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We look at the hardest wine words/names to pronounce in the world of wine. From French to German, some wine terms just seem impossible to say. When you’ll hear Julien pronounce them though, with the genuine accent in the language from their country of origin, you’ll find out that it is not that hard after all.
Julien also gives you here some background wine information about the wine regions, grapes and other technical wine terms mentionned in the video, including: Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauternes (Chateau d’Yquem), Gruner Veltliner, Xinomavro, Semillon, Rioja, Viognier, Mourvedre, Chateau Pichon Longueville Comtesse de lalande, Condrieu and Trockenbeerenauslese.

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The Wine Guild

These restrictions aimed at making the trade easy and profitable with a minimum of effort and competition, but in fact they had the opposite effect, and sherry shippers were unable to compete with wines grown elsewhere. Malaga, for instance, exported a rich, dessert wine not unlike sherry, and it became popular in Britain under the name of Mountain. This captured much of the available market for Spanish wines, and exports from Malaga were greater than those from either Cadiz or Sanlucar.

More Rules on Serving Wine

The seemingly excessive rule of wine ritual-correct table setting-originated with the formal banquets of an earlier century. If you have time to fuss with details, and are serving several different wines at a dinner, this provides an opportunity to put on a pretentious display of how much stemware you possess.

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Correct Stemware For Serving Wine

You will do better to serve table wine in your water goblets than in the tiny so-called wineglasses. If the water glass seems too big, pour it only half full. At a dinner in your home, four ounces of table wine is a decent serving; the average guest will have a second glass. Your old-fashioned cocktail glasses, or even your highball glasses, are equally acceptable.

Enhance Your Wine Making Hobby With Personalized Wine Bottles

Whether you want to make your own wine as a hobby or start your own wine making business, it is a good idea to do some research. You will discover after your first batch of home made wine that you will be hooked and on your way to becoming a wine making enthusiast.

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Having a bad hangover is one of the worst feeling that you can have in your life. Not only does it get you out of the party groove, it is unusually painful with the lethal cocktail of strong headaches, nausea and dehydration having the capacity to ruin your day like no other. This is definitely something that you would do better without.

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With Thanksgiving only a few weeks away the challenging task of matching a wine to the traditional feast should be well under way. Thanksgiving challenging? Yes, because the traditional meal does not lend itself easily to one particular wine.

A Wine Aficionado’s Guide to the Story of Boeger Winery

The history of many wineries are often just as flavorful as their wines. In an interview, Justin Boeger reveals some interesting tidbits about Boeger Winery.

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A Brief History of Champagne

Champagne is a form of sparkling wine and is produced in the champagne regions of France. Champagnes were heard of well before the medieval times and it is said that churches owned vineyards and the monks from each of these churches produced wine for use in the sacrament of Eucharist…

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