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the basics of wine 101
by Kelvin. The basics of wine 101Wine 101 is a way to teach an audience to appreciate wines and wine-making by tasting a variety of wines, all the while learning to describe what they're experiencing and relating to it. Wine 101 is a six-part series designed...
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Wine Cellar Equipment - How Do You Choose?
by Itbiz. Wine cellars are typically underground so that they are kept from bright light and high temperatures which can cause wine to spoil. You can either build shelves for your wine cellar or buy from a commercial builder. It is very important that the...
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Home wine making is not that difficult
by Brewingyourown. Although the thought about home wine making gives a romantic feeling, many people shy away from the idea that they don't have the knowledge, the time, or money to make a good product. In reality home wine making is both romantic and something anyone...
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Wine Tastings on Weekends in Asheville
by Ekirwin. In the Asheville area, wine tastings, and wine pairing meals are quite popular. All of the wine specialty stores and two of the health food markets offer wine tastings on a regular basis. Most are free, but some require a fee. Often the wine...
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The Best Out Of A Wine Sale
by Daniel Jowssey. A wine vacation is a great way to get to know a new corner of the world, dining on cuisine de terroir while enjoying local vintages and chatting with affable vineyard owners. Texan Rich Klein, who celebrated a 50th anniversary with his wife by taking...
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How to Store Fine Wines?
by Daniel Jowssey. Communicating of businessman is very important! Wine has progressed from being a simple beverage, to big business. Wine drinkers have a world of options available to them, and connoisseurs amass stockpiles of wines like hobbyists collect stamps. If...
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The Lesser Known Wonderful World of Wines
by Vikasenvigo. Time and again, alcohol and wine have been miserably confused with each other as one and the same thing. Reflecting upon the literally poor public awareness about wine in general and wine appreciation/ wine tasting in particular, wine lovers have
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NewYork based barwares Wine knot wine rack
by Jeya1984. The Mint Wine Knot is a seven bottle wine rack for six regular sized bottles and one oversized magnum or champagne bottle. The use of two intersected molded plywood components in birch and walnut allows the Wine Knot to live comfortably in the...
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Varieties of White Wine
by Ksinfotech01. The world of white wine can be tricky. It's hard to know what you like without first sampling a taste. This profile of white wine varietals will help you to choose wine that fits your taste profile and how to pronounce the names correctly to avoid...
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Foodista.com: Ruby vs. Tawny Port Wine
by Bdorfman. If you enjoy dessert wines, you may have wondered: What's the difference between Ruby and Tawny Port?Both are sweet wines from Portugal, the difference is that Tawny has been aged in oak barrels and Ruby goes straight into the bottle for aging after...
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Many People Today Have Wine Cellars
by Dfishman. Consider the space you have to work with, the size and weight of the unit and make sure to add the additional weight for the wine which averages about 3 pounds per bottle. When building a new home the best time to think or install a wine cellar would...
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Wood And Metal Wine Racks Are Perfect For Storing Bottles
by Dfishman. When choosing the type of wine rack you need to consider the following, do you want a freestanding, wall mounted or table top wine rack. For example, one popular choice for wine racks is steel, since this material can be heated and made into...
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Wine Is An Century Old Art
by Webmark. Wine making has been carried out in one form or another for thousands of years with pottery jars found in Persia (present day Iran) dating as far back as 5,500 BC displaying evidence of grapes use for winemaking. Additionally, jars from Jiahu in...
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How To Select A Top Quality Wine
by Webmark. Obviously the selection of a particular type, year and brand of wine is a matter of individual taste. Despite this, within the confines of price, there are various general principles about which most wine drinkers are in agreement.Fortunatey the...
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A Taste of Italy - Italian Wines
by Isolvum. It may come as a big surprise to you that more wine is produced in Italy than any other country in the world, but this information will come as no surprise to Italians. Wine making in Italy has been raised to the level of an art form. One that is...
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Ice Wine-Taste It
by Ginfop8. Of the many types of wine available, one of the most sought after is ice wine. Ice wine is rare, and can only be produced in certain regions, under certain weather conditions. Ice wine is produced in colder temperatures, such as British Columbia,...
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Wine Opener Gift Set: For Every Occasion
by Randy Letter . Wine opener gift sets are a wonderful kind of wine accessory gift set, and you’ll want to know the best places to buy such neat gifts, which are perfect for every important occasion in your life. There are some really great companies that offer...
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The Sophistication of Wine
by Caroline Silverstone . What makes wine add such a touch of sophistication to just about anybody? Is it the jewel-like color or the fancy glasses we drink it from? Is it because it represents special occasions for many of us? Is it because we associate it with formal events...
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Tips on How to Make Homemade Wine
by Drew Brown . In our quick evolving world where information and technology have made an enormous progress the old processes often are lost, we know how to produce in the quickest way and with the least amount of money and traditional production manners are treated...
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Learn About Wine Connoisseurs and Consumption
by Daniel Millions . Wine has been around for thousands of years, and has been produced through the simple fermentation of grapes. Many adults like to drink wine with their dinner, as not only does it have an enjoyable taste, the fact that there is alcohol present makes...
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Wine Cellar Lighting
by Russell Neal . Phantom linear strips make ideal wine cellar lights. Due to both their flexibility and concealment, they can be positioned in a variety of positions that create both direct and indirect cove lighting effects. In smaller wine cellars, they can...
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The Red Wine Secrets
by Dianne Ronnow . American scientists and other health experts from around the world are puzzled as they try to discover the “secret” behind the French Paradox. The problem is that the French consume three times as much saturated fat as Americans and one...
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Sonoma California Wine Tours For Zinfandel Lovers
by Jim Hunter . When it comes to Zinfandel, Americans are just plain crazy about both the red and white versions, making it the third most crushed grape varietal in the U.S., right behind Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. When it comes to growing and bottling zins,...
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Taste Best Wine for the Day
by Shijina . Preferring wine for occasions is not a matter of point. With consideration to the taste of wine, most of the people will prefer to have wine as per the requirement. Wine is a wonderful hot beverage which comes in different taste, color and...
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Cooking With Wine 101
by Caroline Silverstone . Many people are intimidated by the idea of cooking with wine. It sounds a little too fancy or even gourmet (that’s Greek for complicated). Maybe they are feeding a family and don’t like the idea of serving the little ones something with...
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