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  • Temecula Wineries are the Perfect Weekend Getaway By : dgcarticle
    For the adventurous wine fan, your escape awaits you in the beautiful Temecula Valley. Only an hour away from Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego. Temecula wineries offer an unrivaled weekend getaway. Temecula brags of over thirty wineries, a entertaining historic old town, many antique stores, grand golf courses, and local lakes.
  • How To Get The Best Wine Offers On The Internet By : Kris Smith
    This article gives a few tips on how to get the best wine offers in the market. It discusses the different types of cases of wine available and how to choose the best one for you.
  • Getting A Good Wine Deal Online By : Kris Smith
    Looking for a great online wine deal is always difficult. This article gives you some tips on how to find fantastic wines at great prices online.
  • Pairing Cheese and Wine for Your Next Event By : dgcarticle
    When putting together a tasty cheese and wine pairing, the only thing you have to know is: If it tastes yummy, do it! I'm sure you've heard all the fancy chefs sharing about what wine works with a cheese; however, when it comes down to it, it's all about personal taste. You may prefer your favorite wine with your favorite cheese. My typical recommendation is for you to be ready for for experimenting. Choose several wines and several cheeses. each person will find what combination is be
  • Pairing Wine and Cheese By : dgcarticle
    When putting together a wine and cheese pairing, the only thing you have to know is: If it tastes yummy, do it! I'm sure you've heard all the most knowledgeable chefs explaining about what cheese works with your choice of wine; however, when it comes down to it, it's all about personal taste. You may prefer a cheese with a different wine than your friends. My typical recommendation is for you to be ready for for experimenting.
  • Getting The Most From Italian Wine By : Louise Truswell
    When it comes to wine, Italy is well known for its Chianti and Pinot Grigio. However Italian wine isn’t just about these two famous gems. The country offers a huge variety of diverse and unusual wines, while boasting some of the oldest wine growing regions in the world.
  • All You Need To Know About Spanish Wine By : Louise Truswell
    If you think of Spain, bullfights, paella and flamenco probably spring to mind. Rioja may also feature well up your list and rightly so, as it contributes to a vast proportion of Spain’s wine exports and is almost certainly one of, if not, the most well known wine to come out of the country.
  • The Ingredients In Beer By : Patrick Carpen
    This article details and explains the key ingredients in beer.
  • Loire Valley And Wine By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses the origination of some French wines. It concentrates on the regions found in the Loire Valley.
  • Your Guide To Pinot Grigio By : Fiona Muller
    This article talks about Pinot Grigio and the range of wines that are found containing this particular grape.
  • Your Guide To Champagne And Cocktails By : Fiona Muller
    This article looks at the various ways of using champagne in particular in classic cocktails. It makes a versatile base for a range of different cocktails.
  • Dancing With The Green Fairy - The Legends and Lore of Absinthe By : Robert Thomson
    The drink of choice for Roman charioteers, French courtiers and Parisian Bohemian artists alike, absinthe has a much storied past. Many of the tales surrounding the emerald green anise-flavored liquor are simply false, while others are shrouded in the mists and myths of time.
  • The spin of Supermarket Wines. By : James9 Mitchell9
    Supermarket wine aisles can be quite a daunting proposition. A sea of red and white bottles packed in deep and stacked to the heavens. They're usually splattered with a variety of 3 for 2 or half-price offerings - but the question is, do they really represent true value for money? Online wine retailer Naked Wines offers a fresh and exciting proposition, with a wide range of lesser known wines from up and coming winemakers. Better still, customers can snap up these wines at very competitive prices as the company buys directly from producers. To find out more, visit
  • Taste The Cava By : ajcones
    Wine is an alcoholic beverage often made of fermented grape juice. The natural chemical balance of grapes is such that they can ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes or other nutrients.Wine is produced by fermenting crushed grapes using various types of yeast which consume the sugars found in the grapes and convert them into alcohol. Different varieties of grapes and strains of yeasts are used depending on the types of wine being produced. One of the wine produced by grapes is c
  • So is Red Wine Really Good for You, or Bad for You? By : Mary Howard
    An informative but also light-hearted look at the benefits and hazards of drinking red wine. Which wine gives you the most health benefits, and is it the resveratrol, the polyphenols, or the procyanidins that do the good work. Find out why it helps to have a glass of wine with your Sunday roast. Cheers!
  • Famous Italian Wines By : Mark Cooper11
    As we all know that Italy is famous for many things, but perhaps it is most famous for its wine. The wines of Italy are almost as varied as the people themselves. Wine is very common in Italy, as are tea and coffee in other parts of the world. There are many different types of wine.
  • A Guide To Australian Wine By : Louise Truswell
    In the last 20 years, Australia has really made its mark in the wine world. The country produces a variety of wines from a number of wine growing regions and has revolutionised winemaking processes, making it a real force to be reckoned with in the wine-growing world.
  • Understanding The World Of Shiraz By : Louise Truswell
    If you like your wines big, bold and fruity then Shiraz is definitely for you. The most widely planted grape in Australia, Shiraz is a favourite of many a wine drinker and is a great match for a variety of foods.
  • All You Need To Know About South African Wine By : Louise Truswell
    Despite the fact that South African wine is generally thought of as New World, the country has actually been producing wine for more than 350 years. However, it is only since the end of Apartheid in the 1990’s that the South African wine industry has really come into its own.
  • Getting To Grips With Merlot By : Louise Truswell
    Merlot is a great player in the wine world, having two very different roles. Not only does it make a great blending partner but it is also a pretty good grape when used on its own, producing some deliciously subtle and easy drinking red wines.
  • Wine For Every Occasion By : hillebrand
    Wine is a great beverage for every occasion. It can be consumed by almost everyone and at anytime. Canada - wineries in Ontario house the best wineries ever. Wines are made through a process that transforms the grapes into the liquid form. It is perfectly made by fermenting with yeast to add flavor and also squishing the grapes into small pieces.
  • All You Want to Know About Beer Kegs! By : Simon Shannon
    Beer Kegs are hassled, cylinder kegs intended especially to contain and dispense filtered and pasteurized keg beer. They are often made of aluminum and require an extra nozzle to pump out the contents, and are often used to transport large amount of beer because of their shape.
  • To Find the Best Wine Club Ask These Three Questions By : David Lett
    Finding the best wine club for you boils down to three questions...
  • Using The Internet To Find All The Best Wine Offers By : Malcolm smith
    As the economic crisis puts us all under pressure to save more and spend less, retailers across all sectors are pulling out the stops to entice us through their doors. But being so scrupulous about saving our cash is a time consuming business. Just like the travel and financial industry comparison site counterparts, there are now a number of web sites out there who can keep you divinely informed of the best wine offers that will make the perfect partner for a saintly night in.
  • Wines; Pairing Them With The Perfect Meals Discovering Their True Tastes By : Howard Platt
    Learn to enjoy wine to its fullest. Read about the more popular wines and the best foods to serve them with. You will also be given some specific flavor information concerning the more popular wines. If you are a wine enthusiast or wish to know a little bit more about wine and how to serve it then this article will help you out.
  • How To Get Great Wine Offers Online By : Fiona Muller
    When looking for the best wine offers available it is often difficult to find the things you like. This article gives an overview of how to find the best wine offers around.
  • Using The Internet To Find Fantastic Online Wine Deals By : Malcolm smith
    The power of the internet has enabled more and more companies to sell their wares to a greater audience. The introduction of comparison web-sites has helped us in our quest to become the best bargain hunters in town. They now even exist to help us search for the lowest prices for food and drink from bargain beans to finding the best on-line wine deals.
  • Getting A great Online Wine Deal By : Fiona Muller
    Winescout is a great way to compare the wine market and to find out where the best online wine deals are to be had.
  • How To Get The Most From Your Chardonnay By : Louise Truswell
    Chardonnay is one of, if not THE, most famous white grape. It has become so well known that even couples are naming their babies after it. But why has it become so popular over the last decade and how can you get the most from it? Read on to find out more.
  • Getting The Most From Your Pinot Grigio By : Louise Truswell
    Pinot Grigio has become massively popular in recent years and is rivalling Chardonnay to the role of number one white grape. But what makes it special and when should you drink it? Read on to find out more.
  • Brandy And Cognac By : Fiona Muller
    Cognac is currently experiencing a revival. Made popular once more by rap stars and Russian millionaires sales are now booming. Find out what all the fuss is about.
  • A Guide To Rioja By : Fiona Muller
    Spain has been producing wine since Roman times. Rioja is probably the most well known type of wine from Spain.
  • Buying Chilean Wine By : Louise Truswell
    If up and coming winemakers, a fantastic range of wines and great value are your thing, look no further - Chilean wine is for you.
  • Buying Argentinean Wine By : Louise Truswell
    Argentinean wines offer fantastic value, with some great tasting wines at the £5-£10 mark. Combine that with some unusual grapes and you’ll soon see why Argentina is becoming a very interesting and key player in the wine world.
  • Wine Vouchers – The Perfect Gift For Everyone By : Francesca Krajewski
    What do you buy the person who has everything? You need something that is both pleasurable but also useful and that you know is going to tick all their mostly already full boxes. The solution is simple. Something consumable! Then why not opt for something a little different and purchase some electronic wine vouchers?
  • What is The Bloody Caesar Cocktail? By : Colin Glaysher
    Developed in 1969 by a Calgary bartender, Canada's extremely popular Caesar cocktail, also known as the Bloody Caesar, turns 40 years old and is now the closest thing to Canada's national drink.
  • The Making of Absinthe By : Matt Peterson
    Absinthe recipes abound in bartender's literature. Whether you are looking to make a palate-pleasing French absinthe or an astringent version of Spanish absinthe, here are some basic rules -- as well as variations on the general theme.
  • Wine Cellars Come In Many Types and Sizes By : John Mann
    Wine cellars come in many different shapes, sizes and styles. But without a doubt, if you are a wine aficionado, it has probably been one of your fondest wishes to own your own wine cellar where bottles of your favorite vintages are aging to perfection. If you are a true wine lover, nothing beats having your own collection of favorites ready to share with like-minded friends.
  • Wine and Food: How To Get It Right When Ordering By : Karen Karila
    This article answers the question, "what is the proper way to pair wine with food?", and provides four easy questions that will help you choose the right wines every time to make your dining experience unforgettable.
  • Internet Wine Deal By : Malcolm smith
    Everyone loves a bargain and it’s human nature not to want to spend more money than we have to. Enter the power of the internet and its ability to keep us up to speed on the super savings and wine deals we can cash in on - from whittled down prices on essential white goods, to wicked wine deals we can all enjoy.
  • Wonderful New Drinks Warm Your Home Bar this Holiday Season By : Ben Weissman
    Bar Stools could be the most important part of your home bar. There are many varieties of bar stool due to the number of ways that a bar stool can be used and the multitude of options combined with impressive appearance make this type of stool an extremely popular option and addition to a room.
  • Niagara Falls with Wine and Food By : pellericewine
    Niagara’s world prominent falls is a focus of attraction for millions of tourists and many honeymooners, but what is less-renowned and exposed is the culinary inheritance and viticulture reward of this fertile region. The most excellent way to spend a weekend for an epicure is to be in the striking wine country, the remarkable sight of the falls, exceptional food and an impressive collection of wines.
  • Rosé - Not Just A Drink For Summer By : Louise Truswell
    Rosé wine may be the perfect drink for summer but it’s also pretty good throughout the rest of the year. With Christmas around the corner, here’s why you should start stocking up!
  • Champagne Cocktails By : Louise Truswell
    If you are looking for a special treat, why not spoil yourself with a Champagne cocktail? Perfect for any party or celebration, you’ll get a truly spectacular cocktail, along with all the taste of your favourite Champagne. To help you get started, give these ideas a try.
  • Buying Champagne From Virgin Wines By : Louise Truswell
    When it comes to the best all-round tipple, Champagne surely comes top of the list. It’s got all the glitz and glamour for celebrations, yet it’s great for sipping amongst a small group of friends. It makes a smashing cocktail, yet is an ideal match for many foods. Champagne really can’t be beaten and with Christmas fast approaching, there’s no time like the present to start stocking up.
    For all the Champagne you could possibly need this Christmas and year round, make sure you check out the onl
  • Information On Ontario’s Wine Region By : hillebrand
    Ontario’s Wine region is blessed with a ‘cool climate’ that means that at the time of harvest grapes have more concentrated flavors and balanced acidity levels. Further, the “lake effect” caused by lakes Erie and Ontario protects the precious vines from frosts in the spring and grants the benefits of an extended growing season in the fall.
  • Wines To Impress By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses the best wines to drink with friends and how to buy the best quality wine. It also gives some tips on serving wine and wine tasting.
  • Stock Up For Christmas By : Fiona Muller
    Christmas is a time of celebration and to make that celebration go well you need some great wine to fit the occasion. This article discusses buying wine for Christmas and why there is no time like the present to start stocking up.
  • Shiraz – The Great Australian Red Wine By : Fiona Muller
    Australia is a big player in the wine industry and it is its red wine in particular that has made the biggest impact. This article discusses the Shiraz grape and the wine that is produced from it.
  • Homemade Wine Secrets By : Mike Carraway
    There are 3 "insider secrets" to making homemade wine. Do you know what they are? This article describes these secrets and explains each step to making sure your wine turns out perfect every time.
  • Matching Champagne And Food By : Louise Truswell
    Champagne is regularly served as an aperitif or as a toast at the end of a meal, so it is often overlooked when it comes to food. However, because Champagne is naturally acidic, it makes a really good food match - and not just for oysters and caviar as you might expect, but for a number of different foods.
  • How To Buy A Bottle Of Wine. Made Easy By : Louise Truswell
    If you are new to wine, you’ll soon find that the choice is endless when it comes to buying a bottle of wine – you’ll come across styles, prices and quality at all levels. But if you are keen to bag yourself a decent bottle of wine (and at a decent price), you need to be savvy with your wine choices.
  • Answers to the top 10 questions about homebrewing beer By : Robert Thomson
    The top 10 most commonly asked questions about homebrewing beer, and their answers.
  • Understanding The World Of Champagne By : Louise Truswell
    With almost 300 Champagne houses producing Champagne in the Champagne region, there’s potential for a lot of bottles to be produced each year. Around 320 million to be precise!
  • Get The Most From Your White Wine By : Louise Truswell
    White wine is incredibly versatile and makes the ideal drink for a dinner party, celebration or, simply, for sipping with friends or family. And the good news is that, even if you don’t know much about white wine, it’s really easy to get the best from it. Follow these simple tips and you can’t go wrong.
  • How To Get The Most From Your Red Wine By : Louise Truswell
    If you like red wine but don’t know much about it, you’ve come to the right place. In this article we look at some handy tips for buying and serving red wine.
  • Searching For A Restaurant In Norwich? By : Kris Smith
    When it comes to eating out, many people find it hard to know where to start when looking for a good restaurant in Norwich. The problem is not a lack of great establishments, but the vast array of places to choose from! As a City, Norwich really does have something to tantalise everyone’s taste buds!
  • Wines To Make The Perfect Dessert By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses dessert wines and why they are a great thing to enjoy at the end of a meal. Forget the port, try a sweet rich dessert wine for a change!
  • Wines To Make A Party Swing By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses the best wines to drink with friends and suggests wines for certain occasions. In fact whatever the occasion there will be a wine that is perfect for making sure your party is a big hit!
  • Hold Your Own Wine-Tasting Party By : Fiona Muller
    Why not make an evening a celebration by holding a wine tasting party? It is great fun and you learn about wine whilst drinking with your friends. This article gives you a few ideas on how to hold a wine tasting evening.
  • South American Wines By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses South American wines and concentrates on the great viticulture of Argentina and Chile. These New World wines have been developed over hundreds of years but are only now becoming known to the British palate.
  • Fine Wines By : Fiona Muller
    The sale of fine wines in the UK has grown over the last few years due to increased wine knowledge and the fact that more people can see that it is a good investment prospect. This article gives an overview of fine wines and some tips on how to avoid the fraudsters.
  • Why Buy Organic Wine? By : Louise Truswell
    If there is one form of farming that is suited to being organic, it has to be growing vines. Vines are brilliant because of their hardiness – they’ll flourish in grotty soils and go weeks without rain. But does going organic make a better wine? Read on to find out how organic wines stand apart from normal wines.
  • All You Need To Know About Sparkling Wine By : Louise Truswell
    If you fancy something bubbly for your next party or get-together, why not go for a sparkling wine? Sparkling wine makes a great value alternative to Champagne and can be served in a similar way.
  • How To Get The Best From Your Rosé By : Louise Truswell
    Rosé has enjoyed a major revival in recent years and currently is a very popular wine choice. Light and fruity, Rosé wine looks good and is easy to drink. Follow our simple tips below to make sure you get the most from it.
  • Food And Wine – White Wine By : Fiona Muller
    Food and wine go great together but it is often difficult to match a wine with a food type. This article talks about white wines and which go well with certain foods.
  • Show Me The Sherry! By : Mark Hooson
    Supermarkets and wine merchants have both reported recent growth in sales of crisp Fino and Manzanilla sherry.
  • Summer Ideas with Wine By : Fiona Muller
    Wine is a great summer drink. In fact it is so versatile that whatever your taste you are bound to find something you like. This article talks about summer wines and give you some tips on using wine in different ways.
  • Food and Wine – Red Wine By : Fiona Muller
    Red Wine is great with a variety of foods. This article gives a few suggestions of wines and foods that go together well. Whatever your favourite food is there is bound to be a wine that goes with it.
  • Drinking Wine with Friends By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses the best wines to drink with friends and suggests wines for certailn occassions. In fact whatever the occasion there will be a wine that is perfect for it.
  • Bottoms Up! Top 3 Croatian Wines - Venje…Bibich… Matošević… By : scott P Taylor
    From the center of the wine revolution in Slavonia to the upstarts in Istria and all along the Dalmatian Coast, Croatia is home to the world’s best wine makers, wines, and established and up-and-coming brands.

    With so many great wines to choose from, the problem for the wine aficionado and the newbie alike becomes not “How can I find the best Croatian wine,” but where should I even start? The Anima chardonnay is characteristic of all the wines produced in this boutique vineyard.
  • Weekly Drink Specials – Time to Tie One on By : Donald Trukenstein
    Who can pass up a great weekly drink special after a long week of putting up with all the crap at work and home. Its just so nice to be able to chug one drink and have another one to chase that one with and both for the price of one. Also, drink special time at the local watering hole means that you won't be drinking alone, because a good drink special will always attract the more serious drinkers, just like yourself, who don't like to play around when its time to tie one on.
  • Drinking Games – Practice Makes Perfect By : Donald Trukenstein
    Of all the sports and games that are played by college students and young adults round the globe, drinking games are truly the most inclusive. That is because, that no matter how sluggish and out of shape a person is, he or she still can achieve status and acclaim by mastering this popular sport. The secret to rising to the top of the heap as a competitor in drinking games is practice, practice, practice.
  • Tequila Drinks – Cheers From South of the Border By : Donald Trukenstein
    Tequila is a liquor that has its origins in Mexico. To Make tequila, the juice of the agave cactus plant is first fermented, distiled, aged and then bottled. It was the Spanish who first created and drank tequila, after they distilled some of the local brew that they found the indigenous people making when they arrived in Mexico.
  • So Many Great Vodka Drinks and So Little Time By : Donald Trukenstein
    Vodka is probably one of the most versatile and mixable liquors that that you will find on the shelves of your local liquor store. The list of fluids that it can be combined with is almost endless, due to its almost complete lack of flavor, other than the flavor of the alcohol that is contained in it. The one drink that vodka is most well know for being in is the vodka screwdriver, which is made by combining vodka with orange juice.
  • A Drink Dictionary – Don't Leave Home Without One By : Donald Trukenstein
    So you know how to mix a few drinks. Better yet, you may know how to mix more than a few drinks and fancy yourself possibly raking in the big tips working as a bartender soon. Are you aware of just how many drinks there are out there. What are you going to do when someone comes into the bar you are working at and wants one of the drinks that you don't know how to make.
  • Six Common Problems In Home Brewing And How To Fix Them By : Chris Haycock
    A description of a few of the more common problems encountered by the home-brewer, and what to do about them.
  • Wine Delivered By Sailing Ship By : Lucy Evans
    The age of sail is being reborn with nineteenth century ships being used to deliver wine with a zero carbon footprint.
  • How To Get The Most From Your Champagne By : Louise Truswell
    Champagne looks chic, tastes great and is always a favourite at parties and celebrations. But because of that, there is a certain amount of pressure to “get it right”. So follow these simple tips below and you’ll be impressing your guests in no time.
  • 5 Unique Wine Gifts for the Wine Lover on Your List By : Chris Robertson
    If you have a wine lover on your gift list, he or she is sure to value unique wine gifts. Here are five suggestions to ensure that your next gift will be appreciated and enjoyed.
  • How To Identify The Best Beer For You By : Amit Chakraborty
    Even though you have been visiting breweries often, but never were sure what made a porter different from stout. Basically in many cases we are ready to taste something beyond the most commonly known beer brands. But once you understand the differences between beer styles it will be much easier to find the perfect beer for you. This guide will help
  • Varieties Of Home Brewed Beer By : Chris Haycock
    A categorisation of types of beer. Especially as it applies to the home brewer.
  • How To Make Homemade Wine? By : Randy T45 T. Slabey45
    How To Make Homemade Wine?

    Learning how to make homemade wine also include different methods, techniques, equipments and ingredients involved in wine making in addition to the basic wine making recipe.
  • Wine Tasting Party -- Types of Tastings, How Much Wine to Buy, Home Set Up and Scoring the Wine By : Sandee Lembke
    Hosting a wine tasting party at home is fun and easy to plan. Learn about different types of wine tastings, like horizontal, vertical and blind tastings, how to set up your home and how much wine to buy.
  • A Guide to Wine Cellars By : Andre Beudein
    You're thrilled to have that new HDTV and Hi-Definition DVD player. For many, the excitement of purchase dims when they arrive home and see the multitude of cords and multi-colored jacks, knowing that they must be correctly connected in order to make your Home Theater system function properly.
  • An Ideal Way To Taste Lots Of Wines By : Fiona Muller
    Going to a wine tasting is a great way to sample a huge variety of wines. It is the ideal way to find out what your favourite type of wine is and make new friends and acquaintances.
  • A Fine Cellar By : Louise Scoggins
    Aging a fine wine is an art, a passion that yields either rich results or sour grapes. You may already have an electric wine-cooling unit, but if you're looking to build a larger collection or plan to have bottles aging over a period of time, you may consider building a wine cellar. The five main elements in properly storing your wine are light, vibration, temperature, humidity and the angle of storage.By attending to these needs you can nurture a full harvest.
  • Choosing Suitable Wines For Foods By : Ed Worthy
    Choosing a wine to suit your meal can be a notoriously difficult task. However, there are a few key points to consider before you go about making you choice. Here, we take a look at these key factors effecting your decision.
  • Discover More Wines With a Wine Club By : Jibran Qazi
    If you truly want to expand your love of wine with others, start a wine club. You will not only attract like minded people, but will discover great new wines on a weekly basis.
  • A Recipe Collection--Top 5 Most Requested Summer Drinks By : Sandee Lembke
    I have been trying out summer drinks on my friends and family for years. They always end up asking me for the recipes for these five classic cocktails. Now I am sharing them with you.
  • How A Wine Club Can Help You By : Louise Truswell
    If you are new to wine, a wine club will help you find out which wines you really like (and those that you don’t). It is the perfect way of discovering new wines on a regular basis.
  • Pinot Grigio Is More Popular Then Ever By : Mark Hooson
    Laithwaites – Decanter Independent Wine Merchant of the Year 2007 – offers a range of Italian Pinot Grigio as well as interesting varieties from less well-trodden corners of the wine world.
  • Virgin Wines’ Discovery Wine Club – The Clever Way To Buy Wine By : Louise Truswell
    Let’s just say, you’d be crazy not to join the Virgin Wines’ Discovery Wine Club. Boutique wines, a personalised service and all the flexibility from a wine club that you could possibility need. Do you know of any other wine club offering these benefits?
  • Red Wine – A Classic Taste For Any Time By : Fiona Muller
    When it comes to buying red wine there are lots of different varieties on the market to choose from. This article gives you a quick overview of the main types of grapes used in red wine production. Hopefully it will help you when you come to buy your next bottle!
  • How Much Thujone Did Pre-ban Vintage Absinthe Contain? By : David Nathan Maister
    A newly published scientific paper, by German researcher Dirk Lachenmeier, UK vintage absinthe expert David Nathan-Maister, and other European and US scientists proves for the first time that absinthe from the pre-ban era only has very limited quantities of thujone, on a par with many well made modern absinthes. Oft-repeated claims of excessively high thujone concentrations in pre-ban absinthe are conclusively shown to be erroneous.
  • Beat The Budget Everyday Of The Week! By : Fiona Muller
    When it comes to buying wine online, stick to an independent retailer, not only will it save you money, but you will also be able to buy wine that other retailers can only dream about selling.
  • Claret Or Bordeaux The Choice Is Yours By : Fiona Muller
    Bordeaux is a fascinating wine region steeped in history and tradition. It produces some of the most expensive and high quality wines available in the world today.
  • Have You Tasted The Best Sauvignon Blanc In The World Yet? By : Fiona Muller
    New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc offers a fantastic tasting New World wine those appeals to a variety of palates. Cited as being the best in the world at the moment now is the time to check this wine out.
  • Grapes of the world – part 3 By : Christian Rios
    Do you know where your wine comes from? This article is the third in a three-part series that discusses the many varieties of grapes used to produce wine.
  • Grapes of the world – part 2 By : Christian Rios
    Do you know where your wine comes from? This article is the second in a three-part series that discusses the many varieties of grapes used to produce wine.

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