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Virginia Wine Tasting - dated: June 17, 2004 - author: James Bogaty - Do you think people who visit winery-tasting rooms know a lot about wine? Well some do, but most don't. No matter, that's not a hindrance to enjoying wine. The local wine establishments welcome you to visit their tasting rooms. Go out to the winery and meet the winemakers. DO NOT fear visiting a winery. The winery wants you to taste their wine and if they are good, they will do everything they can to make you feel comfortable in their tasting room. Hospitality is everything. click here for full text.
The Next Shiraz - dated: June 10, 2005 - author: Darby Higgs - Looking into the future the role of Shiraz seems unassailable, but there are a few challengers on the horizon. The wine consumer is a fickle creature and fashions can change fairly quickly. Sangiovese is a variety with a large and growing fan club. click here for full text.
The Case of a wine cellar - dated: June 17, 2004 - author: James Bogaty - It’s cheaper by the dozen, for an everyday wine cellar, all you need are strong shelves, a cool spot and 12 bottles (one case) of wine. Always keep a bottle of sparkling wine and a bottle of white ready to drink in the refrig. Between that and the 10 in the rack, you’ll have a case that is ready “just in case”. click here for full text.
Wine Around The World - dated: May 12, 2005 - author: Stephanie Pedersen - I have a fondness for South American wines. They are typically well-priced and well-made, combining European wine's food-enhancing finesse and North American bigness, without the snooty seriousness of either land-mass. Among my latest Latin favorites are Chilean and Argentinian wines click here for full text.
Guide To Buying Wine Glasses - dated: October 14, 2005 - author: Brian Johnson - Youve heard somewhere or read somewhere that wine must be served in the best crystal to get its full advantage, well not necessarily but there are a few basic principles to remember when choosing glasses that will help you get the best from your favorite bottle. It is true however that the appearance, smell and even the taste can be enhanced click here for full text.
What wine really is (just in case you thought you knew) - dated: October 14, 2005 - author: Neil Best - Although millions of people across the globe enjoy wine, very few of them know exactly what it is about a particular wine that they enjoy. By understanding each of the different components of wine, you can quickly establish the parts you prefer, and therefore choose your next bottle with more confidence. click here for full text.
Using Bargain Wines to Your Advantage - dated: October 14, 2005 - author: Neil Best - Using bargain wines is often preferable for occasions when it would be unwise to to invest a large amount of money in expensive wine. Do you really want to use top-notch red wine for making sangria or for serving up at parties, when friends have already had enough to drink? No, I didn't think so! click here for full text.
Who made the first wine anyway - dated: October 14, 2005 - author: Neil Best - Although details are understandably sketchy, it is believed that, around 6000 BC, grapes were being grown and wine was being made in Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq). Mesopotamia and Egypt. Wine was popular with the pharaohs of ancient Egypt from about 3000 BC onwards. Inscriptions and illustrations of grape harvesting and wine making have been found click here for full text.
Pop, Pop, Fizz, Fizz...Opening a Bottle of Champagne - dated: October 14, 2005 - author: Margaret Chiffriller - Champagne is not intended to be opened just for special toasts and important occasions. The bubbly refresher complements any meal from brunch to a midnight snack. It is a real treat just sipped by itself especially when relaxing with a few good friends. A good champagne can make any occasion memorable. click here for full text.
What is Corked Wine - dated: October 14, 2005 - author: Neil Best - Keeping a wine bottle sealed is probably the most important factor when it comes to maintaining a good wine. A cork is essential, as it keeps oxygen out of the wine bottle. If a bottle of wine is not airtight then it may become oxidized and undrinkable. Traditionally, the only corks worth considering were those actually made of cork. Recently, however click here for full text.
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