Daily Archives: January 16, 2019

Summer Cocktails: Pimm’s Cup | Pottery Barn

While hosting summer parties, refreshing summer cocktails are an important part of the menu. Pimm’s cup is a great summer drink that is also easy to make. A popular drink in Britain, Pimm’s cup is made with Pimm’s liqueur. It is a gin-based spirit with the flavor of fruits and spices. It’s easy to make this drink as you don’t …

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Explore Lambrusco, the amazing Italian sparkling red wine you may be missing out on

There is more to Italian sparkling wines than Prosecco and Franciacorta. Lambrusco is a sparkling red wine from the Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy regions. Watch Alberto Medici, fourth generation owner of renowned 120 years old Medici Ermete, explain Lambrusco and guide us through a tasting of the Lambrusco Concerto, the first Lambrusco to be mentioned in Wine Spectator and one of …

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Learn to install metallic epoxy – Orange Gold & Wine Red

If you want to learn the metallic epoxy installation process featuring Orange Gold & Wine Red then see the above video. It will teach you about the whole installation process. You will then be able to install this system yourself. We show you things like mixing the Orange Gold and Wine Red pigments, pouring it on the floor, squeegeeing, back …

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April The Professional Wine Taster – Parks and Recreation

“I think we can agree that all wine tastes the same and if you spend any more than 5 dollars on wine, you are very stupid!” Season 6, Episode 19 ‘While the flu ravages Pawnee, Andy and Leslie must book performers for the concert; Tom looks for a sommelier for his restaurant; Ben turns to Ron for help with a …

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Private Cellars: An Educated Palate (Wine Spectator)

Note: This article originally appeared in the May 31, 2018, issue of Wine Spectator. It was the Torrontés that did it. In preparation for the notoriously difficult WSET Level III exam, Christine Bae had memorized the regions, varieties and winemaking styles of Italy, Germany, Greece, Spain and Portugal. Then came the fateful question: What is the Torrontés wine from Argentina? …

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U.S. Supreme Court Hears Challenge to Wine Law (Wine Spectator)

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Shay Dvoretzky, a lawyer for the Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association (TWSRA), was mere seconds into an argument when Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor interjected. She had a fundamental question about the case before the court: Does the TWSRA believe that the 21st Amendment to the Constitution allows discrimination against out-of-state interests? And if so, does that mean …

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Cranberry Ombre Sparkler Cocktails

This holiday cocktail is so easy to make and is the perfect drink to ring in the Christmas spirit or can be just as good for any other celebration. To get this complete recipe with instructions and measurements, check out my website: Instagram: Business contact: [email protected] source

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