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Do you believe in the magic of a place? Coquerel does… A small vineyard in Northern Napa cast a spell on Sauvignon Blanc. Conjured to perfection with French winemaking savoir. The California Wine Club is proud to be able to offer wine club members an opportunity to taste handcrafted wine from Coquerel.

How to Hold a Holiday Wine Tasting

Wine needs to breathe, and you’ll want to aerate each bottle as you open it. Minerals, oils and aromatics are released as you pour the wine through these little circulating gadgets. The oxygen calms and mellows the flavors immediately. Without an aerator, some darker wines take up to 4 hours to properly breathe – you won’t want to make your guests wait hours for their wines to be ready to serve.

Why Red Wine Lovers Need a Wine Aerator

If you are concerned about tannin sediment or under-aerating your wine, you may wish to examine the color through the bottle. The very darkest of wines may benefit from both double aeration, though in most cases one use of a well-constructed aerator should be sufficient. Sediment generally collects at the bottom of the bottle, so the final glass will need to be watched as it’s poured.

Wine Aerator ‘The Single Glass Solution’

Wine Aerator Usually, the best glass from a bottle is the last, thanks to the effects of breathing- if you use an aerator, you can get that fully aired taste in seconds by maximizing your wines contact with air right out of the bottle. Many aerators are calibrated to help tame the tannins in single glasses. Simply pour and enjoy.

A Monk and Two Widows!

Being a lover of champagne a quick sojourn into the wonderful town of Reims France was a must! However, it was an eye opener in learning about the inner strength of two clever women who were instrumental in the development of champagne.

Wine: An Extremely Dignified Gift

With more and more wine companies setting up online stores and selling wine at wholesale rates, it has become easier to give wine as a gift. Wine, of any type, makes a perfect gift at marriages too especially when you have to gift something to a couple who has simply everything. It is a gift that everyone would be happy to receive especially during a holiday season like Easter or Christmas.

Beer Can Be a Medicine

For a long time it has been known the benefits of beer – consumed, of course measured, beer can be food and medicine. Since the twelfth century, the abbess of a convent in Germany recommended to drink beer. In fact, the holy abbess Hildegard dedicated to beer a whole medical document. In the eighteenth century, a scientist of Krakow – Simon Syrenski – wrote about the beer that is pleasant to taste, quenches thirst, makes good blood, makes skin becomes healthy and get a nice color. More, the author of Krakow praised beer for preserving us of kidney stones and to women breastfeeding gives milk to feed their babies. In fact, nor Hildegard nor Krakow Simon did not discover America: the benefits of beer were already known in ancient Sumer!

Why Drink Wine?

Wine is an alcoholic beverage that has a flavor and type that will go with any food or occasion. There are many flavors made out of everything from grapes to dandy-lions. There are wines that are sweet and ones that are dry, with every combination in between.

Beer – Is It Good or Is It Bad for Our Health?

Men who drink any beverage other than wine are three times more likely to develop cancers than those who drink occasionally or not at all, according to a Canadian study. The study was conducted on 3,600 Canadian men, aged between 35 and 70 years. But the study by researchers at McGill University in Montreal comes to dismantle the idea, and sustain that a limited consumption of alcohol not more than two drinks per day is absolutely healthy.

Homemade Grape Wine

Find out everything you need to about producing wonderful homemade grape wine. This article includes many of concepts you need to understand before making wine at home.

Spanish Wines (Rioja Wines)

Wine in Spain is marked third in the world for production after France and Italy. The best Spanish wine comes from the Rioja wine region in the Northeastern part of Spain. Rioja is subdivided into three subzones namely: Rioja Alta, Rioja Baja and Rioja Alavesa. Each region has its own unique flavor

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