Daily Archives: February 11, 2019

Ask Missa: How to Let a Wine Breathe

In this episode of Ask Missa, Kate Franklin chats with our Director of Sommology, Missa Capozzo, about the best methods for aerating red wine, including a demonstration of Traveling Vineyard’s Magic Decanter Aerator. source

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Sydney Brenner – Lab cocktails (26/236)

To hear more of Sydney Brenner’s stories, go to the playlist: Biologist Sydney Brenner was born in South Africa in 1927. A pioneer in the field of genetics and molecular biology, he discovered messenger RNA. He is one of three co-recipients of the 2002 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. [Listener: Lewis Wolpert] TRANSCRIPT: The next year, having deviated to …

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Electric Wine Opener Review and Unboxing

This Electric Wine Opener solves a native problem that every wine drinker has, how to open the bottle. I picked up on sale for $9.99 on Amazon, full retail value is more like $26.99 and worth every penny. It comes with the electronic wine opener and a few other wine bottle related trinkets that can be used for any occasion. …

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Master’s Degree in Wine Management

Learn more: A major percentage of profits in the restaurant industry is driven by wines, spirits, beers, and other beverages, so expertise in these areas is in high demand. With the CIA’s master’s degree in wine management, you’ll gain that expertise and so much more, in an ideal setting—the world-famous Napa Valley. In this video, food and beverage leaders praise …

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Random vineyard

Driving around, we found a good spot to pull off for a few pictures at this vineyard. I can not remember which winery it belongs to. I like the tree in the back. Posted by Art Bennett on 2008-03-14 06:41:35 Tagged: , Napa , vineyard

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