Daily Archives: February 4, 2019

Ya No Soy Esclavo – Letra Oficial – Aliento (Feat. Julio Melgar)

Ya No Soy Esclavo – Aliento (Feat. Julio Melgar) // Traducción Oficial Por: Christine D’Clario // Version en Español Producido Por: Jose Olide // Letra & Música Por: Brian Johnson, Jonathan David Helser, Joel Case Mezcla: Jose Olide/AMG Studios Masterizacion: Mike Cervantes at THE FOXBORO Video Por: Danny Hinojosa =================================== Marco Barrientos Bethel Music Aliento Music Group Julio Melgar Christine …

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The Best Gin for Gin and Tonic — 2019 edition

You have cash in your pocket, and you have a thirst. Specifically, a thirst for that most noble of drinks, the gin and tonic. But you don’t just want any gin and tonic. No. You’re better than that. You, my friend, want the best. And that means you need to know what is the best gin for gin and tonic. …

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Ripanço by José Maria da Fonseca – Wine making technique l 2014

Ripanço is the ancient technique, dating back to roman ages, used traditionally in the South of Portugal for manually destemming the grapes using wooden rods. Part of the grapes have also been sundried in the warm weather of the Alentejo region. FAMILY of Wines. Wines of a FAMILY. O Ripanço é uma técnica antiga, originária da era romana, tradicionalmente utilizada …

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Hermann J. Wiemer of the Finger Lakes: A Great American Winery

Hermann J. Wiemer is one of the pioneers of viticulture and winemaking in the Finger Lakes. A native of Bernkastel, Germany, he studied at the world famous Neustadt Viticultural Research Institute, took a winemaking job in the Finger Lakes, and became a seminal figure in raising the quality of the region’s wines. Today, his long time apprentice and Cornell grad …

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Wine Tasting in Beautiful Cape Town | Useful Tips

South Africa has some of the greatest vineyards in the world. In today’s vlog, I explore the beautiful Durbanville Wine Route in Cape Town, South Africa. I stop at three popular wine farms including Meerendal, Diemersdal and Signal Gun. I show you what the wine tasting areas look like and take you around the stunning farms. Wine tasting is a …

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Sneak Peek | Elderflower Spritzer Recipe | Triple8

On an impulse, Jaideep and Mandeep Anand took a flight to France and Italy to explore the vineyards and bring home the best of their wines. These wines were not well known in India but were of premium quality and went well with Asian food. That is how Triple8 was born—combining the best of food, wine and cocktails. Get a …

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Great wines born in Chinese year of the pig

Celebrate Chinese new year with a great vintage from the zodiac sign of the pig… Lafite Rothschild 1959 is a 100-point wine from a year of the pig vintage We’ve delved through our wine reviews on Decanter Premium to bring you some of the great wines from Chinese year of the pig vintages, tasted by Decanter‘s experts. Chinese New Year …

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Who will the Democratic candidate be?

As I’ve said before, I’m not ready to support any of the Democrats who have declared, or who may declare soon, for president in 2020. We have a lot of time—more than a year before the first primary—to listen to the candidates. But if I had to choose now, it would be Sherrod Brown. All of the Democrats impress me. …

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