Bordeaux drinking windows – Ask Decanter

Some perceived discrepancies in drinking windows raises a good question… Why do younger Bordeaux wines appear to have narrower drinking windows? Bordeaux drinking windows – Ask Decanter Bassam Cordahi, Lebanon, asks: In your articles about Pessac-Léognan and the Bordeaux 2008 vintage (‘The story of an appellation’ and ‘2008: a decade on’, Bordeaux 2018 issue), I was surprised to see tasting …

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The Irreplaceable Listener: the importance of listening and self-doubt

illustration from 2011 when I was first getting started in wine I am riddled with self-doubt. By now it’s developed its own personality. I imagine it an ethereal presence, more aura than substance, but it does have a voice. It speaks in whispers. When other people describe me, they often say I am confident, but inside that doubt is whispering. …

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Cooler Cocktails – Spotlight: Rebecca Seal

This week in the Sorted kitchen we spotlight some incredibly refreshing drinks mixed by Rebecca Seal This is a Mojito-style cocktail, but made into a punch so you can serve it up at a party with minimum fuss. If you want to be really fancy, switch all or some of the soda water for cava or dry sparkling wine. The …

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Monte Alegre Vineyard and Cellars is located at 473 Ponce Trail, Carbondale, IL 62901, www.montealegrewines.com, Carbondale’s first winery wine trail of Southern Illinois. Owner David Ponce also operates pH Wine Engineering. pH Wine Engineers is an industry leader consultant group that uses science and engineering to produce high quality wines. Visit them at www.ph-engineering.com. Posted by Monte Alegre Vineyard & …

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Exploring the nine towns of Chianti Classico

Getting to know Chianti Classico is all in the detail. Monty Waldin traverses Tuscany’s hillsides discovering its slopes, soils and Sangiovese styles… Fattoria di Cinciano in the village of Poggibonsi. Tuscany’s Renaissance artists depicted every nuance of Chianti Classico’s landscape – the subtle changes in light and shade across its vineyards, olive groves and towns. They would be stunned that …

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Top Montage – Wine & Dine (Comethazine)

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Daily Wine News: How Climate Change is Impacting German Wine

The Mosel Valley. (Flickr: Megan Mallen) German winemakers are seeing benefits from climate change, reports the New York Times. “As exceptional as 2018’s harvest looks, it’s also a sign of how much conditions have changed and are changing for the German wine industry. “We are the big winners from climate change,” said Dirk Würtz, a vintner and wine journalist. “I …

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Gabrielle Union on We’re Going to Need More Wine at the 2018 L.A. Times Festival of Books

Gabrielle Union discusses We’re Going to Need More Wine at the 2018 L.A. Times Festival of Books. FROM THE PUBLISHER: In the spirit of Amy Poehler’s Yes Please, Lena Dunham’s Not That Kind of Girl, and Roxane Gay’s Bad Feminist, a powerful collection of essays about gender, sexuality, race, beauty, Hollywood, and what it means to be a modern woman. One month before the release …

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Faust Vineyard, Coombsville, Napa

Faust Vineyard Coombsville Road Coombsville AVA Napa © Matthew X. Kiernan NYBAI17-4740 Posted by New York Big Apple Images on 2017-07-03 02:42:56 Tagged: , vineyard , napa , coombsville , california

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China drives Australian wine exports rise in 2018

Australian wine exports rose by 10% in value in 2018, despite a fall in the overall number of bottles shipped, said trade body Wine Australia. Exports to Northeast Asia rose by 19% in 2018 Australian wine exports to Northeast Asia, predominantly driven by China, rose by 19% in 2018 to A$1.23bn, Wine Australia said this week. That helped Australian wine …

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Primitive Culture: Traditional Mango Wine in the Forest

This is Video Show about Primitive Culture People of Cambodia Create Tools Using Everyday. Thank for Like, and Share to your friends if you support our Channel. We are sorry if we have any mistakes. Our Social: – Facebook Page : – Facebook Group : – Google Plus : – Reddit: #primitive #technology #culture #survival #skills source

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New manager for Lafite and Catena venture, Bodegas Caro

Château Lafite owner Domaines Barons de Rothschild and Argentina’s Catena have appointed a new estate manager for their Bodegas Caro joint-venture. Philippe Rolet, new estate manager at Bodegas Caro in Argentina. Philippe Rolet became estate manager at Bodegas Caro on 21 January, said DBR Lafite and Catena, who decided join forces for the wine project in Argentina back in 1998. …

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Visit Tenuta Torciano Winery

Discover what Tenuta Torciano Winery can offer: a cozy and elegant environment among the Tuscan hills, a prestigious selection of wines, and unique experiences like wine tasting lessons, lunch in the vineyards, truffle hunting, cooking classes, helicopter wine tours, horse back riding, yoga at the vineyards and many wellness offers to make your trip in Tuscany unforgettable! source

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Decanter Drying Tip – Screw It #31

One of the biggest drawbacks to using a decanter is actually getting it dry after cleaning it. This simple tip isn’t rocket science, but it definitely speeds up the process. More at SuppleWine.com source

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