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  • Why Shoreditch Is Great For A Pub Crawl By : Rosaleen
    A pub crawl is British slang for the action of trying to or actually visiting as many pubs as possible in one night with a group of your friends or even strangers in one single night. Pub crawling has been going on for quite a number of years and is now getting more popular than ever.
  • Solid Tips On Picking The Right Bottle Of Wine By : Shaine Kany
    Wine is a worthy beverage to serve on special occasions, parties or business gatherings. However, there are many choices that you have to make in order to find, serve and store your favorite bottle properly. With some acquired knowledge and research on your part, you can become the next wine tasting connoisseur. Read on below to gather some great tips and enhance your knowledge about wine.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Review Of $15 Wine - A White Insolia From Sicily 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 Fine Wine - A Non-Kosher Israeli Chardonnay By : Levi Reiss
    I love upscale wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine upscale wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores an almost $50 Chadonnay coming fromIsrael. Was it worth the price? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • The 5 Steps You Need To Know When Homebrewing For The First Time By : Vincent Costanzo
    A new hobby of HOMEBREWING! The 5 steps needed to get started. Do this and your beer will turn out well.
  • Top 5 Reasons To Buy Wine From Online Wine Merchants By : Moez Smith
    The internet has become a platform for customers to buy everything online. Wine is now something that can be bought whilst sitting in the comfort of your home. Buying from online wine merchants has benefits for customers as well as the company - creating a customer base with a passion and a taste for wine!
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Red Umbria Italy 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 Guide To $15 Wines - A Semi-Dry Red Signed Austria 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.
  • Visiting Bordeaux For Its Fine Wines By : Moez Smith
    If you enjoy your wines, then Bordeaux should be pretty high up on your list of where to visit. As well as the fabulous wine tastings and endless vineyards, there are also some really wonderful Bordeaux fine wines for sale at cheaper prices than they would be abroad. As well as the famous wines, Bordeaux is also a lovely place to visit; it's very t
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - A Cab From McLaren Vale 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.
  • Favourite Drinks at a Wedding By : Michelle Anderson
    What’s my all-time favourite drink at a wedding? The pink grapefruit mojito – manly I know!
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wines - Revisiting A Sweet Kosher White From 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.
  • Top 5 Wines to Celebrate Weight Loss By : Karie Hamilton
    How to celebrate weight loss with the right type, and amount of wine.
  • I Love Reviewing Fine Wine - A Syrupy Southwestern French White 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 sweet white wine coming from southwestern France made from the relatively unknown Gros Manseng grape. 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 Wine - Revisiting A Viognier From Chile 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 Alsatian Chasselas 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.
  • The Difference Between Fine White Wines By : Moez Smith
    You can get a bottle of wine from the supermarket for less than £5, but there are still exclusive wines available from fine wine merchants, and some rare wines fetch hundreds of thousands when sold. Many of the old ones can't be drunk as they've now turned to vinegar, which is a natural process. But some are still drinkable, so if you have the cash, you could experience the taste of $304,000! Here are the top five fine and rare wines.
  • Top Five Fine and Rare Wines By : Moez Smith
    You can get a bottle of wine from the supermarket for less than £5, but there are still exclusive wines available from fine wine merchants, and some rare wines fetch hundreds of thousands when sold. Many of the old ones can't be drunk as they've now turned to vinegar, which is a natural process. But some are still drinkable, so if you have the cash, you could experience the taste of $304,000! Here are the top five fine and rare wines.
  • Buying Wine From an Online Wine Merchant By : Moez Smith
    When buying wine you have a lot of choice, you can go direct to the cellar door if you live near your favourite winery, or you can go to a wine merchants, supermarket or corner shop. But in the digital age you no longer have to go outside your home for wine, as you can now purchase wine from online wine merchants, who provide you with a huge range of the best wines available.
  • A Wine Lover's Near Weekly Guide To $15 Wine - A Kosher Merlot Signed Chile 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.
  • Wine Making Process: The Methods for Producing Juicy and Tasty Wine By : Joe Harley
    The wine making process has slowly changed with the passage of time but the basics have still remained the same. Nowadays, new technologies are being used to make better and tastier wine. It is obvious that the wine making industry has seen a lot of changes but the wine making process has remained the same.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Kosher Merlot Signed Chile 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 Wines - An Upper Galilee Cabernet Sauvignon 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.
  • The Most Famous Red Wine By : Daniel Royale
    Homemade wine perfection in the skin area? The favourite kinds of wines have the burgandy or merlot wine because of its excessive alcoholic content and beautiful flavours.
  • Beer Can Coolers: Keep Your Beer Cool By : Tom Gates
    While going on a journey, some occasion or a party every one needs beer. But beer is always served chilled. To keep the beer chilled, beer coolers play a vital role.
  • Wine Bottle Opener and Its Different Types By : Tom Gates
    Wine is used in every occasion and one cannot celebrate a party without opening the bottle of wine. But sometimes it get hard to open the cork an one feels embarrased. Wine openers help in vanishing these embarrasing moments.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Cooperative Riesling From 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.
  • Kick Back, Relax And Grab Your Wine Glass By : Tracey England
    It's common knowledge that the Americans do everything bigger! And it can be argued that their Californian wine is far better due to the 250 days of blazing sunshine every year. This is a miracle for vineyards, and allows them to create some truly delicious bottles of wine for us Brits to enjoy whilst at home.
  • I Love Reviewing Fine German Wine - A Kabinett Riesling From The Rheingau By : Levi Reiss
    I love German wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine German wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a sweet white wine coming from the heart of German Riesling country. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • The History Of Alcohol And Beer By : Morgan D
    The Article will Show the History Of Alcohol from the Middle East And Asia .
  • I Love Fine Italian Wine - A Chianti Signed Ruffino 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 Chianti Classico red wine coming from the Tuscany region of Italy. Was it worth the price? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Tips For Your Wine List By : Arren Weathers
    So, you've had you wine bar built and set up, both interior and exterior but you don't know what wine to sell. This could be really frustrating due to the multitude of choices in front of your eyes.
  • An Introduction to Wine Tasting By : Moez Smith
    Wine tasting can be a tricky business. You go to a wine tasting event or a cellar door, and there are people in there swirling, sniffing, and finally sipping, before spitting. What is all of this? Why are they doing these things and how does it enhance the tasting experience? Well we're here to tell you, as really, although it looks tricky, it's actually quite simple.
  • Gift Ideas for Wine Lovers By : Margaret Burns
    Wine lovers not only love wine, they love all things to do with wine. Finding a Christmas gift for a wine enthusiast is easier than you think. My Family and I slurp red wine and we love giving and receiving wine enthusiast-type gifts. These holiday gift ideas and tips are for both red and white wine lovers.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wine - A Tempranillo From Argentina 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 - A Red Varietal Signed Bierzo 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.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wine - A Castillian (Spanish) Red 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.
  • Become An Expert By Enhancing Your Knowledge Of Wine By : Arthur Reed
    Do you know a lot about wine? This article will have something new to offer you. Wine can provide all kinds of benefits. Continue reading to learn more and be happy that you did.

    Screw cap wine bottles aren't evidence of a poor quality wine. More wineries are choosing to use screw caps as opposed to the traditional corks. They can actually keep wine fresher than corks can. Less air can enter and no cork floats inside the bottle! Certain countries actually use screw caps all the time.
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  • A Wine Lover's Near-Weekly Guide To $15 Wine - A French Beaujolais Villages Nouveau, 2012 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.
  • Gallo Winery By : Morgan D
    The Article is based on Gallo Winery Undertakings as a Company.
  • George’s Rants & Raves: ZU (Zubrowka) Vodka. By : FB World Team
    A couple of weeks ago my editor emailed me and told me I would be getting a bottle of ZU Vodka to try. ZU? Sounds African! African vodka, who ever heard of such a thing?
  • I Love Fine Wine - A Pinot Noir Signed McMinnville, Oregon By : Levi Reiss
    I love organic wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine organic and sometimes biodynamic wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a biodynamic wine coming from a fine wine region of Oregon. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • How To Sell Wine Through Anecdotes, Product Knowledge And Tastings By : Jenifer Whitmire
    Consumers of today want to hear more than the simple knowledge of the wine's taste.
  • A Wine Lover's Near-Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - Revisiting A Pinot Noir Signed Galilee, Israel 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 Fine Wine - A Oaked Chenin Blanc From South Africa 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 Chenin Blanc white wine coming from South Africa. 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 Near Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - An Australian Old Bush Vine Red Blend 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 Few Essential Bar Equipment and Accessories That Are At Times Taken For Granted By : darellbelen
    There are lots of bar equipments that are ignored but are essential. This article highlights some of those equipments.
  • The Best of CA Bordeaux Part 4: the Napa Valley By : FB World Team
    We have reached the mid-way point of our survey through California Bordeaux. Thus, we stop in the Napa Valley, which of course, is the centerpiece for many discussions on the Bordeaux grape varieties grown in the state since the area is widely renowned as the premier growing region for the Bordeaux grapes, Cabernet Sauvignon in particular.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Chardonnay Signed The Loire 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.
  • How to Design A Bar By : Mark Etinger
    A brief overview of what's involved in designing a bar.
  • Revisiting A Barbera D'Alba From 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 an organic wine coming from the Alsace region of northeastern France. 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 Near Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - A Galilee, Israel 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 Fine Wine Lover's Review Of A Rose Sangiovese Signed South Australia 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 tasting them with a variety of foods. Australia is definitely a major focus in this world-wide wine adventure. This article explores a rose made from Italy's signature red grape. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • California Wines and the Aging Process By : John V
    California Wine Doesn't Tend to Lend Itself to Cellaring Very Well. It's Important to Understand What Aging a Bottle of Wine Does.
  • A Wine Lover's Neat Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - An Assyrtiko From Greece 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.
  • The Most Alcoholic Drinks You Should Be Aware Of By : Kitz Lerqo
    Alcohol consumption is normal for people who drink moderately or is a social drinker. For those who are vulnerable to developing an alcohol addiction it's highly dangerous for them to consume any alcoholic beverages especially those that has high alcohol content. There are various spirits and liquor which has a high alcohol content and are deemed illegal to market in any liquor or wine store.
  • California Wine Gifts for New Wine Drinkers By : John V
    California Wine Varietals Range in Flavor and Style, Making Them Perfect Gifts for the New Wine Lover.
  • Using A Wine Aerator For The Perfect Glass By : Steven Magill
    Getting the best aerator for your wine can bring out all the flavor and aroma in each bottle. There are many to choose from and reading some of the reviews will help. Here are some of the things to consider before you make your purchase.
  • California Sparkling Wine and the Champagne Style By : John V
    California Sparkling Wine Tends to Lack That Distinctive Champagne Style, with a Few Exceptions. But It's Still Very Good.
  • Get Tax Writeoffs When You Give Back with Wine By : John V
    Charity Wine Purchases Earn You a Tax Writeoff. More Importantly, They Give You an Excuse to Try a New Bottle of Wine and Support a Good Cause.
  • Buying a Wine Refrigerator By : Lawrence Reaves
    If you're a serious wine drinker, but not a serious wine collector, consider investing in a wine refrigerator for you home. A basic wine refrigerator is just what you need for keeping bottles that you plan to drink within a year or two. Long-term collectors are going to need more than just your basic wine fridge.
  • The Barossa Valley Wine Community By : John V
    The Barossa Valley Exemplifies an Exciting, Powerful Win Community.
  • Australian Wine and the Question of Wine Quality By : John V
    Australian Wines Can Be Among the Best. But What Does "the Best" Mean? Quality Is an Elusive Concept in Wine.
  • Differences Between California Zinfandel And The Other Big Reds By : John V
    California Zinfandel Varies from the State's Biggest Red Wines. It's Another Great Golden State Red with Body and Flavor.
  • California White Wine Gift Baskets By : John V
    Building the Right White Wine Gift Baskets with California Wines Requires Thought and Clear Goals.
  • Thoughtful Wine Gifts with Wine Gift Cards By : John V
    Wine Gift Cards Let You Give the Gift of Wine, Which Means So Much More than Just Another Bottle.
  • Exactly what Does "Vintage" Wine Really Mean? By : Patricia Lanford
    The word vintage indicates the year when it refers to wine, as well as to other things. However, does it mean the year the grapes are harvested? Perhaps it means the year the wine is bottled? Or is it the year that the bottles of wine become available on the market?
  • Techniques for Opening a Wine Bottle -- The Best Way By : Patricia Lanford
    You've spent hours creating the perfect environment for your dinner party: the perfect table setting, ideal lighting, and a terrific guest list. You start to open the bottle of wine that you have so carefully chosen for the occasion. The corkscrew beings to screw down into the cork and you realize that there are small pieces of cork falling into the wine.
  • Comparing Different Wine Aerators By : Steven Magill
    By comparing different wine aerators you can find one that is right for the type of wine you drink and where you drink it. Some will work better for traveling, while others are great for at home use. Here are some of the things to keep in mind while you shop.
  • A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wines - Revisiting A Sangiovese Signed Abruzzi, 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.
  • Serving the Best Wine By : Jarvis Lloyd
    Throwing a dinner party is something that can be a lot of fun, and particularly if you enjoy hosting and enjoy socializing. This way you get to be the host, and that means you can choose who attends, what music you have on and what you serve up for dinner.
  • Some Basics of Wine Tasting By : Godwin Ives
    Wine tasting is one of those skills that is great for social occasions, and being able to be discerning in your choice of wine and sound knowledgeable is something that is helpful in a range of situations and that many people respond to.
  • George’s Rants & Raves: Roxor Gin By : George Brozowski
    Woo Hoo! I love that voodoo that you do to give me the drinks I crave! I’ll bet that there’s a great deal more than just voodoo involved in brewing and distilling alcohol.
  • George’s Rants & Raves: Medea Vodka By : George Brozowski
    Packaging, packaging, packaging – that’s the key to quirky marketing success in the spirits industry not unlike it is location, location, location in real estate.
  • George’s Rants & Raves: Pisco Porton By : George Brozowski
    You know, I thought I had been around the block once or twice and was fairly familiar with most forms of alcohol, but I guess you’re never really too old to learn something new.
  • George’s Rants & Raves: Brugal Añejo Rum By : George Brozowski
    When I received this bottle of Brugal Anejo Rum, it somehow triggered a long lost memory from my misspent youth.
  • Robert Mondavi and the Spirit of California Wine Charity By : John V
    Robert Mondavi Wine Charity Exemplifies the Spirit of Businesses That Support Local Charities and Their Communities.
  • George’s Rants & Raves: St-Germain Liqueur By : George Brozowski
    Pure serendipity and then some: I Got an invite to attend the 4th annual Can-Can Cocktail Classic and actually even managed to attend.
  • George’s Rants & Raves: Vodca Exclusiv By : George Brozowski
    I was about to have a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde moment, but at that time, I didn’t know it.
  • George’s Rants & Raves: ZU (Zubrowka) Vodka By : George Brozowski
    A couple of weeks ago my editor emailed me and told me I would be getting a bottle of ZU Vodka to try.
  • George’s Rants and Raves: Fair Premium Vodka By : George Brozowski
    As I first gazed upon the bottle, my initial thought was why would anyone name a bottle of Vodka “Fair” when they just as well could have named it “Great”? As I read a bit further down the bottle, it become more obvious; this vodka was made from Fair Trade Certified Quinoa. Now, there’s a mouthful of meaning in those four words so let’s take a clos
  • George’s Rants and Raves: Platinum 7X Vodka By : George Brozowski
    You know, honestly, the story of Vodka should be straightforward and simple, but that is just not turning out to be the case. After all, it is by definition an odorless, colorless liquid with no taste. How complicated can that be? Hell, you can make it out of any old grain: potatoes, fruit, bread, or anything else with a bit of sugar in it and then
  • George’s Rants and Raves: Mount Gay Rum By : George Brozowski
    So you think you’re a rummy? You’re favorite drink is rum, really good rum not those rum and coke rums but real rum straight up and neat as can be. You know a lot about rum. You drink a lot of rum. Well, let’s see if you really are a rummy or just a wanna be rummy.
  • George’s Rants and Raves: Mariposa Agave Nectar Liqueur By : George Brozowski
    Agave nectar combined with agave tequila and vodka, what’s not to like about that? Those have to be some of my favorite things.
  • California Cabernet and the Natural Wine Revolution By : John V
    California Cabernet Can Be Found from Natural Wine Makers. But You Need to Understand What You're Getting.
  • Are Wine Aerators Worth The Money? By : Steven Magill
    If you have ever wondered whether a wine aerator is a good choice or not, you are not alone. Many think they don't work, but the truth is, they do. Here are some of the facts you should know about what an aerator can do for your wine.
  • Recognizing the Differences Between Dry and Sweet Wines By : Patricia Lanford
    If you don't have an extensive knowledge of wine, you may not understand the differences between sweet and dry wines. It seems like it should be simple: sweet wines have more sugar while dry wines have less sugar. That is true to a certain point, but there are other things to consider. Below, you will find some great information as to why some wines are sweet and others are not.
  • Make Your Wine Delicious with a Wine Aerator Pourer By : Steven Magill
    What is a wine aerator pourer and what can it do for you? This is a good question and as a wine drinker you deserve to know the answer. Here is everything you need to know and more.
  • Wine Rankings for Your Charity Wines By : John V
    Understanding Wine Rankings Makes Getting the Right Charity Wines Easier If You Put in the Time. Find Awesome Charity Wines and More.
  • Three Easy Tips to a Better Glass of Wine By : Patricia Lanford
    For most people, a glass of wine is enjoyed without stopping to appreciate its full aroma and texture. However, for others, these two aspects of wine are as important as the flavor profile. In order to experience the best that a glass of wine has to offer, there are three simple steps that you need to complete.
  • How To Take Off a Wine Label By : Lawrence Reaves
    Printing wine labels of high quality is very important for a good bottle of wine. However, there are times when you may want to save the wine label. Read on to learn how!
  • Finding The Right Red Wine Aerator By : Steven Magill
    Red wine is rich with flavors, but if you don't give it an opportunity to breathe, it won't turn out the way you would like. There are many aerators that can bring out the fullest flavors. Here are some of the things you should know if you love red wine.
  • Is Wine Aerating Genius Or Not? By : Steven Magill
    Drinking wine is something many people enjoy for different reasons. Using a wine aerator can really help you get the best flavors out of your wine even if you drink white wine. Here are some of the different things an aerator can do for you.
  • Are Wine Aerator Reviews Helpful? By : Steven Magill
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