7 extraordinary ways to use wine that will be useful in everyday life
Sometimes after the holiday there is an open bottle of wine. What to do with it? If you put it in the closet, the flavored drink will disappear and lose…

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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…

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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…

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KAVIDI

The workplace of a professional cavist is often wine boutiques or alcohol departments in large markets. His responsibilities include consulting clients, as well as assistance in choosing a drink. So this is a sommelier! – you say. Do not hurry. Indeed, these are “related” professions that require deep knowledge in winemaking, but not at all identical.

The word “cave” is translated from French as “basement”, and “caviste” is the caretaker of the wine cellar. Cavist does not have to be able to uncork a bottle of wine or set the table, his work is focused on the sale of alcohol and the formation of a loyal customer relationship to this store. Continue reading

SPARKLING WINE
To date, the selection of sparkling wines is quite large. In order not to "get lost" in front of a shop window in a store, consider the differences between seemingly…

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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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PLANET OF SICILY? SICILIAN WINE!
"Planet" ("Planeta") - here it is, the mafia of Sicily! Despite the very young age of the company, the results of its activities are simply amazing. In less than twenty…

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STEREOTYPES OF WINE
Far from each of us can boast the ability to choose the right wine, and the store is often guided by the “generally accepted rules”: good wine is necessarily expensive,…

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