Wine

Tips To Buy Canadian Ice Wine Online

By: Sophia Charlie | Jul 31, 2013 The beauty of the internet is that you can buy virtually from it, including something as rare and royal as Canadian ice wine. Reputable wineries have their own online stores, from which you can buy almost any type of wine directly and with liberal doses of discounts.

How You Can Get the Most out of Your Wine Shopping Experience

By: Harry Shane | Jul 4, 2013 No other place here on earth offers more joy to a wine lover than a wine store. Whether you're buying online or shopping at your favorite local liquor store, there are a few things you should remember to get the most out of your experience.

Draft beer control for hospitality industry

By: shanayaarticle | Jun 21, 2013 Are you still in a loss? Here’s the best way to maximize your profits. Draft beer control has nowadays become a very important part of bar business.

Beer control systems are highly beneficial

By: shanayaarticle | Jun 19, 2013 Have you ever thought what it takes to start and run a brewery? It goes through lots of stages to produce high-quality commercial beer. For any beverage making process control and consistency are the keys to quality product.

Things to Do in the UK for Stag and Hen Parties

By: David J. Apsley | Jun 19, 2013 Before the big day every bride and groom deserves to get the party of their lives. Let’s face it; the days of subtle evenings together with a few friends are over. Hens and stags of today’s era like to go big and wild when it comes to their last night as single people.

Basic and Common Wine Terms

By: Stephen John | Jun 14, 2013 Learn more about wine by understanding learning new wine terms and how they relate to the characteristic and quality of wine. You can better understand wine reviews and blogs if you know common wine terminologies. Read this article for more insight.

Pop goes the cork, out pours the champagne

By: phillip anthony | Jun 8, 2013 Champagne, also known as sparkling wine is a French drink, produced from grapes which undergo secondary fermentation to create carbonation. Champagne goes along very well with every occasion.

Mindful Wine Tasting

By: lrendezvous | May 21, 2013 After you’ve swallowed notice what is left from your wine. What’s the finish or aftertaste like? Does it stick around and slowly go away or does it just disappear? Generally, the better the wine the longer the finish or that the finish has longevity.

Drinking Moderate Beer Can Release the Happy Dopamine

By: Code Blue | May 6, 2013 The beer is rich in carbohydrates, vitamins, amino acids, inorganic salts, and a variety of trace elements and other nutrients, which was known as "liquid bread". If people drink it moderately, it has the effect to increase appetite, promote digestion and. But in recent years, the medical studies found that if people drink the beer for a long time, the body will be damaged. The experts call it "be

Factors to Look for in Quality Wines

By: Stephen John | Apr 12, 2013 How do you differentiate quality wines from substandard bottles? Here are tips for new wine drinkers. Know how to spot the good quality wines and take pleasure in good value for money.
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