The Way You Pop A Bottle Of Champagne Says A Lot About You!

Sparkling wine, champagne, or prosecco is a necessity at any important event. But opening the bottle can often come with its challenges, and it turns out how you pop your drink of choice can say a lot about you. 

 

Important Things to Know Before Buying A Wine Rack

Are you going to market for buying a wine rack for your collection? Then you must read this article before going to the market. There are many things to consider before starting your wine collection. Well, you cannot put these in the crate it came in. You must have dedicated space to display your collection.

 

Matcha and Mint Wine Cocktail

All things Asian are very trendy and matcha is one of those ingredients that we have all seen on menus and in magazines. Perhaps you’ve even tried it!

 

Cheers! Vineyard Is Giving Away Its Extra Stock For Free

AN OXFORDSHIRE vineyard with ‘too many grapes’ offering free pressed grape juice has been ‘inundated’ with calls.

 

Celebrities Drank 10 000 Glasses Of Wine After The Emmy Awards

It turns out that the stars of the Emmy Awards are pretty big wine fans and when they descended on the after-party, bottles of Sterling Vineyards wines flew off the shelves. Emmy winners even got an über fancy $250 personalized bottle of Sterling’s 2015 Iridium Cabernet Sauvignon.

 

How To Make A Juicy Springbok Cheeseburger

Seeing that my fridge is still full of game, I decided to experiment once again.

 

Wine Tasting Engages Your Brain More Than Any Other Behavior, Says Neuroscientist

Any good wine snob knows that, despite the term’s intended negative connotation, the label should really be worn like a badge of honor. Sure, some beer lovers or, even worse, casual wine drinkers might find that snobbery worthy of derision, but they clearly don’t understand the difficulty, dexterity and dedication necessary to reach that level. Thankfully, however, a scientist has finally tossed us wine snobs a life preserver—a Yale neuroscientist nonetheless.

 

More Quality Wines from South Africa Enter the Global Market

If you are not all that familiar with the wines of South Africa, welcome to a large number of wine lovers in the same boat. The simple fact is, there are very few South African wines exported to the U.S., even though the country’s winemaking goes back to the 17th century via Dutch settlers and the industry’s Cooperative Wine Growers’ Association was founded in 1918. But South Africa’s distance from the western world, the Depression and World War II and its apartheid policies kept the wines out of many markets until well into the 1990s.

 

The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa Beef Picanha perfectly paired with Bouchard Finlayson Hannibal 2016

Chef Christo Pretorius from The Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa Azure Restaurant shares his Beef Picanha recipe, which is best enjoyed with a glass of Bouchard Finlayon’s unique red blend, Hannibal. The 2016 vintage is a blend of Sangiovese, Pinot Noir, Nebbiolo, Shiraz, Mourvédre and Barbera and is alive with a characteristic Italian mouthfeel reflecting fruity complexity. Olive and red currant flavours combine with cranberry to result in a lingering finish and complex mouthfeel.

 

We all need one of these bespoke portable wine tables in our lives

With summer fast approaching, it’s time to up your picnic game with this collapsible outdoor wine table.

 
 
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