MALBEC DAY
On April 17, Malbec is honored in the entire "wine" world. This is an early grape variety that has an amazing fruit aroma, as well as a high tannin content.…

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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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Useful tips on how to remove stains on clothes from wine, chocolate and greasy food with improvised means
How to deal with stains? Every person asks himself this question with unenviable regularity; after all, putting a stain on clothes is just a matter of seconds, and correcting the…

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WINE IN KEGA

In several bars and restaurants in Auckland, New Zealand, began to offer wines supplied in kegs.

A keg is a metal vessel, usually made of steel or aluminum, often used for storing and transporting beer, as well as any other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages under pressure. Wine in kegs has already conquered markets in Australia, Canada and the USA, and all this is due to the fact that this container helps to significantly reduce the price of a glass for a visitor. However, this is not the only plus. Continue reading

DECANATION

If you have ever watched as a specially trained person slowly pours wine from a bottle into a decanter, and then pours it into guests’ glasses, then you are already familiar with the procedure called “decant”. But the question is: is decantation really necessary or is it just a beautiful wine custom?

Wine experts still can not agree in opinion – why do decantation is needed. Why it is impossible to pour wine directly from the bottle, and why add a decanter to the process? Continue reading

HISTORY OF FRENCH WINE

What first comes to mind at the mention of France? Eiffel Tower, wine and Champs Elysees. Variations are possible, but “wine” is always present. For the French themselves, wine has long become an integral part of lunch and dinner, not to mention the festive feasts. But was it always? Let’s see.

The Romans, who conquered the territory of Gaul in the 1st century BC, played a fundamental role in the development of winemaking in France. Although the Gauls initially favored Brahe, they were subsequently able to appreciate the taste of the wine. Continue reading

The main summer secret: How to completely cool a bottle of beer in 5 minutes
For most honest citizens, summer is a truly carefree time. Of the “serious problems”, the brain only takes the search for answers, how to stuff all things for the holidays…

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ELITE ALCOHOL IN KAZAKHSTAN
Over the past few years, the alcohol market in Kazakhstan has undergone dramatic changes: our compatriots increasingly prefer elite alcohol with a rich history and unique traditions. The process of…

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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 TOMMASI
One of the most prominent representatives of Italian winemaking is the Tommasi company. The Tommasi Viticoltori family business for many decades successfully combines the traditions of wine production and modern…

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