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By: Dorrie Ruplinger
There are so many things to do and places to go in Door County that it is hard to pick what to do. There never seems to be enough time to do everything. There's boating, golfing, a nature center, se (read entire article)
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By: Michael Russell
Wine. Not what you do when you don't get your way. What you drink with a fine meal. Well, maybe not what you drink, depending on your tastes, but what a lot of people drink. Some would say that th (read entire article)
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By: Indra Books
After having read our article on wine tasting parties you might be saying to yourself "great tips but I want to kick it up to the next level and do something that most people don't do. (read entire article)
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By: Gustavo Roitman
The city of San Rafael - Mendoza in Argentina, offers a wide variety of travel resources for all ages. This resources include: hiking, horse riding, t (read entire article)
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By: Jerry Powell
Wine tasting is properly known as 'Wine Degustation'. It is the art of being able to note the various differences between difference types of wine, an (read entire article)
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By: Nerello Glasure
The Chardonnay grape variety is a classic white wine grape grown all around the world. It is at the top, as probably the world's favorite white grape (read entire article)
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By: Jason Tiffin
Translation of Italian to English, helping you to save confusion when buying a bottle of Italian Wine.Abboccato - Medium-sweet and full bodied (read entire article)
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By: Chris Miley
One of the great joys of wine is being able to select a bottle from your own cellar, perhaps one that you've been storing for some years, draw the cor (read entire article)
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By: Fraser Neilson
Don’t listen to what all the self appointed wine buffs and wine snobs say – it’s what you like that counts. It’s not what Mr X, Mrs Y or Somme (read entire article)
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By: Dan Philipe
Wine is a social drink which should be enjoyed in the company of friends and .. food. The right combination between food and w (read entire article)
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By: Darby Higgs
Shiraz is the dominant red winegrape variety in Australia. It is the key component of Grange, the flagship Australian wine label. At the other end of (read entire article)
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By: Fraser Neilson
For many people Spanish wine either means cava - their excellent local sparkling wine made by the same traditional method as the finest champagnes – o (read entire article)
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By: Darby Higgs
Blended and varietal wines.Novice wine lovers soon come across the concept of blended and varietal wines. The two questions that spring to min (read entire article)
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By: Jason Tiffin
ChardonnayThis grape has been described as the happiest of all combinations and has expanded widely from its Burgundian roots, being now planted v (read entire article)
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By: Paul Kreider
As a winemaker I spend more time than most people sniffing and peering at wine, holding it to the light, making notes. Eventually I take some in my mo (read entire article)
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By: Kristy Annely
Wine picnic baskets are just the ticket for two, four, or more people. When it's just too nice to spend the day indoors, why not go for a hike in your (read entire article)
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By: Benjamin Bicais
Napa Wineries and Vineyards enjoy a long viticultural history that dates back to 1836. In this year, George Yount settled on the 12,000 acre Caymus R (read entire article)
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By: Nerello Glasure
Looking to have some fun with friends while sharing some (read entire article)
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By: Ben Bicais
The basics of tasting wine are relatively simple to learn. Once the fundamentals are mastered, the nuances and details can be enhanced over a (read entire article)
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By: Hannah Terry
Tips on giving a bottle of wine. When we're going somewhere it's easy to grab a bottle of wine off the shelf, but wouldn't it be nicer to be a (read entire article)
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By: Paul Kreider
That little piece of bark (yes, cork is bark harvested from a kind of oak tree) is the focus of much controversy among today's winemakers. Here at Ros (read entire article)
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By: Darby Higgs
Novice wine lovers soon come across the concept of blended and varietal wines. The two questions that spring to mind are, “what does it mean?” and (read entire article)
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By: Nicholas Webb
Red Wine, Heart Disease, Hungry Sharks and Knights in Shining Armor What is so special about wine? What is it that makes i (read entire article)
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By: James Bogaty
Living the Good Life By Jim Bogaty- Owner Veramar Vineyard In Virginia winery tasting rooms, learn “how to taste wine” A wine tasting (read entire article)
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By: Craig Dawber
Wine can be a complicated topic. Some people have no idea about wine. Knowing the different types of wine will help you to make a more educated choice the next time you are out buying a bottle.Wines (read entire article)
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By: Linda Vissat
Mystery and intrigue surround the disappearance of Roerderer's presence in Russia. He just vanished, according to Natalia Feduschak writer for the KYIV Post in an article from Sudak, Ukraine dated Ja (read entire article)
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By: Matt Ellsworth
French wine is made in a special way that other countries just cannot seem to match. There is extra care put into a French wine and this thoughtful consideration adds something special to every single (read entire article)
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By: Matt Ellsworth
Strawberry wine is one of those delicious treats that can be used in so many different ways. Strawberry wine is not simply any old wine, it is like the nectar of the gods. You can drink strawberry win (read entire article)
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By: Shay P
Many believe that if a wine is made in Israel, it has to be Kosher. Well, that is not always so, and in fact there's a complete set of rules that make a wine kosher. In this article I will try and ans (read entire article)
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By: John Morris
For some people, the storage and acquisition of wine is more than just a hobby, it is an art.Wine connoisseurs all know that the proper storage of wine is important to its final flavor. Once it is alr (read entire article)
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By: Scott Campanella
Pinot Gris (or Tokay Pinot Gris) is a white wine grape of species Vitis Vinifera related to Pinot Noir which goes by a lot of other names:Pinot Grigio (Italy) Pinot Beurot (Loire Valley, France) Rul (read entire article)
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By: Tynan Szvetecz
For the average wine consumer, there is a plethora of intimidation associated with wine buying. This is a feeling that is most often associated with not understanding wine labels. New world wines tend (read entire article)
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By: Helen Palmer
Just drive out to one of these delightful wine estates to find something quite magical about the art of viticulture and we dare you to say you didn't have a great time.The most trouble you'll have is (read entire article)
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By: Darby Higgs
Tempranillo is the premium red wine grape variety from the Rioja region in Spain. It is now challenging Sangiovese as the up and coming star of the red varietal wine scene in Australia.New plantings t (read entire article)
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