party poopers extraordinaire, criminalized them in 186 BC.
But the celebrations picked up again in the Middle Ages, when Carnival celebrations became an important means of release for the Christian devout just before the coming of the prohibitions of Lent, the forty days of fasting and penitence before Easter.
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Bacchanalia is not in Bruna's league by a long shot.
Bacchanalia is located at 2413 S. Oakley Ave., 773-254-6555.
i've not visited any other restaurants in that italian pocket, precisely because bacchanalia was so unimprssively average and because i figured all of the others in the area were equally throback, italian-fare-for-the-1950s-american-palate type places.
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 Georgia Trend
And increasingly, Bacchanalia's astonishing cheese selections are becoming as much a trademark as Harrison and Quatrano's cooking.
Bacchanalia has a fascinating and lengthy wine selection, but it's most fun to put yourself in the restaurant's able hands and choose the suggested matching wines for each course, typically between $8 and $12 per glass.
Or try one of Bacchanalia's juxtapositions, such thick shavings of parmigiano-reggiano with Medjool dates, or shaved pecorino romano with local arugula.
www.georgiatrend.com /art-of-the-meal/bacchanalia-always-tasteful.shtml   (599 words)

 Bacchanalia in Atlanta, GA - AOL City Guide
Formerly housed in an 80-year-old Buckhead cottage, Bacchanalia's current luxurious digs in a slickly converted industrial space seem well matched to the upscale culinary styles of chef-owners Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison, combining the comfort of the familiar with an innovative edge.
Bacchanalia has been consistently ranked one of the Top 10 restaurants in the city by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and was rated the city's finest by Zagat five years in a row.
Quatrano and Harrison, who were jointly nominated for Best Chef in the Southeast by the James Beard Foundation in 2000 and won the Southeast title in 2003, change up their four-course, prix-fixe dinner menu daily, using only the freshest ingredients (including locally grown seasonal and organic produce, much of which comes from their own gardens).
cityguide.aol.com /atlanta/restaurants/bacchanalia/v-64050   (372 words)

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Bacchanalia is the most popular of all the places situated in the Heart of Chicago neighborhood's Heart of Italy area on famous Oakley Avenue.
With so many chain Italian restaurants today, it is difficult to find an authentic Italian Restaurant with recipes that go all the way back to the 'Old Country.' Bacchanalia has this, and a staff that is more than happy to explain any dish on the menu you are interested in.
When you are in the beautiful old fashioned dining room, admiring the enormous mural of Bacchus himself, sip a glass of red wine, and enjoy any of the freshly made dishes with a taste that will remind you of your mom's cooking.
www.bacchanaliachicago.com   (209 words)

 Bacchanalia - Pilsen - Chicago, IL
Bacchanalia is the only spot I've been to on the famous stretch of Oakley Ave.
Bacchanalia is in little Italy--has been there for ages and you can imagine the history when you walk in--old time restraint, old time Chicago--deals being made in the back dining room over a drink.
The Shrimp Bacchanalia is one of their signature dishes and is excellent, as are the vesuvio dishes.
www.yelp.com /biz/bacchanalia-chicago   (4080 words)

 Atlanta's Finest Dining
Bacchanalia is the annual festival observed by his followers, which celebrates food, wine, dancing and all the pleasurable things in life.
Bacchanalia, named for the festival, is located at the corner of Howell Mill and Huff Roads.
Food and wines from various places are enjoyed daily, and the act of dining is elevated to a “religious experience.” This place approaches food and drink like a man lost in the dessert approaches a glass of water.
www.atlantasfinestdining.com /reviews/bacchanalia/index.html   (589 words)

 Quinones at Bacchanalia | AccessAtlanta
The concept would press forward the couple's vision of using locally grown ingredients, a maxim Bacchanalia has always adhered to, and one of the reasons the two were awarded the James Beard Award in 2003 while garnering rave reviews from local and national press.
It would be a prix fixe tasting menu, so that the chef would have the ability to use the freshest ingredients possible on a daily basis.
But unlike the industrial chicness of Bacchanalia, the restaurant would be undeniably feminine.
www.accessatlanta.com /restaurants/content/restaurants/reviews/0905/08quinonesatbacchanalia_.html   (1317 words)

 Bacchanalia American Restaurant in Atlanta GA - Restaurant Guide | AccessAtlanta
Bacchanalia has become the most celebrated restaurant in Atlanta.
One bite of dinner at this elegant yet easygoing restaurant will tell you why: beautifully sourced ingredients (many from the chef-owners’ own Summerland Farm), well-procured meats, cheeses and fish make for rare and fresh finds on your dinner plate.
We have tried several upscale restaurants in Atlanta and Bacchanalia is always wonderful, from the vast wine selection to the romantic setting and the awesome service.
www.accessatlanta.com /restaurants/restaurants/21415/DetailedList.jspd?activity=21415   (659 words)

The creation of Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison, chef/owners of Atlanta’s acclaimed Bacchanalia Restaurant, Star Provisions was a logical outgrowth of the owners’ passion for providing fine food.
Housed in front of Bacchanalia restaurant, the 3,500-square-foot Star Provisions has been steadily attracting restaurant patrons and food-savvy Atlantans since opening in January 2000.
The restaurant was, and is, a success, voted Atlanta’s number-one restaurant by Zagat for five straight years and the recipient of four stars from Mobil.
www.specialtyfood.com /do/news/ViewNewsArticle?id=141   (977 words)

 Bacchanalia, Chicago - Restaurant Reviews - TripAdvisor
Bacchanalia is unique in so many ways--I'll try to do it justice below: ABOUT THE FOOD: 1.
I have eaten at Bacchanalia several times over the last five years, and let me tell you: this is the best whitefish in the entire city.
The ambience is not exactly high class (you're greeted by a bar full of neighborhood locals as you walk in the door), and led to the back dining room.
chicago-hotels.tripadvisor.com /Restaurant_Review-g35805-d492765-Reviews-Bacchanalia-Chicago_Illinois.html   (861 words)

 Carnival Carnaval Mardi Gras Bacchanalia Lupercalia Medical Humanities Bioethics
Many Bacchanalia during Carnival arise from combining release from reason facilitated by alcoholic inhibition of inhibitions.
The links to explanatory notes given in the left column relate to three overviews concerned with ancient "spring love celebrations" and the "rebirth of life" or spring (blooms and buds) celebrated on February 14.
In any case, for the ancients, Dionysia was in honor of Dionysus who stood for "the nature of natural man".
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 Bacchanalia on Centerstage Chicago - Bacchanalia : 2413 S. Oakley Ave., Chicago, (773) 254-6555, Restaurant, Italian, ...
All of Bacchanalia's recipes have been handed down, and menu updates reflect the latest tastes—in Pisa, Italy, where the Pieris' cousin works as a chef, updating his stateside family on all-the-rage dishes, from a new tilapia entree to the restaurant's best-selling limoncello martini.
Toss a chef from Bari and his Southern Italian flair into the equation, and expect to have a tough time selecting between the touted chicken vesuvio and the eponymous shrimp dish, made with zucchini, onions, mushroom, tomatoes and garlic sauteed in a "special" butter wine sauce and served over pasta.
All dishes are made to order, and you can't go wrong with a seafood entree; look for specials like swordfish vesuvio and lobster ravioli with "the best vodka sauce in Chicago." There's a pink-walled bar up front; the rear restaurant, with vinyl tablecloths and tiny white Christmas lights, seats about 65.
www.centerstage.net /restaurants/bacchanalia.html   (265 words)

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