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This is the ‘World of Wine’ for April 2020 covering the following topics:-
Netflix Wine Movie
Garcon Wines unusual bottle shape
Storms in Bordeaux
Turning Wine into Hand Sanitiser
Wine worries in 2020

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Crystal Wine Goblets – Gifts of the Future

Crystal wine goblets are a fantastic way of displaying both class and elegance in your home – and without breaking the bank. A set of four crystal wine goblets can cost as little as twenty dollars a goblet, which although is expensive is also definitely worth it when you consider you’re getting the best on the market. They are clearer and smoother, and have a different feel to glass – all of which makes a big impact when you’re drinking wine.

Red Wine and White Wine Differences

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Pick the Right Wedding Wine For Your Next Wedding Toast

If you ask people which wines they think will go best at a wedding, 90% will say it’s the champagne. And probably they would be right, simply because this is the traditional choice for the wedding toasts.

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If you have plans to travel in Portugal, one of the reasons to spend your vacation there is to drink their wine. Unlike other wines in other places, what makes Portugal wine different like no other?

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7 Interesting Facts About Bar and Nightclub Jargon

A night on the town at your favourite bar or nightclub…We love it but when you think about it, some of the customs and terminology surrounding one of our favourite past times are a bit weird. So we decided to find the answers to some of the big questions as well suggest some possible alternatives.

The Changing of the Guard in the Wine Industry

It has been commonplace over the past decade or more to read news of a winery being sold, bought out, or changing ownership. While the public may get some of the details about the sale or change in ownership such as sale price, etc. they don’t get the insider details on what changes must then occur to their compliance records.

Interview With the Fred Meyer Wine Steward

For this project, I originally wanted to interview the Wine Steward at the Beaverton Fred Meyer. I also work there so I figured it would be a convenient way of completing this project. The Wine Steward’s name is Richard Katz.

What I Wouldn’t Do For a Cold One

A lot of people drink beer. These days there are literally thousands of micro-brews on the market (if you know where to look). A fun hobby and one that, if successful, will yield an enjoyable result is home brewing. There are many kits out there but it takes a lot of time and patience to master the craft (at least to the point where your friends and family will share in the taste-testing).

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