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Premium tea replaces wine as businessmen`s drink of choice


Premium tea is replacing wine as the tipple of choice for businessmen as long boozy lunches become a thing of the past.

 

Autumn Harvest Crackling Red Wine Popsicles


With summer in the air, it’s the perfect time to try something new. Cool down with these easy-to-make red wine treats from Autumn Harvest Crackling.

 

The Best Wines to Pair with Paella


If you’re a bit hesitant about the idea of matching prawn with red wine you might automatically think of pairing paella with a white wine. But the world of food and wine pairing offers so many possibilities, we cannot just leave it there.

 

The World’s Oldest Bottle of Wine is Nearly 1700 Years Old


The world’s oldest wine bottle is believed to date back to AD 325 and was found near the town of Speyer, Germany, in 1867.

 

Can White Wines Age Well?


It’s a well-known fact that good red wines tend to get even better with age. But what about quality whites?

 

The Greatest Scientific Breakthrough of Our Time Is This Drip-Free Wine Bottle


There are several ways to prevent those inevitable wine bottle drips from staining your tablecloth.

 

Why you should choose your glass as carefully as the wine that goes in it


Wine, like love, is a many-splendoured thing. Both require a vessel to contain them although, in drinking wine, very few people confuse the receptacle with its contents.

 

You can now drink alcohol-free wine to stay sober


If you’re offered a pour of non-alcoholic wine you might figure that you’ll just be drinking grape juice. But no. NA Pinot Noir, Prosecco and the like start out like regular vintages — as boozy as your favorite drunk uncle.

 

Melania Trump honoured with First Lady wine in Slovenia


Slovenian wine producers have released a wine in honour of US First Lady, Melania Trump, according to Decanter.

 

Pairing Wine with Potato Chips


14 March marks Potato Chips Day. The history of everyone’s favourite snack dates back to 1853, when George Crum, a African American chef at the Moon Lake Lodge resort in Saratoga Springs, New York, made fries that were too thin to eat with a fork after a customer complained about the thickness of his French fries.

 
 
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