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13/07/2016

7 Gluten-Free Cocktails

Nothing better than enjoying a delicious cocktail to relax and let your worries aside for a moment, and if you are celiac, worry not, with these recipes you won’t have to deprive yourself of this pleasure. Enjoy these gluten-free cocktails to make at home.

1. Canaletto Cup

Ingredients:

Cava or champagne 100 grams of raspberries 2 tablespoons of sugar ...

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11/07/2016

German Wine Regions (3/3)

Germany and its wines occupy various zones and areas of great beauty in the country. It deserves to know about its wine regions and learn about the different wines. We’ll stop at other areas to find these varieties, grapes, wines and extension.

Mittelrhein

Although it's small in size, it offers diverse and important wines, such as Riesling, Müller-Thurgau and...

8/07/2016

Why does beer make you urinate more?

When we drink beer, we usually notice that the restroom is visited more frequently, as we have the desire to go much more than we usually do. This is caused by various reasons.

One of the main reasons is its important diuretic effect. The beer increases the amount of urine produced in the kidneys and thereby also increases the amount of water removed. Therefore we urge...

6/07/2016

Wine and Salad: The healthy couple!

On hot days, the best choice for your meals is a salad, and there’s a thousand ways to prepare them. Also, if you pair it with a good wine, the moment will become delightful and sophisticated. So today we will show you some salads and some of the wines that would go well to accompany them. Appetizing, right?

1. Summer rice salad

Ingredients:

200 grams of basmati...

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4/07/2016

German Wine Regions (2/3)

Thanks to its many contrasts of temperatures, Germany has several wine regions that produce red and white wines. After seeing some of these areas in the first article, in this second we will reveal other areas where good wine is made.

Franken or Franconia area

This huge place it’s just next to Main River. A large part of the vineyards are in the city of Wurzburg and...

1/07/2016

9 bars to enjoy a good wine in Paris

Although Spain is emerging as one of the most gastronomic countries, Paris is still famous for its cuisine, champagne and good wines. If you go to Paris for a romantic getaway or holidays, this is where you'll get the city's best wines.

Madeleine L'Écluse. Here, you can taste delicious Bordeaux wines and other regional specialities. Don't miss out on the good...

29/06/2016

Italy's winegrowers: Leaders in organic wine production

Organic cultivation is not just a trend but a way of understanding agriculture that's increasingly gaining ground. And wine production makes no exception there. The cultivation of organic vineyards continues to grow, especially in Italy, where you find 1.300 wineries of certified organic cultivation.

In fact, Italy is at the top of organic wine production worldwide and...

28/06/2016

Which is healthier: beer or wine?

Have you ever you wondered about what's the best drink for your health? Taking into account that you enjoy both beer and wine, clear all your doubts thanks to the curiosity and persistence of researchers.

Mack Mitchell, a member of the Texas Southwestern University Medical Center has carried out a study, which ABC has released recently. For this study, Mitchell asked a...

24/06/2016

Beat the heat with 4 delicious vegan cocktails

Being vegan is not incompatible with the ability to enjoy a delicious cocktail. That's why today, we suggest some cocktails that contain no ingredients of animal origin. Refreshing and delicious at the same time - beat the heat with these recipes!

Bellini:

Ingredients:

3 White peaches 1 tbsp of lemon juice 1 bottle of Prosecco

Preparation:

Place the...

22/06/2016

Whiskey or whisky? The origin of the words

The word "whiskey" appeared in the early eighteenth century as the Gaelic translation of the Latin word aqua vitae for "water of life". In the Celtic language, it is called uisge beatha, although the use of this term finds its roots several centuries ago. Although the distillation of whisky goes back to the ancient Celts, the first written references date back to the late...