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3/07/2017

How to prevent a headache associated with wine drinking?

Beyond the fearsome hangovers after a night of which one have a glass too many, some people suffer headaches associated with wine drinking. Normally it only takes one or two glasses for these people to suffer from migraines. This is a more common reaction than we think, so multiple scientific studies have been done with the aim of deciphering the trigger of this malaise.

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29/06/2017

Preserving and Decanting: Wine Innovations

Drinking wine has always been an art. A sort of way of living daily life in its purest and deepest flavour. It is well known that a glass of wine, or even two, per day, is healthy, but the way of drinking and enjoying has been changing during the last years. That's why we have to find new ways of taking the pleasure of tasting a good wine, in order to avoid experiencing the...

26/06/2017

Drink with your friends - It's healthy now

Drinking is a social act that has become more and more popular to do in good company. Certain studies show that social drinkers have more friends and receive more emotional support in various life situations.

The social consumption of alcohol can have a great effect on the well-being of people. It is linked to social activities, such as laughter, singing and dancing....

22/06/2017

How to drink like a rock star

During a long and crazy night in a bar in London, at the end of the '90s, Liam Gallagher, Oasis lead singer, and Huey Morgan, Fun Loving Criminals frontman, became very good friends. Who was responsible? A mutual friend called Jack Daniel's, one of the best-rated whiskies in the world, elaborated in Tennessee, USA. Actually, whisky was the favourite drink of Lemmy Kilmister...

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19/06/2017

Wine for couples

At a romantic dinner, chocolate or oysters can offer a somewhat aphrodisiac effect, and so can wine. There are numerous wines perfect to share between two, beeing white, red or sparkling.

With a white wine you are almost certain og success. Especially if you have pasta, rice or fish. It is best to opt for the white wines that are stronger, dry, and fruity. In this way, ...

15/06/2017

Beyond Beer: Exciting New Drinks for your Offseason

Football forms a fundamental part of the British culture, no doubt about that. But what are we to do when the Premier League ends and the summer break forecasts three whole months of abstinence? Football fans and enthusiasts will need to find an alternative way of pleasure and outburst. Since every weekend is characterised by a huge consumption of different ales and beers,...

12/06/2017

10 Things About Cabernet Sauvignon You Didn't Know

There is no doubt that Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most talked about grape varieties when it comes to red wines. This strain which comes from the French city of Bordeaux in the 17th century is the result of the crossing between Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc, hence its name. But there is so much more to the delicious grape, read more about it here: 

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8/06/2017

How To Celebrate The Queen's Official Birthday

The British Royal family is the pillar of England's culture since the beginnings of the United Kingdom. And it goes without saying that Queen Elizabeth II. is the family's most important and iconic symbol. This weekend, the whole Commonwealth will celebrate her 65th birthday on the official date since her coronation ceremony. An important milestone in the history of the...

5/06/2017

Resveratrol: Could Also Help against Infertility

Resveratrol, a polyphenol found in grape skins and therefore in wine, has been prooved by a scientific study to be very beneficial against a hormonal problem that 10% of women of reproductive age around the world suffers from: Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS. This is according to the study published in the Endocrine Society Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and ...

29/05/2017

Do you know of Dom Pérignon?

Dom Pierre Perignon was born in the region of Saint-Menehould, France, in 1638. He is credited with the creation of today's famous sparkling wines and also of using the cork to cover the bottles. Dom Pierre had severe eye problems, which made his other senses sharpened.

At the age of 29 he was transferred from a convent of monks to the abbey of Hautvilliers, in...