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12/08/2016

Friuli: captivating white wines

In Friuli, in the Northeastern Italy, we find some of the best known Italian white wines, although the region is relatively small compared to the rest of Italy.

In this region, vignerons grow thirty varieties of wine of different types, which often occurs in small amounts. Among the most popular areas of the region, we find the following ones:  

1. Friuli Grave

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10/08/2016

You can't miss these wines perfect for the summer and your wallet!

One of the most enigmatic and great nights of the year it’s about to start. Summer is still here and we should celebrate it with style. To offer you the best we’d like to propose some wines that you cannot miss. 

Wines for less than £8 with good quality

Cheap doesn’t always mean bad. Nowadays there are a lot of wines and champagnes that are cheap but have a very...

8/08/2016

8 Keys to understanding how Brexit might affect the wine industry from a Spanish perspective

Almost a month since the 'no' came from the UK to Europe, the most immediate response in consequences on the economy was the low level of the pound.

The time passed since the referendum has inspired one to envision various possible economic scenarios, especially in the field of food and wine, in which the UK has a primary role as a buyer.

Consequences for the export...

5/08/2016

How is the Brazilian cuisine?

Brazil is a dynamic country. Its wealth of cultures is influenced by the proximity of other Latin American countries and European countries. Today, with less than a few hours to go before the Olympics 2016 start off in Rio de Janeiro, we want to share some of the keys to the cuisine of one of the fascinating countries in the world. Discover the flavors, and get inspired to...

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1/08/2016

5 Vacation spots for foodies

 

Gastronomic tourism is a trend that grows fast. And it is thanks to the demand of people interested in the gastronomy culture of each place. Professionals coexist with new talents to offer their culinary discoveries to the people. This article will show you the best places to visit and free your inner foodie.

1. Galicia

Northern Spain is a delight to the senses...

29/07/2016

8 cocktails for pregnant women

Being pregnant does not have to (and should not) be synonymous with constant deprivation. On the contrary, with a little imagination and the right ingredients one can create cocktails with no alcohol for women who are pregnant (and also for people who prefer not to drink alcohol). Do you want to give it a try?

1. Alcohol-free Sangria

Ingredients:

4 cups white...

27/07/2016

Sweden: taking advantage of climate change for wine production

It is well known that human industrial activity, especially during the last decades, is characterized by intensive use of fossil fuels, is influencing gradually, but dramatically in the planet's climate, causing global temperatures to grow gradually and generating some changes in the weather of certain parts of the world. Changes that, if we do not start to care for, will ...

25/07/2016

Kosher food: how is it?

The kashrut is a series of laws regulating the Jewish religion preparation and consumption of food. The term kosher or casher thus defines the set of safe food, which exclude animals considered "impure" such as pork and shellfish, most of the insects, including some lobsters, mixtures of meat and milk...

Accepted animals must also be killed following a few defined...

22/07/2016

4 Vegan cocktails to enjoy this summer

Being vegan should not mean that you can’t enjoy a delicious cocktail, so today we propose some cocktails that contain no ingredients of animal origin. Delight yourself with these fresh drinks for the summer.

Bellini

Ingredients:

3 White-fleshed peaches 1 tablespoons of lemon juice 1 bottle of sparkling Prosecco

Preparation:

Place the peaches...