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  • Wine and its Amazing Benefits  By : Dexter Bedd
    It's been said by many different people, many different times, in many different situations that drinking a glass of wine a day can bring many health benefits.
  • Wine and your health - Drink Wine to Improve Your Life  By : Daniel Jowssey
    Wine can contain over 1000 different chemical constituents, making it a very complex solution, generally consisting of 85-90% water, 10-14% alcohol and 1-5% phenolics. Over the Centuries wine became know as a medicine. It was a more hygienic drink that the water of the day.
  • You Should Join a Wine Club  By : Daniel Jowssey
    Wine clubs offer the beginner an ideal way to learn about the subtleties and complexities of wine, and they offer the connoisseur a chance to experience wine they otherwise might not find. The ease and convenience of having terrific wines delivered on a regular basis make filling an impressive wine rack a simple and considerably less expensive task.
  • California Wine - Sonoma county vineyards  By : Robert Thomson
    Sonoma county is a part of the famous North California wine region, close to the San Francisco and Napa Valley. Sonoma Valley offers authentic California wine tasting experience, great weather and friendly staff.
  • Drink Wine to Improve Your Life  By : Dexter Bedd
    Do you and your college mates sit up late at night drinking can after can getting smashed?
  • Best Wine Cooler - Answer to Wine Storage Problems  By : Todd Martin
    Home wine coolers are an excellent choice if you enjoy wine on a frequent basis. Prefer buying smaller models which can hold one single bottle of wine for the convenience of the user and guests. Few wine coolers are also available in the market which is especially used for travelling purposes. When looking into a home wine cooler, remember what kind of wines you prefer to drink. A Wine Bottle Cooler is basically a small table top special home appliance which is used to chill a single bottle in no time. Wine is a cocktail that suits almost all occasions- whether it is a celebration, or a romantic dinner- each time, a bottle of wine holds a different meaning. Due to this reason, it is very important that this drink is served at the right temperature, to enjoy its unique taste. This type of wine cooler is suitable for white, ros or sparkling wines which are usually served chilled. The best Wine Coolers give a wine bottle its own specific temperature setting. Also, you'll never have to worry about your guests complaining of a sour, tasteless wine as these Wine Chillers will preserve the exquisite taste of your precious wines as nothing tastes better than a chilled glass of wine.
  • Wine Travel: Discover Arizona's Wine Country  By : Jim Hofman
    The beautiful Sonoran desert area of southern Arizona has long been a destination for travelers seeking a warm comfortable climate and ample sightseeing opportunities. The vibrant Tucson metro area offers a delightful mixture of culture and world class arts, but few know that just a short one hour drive away brings you to the heart of Arizona Wine Country.
  • Wine and Spirits: A Look at Whiskey and Champagne  By : Irene Maseko
    Whiskey makes a great gift for friends, employees, and even executives. Around the office, whiskey is very popular. When someone has had a tough day at work, few things bring out the best like whiskey. It can help someone relax, and make them feel at ease. Drink enough of it however - and you will feel as if you are king of the world!
  • Wine Trails: Discover Award Winning Wines  By : Jim Hofman
    Did you know that the U.S. is now home to over 6000 wineries? As of this year, all 50 states have at least one winery, and many states have well over 100. And for as great a wine producing state California is, it's certainly not alone in turning out numerous award winning wines just waiting to be discovered.
  • Make The Sophisticated Choice When Selecting Perfect Wine Gifts  By : Jim Mandl
    There is nothing more elegant than choosing wine gifts that make a statement to surprise friends and family or business associates. With a ever increasing selection of high-quality items, wine gifts always seem to impact the receiver in a way that is hard to deny.
  • 2008 Northern California Wine Tasting Events Of Interest  By : Rustin McLeod
    Those who enjoy the finer side of life can indulge in wine tasting year around in the fine state of California. Starting in Paso Robles, we are going to take a look at the annual wine tasting festivities in the Northern California region.
  • Wine for your Valentine  By : Winnie Su
    Aside from sending the usual gifts on Valentine's Day, ever thought about buying wine for your Valentine? Wine for your Valentine can create a romantic setting as well as complement your meal. And health experts say drinking wine has its health benefits. Find out more now!
  • Wine Storage: Do not Make These 3 Mistakes  By : Jim Hofman
    If you're a wine collector, chances are you've had to store some of your collection for an extended period. Most wine lovers with large collections own specialty storage solutions, whether it is multiple wine racks or refrigerators designed for wine storage. Still others feel that storing wine in a basement is sufficient.
  • Wine Travel: America's First Wine Trail  By : Jim Hofman
    America's fascinating wine making history is rooted in the efforts of European immigrants, who brought their skills to America throughout the 1800's. Long before California and other west coast wine producing states were settled, other areas of the country were busy producing wines from native grape vines growing in the wild. In the 1830's, a group of German immigrants settled in the Missouri river valley, about an hour west of St. Louis near the present historic town of Hermann, Missouri.
  • Wine Travel: Now Available Near You on a US Wine Trail  By : Jim Hofman
    If you enjoy wine tours and wine travel, you'll be pleased to know that there's a U.S. wine trail within a half day's drive of your home, just waiting for you to experience and enjoy. With over 6000 wineries now active in the United States, many of these wineries are clustered all across the country in small groups in grape growing areas. These groups of wineries are often designated as a wine trail, and are perfect for visiting as a weekend excursion.
  • Wine Travel - Arkansas Wine Country  By : Jim Hofman
    Over 135 years ago, many German-Swiss immigrants traveled well into the south central United States to stake their claim. And back in the 1870's, the beautiful Ozark Mountain area of northwestern Arkansas seemed an appropriate place to begin. Rolling mountains, while not quite the height or splendor of the Swiss Alps, offered a reminder of home.
  • Wine Refrigerators - Five Questions To Ask Before Buying  By : Jim Hofman
    With an ever growing interest in all things wine, wine lovers have a wide array of accessories and storage options to enhance their wine experience. New stylish wine accesssories are continually introduced as wine affecionados seek out the best ways to share and enjoy serving wine. Let's take a look at wine storage, a very important aspect of wine enjoyment.
  • Wine Making Kits: Would You Serve This Wine To Company?  By : Jim Hofman
    Wine making in small batches for personal consumption has been around as long as wine itself. In the United States, personal wine making was brought over from Europe as a family skill in the 18th and 19th century. Although you can't sell any wine that you produce from home, it's perfectly legal and is in fact a thriving hobby.
  • The Benefits of Wine  By : Tom Cribbs
    You've heard that red wine once in a while is good for your body. Read this article to confirm that threory for yourself.
  • An Introduction to Creating a New England Restraunt Menu  By : Reginald Curtis
    Since most of the New England states in the U.S. are situated close to water, it is no wonder that many of the dishes associated with this region present an array of seafood ingredients. When interested in bringing the taste of New England to the dinner table, you may encounter a wealth of recipes and menu ideas, such as boiled lobsters, lobster rolls, New England Oyster Stew, Boston Baked Beans, Hasty Pudding, and Johnnycakes.
  • Fine Wine - Do you Know Store Fine Wines?  By : Daniel Jowssey
    Communicating of businessman is very important! Wine has progressed from being a simple beverage, to big business. Wine drinkers have a world of options available to them, and connoisseurs amass stockpiles of wines like hobbyists collect stamps. If you are serious about collecting wines, you need to consider creating a proper wine cellar.
  • Compliment Your Food with Wine  By : Aazdak Alisimo
    If you've prepared a delicious meal, or even a tasty snack, you can enhance the flavor of that food with a perfect pairing of wine. Choosing a delicious vintage of the right variety can really make the food you serve taste better and more exciting, as well as making the wine taste great as well.
  • Do You Like Celebrating Special Occasion By Wine  By : Nancy Clack
    Nowadays , people usually use wine in the menu of these important party . Wine is an alcoholic drink that tastes great and endorses a unique class of its own. The amazing quality and the variety available in this category of alcoholic drink has helped it create a niche for itself. It is very famous across the globe. Wine lovers are also passionate about collecting different types of wines and then storing it for years. Fermented grapes of different varieties are extensively used in making wines.
  • Basket Gift Wine Ideas for the Holidays  By : Ellen Parry
    If you know someone organizing an event or a holiday for family and friends, there are a multitude of details that must be noted in order to make the event a success. There will be a lot of trying times and surprises, even for the experienced host or hostess. You can help, however, by bringing a basket gift wine to add sparkle to any holiday. This is especially great for giving to new neighbors as a welcome gift, or even sending off well-wishes to guests.
  • Some Necessary Information For Make Wine  By : Nancy Clack
    Nowadays , wine become a essential beverage in these party .(Wine is basically an alcoholic beverage). Wine is made by fermenting grape fruit by adding sugar, acids or enzymes to it. Not only grapes but other fruits like apple, elder berry or even rice and barley are also used to make wines. But the name wine generally indicates wine made out of grapes.
  • Right Ingredients of Fruit Wine Making  By : Tommy Stephens
    An article on the right ingredients of Fruit Wine Making.
  • Parlez Vous Vino?  By : Xav Moldonio
    Travel to a foreign country and you have to thrash your way through the language just to get something to eat and a place to stay. Well, the world of wine isn't much different. Here are some phrases you need to know that will make you sound sophisticated.
  • How to Choose the Right Wine, with these Helpful Tips  By : Steven Ross
    It's not nearly as difficult to choose the right wine as you might think it is. In fact, there are some simple rules to follow that will help you choose the right type of wine every time.
  • The Top Ten Reasons I Hate Wine - Number Two, The Embarassing Lack Of Knowledge  By : Levi Reiss
    A humorous examination of the many problems faced by a wine lover who is not a wine snob and has a limited budget. Follow me through the top ten problems and my solution. These articles are best accompanied by a glass (or two) of your favorite red or white wine and some great food.
  • Bordeaux - Wine and History in Southern France  By : Antonio Bonito..
    Bordeaux is located on the South-West coast of France, in the region of Aquitaine and the Gironde department. This famous city is traversed by the River Garonne, and it's here that you'll encounter people known as the Bordelais.
  • French Wine Overview  By : Gideon Laston
    Around the globe there are certain regions like Napa Valley and Asti that are famous for the wines they produce. But none of these wines command the respect earned by wines created in France.
  • Pouring The Perfect Wine Glass 101  By :
    To pour the perfect glass of wine you must take several steps: Temperature Of The Wine: The temperature at which a wine is served makes an immense impact on its taste.
  • The Process Of Making Wine  By : Dr. David Breslow
    Wine is a very wide spread term that is simply fruit being distilled and fermented for the product of an alcoholic drink. When most people think of wine they immediately think grapes, but there are so many different sources for wine production these include rice (sake), various fruits (elderberry, grapefruit, cherry, etc.), barley, and even honey (mead).
  • Italian Wine Making  By : mario oreilly
    Every year it is very common for Italian wine to be at the top of the pile when it comes to good ranking, not the least of which ranks it as the biggest producer, exporter and consumer of wine in the world. If you consider that Italy is only a few hundred miles smaller than the state of California then this fact here is far more interesting.
  • Wine Bottling  By : mario oreilly
    I would advise you only in this: make, say, a gallon or a half-gallon of a variety of wines and then decide which you prefer over a period of time
  • Wine Tasting What You Need To Know  By : mario oreilly
    Attending a wine tasting can be very entertaining, however there are a vast majority of wanna wine connoisseur's out there who don't like to attend these gatherings as they do not know what they are supposed to do or what way to act when sampling the wine. With wine tasting there is no great mystery, below are just a few things you should keep in mind.
  • Making Quality Wine  By : mario oreilly
    Wine is a very wide spread term that is simply fruit being distilled and fermented for the product of an alcoholic drink. When most people think of wine they immediately think grapes, but there are so many different sources for wine production these include rice (sake), various fruits (elderberry, grapefruit, cherry, etc.), barley, and even honey (mead).
  • Glens Whisky  By : mario oreilly
    Glen Ord
    At a glance, the fertile plains of the Black Mr Horn a pretty fine site for a distillery quality supplies of barley, some peat from illy hansons ground, pure water..
  • Glens Scotch Whisky  By : mario oreilly
    Glen Garioch
    Despite being one of the most fertile parts of Scotland, Aberdeenshire has very few distilleries. In 1995 it looked likely to have one less when Morrison Bowmore (MBD) mothballed Glen Garioch, in the little town of Oldmeldrum.
  • The Origin Scotch And Irish Whiskey  By : mario oreilly
    The origin of Irish whisky is a little cloudy, no one is actually sure when it was 1st created, it is summised that brewing started sometime in the 12th century.
  • How Beer Is Made  By :
    Beer has been in our midst for as long as anyone can remember it is one of the most common alcohol beverage to be consumed in the world. But its worth a thought as to how beer is actually made.
  • Jack Daniels An American Whiskey  By : mario oreilly
    The Jack Daniel's legend starts with the eponymous founder of the distillery, who allegedly owned his first distillery at the tender age of 13, having learned his skill at the knee of Dan Call
  • Potted Whiskey  By : mario oreilly
    It would be appropriate for a people-based profile of whisky to begin by naming the first whisky maker. Sadly, no-one knows who he was. In fact, no-one knows who the first distiller was
  • How Whiskey Is Made  By : mario oreilly
    Every country has a different approach to making whisky, which will be discussed in detail at the beginning of each chapter. However, all are basically variations on the following rules.
  • How To Make Labels For Your Homemade Wine  By : Brian Ankner
    If you are making your own homemade wines, it only makes perfect sense to make your own homemade labels. Making your own labels is the only way for you to know the homemade wines contents, age and characteristics. Having clear and consise homemade labels will make it easier when you are looking for a specific wine for it's flavor or character without trying to remember the specifics of each batch.
  • Wow Your Friends With These Great Summer Drinks  By : Daniel Z. Kane
    I was very pleasantly surprised when I went on the net recently to find some good warm weather drinks to serve at an upcoming event. In just 45 minutes I found hundreds of great sounding drinks, many I'd never heard of before.
  • Distillation From Fruit  By : mario oreilly
    There is practically no variety of fruit that cannot be enjoyed in alcoholic form, from cactus fruits from the desert or berries from the Arctic
  • The History Of Alcohol  By : mario oreilly
    Thoughout recorded history there has always been alcohol in of some variety,think of this
  • Grain Distillation  By : mario oreilly
    Aquavit, genever, gin, and whiskey (or whisky as the Canadians and Scots spell it), as well as vodka and the unflavored German schnapps called korn
  • I Love German Wine And Food - A Pfalz Gewurztraminer  By : Levi Reiss
    I love German wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Germany's thirteen wine regions. This article records the results of tasting a fine Gewurztraminer wine from the southwestern region of Pfalz, both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • Wine 101  By : Michael Malega
    Informative article for wine 101, tips, ideas, recommendations and much more, all about this topic of wine 101 and other related information that may be of interest to you. Come to check our site to find more on this subject and more...
  • Can You Prevent Cancer with Red Wine?  By : Xav Moldonio
    Could anything be more dreadful then having your doctor give you a diagnosis of cancer? Probably not. Still, who wants to chance it? There must be practical steps that can be taken to prevent it.
  • The Origins of Wine and Winemaking  By : Andrea Flint
    Wine and winemaking has a long and venerable history. When was the first wine made, and by whom?
  • How To Make A Cheap And Easy Gourmet Wine Gift Basket  By :
    Buying a gourmet wine gift basket can be expensive. You can easily make a beautiful, custom, personalized, gourmet wine gift basket cheaply. You can use champagne too.
  • Current Trends in Cal-Ital Wines  By : Kris Koonar
    For the past few centuries, winemakers in California have mainly looked upon the Barbera Grape to provide Americans with a good quality Italian-styled Californian wine.
  • Winter Wines?  By : Kris Koonar
    With the holiday season fast approaching, most people are tackling the difficult task of purchasing wines that can be paired with the special foods of the season.
  • Wine Country Corporate Events  By : Kris Koonar
    There are many wines touring services that combine industry knowledge and local expertise to help satisfy all your travel, incentive program and meeting needs in the Wine Country.
  • Winery Cellar Clubs  By : Kris Koonar
    There are a few similarities between Advance Tasting Clubs, Winery Mailing Lists, and Cellar Clubs, but the differences between these can be considerable.
  • What Are Cheese Tasting Wines  By : Bowe Packer
    Ever wonder what cheeses taste good with what wines? Find out and stop wondering.
  • Guide to Spanish Wine  By : Derek Both
    Spain has long been recognized for its fortified wines, particularly sherry, or Jerez as it's known locally, but in recent years both production and quality of its table wines has improved remarkably.
  • Pairing Cheese and Wine  By : Kadence Buchanan
    After taking my degree from the wine classes I have been following for a whole semester I do not consider myself to be an expert in wine consumption, but an amateur who likes to taste the unexpected.
  • Open A Beer And Enjoy  By : Kadence Buchanan
    Have you ever thought how many of our senses cooperate when we decide to consume a cooling bottle of beer? Well, just consider that we touch the cold bottle from the fridge or over the bar counter.
  • What Makes a Great Pint of Real Ale?  By : Matt OConnor
    Finding a good pint of real ale is not always easy. Here are a few pointers to make life a little bit easier in finding a satisfying pint.
  • An Introduction To Chardonnay  By : Tristan Andrews
    Chardonnay grape is the most popular type of white wine, found all over the world. The flavor, taste, and aroma of it will though, depending on where it was made and what processing methods were used.
  • Information About French Wine  By : Tristan Andrews
    Whenever wine comes up in a conversation or a thought, we often find ourselves thinking of where the wine came from.
  • Why You Should Use A Wine Rack  By : Tristan Andrews
    For wine to mature in the proper way, you'll need to have the right humidity, temperature, light condition, and movement.
  • All You Need To Know About Whiskey  By : Tristan Andrews
    In meaning, whiskey translates to 'water of life'. Whiskey originated from Scotland during the early 1400's, and is very popular around the world today. Even today, whiskey tastes much like it did when it first began.
  • The Art Of Wine Tasting  By : Tristan Andrews
    Even though many just assume that wine tasting is sipping, swishing, and swallowing - many are amazed to find that it's actually a bit more.
  • The Flavors Of Wine  By : Tristan Andrews
    Although the four main flavors - sweet, salty, sour, and bitter are all your tongue is really capable of tasting, the long lasting impression that wine leaves in your mouth is far more complex.
  • The Right Temperature For Storing Wine  By : Tristan Andrews
    Although position is important when storing wine, temperature is the most important storing factor overall.
  • The Making Of Red Wine  By : Tristan Andrews
    Among the many types of wine available, red wine is among the best. There are many types of red wine available, although most are made using the same methods.
  • How To Deal With Hangovers  By : Tristan Andrews
    A hangover is something that just about all of us have experienced at some point in time. After spending a night out drinking, you may wake up in the morning with your head feeling heavy and your stomach in knots.
  • Hungary For Wine  By : Tristan Andrews
    Despite what many may think, the area known as Hungary holds more wine tradition than any other country in Europe.
  • Storing And Caring For Wine  By : Tristan Andrews
    Over the years, wine consumption has become more and more popular. With more and more money going into wine both as an investment and for later consumption, the history of the wine will always be in question.
  • A Look At Champagne  By : Tristan Andrews
    Traditionally, Champagne has always a way to celebrate milestones or toast the bride and groom on their marriage.
  • Wine Collecting For Beginners  By : Tristan Andrews
    Collecting wine can be a very fun and exciting hobby - especially when you try to find the wine. If you are looking to collect wine, you may end up spending a bit more money than you thought.
  • Tips For Selling Wine  By : Tristan Andrews
    In the world of wine, the Internet has drastically changed the business and landscape for a lot of industries and manufacturers.
  • Great Wine Gifts  By : Tristan Andrews
    For virtually any occasion, such as special moments and holidays, wine makes a great gift. From informal meetings to wedding celebrations and bashes, wine is a gift that is truly hard to beat.
  • The Process Of Manufacturing Wine  By : Tristan Andrews
    Wine, which is a drink we all know and love, is produced from fruits such as grapes and berries by drying and then fermenting them.
  • A Look At Champagne Racks  By : Tristan Andrews
    In the process of manufacturing Champagne, riddling racks are a must have. Once the sparkling wine has began to age on the less, it will be time for the concluding stages.
  • Wine Tasting For Beginners  By : Tristan Andrews
    Attending wine tasting events can be a great experience and a lot of fun, although a lot of people choose not to attend out of fear - or not knowing what to do or what to expect.
  • All About German Beer  By : Tristan Andrews
    Throughout Germany, beer is very popular with the culture. Germany contains well over 1,000 breweries, which is more than any other location in the world.
  • Wine Gift Baskets For Any Occasion  By : Tristan Andrews
    For any celebration or glorious moment in life, wine is essential to have. Parties and celebrations are thought of as being incomplete unless there is wine present, which makes it an ideal gift for virtually any occasion.
  • Fall in Love With the Loire Valley Over a Glass of Vouvray  By : Corina Clemence
    A description of Vouvray in the Loire Valley and its magnificent selection of fine undervalued wines
  • The Beauty Of Sparkling Wine  By : Tristan Andrews
    Sparkling wines are well known for their tiny bubbles that race to the surface. Sparkling wine is one of the most exotic yet refreshing types of wine, providing memories and happiness once the cork is released into the air.
  • Information About Wine Cellar Racks  By : Tristan Andrews
    A wine cellar rack allows any wine enthusiast to achieve a professional wine cellar in the comfort of their own home.
  • A Look At Ice Wine  By : Tristan Andrews
    Although there are several types of wines that you buy, one of the most unheard of is ice wine. Ice wines are a very rare form of wine, a wine that is produced under certain types of weather conditions.
  • An Introduction To Bartending  By : Tristan Andrews
    Setting up your own bar is actually quite easy to do. There are however, a few things that good bartenders need to know to run a bar efficiently.
  • Testing Box Wine  By : Bowe Packer
    Wanting to try new wines, just not sure where to start and don't want to waste money? Try new wines with box wine.
  • Understanding Dry Wines Characteristics  By : Bowe Packer
    With all the wines out there to choose from, how do we know which one we would like? Start by understanding the different categories and characteristics of wine.
  • Try Something a Little Different This Valentine's Day - Vouvray  By : Corina Clemence
    a description of Vouvray wine perfect to share on Valentine's Day
  • Tilenus Wins Prestigous Wine Award  By : James Johnson
    Wine awards winner Tilenus, the old lost region of Spain.
  • White Wine to Lay Down  By : Corina Clemence
    Advice on aging wine from the Loire Valley France
  • Regional Styles in California Wine  By : Kris Koonar
    For many years, the California wines have been closely linked with deep flavors, high alcohol content, more than just a hint of oak and forward fruit.
  • How To Store And Care For Wine  By : Paul P. Duxbury
    Over the years, wine consumption has become more and more popular. With more and more money going into wine both as an investment and for later consumption, the history of the wine will always be important.
  • A Redneck's Guide to Wine Appreciation  By : Ross Lambert
    The difference between Uncle Willie's homebrew and the Good Stuff
  • Loire Valley Wines - 5 Wine Appellations Sprinkled Among the Historic Chateaux  By : Corina Clemence
    Detailed description of five Loire Valley AOC wines and nearby historic french chateaux to visit
  • The Basics Of Wine Tasting  By : Paul P. Duxbury
    Attending wine tasting events can be a great experience and a lot of fun, although a lot of people choose not to attend out of fear or not knowing what to do or what to expect.
  • How To Master The Art Of Wine Tasting  By : Paul P. Duxbury
    Even though many just assume that wine tasting is sipping, swishing, and swallowing - many are amazed to find that it is actually a bit more.
  • How To Set Up Your Own Bar and Be A Bartender  By : Paul P. Duxbury
    Setting up your own bar whether at home or otherwise is actually quite easy to do. There are however, a few things that good bartenders need to know to run a bar efficiently.

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