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The Relationship Between the storing wines and Absence of light
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. Absence of light, or in other words darkness, is ideal for storing wines in. Light will tend to prematurely age a wine, and this is true even of the darker bottles as some amounts of ultra-violet rays will manage to get in. Lighter colored or clear...
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What is the Right Wine Humidity?
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. Wine humidity is an important factor in the storage of wines, but this doesn’t affect the wine so much as it does the cork of the bottle. With a relative steady wine humidity, the cork won’t shrink. If it does happen then there’s a chance that...
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At What Temperature Should Wines be Kept
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. Along with everything else, wine temperature is a critical factor in the storage of wines. First of all, you should know that white wines tend to be affected more easily by any temperature fluctuations than red wines are. That said, a good constant...
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Storing Wines in a Wine Cellar
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. The best way to store wines at home is if you have a cellar. Unfortunately not everyone can have a cellar in their homes, and not every home has the capacity to have a cellar. If you’re an ardent die-hard wine enthusiast you might then go to the...
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A Look at the Wine Producing Countries
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. There are quite a few wine producing countries in the world apart from the better known France. A few even have as long a history of wine production as France itself. For the others, the new comers to the wine industry with little to no history of...
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wine serving temperatures
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. In general you should really serve wine at a no more than the 650F mark. Anything more than that will make the wine taste different. But that’s only in general. Ideally each wine or wine type has a certain wine serving temperatures at which it’s...
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Removing Red Wine Stains
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. This subject is important to quite a lot of people. Besides this is something that every red wine lover will need to know at some point in time. Then again not every one will be too fussed about removing red wine stains from their carpets or their...
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The Wine Variations
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. The many wine variations that can be found in wines these days, comes as the result of many different processes. As you know wines don’t only have to vary according to color or whether it’s bubbly or not. Wine Variations can occur depending on...
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What Are Organic Wines?
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. You might get confused and wonder how on earth you can go more organic than a wine, right? The fact of the matter is that even though we aren’t aware of it, grape crops to a very great extent are sprayed with as many different pesticides as needed...
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Which Wines Are Right for Your Palate
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. There are many wines to choose from these days, and it’s a safe bet to say that wine has come into its own over the past few years. In fact the move towards positive wine consumption and wine tasting has grown over the years to a very sizeable...
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Different types of wines
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. There are so many types of wines out there these days that it can become quite confusing for the normal person to choose which wine will best suit their palates. These days, you almost have to be a certified wine connoisseur to be able to get the ...
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Which Grapes Are Used Wine Making?
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. Perhaps you might like to know which grapes are used in Making of Wine. The list of grape varieties below isn’t comprehensive, but it does give a look into the world of wine grapes. AuxerroisThis grape is also known as Malbec or Côt. The Auxerrois...
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Steps and Processes Which go Into the Making of Wines
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. There are a few steps and processes which go into the making of wines and the final evolution that appears magically on our tables.When to Pick the GrapesThis is a crucial step in the process of wine making and as such should be taken seriously....
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What Sets Champagne Apart
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. You might wonder if champagne is truly a wine, or whether it might be in a category all on its own. Well, the truth of the matter is that champagne is a wine, and it is made with wine grapes. Often times the most common wine grapes used will be Pinot...
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The French Paradox and the Health Benefits of Red Wine
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. November 17, 1991. What was so special about this day then? Well, it was the day that the TV documentary program, "60 minutes" aired its program called "The French Paradox". This was the day that the world first learned of the health benefits of red...
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Red or White Wine?
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. When you go to a restaurant or if you’re just going to buy yourself a few bottles of wine, it can be surprisingly difficult to choose between a red wine or a white wine. The choice for me at least stems more from personal preference. If I know that...
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The Fuss about Wine
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. So, what really is all the fuss about? A rose by any other name is still a rose right? And if you’ve tasted one red wine, you’ve pretty much tasted them all right? No such thing I’m afraid. There’s more to wines than just the color of it, and...
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Sharing a Good Bottle of Wine
by Muna Wa Wanjiru. Whether it’s making wines, tasting wines or drinking wines, there’s no doubt at all that you have to have some kind of passion and enthusiasm for it. You could of course just quaff the whole thing down without any further thought to the bouquet...
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Why Should You Join a Wine Club?
by Rahul Rungta. Not sure what wines to buy? Always buy the same thing? Looking for a regular supply of wines direct to your door? If the answer is yes to any of the above, then you should consider joining a wine club. Wine clubs have become increasingly popular in...
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Buying Wine Gifts
by Rahul Rungta. When looking for gifts for relatives and friends, it can sometimes be difficult to find something that they will enjoy. After all, it is hard to buy things for a home or an individual if you are not quite sure that a gift will be to their taste. That...
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Choosing The Perfect Wine Gift
by Rahul Rungta. When you are looking for a wine gift, what better place to look than online. Not only is there a host of different products available, but they are delivered direct to the person you want to give to.The gifts are always excellently presented in...
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How To Taste Lots Of Wines
by Rahul Rungta. There is no better way to get to know a variety of wine than going to a wine tasting. It is a unique opportunity to taste wines, have an expert guide you through the tasting, give them points according to your own tastes, and then, by the end of the...
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The Fine Wines of Portugal
by David Cowley. Portugal may not be the first country you think of when you're looking for new wines to sample. However, Portuguese wine production outdates many other countries; the Portuguese have been trading wine with the rest of the world since the early 18th...
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French Wines Are Still Considered the Best!
by David Cowley. Anyone that loves wine is probably going to agree that French wines are some of the best in the business, if not the absolute best in the world. How can such a small country be such a dominant force in the winemaking world? What makes wines from...
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Italian Wines
by David Cowley. Making wine is probably as old as humankind itself, and one of the oldest winemaking regions in the world is Italy. Italian wines traces their roots as far back as the Roman Empire, and probably even before that. Rome is the city that began...
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