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  • Food And Wine – White Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    Food and wine go great together but it is often difficult to match a wine with a food type. This article talks about white wines and which go well with certain foods.
  • How To Get The Best From Your Rosé  By : Louise Truswell
    Rosé has enjoyed a major revival in recent years and currently is a very popular wine choice. Light and fruity, Rosé wine looks good and is easy to drink. Follow our simple tips below to make sure you get the most from it.
  • Fine Wines  By : Fiona Muller
    The sale of fine wines in the UK has grown over the last few years due to increased wine knowledge and the fact that more people can see that it is a good investment prospect. This article gives an overview of fine wines and some tips on how to avoid the fraudsters.
  • South American Wines  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses South American wines and concentrates on the great viticulture of Argentina and Chile. These New World wines have been developed over hundreds of years but are only now becoming known to the British palate.
  • Hold Your Own Wine-Tasting Party  By : Fiona Muller
    Why not make an evening a celebration by holding a wine tasting party? It is great fun and you learn about wine whilst drinking with your friends. This article gives you a few ideas on how to hold a wine tasting evening.
  • Wines To Make The Perfect Dessert  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses dessert wines and why they are a great thing to enjoy at the end of a meal. Forget the port, try a sweet rich dessert wine for a change!
  • Wine Can Make The Perfect Present  By : Mark Hooson
    The have an extensive range with interesting mixed cases for simple ‘thank you’ wine gifts as well as fine wine for when you want something truly impressive.
  • How To Get The Most From Your Red Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    If you like red wine but don’t know much about it, you’ve come to the right place. In this article we look at some handy tips for buying and serving red wine.
  • Get The Most From Your White Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    White wine is incredibly versatile and makes the ideal drink for a dinner party, celebration or, simply, for sipping with friends or family. And the good news is that, even if you don’t know much about white wine, it’s really easy to get the best from it. Follow these simple tips and you can’t go wrong.
  • Understanding The World Of Champagne  By : Louise Truswell
    With almost 300 Champagne houses producing Champagne in the Champagne region, there’s potential for a lot of bottles to be produced each year. Around 320 million to be precise!
  • Searching For A Restaurant In Norwich?  By : Kris Smith
    When it comes to eating out, many people find it hard to know where to start when looking for a good restaurant in Norwich. The problem is not a lack of great establishments, but the vast array of places to choose from! As a City, Norwich really does have something to tantalise everyone’s taste buds!
  • How To Buy A Bottle Of Wine. Made Easy  By : Louise Truswell
    If you are new to wine, you’ll soon find that the choice is endless when it comes to buying a bottle of wine – you’ll come across styles, prices and quality at all levels. But if you are keen to bag yourself a decent bottle of wine (and at a decent price), you need to be savvy with your wine choices.
  • Matching Champagne And Food  By : Louise Truswell
    Champagne is regularly served as an aperitif or as a toast at the end of a meal, so it is often overlooked when it comes to food. However, because Champagne is naturally acidic, it makes a really good food match - and not just for oysters and caviar as you might expect, but for a number of different foods.
  • Understanding the importance of Pine Nut  By : Navneet Kumar
    Pine nuts are considered the natural way of preventing overeating habit. It is available at the larger region of Portugal. 31% of the total forest is dominated by wild pine trees. Different types of pine trees help in maintaining the ecological balance of the forest area. Pine nuts are good source of antioxidants and by consuming pine nuts. People should be encouraged to use pine nuts in their meals.
  • The Soaring Coffee Industry  By : John Platiko
    Are you wondering why the coffee industry keeps on hitting the market does? And thinking why there are so many specialty coffee shops is sprouting everywhere? Try to read on and learn the answers to these questions. Whether you are one of us, caffeine lovers, or not, you’ll understand why the does this kind of industry is one of the most profitable business in the world.
  • Italian Wines  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses Italy and Italian wines. It talks about the grapes used in wine production and the types of wines that are produced in Italy.
  • New Zealand – The New Mecca For Wine Lovers?  By : Fiona Muller
    New Zealand is a relative newcomer to wine production. It has however made a big impact on the wine industry in a small space of time. This article looks at the country and the wine that it produces.
  • Lost Valley Winery  By : Jodie0 Josey0
    Lost Valley Winery

    If you're an Australian wine lover with a taste for Italian wines, there's no need for an expensive plane ticket to get your fix. You can enjoy an exceptional Italian wine in the form of Lost Valley Winery's Cortese wine, famous not only for its unique, refreshing flavours, but also because it's the only wine of its kind produced in Australia. Respected wine critics like Robert Parker, Huon Hooke and Ralph Kyte-Powell have only good things to say about the Lost Valley Cortese wine, impressed at the winery's commitment to keep producing excellent vintages of their interesting wine.
  • Shiraz – The Great Australian Red Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    Australia is a big player in the wine industry and it is its red wine in particular that has made the biggest impact. This article discusses the Shiraz grape and the wine that is produced from it.
  • Stock Up For Christmas  By : Fiona Muller
    Christmas is a time of celebration and to make that celebration go well you need some great wine to fit the occasion. This article discusses buying wine for Christmas and why there is no time like the present to start stocking up.
  • What do you know all about Beer?  By : kdavinder
    Prohibitionists and other conservatives have long viewed beer as the devil's brew. Beer itself isn't so bad; it's people that have given it a bad rap. When used in a controlled, social setting, beer is nothing more than a cold, refreshing break time treat. There is evidence that beer has been around almost along as history itself. Pre-historic man is said to have created beer before learning that grains could also be used to produce another dietary staple called "bread".
  • Ontario Wines  By : Hillebrand
    Ontario’s Wine region is blessed with a ‘cool climate’ that means that at the time of harvest grapes have more concentrated flavors and balanced acidity levels. Further, the “lake effect” caused by lakes Erie and Ontario protects the precious vines from frosts in the spring and grants the benefits of an extended growing season in the fall.
  • Wine Show of London 2008  By : Michele De Capitani
    Everyboby knows that with the arrival of Fall the wine season begins! One of the best ways of celebrating the event is going to London, which hosts every year the Wine Show.
  • Tasting Whiskey 101  By : Shawn Simmons
    Go through the actual steps to taste whiskey objectively. From the color of the spirit to the finishing flavors, there are a lot of details to plumb from tasting whiskey.
  • Information On Ontario’s Wine Region  By : hillebrend
    Ontario’s Wine region is blessed with a ‘cool climate’ that means that at the time of harvest grapes have more concentrated flavors and balanced acidity levels. Further, the “lake effect” caused by lakes Erie and Ontario protects the precious vines from frosts in the spring and grants the benefits of an extended growing season in the fall.
  • A Guide To Sherry  By : Fiona Muller
    This article gives you an overview of sherry, how it is made and where it comes from. Sherry once was seen as the province of the old but has now become far more accepted in social circles. It is a great way to start Christmas Day dinner.
  • A Guide To Port  By : Fiona Muller
    An overview of Port wine, how it is made and where it comes from. Port is an excellent after dinner drink which fills you with Christmas spirit.
  • Hints And Tips For Buying Wine At Christmas  By : Fiona Muller
    This article gives you a few tips for your Christmas wine. Whether you are serving a traditional dinner or just looking for something for a party this article will help you decide.
  • Internet Wine Deal  By : Malcolm smith
    Everyone loves a bargain and it’s human nature not to want to spend more money than we have to. Enter the power of the internet and its ability to keep us up to speed on the super savings and wine deals we can cash in on - from whittled down prices on essential white goods, to wicked wine deals we can all enjoy.
  • Wine Vouchers – The Perfect Gift For Everyone  By : Francesca Krajewski
    What do you buy the person who has everything? You need something that is both pleasurable but also useful and that you know is going to tick all their mostly already full boxes. The solution is simple. Something consumable! Then why not opt for something a little different and purchase some electronic wine vouchers?

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