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  • The Best Way To Choose A First-Rate Wine  By : Donald Saunders
    The majority of of us enjoy a good glass of wine but with the hundreds of wines on sale today you have to know just what you are doing in order to separate the wheat from the chaff.
  • Jello Shot  By : Mario
    Finding the best jello shot or jello shot recipes isn't as easy as you might think this list was compiled to make it easier to make the perfect jello shot.
  • Beer Boot  By : andrew philip
    Beer boots or Bierstiefeln in German have over a century of history and culture behind them. It is commonly believed that a general promised his troops to drink beer from his boot if they were successful in battle. When the troops prevailed, the general had a glass maker fashion a boot from glass to fulfill his promise without tasting his own feet and to avoid spoiling the beer in his leather boot. Since then, soldiers have enjoyed toasting to their victories with a beer boot.
  • The Days When Home Winemakers Were Mere Amateurs Are A Thing Of The Past  By : Donald Saunders
    The original amateur winemaker made wine for the simple joy of doing so and not from any monetary motives. Today, however, despite the fact that many people continue to produce their own wine purely for pleasure, there is usually a monetary element.
  • Finding The Beginnings Of The Jello Shot  By : Mario
    Jello Shots - Back In The Day
    How did anybody back in yester year get their Jello Shot to set properly?
  • Wild Turkey American Whisky  By : Mario
    One of the more intriguing aspects of bourbon's revival is the way in which its stubborn old guardians have been proved right. None more so than Wild Turkey's Jimmy Russell. A glance at the Wild Turkey distillery confirms that this place doesn't abide by convention.
  • Four Roses American Whisky  By : Mario
    This bizarre lemon-coloured confection of a Mexican-style ranch seems incongruous with Kentucky's gentle rolling grasslands and tree-lined hollows. Thankfully, master distiller Jim Rutlege is more hospitable than the patriarch in Sam Peckinpah's violent film classic.
  • Jim Beam An American Whiskey  By : Mario
    Jim Beam is one of the big names of bourbon, so there's no surprise to find a big man behind it all. Booker Noe isn't just physically huge, he is one of the foundation stones of the modern industry. Booker is Jim's grandson and still lives in Jim's old house in Bardstown.
  • Italian Wine Making  By : Mario
    Every year it is very common for Italian wine to be at the top of the pile when it comes to good ranking, not the least of which ranks it as the biggest producer, exporter and consumer of wine in the world. If you consider that Italy is only a few hundred miles smaller than the state of California then this fact here is far more interesting.
  • Jack Daniels an American Whiskey  By : Mario
    The Jack Daniel's legend starts with the eponymous founder of the distillery, who allegedly owned his first distillery at the tender age of 13, having learned his skill at the knee of Dan Call
  • The Origins of Wine and Winemaking  By : Andrea Flint
    Wine and winemaking has a long and venerable history. When was the first wine made, and by whom?
  • Exceptional Loire Valley White Wine for Aging  By : Corina Clemence
    Most people are aware of the general rule that white wines should not be aged. For example most Californian wines are meant to be drunk immediately and should never ever be aged. Generally white wines should not be aged because they are low on tannis and it is the tannis present in red wine which allow it to age so comfortably.
  • Try Something a Bit Different This St Valentines Day - Vouvray  By : Corina Clemence
    Are you tired of the same old Valentine's Day dozen long-stemmed red roses and box of chocolates and dinners out that make you feel like a gold-fish in a gold-fish bowl. This year do something unique, something different that tells the person you love that you care, and that you took the time to think of something different this year.
  • Wines of the Loire Valley – 5 Wine Appellations Scattered Amongst the Historic Chateaux  By : Corina Clemence
    The Loire River in France flows through the Touraine area for almost 100 kilometres dotted with many amazing French chateau open to the public and a wonderful location for a holiday. There are 5 AOC wines (Appelations d'origine Controlees - wines of controlled origin and quality) awarded throughout this area: Touraine, Touraine Amboise, Touraine Azay-le-Rideau, Touraine Mesland and the latest being Touraine Noble-Joue awarded its AOC status in 2001. The combination of vineyards and castle make the Touraine region of the Loire Valley an incredible destination for any wine lover and his or her family.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - Amarone and Friends  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article records the results of tasting a fine Veneto red wine, both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - Reviewing The Whites  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I have done a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article talks a bit about Italian white wines and reviews some of my findings.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - Reviewing The Reds  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I have done a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article talks a bit about Italian red wines and reviews some of my findings.
  • I Love French Wine and Food - Beaujolais Nouveau  By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of France. This article explores the world famous Beaujolais Nouveau wine of southeastern France. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - Liguria Region, Tuscany Wine  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article explores the Liguria region of northern Italy. Bargains abound. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Marche Region  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article explores The Marche region of central Italy. Bargains abound. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - Tasting a Noble Sicilian Wine  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article records the results of tasting a noble Sicilian red wine, both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - Vino Novello (New Wine)  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article explores the Italian new wines of the 2006 harvest. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Veneto Region  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article explores the Veneto region of northern Italy. Bargains abound. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Sicily Region  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article explores the Sicily region of southern Italy. Bargains abound. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Fruili-Venezia Giuli Region  By : Levi Reiss
    If you are looking for fine Italian wine and food, consider the Fruili-Venezia Giuli region of northern Italy. You may find a bargain, and I hope that you’ll have fun on this fact-filled wine education tour.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Tuscany Region  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article explores the Tuscany region of central Italy. Bargains abound. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Molise Region  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article explores the Molise region of central Italy. Bargains abound. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Trentino-Alto Adige Region  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article explores the Trentino-Alto Adige region of northern Italy. Bargains abound. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Apulia Region  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article explores the Apulia region of southern Italy. Bargains abound. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Campania Region  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Italian wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. This article explores the Campania region of southern Italy. Bargains abound. I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.

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