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1: Wine Tasting - Five Tips for Wine Tasting Room Etiquette

First time wine tasters may be a little confused when first entering the tasting room. While wine tastings should be a casual affair, there is a set of rules to follow. Read the five tips below carefu...

By: Phillip Hofman

2: 7 Obvious reasons Stemless Wine Glasses are worth their weig...

The wine glass seems to spark up so much debate amongst wine-lovers and connoisseurs alike. Is the flavour influenced more by glass or crystal? Which shape glass is best for which bouquet? How go...

By: Clint Sowrary

3: Prepare the Perfect Ice for Your Bar Drinks

If you are planning to get yourself a fine, quality liquor to make those very special bar drinks that you simply read about from a couple of online drink recipes, it's also wise to plan to take spe...

By: Jeremy Thompson

4: Bordeaux 2010 Is Shaping Up to Be As Good As 2009

<p>Bordeaux has had a number of excellent vintages in the past decade.  2000 was an incredible vintage year for the region, and 2005 turned out to be one of the best vintage years in the re...

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Bordeaux 2010 Is Shaping Up to Be As Good As 2009

5: Petite Verdot-A Grape Confounding Winemakers for Hundreds of...

<p>On a recent trip to Napa I was speaking with a winemaker who said that Petite Verdot was his favorite type of grape. It made me do a double take for a couple of reasons: to start Petite Verdo...

By: Mark Aselstine

6: Wine importers: The Friuli method for the viticulture and wi...

The winemaking history of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia has been strongly influenced by the history of the Friuli and Venezia Giulia regions that were important stops along the Mediterranean ...

By: Anonymous

7: "Bollicine" love the bubbly! Raise your Diamante Flutes!

"Bollicine" love the bubbly! Raise your Diamante Flutes! "Bollic...

By: Simona Bonati

8: Sparkling Wine Outperforms Champagne During Downturn

Sparkling wine may suffer from the the view held by many that Champagne is seen as the only drink to choose for true celebration, but the findings of a new IWSR/just-drinks report suggest the playing-...

By: Aroq Limited

9: Santa Barbara Wine Country - Great Wine on the California Co...

<p>Most people forget that southern California has a wine country of its own. You hear about Napa and Sonoma all the time, so it's easy to let the fact that Santa Barbara and Temecula have dozen...

By: Glenn Mercier

10: Paso Robles - A Wine Tour Must

My spouse and I have traveled through California many times on my way to see family in Monterey. We have traveled the "101" up the coast from Los Angeles and have used I-5 as well. Everywhere you...

By: Ronald Senn

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Shiraz - the History of Shiraz Wine

Shiraz, known as syrah in France, Chile, Argentina and most parts of the United States, is a type of grape. This grape, used to make wine, has a deep purple color. Shiraz is a unique wine, and has one of the highest serv...

By: Jennifer Waite

Easiest Ways to Make Authentic Sourdough Bread

Sourdough bread is usually included among the favorites of many bread connoisseurs around the world. Novice bakers find it difficult to capture the intense and deep flavor present in Sourdough breads. It also takes considerab...

By: Mary Walsh

Irish Food And Wine Pairing

I think the Irish are unlucky. Every St Patrick’s Day I conjure up visions of eating corned beef and cabbage for dinner. Then I wonder “What wine goes with corned beef and cabbage?” The corned be...

By: Mike Birdsall

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First Look: Fresh pasta and hard-to-find wines delight at The Bungalow Club

So exclaimed chef Andrew Kraft&#39;s mother upon first glimpsing the space that now houses The Bungalow Club, his inviting new neighborhood restaurant on East Lake Street. That casually elegant...


2018 canned wine releases

New York's Bridge Lane Wine released a full line of cans in January, including a red blend, rose, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and white merlot. On Long Island's North Fork, the Bridge Lane ...


Celebrate Wine Day With Alcohol Infused Desserts And Kick-off The Weekend

Desserts and wine are one of the best foods to pair together, to sum up, a perfect meal, but what if we tell you that they can be infused together and you can eat an alcohol-based dessert? With foo...


Villa Maria Estate voted "Most Trusted Wine Brand"

Villa Maria Estate has just been voted as the Reader's Digest 'Most Trusted New Zealand Wine Brand' for 2018. This is the second time in the last three years the family-owned New Zealan...


Winemakers Prevail in Arguing That Providing Current Safe Harbor...

On May 9, 2018, the Second Appellate District held in Charles et al. v. Sutter Home Winery, Inc., et al. that several winemakers that provided general Proposition 65 safe harbor warnings for alcoho...



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