RED WINE
“Dry” terminology says that red wine is a drink made from dark grape varieties using a special technology that promotes the transfer of anthocyanins from the skin to the wort.…

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GEORGIAN WINE. How to choose?
Georgia is a delightful and beautiful country! The combination of soft subtropics, the Black Sea, the flowering valleys of the foothills, the rocky mountains, and the deep gorges that pass…

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WINE CARLO ROSSI
The success story began in 1953, when the family winery Gallo Family Vineyards crossed the Carlo Rossi as an ordinary seller. Enthusiasm, energy and knowledge could not keep Rossi only…

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HOW TO DISTINE A GOOD WINE?

Nothing but types of wine (red, white, pink), degrees and prices are not clear. After several minutes of “viewing” the labels, we choose either the most beautiful or, being guided, by price. Of course, there are not cases of “hit”, and the selected wine will please excellent taste. But, unfortunately, this is not always the case. The most annoying situations are when the wine is selected for a responsible event, and instead of “the drink of the gods” you get an acidic fake powder. Reading this article will not make you a qualified sommelier, but will tell you how to distinguish good wine from bad wine, and high-quality from cheap fake. Continue reading

WINE IN COOKING
If you choose wine for culinary purposes, then there is no need to buy only expensive and eminent wines, it is more expedient to turn your attention to cheap brands.…

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WINE CRITICISM
The emergence of wine critics and an estimated jury in the world of winemaking has greatly simplified the lives of ordinary consumers (you can safely rely on the assessment of…

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HISTORY OF THE ORIGIN OF WINE BANFI
"The embodiment of the American dream on Italian soil" can be described as the story of a successful company Castello Banfi in one sentence. In the early 1970s, two brothers,…

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WINE TESTING
If almost anyone who wants can become a sommelier or cavist, because these professions are dominated by a bag of knowledge about wine and the ability to communicate with customers…

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