The Sizzling Love Affair between Baking and Wine
On: 20th August, 2013
To all the wine lovers out there who have an extra sweet tooth, the thought of having a slice of a wine soaked cake always brings a huge smile. The relationship between wine and baking has long been present but hasn’t always been the most sought after one.
Mother’s Day Wishes and Greeting Cards
On: 20th April, 2017
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On: 15th April, 2017
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Packers And Movers In Gurgaon – Safety Measures While Moving Your Stuffs
On: 24th January, 2017
When is the first day of spring
On: 29th October, 2015
Meteorological seasons will be in three-month blocks, much like astronomical seasons, but they also start on the 1st from the month. Meteorological Spring begins on March 1, Summer on June 1, Autumn on September 1 and Winter on December 1.
What Makes French Wines So Popular?
On: 28th June, 2014
By: Elixir Coterie
France produces over 7 billion bottles of wine per year and after Italy,it is the world’s largest producer of wine.The top 5 grape varieties in France are Merlot(13.6%) ,Grenache(11.3%) , Ugni Blanc(9.7%) , Syrah(8.1%) , Carignan(6.9%).Majorly,France produces Red wine (76%) followed by White wine ( 24%). The diversity of French wine is due, in part, to the country’s wide range of climates. Wines in France are named for the region and/or sub region from which they come, rather than the varietal of grape used.
Once Fridge, Cellar Now!
On: 27th November, 2012
Having a glorious wine cellar is every wine lover’s dream. After all who would not like to show off one’s precious collection so painstakingly gathered together? But most of the times, for us lesser mortals, creating a wine cellar may not always be possible. Making a full-fledged wine cellar not only involves spending quite a hefty fortune but also requires a bigger space.
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Great Chefs' Secrets in a bottle?
On: 3rd May, 2013
Last week, as the 2012 primeurs campaign got underway with rather more speed and sensible pricing than the previous year, I was given a demonstration of a scheme designed to kick the whole Bordeaux system where it hurts most.
That Poopy Smell In Your Wine…It’s All Good
On: 8th April, 2013
Leave it to the University of California at Davis and to the school’s Dr. Linda Bisson and Dr. Lucy Joseph to give the dreaded Brettanomyces yeast a new lease on life in an era where clean and wholesome winemaking seems to be the desired norm.
The Top 10 Winery Promotional Tools
On: 26th February, 2013
The winery/brand owner has a variety of tools at their disposal for promoting their product and sales. But some are more important than others. Some are critical to the success of the brand.These are your Top Ten Most Important Winery Promotional Tools.
Wine Quality vs. ABV
On: 28th January, 2013
“Experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted. Don’t you hate that?”…the quote is by Carnegie Mellon Computer Science Professor Randy Pausch, What do you look for in a Wine? Just a course of observations in wine of late. In the interest of brevity, this retrospective is purely anecdotal and has heavy use of wine collectors’ jargon.
Bordeaux Wine Investments and Other Collectible Wines Today
On: 13th December, 2012
The Bordeaux wine investments marketplace is on a roller coaster ride today. “Roller coaster”, an adjective, “marked by numerous ups and downs, ” is the perfect term for the collectible Bordeaux wine today.