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Wine Tasting Tips
by Paul Duxbury. Even though many just assume that wine tasting is sipping, swishing, and swallowing - many are amazed to find that it is actually a bit more. Wine tasting is more of an art, an art that is used to distinguish the taste of fine wines. Wine can be a...
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Wine Appellations Sprinkled Among the Historic Chateaux
by Corina Clemence. The Loire River in France flows through the Touraine region for almost 100 kilometres dotted with many amazing French chateau open to the public and a wonderful location for a holiday. There are 5 AOC wines (Appelations d'origine Controlees - wines...
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A Rednecks Guide to Wine Appreciation
by Ross Lambert. First, allow me a moment to elucidate my qualifications: My grandpa was a bootlegger in the backwoods of Tennessee during prohibition. That's God's honest truth, and that bit of family history proves without question that I have both redneck DNA and...
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Regional Styles in California Wine
by Kris Koonar. For many years, the California wines have been closely linked with deep flavors, high alcohol content, more than just a hint of oak and forward fruit. Both, the white and red wines, tend to be slightly sweet in comparison to their European...
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White Wine to Lay Down
by Corina Clemence. Most people are aware of the general rule that white wines should not be aged. For example most Californian wines are meant to be consumed immediately and should never be aged. Generally white wines should not be aged because they are low on...
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Tilenus Wins Prestigous Wine Award
by James Johnson. Tilenus Wine Wins Awards while France and Italy have seen declines in their vineyard land the past six years, Spain is on the increase.A fine example is Bodegas Estefania, which produces some of the most sought-after wine. They are located in Bierzo,...
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Wine Gift Baskets For Any Occasion
by Tristan Andrews. For any celebration or glorious moment in life, wine is essential to have. Parties and celebrations are thought of as being incomplete unless there is wine present, which makes it an ideal gift for virtually any occasion. Wine gift baskets are a...
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The Making Of Red Wine
by Tristan Andrews. Among the many types of wine available, red wine is among the best. There are many types of red wine available, although most are made using the same methods. This very exhilarating type of wine is made from black grapes, drawing their color from...
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Winter Wines?
by Kris Koonar. With the holiday season fast approaching, most people are tackling the difficult task of purchasing wines that can be paired with the special foods of the season. Apart from the universal saying of Drink What You Like, there are a few useful tips to...
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Wine Country Corporate Events
by Kris Koonar. There are many wines touring services that combine industry knowledge and local expertise to help satisfy all your travel, incentive program and meeting needs in the Wine Country. These services know the Sonoma Valley and Napa Valley regions inside...
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Winery Cellar Clubs
by Kris Koonar. There are a few similarities between Advance Tasting Clubs, Winery Mailing Lists, and Cellar Clubs, but the differences between these can be considerable. There are some winery cellar clubs that offer bonus advantages and benefits to the members,...
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Current Trends in Cal-Ital Wines
by Kris Koonar. For the past few centuries, winemakers in California have mainly looked upon the Barbera Grape to provide Americans with a good quality Italian-styled Californian wine. Unfortunately for the winemakers, the American consumers never really took to it....
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How To Make A Cheap And Easy Gourmet Wine Gift Basket
by Helen Hecker. Buying a gourmet wine gift basket can be expensive. You can easily make a beautiful, custom, personalized, gourmet wine gift basket cheaply. You can use champagne too.Gift baskets are always popular and a great idea to give as a gift. People love to...
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The Right Wine Rack
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 Guide for Beginners
by Jamie Jefferson. You do not have to spend a fortune or spend hours reading labels to make good wine selections for your dinner guests. Here is a concise wine guide for beginners. Wine StylesAlthough the basic winemaking process is always the same, every wine has a...
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Restaurant Guide - Making Your Own Wine
by Josh Stone. One of the things that can put your restaurant on the map is serving your own in-house wine. Perhaps with some skill, you can compete with a name label. But even if your wine-making skills don't put you in ranks with the top French vineyards, the...
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Hungarian Wine Tradition
by Carl Hoffman. Despite what many may think, the area known as Hungary holds more wine tradition than any other country in Europe. Most of this very tradition is just now surfacing in the light, with people finally starting to catch wind about everything Hungarian...
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Vouvray - An exceptional Loire Valley Wine
by Corina Clemence. Vouvray is a Loire Valley white wine with a reputation for extraordinary finesse, longevity and a delightful versatility. Any way you taste it, Vouvray is a great white loaded with layers and flavours. Vouvray wines range from tart and dry to medium...
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Loire Valley Wines - Five Wine Appellations Sprinkled Among the Historic Chateaux
by Corina Clemence. The Loire River in France winds through the Touraine area for almost one hundred kilometres dotted with many amazing French chateau open to the public and a wonderful location for a holiday. There are 5 AOC wines (Appelations d'origine Controlees -...
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Wine And Its Effects To Your Health
by James Brown. Drinking wine or alcohol has been known to be the causes of cancer of the liver and negative social aspects but studies have indicated that it has beneficial effects to one's health as well.Research indicates that drinking a moderate amount of wine...
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Wine Tasting Just Like A Pro
by James Brown. There has been a growing interest nowadays with wine tasting and as what you may fail to realize there is more to wine tasting than just actually sipping it. If stored appropriately and aged accordingly, wine can be a very invigorating drink full of...
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Ordering Wine In A Restaurant
by James Brown. A big date may be coming up or you may be dining with other friends and your date or company would definitely be impressed if you knew what wine to order when eating out at some restaurant. While even wine masters don't know every type of wine that...
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The Ten-Minute Sommelier A Wine Guide
by Josh Stone. Of course, if your restaurant is serious about serving wine, you will want to have a wine expert on hand. This kind of expert is called a "sommelier", which is French for wine steward. However, for the restaurant that wants to just keep a few bottles...
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The Summer Season, Your Wine and So Much More!
by Faye_bautista. Enjoy the outdoors during the summer season. Picnics, barbeques, patio parties - all are great opportunities to enjoy good food and wine. Around this time of year, though it's been warm down here for a good many months and will only get warmer, it...
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Celebrity Winemakers And Their Wines
by Faye_bautista. Here is another celebrity that has ventured into winemaking, Sam Neill! He's one of my all time favorite actors. I always seem to enjoy whatever role he plays. Piano, for example, was probably one of the best films I remember him in. Movies, though,...
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