Daily Archives: May 7, 2019

Wines of the East Coast: Rapid Progress on Many Fronts

The wines of the East Coast are making progress on many fronts.  Noteworthy improvements in the quality of East Coast wines and their unique character are attracting growing numbers of wine enthusiasts. Today, more than ever before, consumers along the Atlantic Seaboard are interested in drinking local wines, and liberalized wine laws and regulations make it easier for them to …

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Soroti flying school looks to a bright future as Uganda airlines is revived

With the revival of the Uganda Airlines, the management of the only flying school in the country is optimistic that the country’s aviation industry is going to grow, creating more opportunities for young pilots and other aviation support staff. According to the director of The East African Civil Aviation Academy in Soroti, Ronald Turyamubona, the school is currently going through …

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I’ll Drink to That: Winegrower Joe Rochioli, Jr.

Episode 466 of I’ll Drink to That! was released recently, and it features Joe Rochioli, Jr. of J. Rochioli Vineyards and Winery in the Russian River Valley of California. Joe Rochioli, Jr. begins this interview talking about how his family grew hops, and ends it by expressing astonishment at the sheer number of vineyards that have been planted in the …

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TALES OF THE TOWN: Part 20

Oakland Police Begin Their Search for the Killer No official informed the public about the first body, Duquene’s. Nor did the police, District Attorney or Mayor’s office inform them of the second, third, fourth or fifth bodies. They all had names: Duncan Ailsworth, Robert Massey, Charles Wilkinson, Antwan Finch. There were however a few old timers in the OPD who …

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The history of Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande

The first vines were planted on this gravel based estate in the end of the 17th century. In 1850, before passing away , the Baron Joseph de Pichon Longueville shared his vineyard between his two sons (Pichon Baron) and his three daughters; one of whom, Virginie, married the Comte de Lalande and became Comtesse. She took up the management of …

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Anson: Tasting every Château Rauzan-Ségla vintage from 1994 to 2018

Château Rauzan-Ségla produced one of my favourite Margaux wines in the 2018 vintage, standing out for its concentration, confidence and elegance, easily one of the wines of the year in the appellation. The post Anson: Tasting every Château Rauzan-Ségla vintage from 1994 to 2018 appeared first on Decanter. Source : https://www.decanter.com/premium/chateau-rauzan-segla-wines-ratings-413539/

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Top 5 homebrew tips for making homemade wine!

Here are my top 5 tips and tricks for brewing homemade wine! These tips will help you to get started with your home brewing adventure! ????? Click “Show More” for more details ????? SUBSCRIBE: James & Dee My top five home made wine tips!Subscribe to our channel for weekly updates: www.HappyHomestead.co.uk ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Achaidh Cheide Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative …

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Road to ‘Wine Country’ Movie Interview: It’s Maya Rudolph and Rachel Dratch’s Party (Wine Spectator)

When Rachel Dratch met up with some friends in California wine country for a weekend to celebrate her 50th birthday, she didn’t expect it would become a movie—with her in a starring role. But that’s how Wine Country, the directorial debut of one such friend, Amy Poehler, got its start. Also on that fateful trip: fellow early-2000s Saturday Night Live …

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Camille Brave from Master Sommelier Emily Wines

“Brave” is the first wine in our “Camille” series from Master Sommelier Emily Wines. Emily draws inspiration from the brave people who move us, from daily acts of kindness to bold stances of historical significance. Driven by style and crafted for the fierce and fearless in all of us, “Brave” is evocative of the unmistakable quality of courage. source

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Decanting Times! A Handy Guide For Best Practices

The simple act of pouring wine and allowing it some “air time” actually improves the taste. But, how long should you wait? And, does wine go bad if decanted too long? Here are some tips and tricks for decanting different types of wines. Red Wines – 20 minutes to 2 hours, depending on style. White and Rosé Wines – up …

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3 Game Of Thrones Party Cocktails

Winter is here, so if you’re looking to throw the ULTIMATE Game Of Thrones watch party, you’ve come to the right place! In today’s video, we’ll show you how to make 3 Game Of Thrones Party Cocktails. Celebrate the final season with a delicious cocktail in hand as these GoT themed drinks are destined to set the tone for every …

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