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1.Drinking And Drunkards by atomicgirl
If you think that people who drink and people who are drunk are all the same, then you should start changing that thought. The innocent- This is the type of person who looks like he or she could never harm a ...
[Added: 15 Jan 2007   Hits: 829   Words: 607]

2.Tips on Making Affordable Wine Recipes by Longs Kieras
One of the great things about wine on a date is that one bottle is a defined amount, normally about five glasses. If shared equally it is unlikely that you will fall off your ...
[Added: 07 Jan 2007   Hits: 819   Words: 635]

3.Wine and Cheese: Make the Perfect Combination by Henry James
Ordering wine in a restaurant is not much different than buying it in a wine store. The main difference is that you have an audience. Yet ordering wine in a restaurant can be intimidating especially if the wine list is extensive. Wine ...
[Added: 07 Jan 2007   Hits: 974   Words: 586]

4.Wine Basket Ideas by Gina Yeoh
The early history of wine consumption in America was dominated by immigrants whom were primarily Catholic, and of Central or Southern European descent. The bulk of wine-drinking immigrants came from the wine loving nations of France, Italy, Germany, and Spain. They descended ...
[Added: 07 Jan 2007   Hits: 967   Words: 717]

5.When Storing Wine.. by Viv Tyler
Wine aids in the production and flow of gastric juices. This facilitates digestion by breaking down the food in the stomach quickly and effectively. For many, after the age of 50 our bodies do not produce enough hydrochloric acid that are needed for ...
[Added: 07 Jan 2007   Hits: 819   Words: 638]

6.What to Consider when Classifying Fine Wines? by Carry Lais
The wine grape revolution was further carried by Charles Krug who started the winery business in 1861 and according to the statistics there were almost 150 wineries working commercially by 1889.Some earlier wineries were Schramsberg (founded in 1862), Beringer (1876) ...
[Added: 07 Jan 2007   Hits: 753   Words: 574]

7.How To Become an Effective Wine Taster by Francis Yens
The popularity of wine spreads all over the world. This drink loved by all, is perhaps one of the oldest alcoholic beverages available. A true wine lover not only loves to drink it, but also loves to serve it to other people. For a wine connoisseur, a wine ...
[Added: 13 Dec 2006   Hits: 815   Words: 509]

8.Best Wine for Each Occasion by Vivian Garth
Home wine racks are specially designed for storing bottles of wines in a horizontal position, to help preserve the quality of the wine. Storing your bottles in a wine rack is a great way to prevent the corks from drying out. If this happens, the cork ...
[Added: 13 Dec 2006   Hits: 943   Words: 529]

9.Touring the California Wineries by Andrew Garth
If your wine collection is growing rapidly and you don't have a wine cellar, then there is a huge choice of wine racking that's designed for home use. If you'd like to keep a few ...
[Added: 13 Dec 2006   Hits: 752   Words: 522]

10.Judging A Wine's Taste by Karens Smith
There are so many different designs of wine racks you can find. Depending on your taste, whether you want an old classic look or a modern touch, you can choose the wine rack. Wood is still the most loved storage wine rack. ...
[Added: 13 Dec 2006   Hits: 788   Words: 514]

11.Know Your Kind of Wine Today by Henry James
The right combination between food and wine is a source of ultimate bliss for every connoisseur. Both wine and food can benefit from the right pairing. The right wine can accentuate unexpected gastronomical aspects of food and vice versa, wine can shine in a ...
[Added: 13 Dec 2006   Hits: 946   Words: 579]

12.How To Make Homemade Wines by France Limes
Prepare the Produce. First, inspect the fruit to ensure the grapes are ripe and free of insects or other contaminants. Put the grapes in the straining bag and measure the sugar level using your hydrometer. A hydrometer can be purchased at any ...
[Added: 12 Dec 2006   Hits: 1117   Words: 509]

13.Exquisite History of Wines by Viv Tyler
To make a white wine, once grapes are brought to the winery they are de-stemmed and crushed before anything else is done. A machine is used to split the grapes to remove stems and stalks from ...
[Added: 12 Dec 2006   Hits: 768   Words: 571]

14.French Wine by Erin Halls
Dissipated by the owners and winemakers switched to other businesses for next 14 years. Some surviving wineries were operating on Sacramental wine production. As a whole, the wine market of Napa Valley was flopped down. With the withdrawal of prohibition in 1933, the renaissance of Napa wine commenced ...
[Added: 12 Dec 2006   Hits: 752   Words: 490]

15.The Art of Wine Tasting by Urina Ganrs
The production of wine in France is tightly controlled by two organisations. The Instituit National des Appellations d'Origine (INAO). This body succeeded the Comite' National des Appellations d'Origine after World War II and controls the hierachy of French quality wines. The other is the Service de ...
[Added: 12 Dec 2006   Hits: 790   Words: 695]

16.Why French Wine Is So Popular? by Harry James
Dissipated by the owners and winemakers switched to other businesses for next 14 years. Some surviving wineries were operating on Sacramental wine production. As a whole, the wine market of Napa Valley was flopped down. With the withdrawal of prohibition in 1933, the renaissance of ...
[Added: 12 Dec 2006   Hits: 1470   Words: 485]

17.The Art Of Wine Tasting by Peter Dobler
Even though many just assume that wine tasting is sipping, swishing, and swallowing - many are amazed to find that it's actually a bit more. Wine tasting is more of an art, an art that is used to ...
[Added: 11 Dec 2006   Hits: 800   Words: 612]

18.Harvesting the Grapes at Tas Valley Vineyard by Lynda Preece
A glorious weekend in mid-October was judged by Mike Smith of Tas Valley Vineyard to be the optimum time to pick his grapes. This decision is not come by lightly. As with all crops, it is very much dependant on weather ...
[Added: 09 Nov 2006   Hits: 948   Words: 800]

19.What Wine Goes with Which Food by Kathy Howe
If you have ever wondered what wine you should serve with a particular food, you will find the answer here. TYPES OF WHITE WINES Chardonnay (Shar-doe-nay) This popular dry white wine is more full bodied ...
[Added: 04 Nov 2006   Hits: 885   Words: 1047]

20.Explore the Amador Wine Country by Kathy Howe
Amador County is a pleasing alternative to the crowds and high prices of Napa Valley. Located in the foothills of California's Sierra Nevada Mountains, Amador County has much to offer. The rural roads, mountain air, ...
[Added: 04 Nov 2006   Hits: 715   Words: 638]

21.Red Wine Uruguayan Tannat - A Guide to This Fine Wine Its Benefits and Secrets by Gerardo Naon
Tannat red wine produces wine tasting notes of red fruits and spices with an intense cherry red color and purplish tint. Why the Uruguayan Tannat is different to the French Tannat wine? The wine making process in Uruguay changed when the Tannat wine grape was introduced at the ...
[Added: 26 Sep 2006   Hits: 702   Words: 314]

22.A Guide to Buying Australian Wine by Andrew Gates
Why buy wine? In Australia, wine has become the new beverage of choice for people in all walks of life. Moreover, Australia has developed an enviable reputation amongst wine drinkers and appreciators the world over. ...
[Added: 16 Sep 2006   Hits: 1129   Words: 1841]

23.The Mojito cocktail is back! by Kenneth D. Bush
Mojito (pronounced [moh-HEE-toh]) is a traditional Cuban drink cocktail that became very popular during the late 1980s, but has seen resurgence in popularity in recent years. The mojito is traditionally made of five ingredients: rum, powdered sugar, lime juice, club ...
[Added: 10 Sep 2006   Hits: 757   Words: 372]

24.An Overview of Wine The Drink of Gods by Xavier Moldini
Wine has been called the drink of the gods. This may be debatable, but it has definitely been the drink of the ages. Here is an overview of wine you can sip on. An Overview of Wine The Drink of ...
[Added: 09 Sep 2006   Hits: 703   Words: 490]

25.I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Umbria Region by Levi Reiss
Umbria lies smack dab in the middle of Italy. The countryside is unspoiled and dotted with medieval churches. Its fairly gentle terrain is composed of hills, valleys, and small mountains. Umbria is the only region ...
[Added: 24 Aug 2006   Hits: 702   Words: 731]

26.The Worlds First Celebrity Bartender by Martin Lloyd
The cocktail is practically an American institution. One of the very first Bartenders to popularise the cocktail was Jerry Thomas, Americas original "Celebrity Bartender". Thomas wrote what is widely considered as one of the first books to contain cocktail recipes, "The Bartenders Guide". When I first came ...
[Added: 23 Aug 2006   Hits: 1002   Words: 616]

27.The 10 Most Fattening Cocktails by Donna Monday
You're at your favorite cocktail lounge or nightclub unwinding with friends after work. You've already eaten dinner and now you look forward to enjoying good friends, laughter, and your favorite cocktail drink. Before you order your next mojito or margarita, ...
[Added: 22 Aug 2006   Hits: 1320   Words: 459]

28.I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Calabria Region by Levi Reiss
Calabria is the toe of the Italian boot. It is located in the southwest corner of Italy, with 500 miles of coastline on the Ionian, Mediterranean, and Tyrrhenian Seas. Its total population is about 2 million. The countryside is mountainous, and prone to earthquakes. For centuries peasants worked ...
[Added: 19 Aug 2006   Hits: 757   Words: 963]

29.I Love Italian Wine and Food - Launching a Series by Levi Reiss
Let's start with a few statistics. Italy constantly fights with France for the title of the world's biggest wine producer. Italy ranks number 3 in per capita wine consumption. As in many other European countries, Italians ...
[Added: 19 Aug 2006   Hits: 792   Words: 1199]

30.Sherry - a wine of tradition by Mike McDougall
A fortified wine from Andalusia produced only in and around the town of Jerez in the Cadiz region. The Spanish producers have since registered the Sherry / Jerez / Xeres name and will prosecute anyone else in the world trying to use it. It is ...
[Added: 22 Nov 2005   Hits: 900   Words: 562]

31.Bonding With Your Partner - Without Candles, Wine Or Lingerie! by Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
Summary: Many partners attempt to bond with candles, wine or lingerie, only to find their time together feeling flat, empty and passionless. In this article, discover what really creates bonding, intimacy and passion with your ...
[Added: 10 Oct 2005   Hits: 871   Words: 650]