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  • 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 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 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 - 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.
  • Important Facts About the Mediterranean Diet  By : jeet35
    A diet regimen that is gaining in popularity in many parts of the world is based upon the dining practices of the people that populate the Mediterranean region. Many people have heard of the Mediterranean diet but are not particularly familiar with some of the specifics of the eating routine.
  • In The Heart Of Tuscany  By : virenderHooda
    When an American conjures up an idea of Italian cuisine,often what comes to mind is pasta, red sauce, and garlic bread. Pasta, no doubt, plays a large part in most traditional Italian regional cuisine, and few cultures know how to employ a tomato the way that Italians can. However, there are so many distinct styles and trademarks within the different regions of Italy that it is hard to lump together all Italian regional cuisine into one general type of cooking. In reality each region has a very
  • Incredible Wines for a Tight Budget  By : Etty Lewensztain
    Times are tough, which means people are spending less and less on luxury items, but as one well known Master Sommelier recently said, wine is a grocery, not a luxury! Let's be honest, no one is actually drinking less, we're just spending less money on our libations of choice.
  • 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.
  • Interesting Things to Know About Ciders  By : josephine
    Those who want to hold dear wines and vinegars, here are a few things very fascinating for alcohol lovers. Cidre, Known to be the best traditional refreshing wines until currently.
  • 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.
  • Is There More To Spanish Wines Than Just Rioja?  By : Louise Truswell
    Any Spanish wine tour wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Rioja. It has been the epitome of Spanish wine for generations after all. However, Rioja is not the only wine coming out of this country. Here we take a look at how other Spanish wine regions stand up to their famous rival.
  • Italian Food And Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses Italian food and wine and gives an overview of Italy and its specialties.
  • Italian Wine  By : Sarah Carlye
    Italy is the worldÂ’s largest wine producer today. They have more than one million vineyards. In 2008 they made six billion liters of wine. The average Italian drinks 59 liters of wine per year (just under two bottles of wine per week) while the average American only drinks 7.7 liters of wine per year. Italy has the perfect environment to grow wine and it is combined with experienced winemakers who often come from generations of winemakers.
  • 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.
  • Italian Wine Regions  By : Louise Truswell
    Italy is said to be the second largest wine producer in the world and boasts a myriad of winemaking regions, each producing a diverse array of wines. With reports of 900,000 registered vineyards (enough for one vineyard for every seven people) and more native grapes than any other wine country.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Keeping Warm with Cool Uniforms  By : Sarah Carlye
    Though some parts of the country the high temperatures are replaced with mild temperatures and sunshine, in other parts of the country, fall is setting and cool winter weather is creeping in. For those parts of the country, students need warmer school uniforms. Parent want affordable school uniforms and students want cool school uniforms. Both want durability.
  • Keg Hire is Perfect  By : Peter James..
    Have you found the need to have a party or celebration to get your friends together? Are you looking to hire a keg service to provide your party with drinks? There is a company called Rent A Bar that will be the best choice for you. They have been used for keg hire services for many different types of functions or events. There is no gathering that cannot be made better using Rent A Bar.
  • Kitchen Pantry - A Cook's Secret Weapon  By : jsolutions009123
    Doing any job is easier when you have the right tools on hand. One of a cook's best tools -- and secret weapons -- is having a well-stocked kitchen pantry.

    Cooking is much simpler if you know that you've already got what you need on hand, and aren't going to have to run to the corner market every time you want to fix a meal.
  • Know More About Cognac & Brandy  By : Albertorudes
    If you want to know the difference between cognac and brandy, this article can be of great help to you.
  • Learn About Buying Wine from an Online Liquor Store  By : Meenka Pandita
    If you are a genuine wine lover or are simply interested in knowing about wine, you can find a lot of information about wine from the online sources.
  • Learn About the Different Wine Racks Uses and Designs  By : Julien Raynal
    Wine has become a common part of celebrations and parties in western countries. Be it marriage, childbirth, promotions, award ceremonies, wine has become synonymous with happiness and celebrations.
  • Learning How to Buy Wine  By : Robert Thomson
    A nice wine to accompany a meal is the perfect way to turn an ordinary night into something special. If you’re new to the world of buying wine, you may feel trepidations on how to get started. However, knowing where to go to get information and great service will set your mind at ease.
  • List of things to do while buying from an online liquor store  By : Meenka Pandita
    The internet has become a revolution in the past few years and the latest addition to this fad is an online liquor store.
  • Loire Valley And Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses the origination of some French wines. It concentrates on the regions found in the Loire Valley.
  • Look Like a Cheese and Wine Pairing Pro  By : dgcarticle
    When designing a tasty cheese and wine pairing, the thing you have to know is: If it tastes right, do it! I’m sure you’ve heard all the best known chefs sharing about what wine works with your choice of cheese; however, when it comes down to it, it’s all about personal taste. You may prefer a wine with a different cheese than your friends. My typical recommendation is for you to be in a mood experimenting. Choose several wines and several cheeses. You will find one pairing that is best for you and another for someone else. You will enjoy yourself more if you are open to all combinations. cheese and wine pairing will create conversation. It will be a great time. It will be divine. And it will be lots of fun.
  • 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.

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