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11/01/2018

3 Classic Prosecco Cocktails to Break the Ice

Are you planning a dinner party, and not sure what drinks to serve? As guests arrive, you may want to serve them an aperitif cocktail to break the ice and stir up the conversation. There is nothing better to break the ice than original cocktails with a special ingredient like Prosecco as the base. Here are some interesting Prosecco cocktails to break the ice at your next...

11/12/2017

Oldest Wine Discovered in Georgia

Wine lovers do not only look for news to know more about the sector. They also aspire to learn some curiosities. For example, we just discovered that the oldest wine in the world is about 8,000 years old. The latest excavations in Georgia shows that the first recorded winemaking activity took place during the Neolithic period, around 6,000 BC. It means 600 to 1,000 years...

4/12/2017

15 Best Christmas Wines for under £12

It's three weeks until Christmas, just in case you haven't noticed. All the lights on the streets, Christmas markets, the smell of mulled wine mixed with wet asphalt, that's the holly jolly season in the city. But there's one thing that really matters, and that's wine. The right wine for your personal Christmas feast makes the difference. And it doesn't even have to be just...

30/11/2017

Christmas DIY with Wine Bottles

The holiday season is approaching and, with it, the pretext to enjoy a drink with your loved ones. Instead of recycling empty wine bottles, why don't you seize the opportunity to start a DIY activity and dive into the Christmas spirit. Indeed, the holiday season is probably one of the best periods to boost your creativity. Here are a few ideas: 

Glitter Holiday...

20/11/2017

Wine Production Under Strain

The International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) reported that this year's wine production had been at its lowest since the 1960's. Indeed, the harvest saw an 8% fall in production with only 246.7 million hectolitres. Moreover, despite a growing wine consumption among different population types, the production decreases steadily.

According to the OIV, climate change...

13/11/2017

Wine's Importance in the Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean diet's multiple benefits for the body are well-known. Indeed, it prevents heart-related diseases, eliminates bad cholesterol and provides nutrients needed to develop an optimum mind and body.

This diet includes wine, both at lunch and dinner since -consumed with moderation- it is a healthy beverage that also brings many advantages.

The Mediterranean...

19/10/2017

3 Amazing Combinations of Wine & Food

Eating is not only a ritual for satisfying our stomach or take energies to go through the daily routine but is, above all, a moment of enjoying flavours and tastes that brings happiness. The pairing between food and a drink is an amazing explosion of senses. So here we recommend you three nice recipes of dishes that you can perfectly enjoy with a good wine.

Balsamic...

9/10/2017

Wine that does not give a headache

Some people often get a headache from drinking wine. This is due to allergic issues caused by the histamine from the fermentation of the grape.

But now everyone can drink wine because of one special wine which is made without this molecule. This wine has been produced with the research of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) and the University of Valencia, that...

5/10/2017

Delicious Wine Recipes

Cuisine is an art. And cooking is a cultural expression that varies from country to country and from cook to cook. But one thing is for sure: there are some ingredients that always work out. The role of wine is crucial in the essence of modern cuisine. So we want to propose you three important recipes of nice dishes you can easily prepare with wine.

Meatloaf with Red Wine...

28/09/2017

Mulled Wine: 4 Recipes Against The Cold

Winter is coming, some would say. Or at least winter is slowly approaching. We change our cold beer for something warm. And what's better than a mulled wine? This beverage is usually made of red wine along with various mulling spices like cinnamon and raisins. We have prepared four recipes to warm up your insides when it's freezing and wet outside.

The Traditionalist:

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