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  • Finding The Best Pinot Noir By : Jack Terry
    One of the quickest reaction people have when asked about why they do not drink more wine or are unwilling to try it is they mention the price of it. Wine unfortunately carries with it a history of being expensive and unattainable. The irony in this is that for thousands of years, wine was one of the cheapest and most commonly drank beverages in most of the world. What made it cheap was that many people simply made their own.
  • A Spirit For Every Occassion By : meghnap
    Well, do you know how your favourite poison is created or prepared? Have you ever looked up the distillation process or even the ingredient for the sparkling drink in your glass that you have been relishing since quite a while now? This article helps you decipher and decode how that artfully distilled flavour came into existence and also provides you with an in-depth knowledge that you can in turn quiz your buddies on. Also, this article will help you choose your poison or experiment with other flavours, helping you indulge in the finer pleasures of life.
  • Top 15 Wine Tips Everyone Should Remember By : Jonathan Tan
    Wines have long been the most favourable drink that many prefer toasting to on several occasions But more to your sparkling champagne or your glass of red, there is a multitude of interesting things to discover and love about wine
  • 10 Tips to Hosting a Wine Tasting Party By : Jonathan Tan
    Are you planning to throw a wine tasting party, but quite lost on where to begin You might be happy to find these simple and easy tips that will help you pull off a fun gathering with friends while savoring perfectly paired choices
  • How Long Can Your Wine Last? By : Jonathan Tan
    When purchasing a new bottle of wine, do you also consider its longevity or shelf life This is particularly important to those who are fond of collecting wines
  • The Difference between Whisky and Brandy By : Bobby Buys
    Some people don't realise that the difference between brandy and whisky is not only in the names.
  • Buy Critically Acclaimed French Rose Wine Online By : Schierholt Robert
    Wine is one of the most versatile alcoholic drinks in the world. This grapy drink is known to be the perfect companion with meaty pastas, a variety of cheese, salads, aperitifs, seafood and even myriad types of deserts. This delicate drink needs to be selected in accordance to your palate, taste preference, type of dish you wish to club it with and
  • Wine Pick: Michael Keenan of Keenery Winery Talks Shop By : Michael Keenan
    Michael Keenan spent about half of our time together describing his wines. He spent the other half apologizing for his colorful language.
  • Wise Up On Wine Glasses By : Peter Smith
    When it comes to good wine glasses, what do you look for?Stemless tumblers for stability? Oversized glasses that eliminate the need to get up to the fridge at all? The most expensive crystal you can find? Or just anything that has a bowl that you can swirl your wine around in, really!
  • The Best Way To Choose A Wine By : Wendy Miller
    Find someone else who enjoys wine. It could be an employee at a store you go to often or an online blogger or critic whose opinion you respect.
  • Smarter Wine Choices Come From Expert Advice By : Wendy Miller
    Most people think that you have to be very sophisticated and worldly in order to truly enjoy wines.
  • Invaluable Tips For Learning More About Wine By : Wendy Miller
    Wine is a complex beverage. You select certain types for certain meals and other types for special events.
  • Buy Wine Online UK - Quality and Affordable By : AlanMackenzie
    When it comes to celebrating any event or occasion, it is incomplete without a glass of wine. They are the best answer and help you to celebrate the event in most unique way possible. It is loved and adored by every person.
  • Berton Vineyard: Grand Scale New World Italian Varietals By : Peter Smith
    The appeal of Italian-origin varietals continues to create enormous volumes from Australian vineyards.And Master of Wine Peter Scudamore-Smith’s Italian travel experience of these makes the taste transition some much easier—drink it in Maremma then try the same vermentino varietal in Australia.
  • Everything That You Need To Learn About Wine By : Wendy Miller
    Wine is a worthy beverage to serve on special occasions, parties or business gatherings.
  • French Wine and the Joy of Châteauneuf-du-Pape’s Stony Terroir By : Peter Smith
    Like to discover the grandeur of the great French wines with an Aussie Vin de Champagne Awardee and Master of Wine? If you are dreaming of an authentic epicurean experience off the beaten track, read on.
  • I Really Love French Wine - Revisiting A Syrupy White Signed Gascony By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine French wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a sweet white wine coming from a relatively unknown grape. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Expert Tips On Choosing A Great Wine By : Wendy Miller
    If you are having red meats, stick to red wine. This is the general principle, and should rarely be veered away from.
  • France Wine Tours: VeuveFourny-A Champagne of the Moment By : Peter Smith
    Like to discover the grandeur of the great French wines with an Aussie Vin de Champagne Awardee and Master of Wine? Then jump on a Gallic grape escape with Uncorked and Cultivated.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Review Of $15 Wine - A German Riesling Signed Deinhard By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • Which Wine With Lamb Dishes By : Levi Reiss
    Pairing food and wine. Or should we say pairing wine and food? These articles will help you select the wine that bring out the best in your favorite dishes. Each article in this series briefly presents several related dishes and proposes various wines for each dish. The best news, many of our suggestions involve relatively inexpensive wines.
  • Wine Tips For Everyone - A Must Know List By : Wendy Miller
    Wine is a drink which is found in many places, from your own dining room table to Communion in a church.
  • Gluten Free Alcohol By : Mike Jansen
    When you are trying to follow a gluten free diet you are going to need to need to avoid any foods that have wheat, rye, or barley. That will include alcohol and some people have a real hard time with this. But, you are going to see that there is gluten free alcohol. You simply need to know what it is so that you know what will be safe for you to consume.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Review Of $15 Wine - A Fiano From Southern Italy By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wine - A Relax Riesling Signed Germany By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • Regional Italian Food And Wine Pairings - Red Wine And Abruzzi Dishes By : Levi Reiss
    Food, wine, Italy. Doesn't your mouth water? This series examines the food specialties of the twenty regions of Italy. Each article presents several traditional dishes and either red or white wines that bring out their best. These wines are available in North America and are often fairly inexpensive. We also suggest fine wine pairings when you want to celebrate without totally blowing your budget. Enjoy.
  • I Love Fine Wine - A Red Vacqueryas By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine French wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a fancy blend from the Cotes du Rhone area that was awarded a high rating from none other than Robert Parker. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Red Cotes Du Rhone By : Levi Reiss
    Levi Reiss has authored or co-authored ten computer and Internet books, but frankly prefers drinking fine German or other wine, accompanied by the right foods and the right people. He teaches computer classes at an Ontario French-language community college. Check out his wine website http://www.theworldwidewine.com with a weekly column reviewing $10 wines and new sections writing about (theory) and tasting (practice) organic and kosher wines.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - A Venice, Italy Pinot Grigio By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Sweet Moscato Signed Apulia, Italy By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • Join A Wine Business in Thailand By : Oliver Zander
    Invest your drinking time and cash in a worthwhile life adventure in the tropics
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Guide To $15 Wines - A 2013 Beaujolais Villages Nouveau By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • Premium Tips For Your Wine Loving Needs By : Wendy Miller
    Do you wish that you knew more about wine? There is so much to know that you can always learn more. There are many different perceptions about the best wine, so it's important to get a good grounding in what you're taking a look at. Keep reading to find out more.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wines - A 2013 Italian Vino Novello By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • A Wine Lover's Guide To The White Marsanne And Roussanne Grapes By : Levi Reiss
    I love drinking and writing about wine so much that I am doing a series on famous and not so famous wine grapes. I'll talk about their where these grapes come from and the kind of wines they become. These articles can help you deal with a bottle or its back label in your wine store. Because the proof of the pudding is in the eating and the proof of the wine is in the drinking, and the eating, each article suggests lots of food pairings.
  • Master The Art Of Wine With These Great Suggestions By : Wendy Miller
    From the soil to the glass, there is a lot of work which goes into a bottle of wine. Knowing all you can about wine means enjoying it more than ever. This article has a ton of tips and tricks to make your own wine drinking a much more enjoyable pastime.
  • I Love Fine Wine - A Relatively Inexpensive Super Tuscan Signed Italy By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine Italian wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a Super Tuscan red wine, a blend of Italy's Sangiovese and a variety of international red grapes made defying the traditional regulations in that famous Tuscany region of central Italy. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wines - A Red Cotes Du Rhone Signed France By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • I Love Fine Wine - Revisiting A Merlot Signed Galilee, Israel By : Levi Reiss
    I love Kosher wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine Kosher wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a Merlot red wine coming from Israel. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Choose a Tasty Thanksgiving Wine By : Ann Bender
    Cooking a gluten free Thanksgiving is a bit of a challenge. Don't let picking wines be overwhelming too, follow our list and choose the perfect Thanksgiving wine.
  • A Wine Lover's Guide To Upscale Wine - An Italian Amarone Classico By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't abandon life's little pleasures. Splurge a little. A $50 bottle of wine costs about the same as two movie tickets with popcorn and nachos. And who knows, such a wine may be almost out of this world. Where I come from $50 is a lot of money. Let me taste the wine for you, pairing it with several meals. You might disagree, but I may help you find a hidden gem, or save you from a real disappointment.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Valpolicella Signed Italy By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • A Wine Lover's Near-Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - A Rose From The Israeli Galil Mountains By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • How To Enjoy Your Wine Experience More By : wendya
    Wine is the perfect beverage to serve during the holidays. You can choose the best and appropriate wines to serve them with the following tips.
  • Top Alcoholic Drinks to Complement Cigars By : Andy City
    It is imperative to select an appropriate drink to go with a premium cigar like the Gurkha Cigars and in particular with a full and medium flavored cigar. On the other hand, cigars that are strong subdue light drinks like light beer or margarita.
  • A Wine Lover's Review Of The Red Cabernet Franc Grape By : Levi Reiss
    I love drinking and writing about wine so much that I am doing a series on famous and not so famous wine grapes. I'll talk about their where these grapes come from and the kind of wines they become. These articles can help you deal with a bottle or its back label in your wine store. Because the proof of the pudding is in the eating and the proof of the wine is in the drinking, and the eating, each article suggests lots of food pairings.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Guide To $15 Wines - A Kosher Chianti By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - An Italian Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay Blend By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - A White Blend From Central Spain By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • I Love Fine Wine - A French Beaujolais Cru (Morgon) By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine French wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a Beaujolais Cru (that's a higher level than your run of the mill Beaujolais coming from a 14th generation winemaker and 50 year old vines. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Get The Most Out Of Your Wine Experience By : Wendy Miller
    There is nothing that can compare to the delight a perfect glass of wine can bring to connoisseurs and novices alike. However, lacking a fair amount of understanding and knowledge of the topic can limit your ability to truly optimize the experience. Keep reading to learn some fantastic tips about how to enhance your enjoyment of wine each and every time.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Grenache Syrah Blend From France By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Guide To $15 Wine - An Old Vines Riesling From Alsace By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • I Love Reviewing French Wine - Yet Another Rose Signed Bandol By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine French wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a rose wine coming from the famous (but not necessarily for wine) Provence region of southern France. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Tips To Help You Select A Tasty Bottle Of Wine By : Wendy Miller
    Do you wish that you knew more about wine? There is so much to know that you can always learn more. There are many different perceptions about the best wine, so it's important to get a good grounding in what you're taking a look at. Keep reading to find out more.
  • I Love Reviewing French Wine - A Cotes De Provence Rose By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine reds, whites, and roses tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a rose coming from an area of France famous for lots of things, but not for wine. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Interested In Knowing More About Wine? By : Wendy Miller
    The hobby of wine tasting has grown considerably as of late. It's not just for rich snobs; wine is fascinating and a great pastime. If your interested in learning more about wine, read on. They should know a lot about wine.
  • Helpful Advice For Enjoying The Best Wine Around By : Wendy Miller
    You cannot take short cuts when you are buying or serving great wine. To choose the right bottle and make sure it is served correctly, a bit of knowledge is key. The article that follows will allow you to learn all you need to know about wine.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Guide To $15 Wines - A Tempranillo Signed Penedes, Spain By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • Make The Best Wine Choices With These Tips By : Wendy Miller
    Have you ever wandered down the alcohol aisle of your supermarket? You may have probably felt overwhelmed by all of the wine related choices you've had to make. However, choosing and serving the right bottle of wine can become much easier with practice and gathered advice. The following article will give you some great inside tips in the world of wine!
  • I Love Reviewing Fine Wine - A Pinot Gris From The Willamette Valley, Oregon By : Levi Reiss
    I love wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a Pinot Gris white wine coming from a well-known wine producing area specializing in this particular grape. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Join A Month-to-Month Wine Club and Become A Connoisseur By : Jason Deter
    Many of us appreciate purchasing an occasional bottle of wine to get a unique dinner or around the holidays, while other people may like a glass of wine with dinner each evening. Nevertheless, many people in America are not familiar sufficient with wines to become in a position to pick vintages or wineries and become stuck in a rut, only purchasing one or two brands we know we like.
  • A Wine Lover's Guide To $10 Wine - A Northwestern Spain Tempranillo By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • Fulfill Your Wine Storing Requirements In A More Convenient Manner By : Tara Hansen
    When you are thinking about getting a wine cabinet, you may either go for the ones available in stores or select the design and make your own one.
  • I Love Fine Wine - A Marlborough, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc By : Levi Reiss
    I love wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine wines from all over the world. This article explores a Sauvignon Blanc (white) wine coming from a wine producing region of New Zealand that both specialize in this grape. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Selecting The Right Wine Is Easy When You Remember These Simple Tips By : James Kupe
    Are you so wine savvy that you know everything about it? You aren't, but that is a great thing since you can learn something from this information. What would you like to know? Read more to learn about wine.
  • How to Mix a Cocktail Using a Boston Shaker By : Graham Brightwell
    The Boston shaker is one of the most commonly used item for preparing cocktail drinks. A set of a Boston shaker has two main components: a mixing glass (made of glass) and a tight-fitting tumbler (made of metal). A hawthorn strainer usually serves as an accesory for this kind of shaker.
  • Why Are Wooden Wine Racks So Popular For Storing Wine Bottles? By : John Williams
    Wine racks are items used for storing wine bottles and it is a must for a wine collector to have them. They are perfect for storing prized wine bottles and are the best means of displaying them to guests. They are available in different models such as Metal Wine Rack, Chateau Wine Rack and much more.
  • Making Cocktail Drinks: When to Stir and When to Shake By : Graham Brightwell
    Some people are confused when to stir and when to shake cocktail drinks. Normally, cocktails are stirren when they contain distilled spirits only, like Manhattans and Martinis.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - A Classic Israeli Chardonnay By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Guide To $15 Wines - A Fizzy Italian Kosher Malvasia By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • Dessert Wine Gift Basket By : Aiden Gavin
    When you are choosing a wine gift you may want to consider creating a unique and personalized gift by creating a dessert wine basket. Dessert wines are sweet wines that are served with desserts or even added to the recipes. This would certainly make a sweet wine gift option for almost any occasion.
  • Italian Food And Wine: Gavi di Gavi DOCG White Wine By : Roberto J Zambon
    Italian tradition offers foods and drinks known and appreciated all over the world. Just think of products such as Mozzarella di Bufala, balsamic vinegar of Modena, Grana Padano cheese, Parma ham, speck of Alto Adige, lemons of Sorrento, and ...
  • A Wine Maker's Near-Weekly Guide To $15 Wines - A Shiraz From Victoria, Australia By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • Advantages of Online Liquor Purchase By : William C
    When planning to purchase liquor online, pay attention to certain aspects. Make sure that the liquor you are ordering is present in the stock, as these products are stored in large warehouses until they are shipped to the customers.
    There are many alcohol delivery stores available online.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wines - A Verdejo From Rueda, Spain By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Cabernet Sauvignon From Chile's Central Valley By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • Handy Web Site Makes it Easy to Pair Great Food & Wine thru Online Recipe Sharing By : Michael Keenan
    The pairing of wine and food have played a predominant role in how wine is enjoyed. In fact, it is said there is a science to it.
  • A Guide To Know All About An Irish Whiskey By : Ryan Morris
    This article is explaining all the varieties and the procedure of making Irish whiskey.
  • A Wine Lover's Near-Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - A Pinot Noir Signed Tasmania By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Splurge a bit; it's worthwhile. Nearly every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a wine between $10 and $15 bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. Read this article and you may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wine - Another Riesling-Vidal Blend From Canada By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't give up on life's little pleasures. Each and every week this sommelier and wine enthusiast will review a $10 (or cheaper) bottle of wine, pairing it with food and cheese and give you his unbiased opinion, and lots of information on the wine, the grape variety, and the winery. You may find a bargain or save your hard-earned money. Get your wine rack ready.
  • Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About an Online Wine Store By : Ryan Morris
    This article enlightens the readers about the importance of an online wine store.
  • Irish Inventor Of Revolutionary New Product Comes To Buffalo For Launch By : Kristi Dunn
    Have you ever gone to dinner or a bar and ordered a soda, I bet you have!! Did you know that nearly 90% of all sodas contain harmful bacteria that could at the very least make you violently sick, but for people that have immune deficiencies, or people that have had organ transplants, or have a low blood cell count, these bacteria can be deadly.
  • An Inside Look At The Oldest Vodka Distillery In Russia By : Connor Kennedy
    an insider's look at the oldest active vodka distillery in Russia
  • Just For Fun Wine Tasting By : Louis Iyare
    Ever wondered what it is that wine tasters look for whenever they swirl a drink in a glass and take a whiff? At times you see them taste and swirl it around the mouth. Then that is what helps them know the details of a good wine and that which is not good. There are many people who enjoy a glass of wine after a meal without any knowledge of what they are having.
  • A Wine Lover's Monthly Review Of Upscale Wine - A Non-Kosher Bordeaux Blend From Israel By : Levi Reiss
    Times are tough. Don't abandon life's little pleasures. Splurge a little. A $50 bottle of wine costs about the same as two movie tickets with popcorn and nachos. And who knows, such a wine may be almost out of this world. Where I come from $50 is a lot of money. Let me taste the wine for you, pairing it with several meals. You might disagree, but I may help you find a hidden gem, or save you from a real disappointment.
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