Daily Archives: April 3, 2018

InTheCellar - Down Under with Aussie Wines!

InTheCellar - Down Under with Aussie Wines!

With a "New World" winemaking tradition that mirrors the United States, Australia produces unique wines at great value prices from Shiraz & Cabernet to Chardonnay, Riesling and more... join us for ten minutes of education and fun tasting Marquee Australian Wines with wine expert Christopher Cribb and Bonnie Rabicoff - Host & Food Expert of In the Kitchen With Bonnie! …

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Simple Lasagna Recipe - Meat Sauce Recipe

Simple Lasagna Recipe - Meat Sauce Recipe

Here is a simple lasagna recipe that is a family favorite. This recipe does not have ricotta cheese or egg, but it's still a classic. This recipe is one of my favorite comfort food recipe. It's also great to feed a party crowd or take to potluck. MORE RECIPES BELOW! 😉 Ingredients 9 oz box of Oven-Ready Lasagna Pasta 5 …

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Vineyards at Chateau de Barbe, Bourg, Bordeaux, France.

Vineyards at Chateau de Barbe, Bourg, Bordeaux, France.

Posted by broadswordcallingdannyboy on 2013-10-05 14:12:58 Tagged: , Bordeaux , France , French Landscapes , Bordeaux Right Bank , Bordeaux in Autumn , Chateau de Barbe , Bourg , Vineyard scenes , Vines , Gironde , Converging Verticals , Wine Country , Wine , River Bank , Estuary , Wide Angle , Canon L Lens , 24-70mm , Bordeaux Vineyard …

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Wine Series: Syrah/Shiraz

Wine Series: Syrah/Shiraz

In this video, I review a wine that goes by a couple of names and try an example with an unique back story. Wine in the video: 19 Crimes 2016 Shiraz Twitter: @plattsboozeblog Instagram: plattrobertson source

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Sparkles and Reflections

Sparkles and Reflections

Ready for some ice wine tasting...taken at Summerhill Pyramid Winery, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada Canada is one of the world's largest producers of ice wine, which is a type of dessert wine produced from grapes that have been frozen while still on the vine. Click on the photo to view on Black Posted by johnshlau on 2013-02-21 07:51:12 Tagged: , …

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Mumbai Weekend Getaway: Wine Tasting @ York Winery, Nashik

Mumbai Weekend Getaway: Wine Tasting @ York Winery, Nashik

As i'm starting to discover weekend getaways from Mumbai, i've realized what i've been missing right under my nose! So this weekend, a couple of us friends took off to Nashik to put our noses to good use... Taking up a friend's suggestion, we visited York Winery, just 10 minutes ahead of Sula & Soma vineyards. The location and setting …

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Time for a new passport ? Jamie Goode's wine blog

I’ve just applied for a new passport. I’m going to miss the old one: it has been a constant companion on my travels, but even though it has plenty of space (I got a big one last time!) and five more years’ validity, it has started playing up at electronic passport gates. And that’s a deal breaker, because electronic passport …

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Slow Wine - Will Gittens (Official Audio)

Slow Wine - Will Gittens (Official Audio)

STREAM NEON: Itunes: Spotify: SoundCloud: Lyrics: Verse 1: Just give me the time and place For me to come thru (For me to come through yeh yeh) I'm tired of the space Between me and you (Oh nah nah nah nah nahhh) whenever you're with me It's never enough time Enough time So don't move too fast Girl I need …

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#4 - 5.67 pts. - Merlot - Casillero del Diablo - 2007

#4 - 5.67 pts. - Merlot - Casillero del Diablo - 2007

We had my birthday party and 2nd annual wine tasting party this year. Each person had to bring two bottles of either merlot or chardonnay that were under $15.00. All the bottles were bagged up with either "Merlot" and a number or "Chardonnay" and a number. Everyone rated the wines on a scale of 1-10. We tool the average score …

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Basque Wine Country: The Txakoli of the New | Drinking Out Loud | News & Features

Basque Wine Country: The Txakoli of the New | Drinking Out Loud | News & Features

GETARIA, Spain.—“Go on being uncommercial,” great American songwriter Jerome Kern advised a colleague. “There’s a lot of money in it.” It’s doubtful that the handful of wine producers along the jagged coast of Spain’s Basque Country, tucked into the far northeast corner of Spain near the French border, are familiar with Kern’s counsel. But they have profited by it all …

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