New Informational Blog GourmetDeVille.com to Focus on Sophisticated Cuisine and Beverages

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The idea driving the service is to gather and highlight important and often hard-to-find news about the artisanal sector all in one place for easy reference and distribution. The new site also features a search engine and a backfile of high-value information.

Who wants to spend time searching online when that time could be better spent enjoying fine food and beverages with friends and family?

A new blog and information service, Gourmet De Ville, at http://www.gourmetdeville.com, will report on cutting edge products, vendors, chefs, and bartenders in the field of sophisticated cuisine and innovative beverages. The editorial team will highlight trends and feature recipes which expand the flavor spectrum. The service is available at no charge and will feature four to five stories a day beginning Jan. 21, 2013.

Stephen E. Arnold, an online systems expert based in Louisville, recently learned about the boom in haute cuisine and spirits and saw the need for this convenient Web-based service which curates high-value information about artisanal and craft spirits and foods.

Arnold said: “The demand for information about gourmet food, beverages, and experts is exploding. Louisville has emerged as a hotspot in these market sectors. Gourmet De Ville will collect a range of information designed to please the taste buds and the mind of discerning diners and drinkers as well as anyone interested in the food and beverage industry."

The idea driving the service is to gather and highlight important and often hard-to-find news about the artisanal sector all in one place for easy reference and distribution. The new site also features a search engine and a backfile of high-value information. Categories on the site include food and beverage features, industry trends, recipes, and a focus on spirits. Stories planned for Gourmet De Ville include reports on the popularity of fruit-derived spirits, the growth of “house-made” bar drinks, how distilling may be the next frontier in the local food movement, and a feature on how gourmet and artisanal foods and beverages are expected to continue their strong trend into 2013. And, Gourmet De Ville will share and highlight informative articles from blogs and websites such as drinkhacker.com and The Boozy Baker.

Arnold added: “The volume of information about artisanal spirits and food is astounding. A laundry list of Google results requires considerable time to review and understand. Gourmet De Ville will put the best information in a compact, easy-to-understand format. Who wants to spend time searching online when that time could be better spent enjoying fine food and beverages with friends and family?”

The site will launch on Jan. 21 at http://gourmetdeville.com. For more information, contact gourmetdeville (at) yahoo (dot) com.

About Stephen E. Arnold, ArnoldIT
Stephen E. Arnold is a technology and financial analyst with more than thirty years of experience. In addition to “Google: The Digital Gutenberg,” he is the author of more than 50 journal articles and a number of other books, including “Internet 2000” and the first three editions of the 600-page encyclopedia of search called “The Enterprise Search Report.” His newest study of enterprise search, “The New Landscape of Enterprise Search: A Critical Review of the Market and Search Systems,” was published by Pandia in Oslo, Norway, in May 2011. He and his colleagues have completed a study of open source search vendors for IDC, the international consulting and information firm. Visit Beyond Search at http://www.arnoldit.com/wordpress and http://www.arnoldit.com/sitemap.html for more information.

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