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5/02/2016

The sky above English gastronomy is full of Michelin stars

The publication of the new Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland is always a highlight for fans of gastronomy, famous chefs and the best restaurants. London is one of the best rated cities world wide for culinary art and year after year is awarded various Michelin stars.

Of the 17 new entries in the Michelin Guide for London 2016, there are 15 restaurants awarded 1...

1/02/2016

Are you aware of the benefits of wine on health? Discover them now!

Drinking wine is an undisputable joy. The better if it comes with a great number of advantages for our health. Do you want to know which ones?

Among others, wine improves the memory, helps prevent the apparition of cataracts as well as improve our cardiovascular system and even diminishes tooth decay.

But why does wine bring so many advantages for your health? One of...

29/01/2016

5 places in Italy for food lovers

There a special places you don't want to miss knowing if you are a fan of good food and you like traveling Italy. Today we present you 5 locations to give you an idea.

1) Romagna

Being surrounded by impressive woods, they stand out for their hospitality for about two decades now: Giovanni and Cristina welcome travelers with breakfast, homemade cakes, pies and jams made...

25/01/2016

Some songs about wine

Wine is closely linked to bar or restaurant songs. Although wine has now refined, once it was connected with visits to wine bars where sipping wine in small glasses. Here were sung countless songs that have become totally traditional. Here are some of them:

Bottle of Red Wine by Eric Clapton. A familiar song by Eric Clapton extolling red wine over many other drinks.

20/01/2016

The best drinks for the reception at a business event

A new year starts and, with it, corporate meetings, fair events, presentations and others social meetings where organizations will be represented. When the time comes to organize such events, the drinks offered are fundamental, as well as the catering, which should be available to everyone and should suit different tastes.

To accompany appetizers, most of them light,...

18/01/2016

Wineries and wines from Penedès

The Penedès wine region is probably one of the most characteristic and recognized of Catalunya, especially as the main place of production of cava, Catalan sparkling wine par excellence.

But in this Designation of Origin we can find more than cava, since in its over 27,000 hectares of vineyards there are produced grapes intended for the elaboration of white, rosé and,...

15/01/2016

Tips for choosing a wine cellar

Before you choose and install a wine cellar appliance at home or in the cellar or at a restaurant, you need to clear some parameters, many of which are related to temperature, but also with other aspects to be taken into account.

System type

Some more sophisticated wine cellars take into account the type of system, being the thermoelectric the ones that contribute...

13/01/2016

Food markets in Madrid

Madrid stands out by its gastronomy in the form of food markets, some of them of great tradition and some new. In fact, in the city there are many markets, and it is difficult to choose those who deserve to be highlighted.

San Anton market is one of them, located in the square that bears its name, Anton Martín, in Chueca. It had some renovations and is noted for the...

6/01/2016

How to clean wine stains?

Sure has happened to us that we stumbled upon a glass of wine in a meeting and we get a stain on our clothes. Wine stains may be a little difficult to remove and depending on the type of fabric you must use different methods.

For dry wine stains you should leave the stain to soak in some warm milk until you see how it disappears. Then you can wash the...

4/01/2016

Portugal, land of wine: Dão and Beiras

“Terras do Dão” is synonymous with 'Lands of Wine' and people say, that you can even smell the roses in Beira Alta wine. The Beiras Region crosses Portugal from side to side, from the Atlantic to the border with Spain; to the North by the Minho and the Douro river and to the south by the Alto Alentejo and Ribatejo, counting on five designations of origin.

In 2011,...