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  • What Wine Types Are Hot For 2010?  By : Saad Hafez
    Before we consider the question of what wine types are hot for 2010, we must first understand the various types of wines and the reasons for their specific classifications. The first category of wines is by color, as red wine and white wine. The second classification is by the type of grape fruits used for preparation of the wines. The third grouping is based on the country or region of origin of the wine and the grapes. The fourth categorization is done on specific qualities or features, such a
  • Best Regions for Cigars from Around the World  By : Cigar1
    The flavor and aroma of a cigar is directly impacted by its country of origin. Variations in soil conditions, temperature, humidity, sunlight and a myriad of other unique factors all come into play to create distinct characteristics in tobacco leaves.
  • Collect and Display High Ranking Wines with Vintage Labels  By : Jen Temcio
    Collecting wine is a fun and rewarding experience. There are many factors to consider when buying bottles for your collection such as wine that you personally love to drink, labels that you find interesting, and of course highly rated wines that will increase in value and popularity. Acquiring a cool collection of wine for display with vintage labels is easy to do if you take the time to do your research. Australian wines have fantastic selections of recreated vintage art work on their labels. M
  • Six Great Flavors Of Midi Wine To Keep Your Taste Buds Soaring  By : Gen Wright
    France is known for its eclectic selections of French wine. From the crispness of a light white to the rich boldness of ruby red, there is a French wine to suit every taste and every occasion. Within this exclusive club, the Midi offers many great flavors that stand out. Midi wine falls under six regions and carries with it a vast array of experiences for both the seasoned and beginning wine taster. If you're looking to get started, follow this guide to Midi wine, and you won't miss a thing!
  • How Is Spanish Wine Classified?  By : Gen Wright
    After Italy and France, Spain is the largest producer of wine in the world. 1.17 million hectares of Spanish land is devoted to viticulture. While both reds and whites are produced in Spain, usually one dominates the other in a specific region.
  • Four Benefits Of Using Specialist French Wine Merchants For Your Food And Beverage Needs  By : Gen Wright
    Are you a wine snob? Perhaps you've always wanted to be but never really had the time or the knowledge to know where to begin?
  • Spanish Rioja Wine Makes A Perfect Complement To Your Meal  By : Gen Wright
    For the average wine drinker many choices are made when making a purchase. What is the price range? What is the age of the wine? What food types can it be paired with?
  • The Features and Benefits of Wine Social Networks  By : BoozeMonkey
    If you are a wine enthusiast or interested in learning more about the wine in your glass, then you should take a look at what the internet has to offer wine fans: wine social networks create communities for wine enthusiasts to follow their passion and learn more about the wine in their glass.
  • 17 Things You Probably Didnít Know About Wine  By : Jenny Sinclair
    Wine is probably the favourite drink for any event, and most of us occasionally take a weighty sip of this tasty tipple. Surprisingly, even though it sits in the preferred list of all we hardly know much about its history. Here are a few enlightening points.
  • Tour the Cape Wine Route or You Never Toured Cape Town at All  By : Gen Wright
    A tour of the city of Cape Town in South Africa will never be really complete if you fail to have a winelands tour the city is quite famous for. Traveling in Africa will truly be an unforgettable experience, particularly its city that has become the most popular spot for tourists, the Cape Town.
  • 10 Great Wines Under $12  By : Kevin Cohen
    In todayís economic climate, finding a great tasting wine at a good value makes a lot of sense.
  • Sauvignon Blanc Ė Getting To Know This Zingy Little Grape  By : Louise Truswell
    The spiritual home of Sauvignon Blanc is The Loire in France, however since the 1980ís New Zealand has been doing big things with this grape. If you like your white wines refreshing, fruity and a little zingy, then Sauvignon Blanc is for you. It also makes a great food wine.
  • Malbec Ė All You Need To Know  By : Louise Truswell
    Malbec makes big, meaty red wines, which are full of lots of dark, spicy damson and bramble fruits. Perhaps slightly less well known than its Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon cousins, but by no means lacking in taste, Malbec displays clear characteristics of each. Here we get to know it a little more.
  • Getting To Know Pinot Noir  By : Louise Truswell
    Pinot Noir is a fiddly little grape to grow but when itís at it best it produces some of the most esteemed and expensive wines in the world. Read on learn more about this exciting little grape.
  • Everything You Need To Know About Riesling  By : Louise Truswell
    Riesling is an aromatic little white grape, which is full of flavour, sugar and acid. It really takes on the conditions of its surroundings meaning that the wines reflect the environment in which they are grown, be it the soil type, the climate or how the grapes are treated. Riesling wines come in a variety of styles from very dry through to lusciously sweet.
  • Wine Cocktails  By : Fiona Muller
    Wine is a fantastic drink to enjoy on a summers day but sometimes you can get a bit bored of the same thing. This article gives you some ideas for wine cocktails.
  • Red Wines For Summer  By : Fiona Muller
    Red wine is traditionally associated with winter. There are many red wines that taste great in summer and the lighter ones are fantastic when chilled.
  • Low Alcohol Wines  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses low alcohol wines. Are they as good as the wines with higher alcohol content?
  • How To Avoid A Hangover  By : Fiona Muller
    Wine is a fantastic drink but every so often you find you have imbibed a little too much and end up feeling a little worse for wear. This article give you a few tips on how to avoid that morning after feeling.
  • Great Wines For Everyone  By : Fiona Muller
    Wine is a fantastic drink whatever time o the year it is. It is also something that suits the majority of people as there are so many varieties to choose from.
  • Wine Storage Tips: The Right Temperature For it  By : karl donald
    The temperature for storing wine should always be between 50 and 65 degrees F. When stored in this range, the wine will develop quite nicely. In the days before refrigeration, wine was stored in underground cellars and caves. When refrigeration came along, it quickly became the easiest and most preferred way to store wine, as it allowed you to maintain the same desired temperature.
  • Wine Storage Techniques To Preserve Your Wine Collection Investment  By : Rebecca Lottridge
    Information for wine lovers regarding wine storage for long term and short term storage.
  • Distinguishing Crystal Red and White Wine Glasses  By : Gen Wright
    Crystal Red and White Wine Glasses Ė Is There Really a Difference? You bet there is a difference, and that difference is about function. The deeper you delve into wine tasting, the easier you will be able to tell how crystal red and white wine glasses can influence the flavor and aroma of the wine.
  • Resveratrol- Red Wine Substance Key to Anti-Aging Supplements You Can Trust  By : Gen Wright
    The years go by too quickly. You can remember, and sometimes you still see yourself, being a 16-year old in the prime of youth, yet now you know 16-year old kids in your family or otherwise, whom you can envision as babies. It is not easy growing older.
  • Exploring the Wine Regions of Franschhoek and Paarl  By : Kadence Buchanan
    While there are numerous wine regions in and around Cape Town, two of the best are definitely Paarl and Franschhoek. If you are a fan of French wine regions, you will definitely want to take a tour of Franschhoek. In fact, the area has been aptly nicknamed the French Corner due to the fact that it is just a bit like visiting Provence, with the exception that you are in South Africa. Even the names of the farms and the streets have a bit of a French twist to them...
  • Understanding French Wine Regions  By : Louise Truswell
    Understanding French wine can be daunting, especially when you start to delve deeper into the mix of regions, grape varieties, complex laws and labels that make up the countryís wine industry. To help you on your way, weíve put together a short guide to French wine so you can get an idea for the types of wine that you can expect from each region.
  • 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.
  • New Zealand Wine Ė Getting To Know The Regions From Where It Is Made  By : Louise Truswell
    New Zealand is somewhat of a newcomer to the world of wine, especially when you compare it to the likes of France and Spain. But thatís not to say that New Zealand wine canít stand up to its old world rivals. The country exports a vast amount of its wine production, makes arguably the best Sauvignon Blanc on the planet and its Pinot Noir is beginning to create a stir. But with over 10 New Zealand wine making regions to choose from and each producing some very diverse styles of wine.
  • Is There More To Spanish Wines Than Just Rioja?  By : Louise Truswell
    Any Spanish wine tour wouldnít 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.
  • Why you Need to be Pruning Grape Vines  By : Harry Rouster
    Pruning is simply getting the plant or in this case grape vine growth, to encourage more growth.

    It will take a few years for grapes to appear on your vines after you plant them, while you are waiting you will need to care for and maintain your vines and you can do this with pruning. The sort of yie
  • A Mediterranean Diet and Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    This article extols the virtues of a Mediterranean diet. Eaten regularly and with moderation it can be something that makes you healthier and is really great to eat over summer with a good bottle of wine.
  • Barbecue Wines  By : Fiona Muller
    Summer is upon us and barbecue is starting to fill the air. This article talks about some of the wines that work well with barbecued food
  • Italian Food And Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses Italian food and wine and gives an overview of Italy and its specialties.
  • The Health Benefits Of Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    This article talks about the health benefits of drinking wine. It discusses why wine can be seen as healthy and what it is in wine that makes it healthy.
  • Buying French Wines: Easy Tips To Make You A Pro  By : James Landry
    Select French Wines With Confidence. Research Good Vintages. A Guide To Basic Terms And The Best Tips On Becoming An Informed Wine Drinker.
  • Cabernet Sauvignon - Getting The Most From It  By : Louise Truswell
    Louise Truswell works in the wine industry. She has been writing about wine for couple of years and is particularly interesting in helping enthusiasts enjoy wine, including grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon.
  • Chardonnay Ė A Versatile Little Grape  By : Louise Truswell
    Chardonnay is an extremely versatile grape, taking on the characteristics of the soil and climate from where it is grown. But this often causes confusion amongst wine drinkers who think that there is only one style of Chardonnay and therefore that every bottle will taste the similar, if not the same. In this article, we look to clear up any misunderstandings surrounding the grape and describe the full variety of styles of Chardonnay available.
  • Shiraz - Is It Worth Looking Outside Of Australia?  By : Louise Truswell
    Shiraz is a well-liked little grape, often said to be one of the most popular in the wine world. It really started to make a name for itself when Australia started producing affordable versions a couple of decades ago. And with Shiraz production there going through the roof, many people consider the Aussies be masters of this grape. However, thatís not to say that any search for Shiraz should be focused just on Australia. This article will demonstrate that other winemaking countries have followe
  • Merlot Ė More Than A Just A Good Blending Partner?  By : Louise Truswell
    Merlot is a very well known grape in the wine world and this is largely due to its role as a key blending buddy in wines from Bordeaux in France. However, the reputation that it has gained for producing some of the most prestigious and expensive wines on the planet (such as Margaux and Paulliac), arguably has overshadowed its use elsewhere. In this article, we demonstrate that Merlot is more than just a great blending partner and that it also has a really important role in its own right.
  • The Wineries of the Napa Valley Are World Famous  By : Kadence Buchanan
    Napa Valley is probably one of the most well-known American Viticultural Areas in the world, and receives over five million visitors each year. Many of the wineries in Napa County have long rivaled those in Italy and France and have won prestigious acclaim, awards, and competitions including the "Judgment of Paris" and the "Grand European Jury Wine Tasting."
  • Wines For Dining  By : Fiona Muller
    This article gives you some tips on wine and what to drink with certain types of food. It stresses the importance of wine being a social drink and therefore ideal to have at a dinner party.
  • Wine Culture is a Unique Branson Attraction  By : Rodger Ewing
    If you are a wine lover, then the unique experiences that can be had at the various Branson wineries will be sure to interest you. With several local wineries and activities such as tours and wine tasting available
  • Why Wine Makes A Great Gift  By : Fiona Muller
    Wine makes a great gift. This article explains why wine is a fantastic gift for friends and loved ones alike
  • Wine For Spring Days  By : Fiona Muller
    This article talks about spring and how the wine that you have been drinking over winter may not fit the season. Now is the time to change your tipple of choice and break into a new range of flavours
  • How To Select A Case Of Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses cases of wine and their availability both in the supermarkets and online.
  • Great Red Wines  By : Fiona Muller
    This article gives an overview of red wine and talks about the imagery and emotions that are associated with this drink.
  • What to look for when buying wine  By : Fiona Muller
    Buying wine can often be a bit of a challenge. A great way to buy wine is to go through an independent online retailer where there is immense choice and great deals available.
  • Buying Wine Online Ė Is It Easier Than Buying In The Supermarket  By : Fiona Muller
    This article compares buying wine at a supermarket to buying wine online. It gives the advantages and disadvantages of both and compares and contrasts them
  • Why Should You Consider New Zealand Wine?  By : Louise Truswell
    New Zealand has got an enormous amount to offer on the wine front. It is most well known for its Sauvignon Blanc coming out of the Marlborough region, but other regions and grapes are now becoming increasingly popular and important for New Zealandís wine industry.
  • What To Look For When Buying German Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    Over the last few decades, German wine has acquired a somewhat negative reputation of being cheap and sweet. However, German wine is much more than just Blue Nun, Liebfraumilch and Hock. The country boasts a range of good quality and great tasting wines - you just need to know what to look for and how to get the most from them.
  • Getting The Most From Italian Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    When it comes to wine, Italy is well known for its Chianti and Pinot Grigio. However Italian wine isnít just about these two famous gems. The country offers a huge variety of diverse and unusual wines, while boasting some of the oldest wine growing regions in the world.
  • All You Need To Know About Spanish Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    If you think of Spain, bullfights, paella and flamenco probably spring to mind. Rioja may also feature well up your list and rightly so, as it contributes to a vast proportion of Spainís wine exports and is almost certainly one of, if not, the most well known wine to come out of the country.
  • Napa Valley And Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    The Napa Valley is an area in California which is well known for its wine production. This article gives an overview of the area and what you will find here.
  • How To Remove Red Wine Stains  By : Matt Chang
    A red wine stain on the brand new carpet? What can be done about this? When this happens, every thought will be running through your head. You see your friends coming in and seeing the big red stain on your carpet. Perhaps a repairer comes in and he can't help but notice it. You don't want people to walk into your house and think that you are clumsy, when it is a known fact that sometimes acciden
  • Your Guide To Pinot Grigio  By : Fiona Muller
    This article talks about Pinot Grigio and the range of wines that are found containing this particular grape.
  • Your Guide To Champagne And Cocktails  By : Fiona Muller
    This article looks at the various ways of using champagne in particular in classic cocktails. It makes a versatile base for a range of different cocktails.
  • 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.
  • A Guide To South African Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses South African wines. These New World wines are really starting to make an impression on the wine drinking public and are ones to look out for.
  • A Guide To Portuguese Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses Portuguese wines. Traditionally known for its fortified wines Portugal also has a lot to offer in table wines. This article gives you an overview of them.
  • Half And Quarter Bottles Of Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    Quarter and half bottles of wine are a great way to watch what you are drinking or are ideal when you want just a glass of wine and donít want to open a new bottle.
  • A Guide To Australian Red Wine  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses Australian wines. These New World wines are some of the most popular in the UK. The wine producing regions are discussed.
  • Argentinian Wines Ė All You Need To Know  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses Argentinian wines. These wines have been developed over hundreds of years and have seen many changes over that time.
  • A Guide To Australian Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    In the last 20 years, Australia has really made its mark in the wine world. The country produces a variety of wines from a number of wine growing regions and has revolutionised winemaking processes, making it a real force to be reckoned with in the wine-growing world.
  • Understanding The World Of Shiraz  By : Louise Truswell
    If you like your wines big, bold and fruity then Shiraz is definitely for you. The most widely planted grape in Australia, Shiraz is a favourite of many a wine drinker and is a great match for a variety of foods.
  • All You Need To Know About South African Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    Despite the fact that South African wine is generally thought of as New World, the country has actually been producing wine for more than 350 years. However, it is only since the end of Apartheid in the 1990ís that the South African wine industry has really come into its own.
  • Using The Internet To Find All The Best Wine Offers  By : Malcolm smith
    As the economic crisis puts us all under pressure to save more and spend less, retailers across all sectors are pulling out the stops to entice us through their doors. But being so scrupulous about saving our cash is a time consuming business. Just like the travel and financial industry comparison site counterparts, there are now a number of web sites out there who can keep you divinely informed o
  • Take A Shortcut To Find Unbeatable Online Wine Offers  By : Kris Smith
    Research suggests that more and more people than ever before are recognising the benefits of online wine buying. Like their financial and travel counterparts, wine orientated price comparison web sites scour all the wine retailers on the web and search out the most appealing online wine offers around.
  • Information About Wine Cellar Racks And Attachments  By : james dickisonn
    A wine cellar rack allows any wine enthusiast to achieve a professional wine cellar in the comfort of their own home. Normally, wine cellar racks are wall mounted, although they can be stacked as well. They range in size, and can hold anywhere from 10 - 300 bottles of wine.
  • How To Get Great Wine Offers Online  By : Fiona Muller
    When looking for the best wine offers available it is often difficult to find the things you like. This article gives an overview of how to find the best wine offers around.
  • Getting A Great Online Wine Deal  By : Fiona Muller
    Winescout is a great way to compare the wine market and to find out where the best online wine deals are to be had.
  • How To Get The Most From Your Chardonnay  By : Louise Truswell
    Chardonnay is one of, if not THE, most famous white grape. It has become so well known that even couples are naming their babies after it. But why has it become so popular over the last decade and how can you get the most from it? Read on to find out more.
  • Getting The Most From Your Pinot Grigio  By : Louise Truswell
    Pinot Grigio has become massively popular in recent years and is rivalling Chardonnay to the role of number one white grape. But what makes it special and when should you drink it? Read on to find out more.
  • A Guide To Rioja  By : Fiona Muller
    Spain has been producing wine since Roman times. Rioja is probably the most well known type of wine from Spain.
  • Buying Chilean Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    If up and coming winemakers, a fantastic range of wines and great value are your thing, look no further - Chilean wine is for you.
  • Buying Argentinean Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    Argentinean wines offer fantastic value, with some great tasting wines at the £5-£10 mark. Combine that with some unusual grapes and youíll soon see why Argentina is becoming a very interesting and key player in the wine world.
  • Sauvignon Blanc  By : Fiona Muller
    Sauvignon Blanc is a white wine that is great for a variety of occasions. Grown all over the world it is perfect with or without food.
  • A Gude to Merlot  By : Fiona Muller
    The Merlot grape makes a fabulous red wine and it is grown in many countries across the world. This makes it one of the most versatile red wines available.
  • A Guide To Chablis  By : Fiona Muller
    Chablis is a magnificent dry white wine which evokes sophistication and style. Great with chicken and fish it is well worth a try
  • Wine Vouchers Ė 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?
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Know About How To Make Homemade Wine  By : Gurcharan Singh
    In todayís world each region is influenced with vast multi-ethnic diversity. The food that we consume is just as complex producing a definite acquired taste.

    Wine is no exception.
  • Christmas Wine Gifts  By : Fiona Muller
    Are you looking for a great Christmas present for someone? There are some great wine gifts on the market with something to suit everyoneís taste. this article gives you an overview of what is available.
  • 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.
  • Rosť - Not Just A Drink For Summer  By : Louise Truswell
    Rosť wine may be the perfect drink for summer but itís also pretty good throughout the rest of the year. With Christmas around the corner, hereís why you should start stocking up!
  • Champagne Cocktails  By : Louise Truswell
    If you are looking for a special treat, why not spoil yourself with a Champagne cocktail? Perfect for any party or celebration, youíll get a truly spectacular cocktail, along with all the taste of your favourite Champagne. To help you get started, give these ideas a try.
  • Buying Champagne From Virgin Wines  By : Louise Truswell
    When it comes to the best all-round tipple, Champagne surely comes top of the list. Itís got all the glitz and glamour for celebrations, yet itís great for sipping amongst a small group of friends. It makes a smashing cocktail, yet is an ideal match for many foods. Champagne really canít be beaten and with Christmas fast approaching, thereís no time like the present to start stocking up.
    For all
  • Wines To Impress  By : Fiona Muller
    This article discusses the best wines to drink with friends and how to buy the best quality wine. It also gives some tips on serving wine and wine tasting.
  • 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.
  • Shiraz Ė 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.
  • New Zealand Ė 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.
  • 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.
  • The Rising Times Of Rosť Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    Itís not long since rose wine was regarded as unfashionable and unsophisticated, with the ultimate social no-no being taking a bottle of rosť to a party or celebration. Today, things are altogether different.
    According to the trade journal Off Licence News, sales in the year to February 2008 have increased by 29% and rosť wine now accounts for 8% of all wine sales compared to 1% ten years ago. And
  • 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.
  • How To Buy A Bottle Of Wine. Made Easy  By : Louise Truswell
    If you are new to wine, youíll soon find that the choice is endless when it comes to buying a bottle of wine Ė youíll 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.
  • The Italians taught the English how to make wine  By : David C Skul
    You canít eat them but you can make a lovely wine out of elderberries though, if you know how. You certainly would not fancy eating a raw English elderberry, sloe, quintz or indeed many of the other multifarious ingredients English wine makers transform into their ďwineĒ. To be quite honest nor would I, but many people do drink the wine.
  • The Art of Collecting Wine Labels  By : Petula Munson
    Most vineyards use their own personalized wine bottle labels, but they have been updating their labels and making them easier to read for the consumer. All vineyards and sometimes all vintages have a unique label. As these labels are updated, the old labels become valued by collectors for their age and the quality of the vintage.
  • Understanding The World Of Champagne  By : Louise Truswell
    With almost 300 Champagne houses producing Champagne in the Champagne region, thereís potential for a lot of bottles to be produced each year. Around 320 million to be precise!
  • 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 donít know much about white wine, itís really easy to get the best from it. Follow these simple tips and you canít go wrong.
  • How To Get The Most From Your Red Wine  By : Louise Truswell
    If you like red wine but donít know much about it, youíve come to the right place. In this article we look at some handy tips for buying and serving red wine.

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