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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...

22/05/2017

The foods most susceptible to fraud

Unfortunately, food fraud is a widespread practice around the world today. The substitution of ingredients for cheaper ones is a practice that affects all types of food: from exclusive products that have gained popularity in recent years, to those that make up our daily food consumption.

Even though precautionary measures increase every year to prevent such practices,...

13/03/2017

The six grapes most used in the elaboration of Porto

Although Porto is not as popular a wine as Cabernet Sauvignon or Pinot Noir, we should not miss the opportunity to taste this wine and know a little more about it. Porto wine (Oporto wine) does not come precisely from a "noble" grape, we might say, but rather a mixture, and there are 6 main grapes that contribute to the majority of the production of this type of wine.

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24/02/2017

5 Sci-Fi drinks that should exist

 

I bet everyone is curious to try those foods and drinks of the protagonists of our favorite books, movies or science fiction series. A curiosity that increases when we enjoy them on an empty stomach, so when we get carried away by the fantasy we wonder what will be the flavor of that dish or beverage that satiate the stomachs and thirst of the protagonists. That is why...

22/02/2017

Is it important to be innovative about Champagne?

The drink business is slightly more complex than the other industries, because to innovate something, it has to be planned starting years in advance, when the fruits are planted. For champagne, it is no different, since your marketing campaigns have to be foreseen from up to 3 years before. Generally, these plans go in the direction of product packaging and specific...

20/02/2017

What kind of Wine is Amarone?

 

Amarone della Valpolicella it’s a very particular wine, made from raisins, previously dried in the sun, as is done with the variety Pedro Ximénez to get the sweet wine of the same name. For this wine, and contrary to what is usually done in most raisin wines, local red varieties are used first instead of white, and secondly, the result would be dry wine with...

15/02/2017

From Blue Wines to Green ones, is that what innovation it’s about?

 

While tradition is a feature of great importance wine lovers, so is innovation. That is why day to day the youngest cellars work to develop new recipes and formulas capable of surprising the most expert palates; not only for its delicious taste, but also for its color. A year ago we talked about the birth of Gïk Live, the first blue wine in the world created by...

13/02/2017

Get to know Great Britain through its wines: Kent and Sussex

United Kingdom is growing in terms of wineries and wines they offer. It is truly impressive that in five years there has been created about 200 new wineries and their wines are increasingly important. With this, wine tourism also grows and some of the routes that we include here are places that help us get to know the UK better.

Kent is an English non-metropolitan...

10/02/2017

White Wines from La Rioja, are they any good?

To speak of a Rioja wine is to make it with distinction since it’s a DO that it’s famous all around the world and which groups more and more regions throughout Spain as time goes by. Traditionally, the wines of Rioja have been red, with different nuances, special flavors and potent blends on the palate. They are perfect mostly for meats and other foods related to...