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Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1297 Views :: Gifts, Wines
The giving of wedding favors is a long established custom. For many years it has been traditional for a small, personalized gift to be given to each of the wedding guests as a token of thanks from the bride and groom. This also serves as a memento of the happy occasion and can be kept as a keepsake by the guests. In the past one of the more us...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Alcohol, for years, has gotten a bad reputation for having zero health benefits and numerous social implications. While this has painted it in a bad light which has, to some degree, influence 35% of adult Americans not to drink at all, it has also led to research to confirm the negative stigma associated with alcohol. The research that result...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1124 Views :: Wine Making
The fermentation process involved in wine making is the chemical reaction that occurs when turning grape juice into an alcoholic beverage. Much consideration should be taken when considering the exact speed and extent of the fermentation process prior to beginning, in order to protect the integrality of the final product. A seasoned winemaker ...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Drinking wine has often been said to be an acquired taste. I agree one hundred percent! When I first started drinking wine, my exploits were limited to fruity wines that are normally associated with the younger drinkers. I am speaking of the easily pallatible white zinfadel. One cannot dwell on the past, but we can revel in the present and eag...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Proper home winemaking is achieved by making wine from grapes, and not from buying ready-made kits from the wine supplies shop, and then adding water! Yes, this is much easier to do, but there's absolutely no skill in it at all - so let's make real wine! Making wine at home can be very successful and rewarding providing you adhere to some bas...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
With all of summer's festivities, like Naperville's Ribfest, barbecue takes center stage for casual dining. If beer is too filling and vodka tonics or margaritas are too strong, wine may be your beverage of choice. With barbecue's rich, bold and spicy flavors, a slightly chilled red zinfandel is an ideal pairing with this summer fare. Zin cit...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Once you have found the wine whose taste thrills you, the thing to do is run, don't walk, to the same store where you got it, and buy a few more bottles from the same lot. This is good advice because if you wait a few months to buy another bottle, it may not taste the same. Remember that few wineries are able to supply unchanging flavor and ar...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Beer Home Brewing Is For You If You Love REALLY GOOD Beer Almost everybody loves a nice cold one on a hot day, and most people the world over, love beer. Home brewing is not only the best way to enjoy beer, but it's also the most intelligent way, too. Why, you ask? For two really good reasons, especially for those who love beer. Home brewin...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Ok, if you haven't got any friends to invite to dinner, then this article isn't for you. But if you are planning a special occasion and your drinks cabinet is overflowing with various bottles of wine, just how much thought have you put into the wine glassware that you are going to use and in particular which glasses will you serve your guests ...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1437 Views :: Gifts, Wines, Wine Tasting
As the warm sun and colors of our Indian Summer is upon us and I have a couple of things I want you to think about. There's always that question, when you are out shopping, about which wine best complements certain foods. I suggest that you let the food choice dictate your wine selection. Select the salient tastes in the dish and match the win...

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