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25/01/2017

Rarest and most bizarre prohibitions against alcohol around the world

American movie industry has been usually inspired by the well-known US Prohibition of the early 20th century. The black market controlled by mobsters like Al Capone has been referred as the starting point of many Hollywood movies. Stories of organised crime, smuggling and underground businesses have generated ideas about this time in history and some of the negative...

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23/01/2017

Healthy restaurants in Spain that will dazzle you

There is no doubt that the concern for maintaining a healthy lifestyle grows daily in our society. Thus awareness have emerged on the need to reduce the bad habits of our routine, and to replace them with healthier options; among which are included from the typical weekly visits to the gym, to a healthy and balanced diet. That is why in Uvinum we present a selection of...

20/01/2017

Excess of alcohol could cause infertility; moderate consumption, not

Infertility is one of the problems that can tear couples apart, especially when the data tell us that this disorder affects almost 25% of people who want to have children in the Western world.

A study by the University Hospital of Aarhus (Denmark), which was echoed by the Spanish the newspaper ABC, has now revealed that one of the factors that could be the main...

18/01/2017

Vermouth, much more than a drink

Vermouth is a drink with a long tradition and has for a long time been widely know around the world. And now, besides the traditional way of serving vermouth, it also it contributes to give the extra touch in local bars with a modern twist.

A social drink

Vermouth is much more than a drink because it is a whole culture. A custom, a know-how, a sharing tapas with...

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16/01/2017

7 Michelin restaurants in the UK not to be missed

 

If you are travelling to the UK, you should know which of them are been worthy of these awards and to try them out. The new 2017 guide of Great Britain and Ireland was made public this October with new stars.

1. The Fat Duck

This restaurant has regained its third star and offers a great gastronomic experience. It is located in Bray, next to London. With this,...

13/01/2017

Protocol at the table, a matter of good education

In life, there are many sciences and arts that are complicated but necessary to live the good life. The table manners are certainly one of them. Perhaps for some, it sounds a little overwhelming with all those rules that must be followed or the amount to be memorised, but in reality, is only a matter of education, good manners and a little common sense. Below you will find...

11/01/2017

Will synthetic alcohol replace natural alcohol?

It is more than likely that you all have repented of a night because of the unpleasant consequence we suffer the next day. The hangover, headaches, nausea and dizziness make us detest those too many drinks we have while enjoying a good time with our friends. A scene that most likely will be repeated after a week or a month, even after the promise never to drink like that ...

9/01/2017

4 keys that indicate which wines young people want to drink

Movement Wine DO, an initiative promoted by the Spanish Conference of Regulatory Councils Vitivinícolas (CECRV), it aims to bring the values of wine with Appellation to young people. A survey conducted through social networks, with a participation of 1000 people, show us which are the preferences as well as the trends concerning wine culture among young people. The main ...

6/01/2017

New and better breeds to preserve Champagne

It is well known that climate change is a global phenomenon that affects every one of us, including our agricultural processes and therefore our precious wine. The industry has already suffered many consequences because of this environmental problem and will continue to do in the future. However, for our luck, many people, including scientists and farmers, are thinking in new...

4/01/2017

5 Tips to lose weight eating well

Holiday season has come to end and perhaps we still have tiny reminiscences of the great feasts we had. And let’s not lie to ourselves: it is completely normal that during Christmas we probably ate a little too much or more than the usual, but it’s fine and understandable; we don’t have a fixed schedule and have many events and commitments. But now, if you want, you can...