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Pietratorcia wine cellar Ischia

The cellars of Pietratorcia among the best Italian wine producers, were born in Forio, on the western side of the Island, thanks to the efforts of young enthusiasts who wanted to continue to enhance the traditions of old island families, Iacono,...
by Ischia Apartments on Jul 28, 2016

The Ultimate Experience for Rich Wine Lovers: A 15 Day Extravaganza Tasting 78 Wines

Let’s get real – this is not a cheap adventure but wow does it ever sound epic. If I could afford it I would most certainly be buying my ticket RIGHT NOW. Why? Well it is an epic adventure you’d … Continue reading → The...
by Mostly About Chocolate on Jul 27, 2016

Château Rigaud 2012 (Midi) - Wine Review

Opened up this pretty red wine from Midi tonight ahead of its VINTAGES Release on August 6th.This wine comes from Languedoc's Faugères appellation, located 20 km northwest of Beziers, a town just off the Mediterranean sea. Château Rigaud is produce...

CoverGirl Colorlicious Lipstick Divine Wine (372) Review, Photos, Swatches

Hello lovely ladies,Today am here with a review of a lipstick from my friend’s stash. It is CoverGirl Colorlicious Lipstick Divine Wine (372). What the company claims:-CoverGirl Colorlicious Lipstick gives you rich, satisfying color in shades you c...
by Deck and Dine on Jul 26, 2016

Les Vignerons du Castelas Vieilles Vignes Signargues Côtes du Rhône-Villages 2013 (France) - Wine Review

Tonight's wine will be available on LCBO shelves in a couple of weeks, as part of the VINTAGES Release on August 6.It is produced by Les Vignerons du Castelas, a co-op that was formed in 1956 by a handful of winemakers that wanted to pool their effor...

Diplomatico Rum Tasting and Dinner at Barcelona Wine Bar (South End, Boston, MA)

I recently had the opportunity to taste the line of Diplomatico Rums at a tasting and dinner held at Barcelona Wine Bar in Boston's South End with Diplomatico's master distiller, Maestro Gilberto Briceño.Diplomatico was founded in 1959 and a...
by Gourmet Pigs on Jul 23, 2016

The First Biannual SoCal Food & Wine Fest Was a Smashing Success

Chef Mario Medina of The MainCourse Restaurant was the driving force behind the SoCal Food & Wine Fest that benefited the Center for Community Solutions (CCS). CCS helps over 10,000 adults each year heal and prevent relationship and sexual violen...
by Wabisabi Green on Jul 21, 2016

Not your everyday Lebanese: Embers Mezze Bar

Behind the doors of an original 19th century sandstone building on Oxford Street, there’s a modern Lebanese restaurant called Embers Mezze Bar. This unassuming Darlinghurst restaurant sits opposite the intersection of Oxford and Riley Streets.
by Taco Bout Food on Jul 21, 2016

Turn A Wine Barrel Into An Outdoor Sink

photo by instructables.com Do you do a lot of work outside, and do not have a good way to clean tools or wash your hands? You may have a sink in a garage or outbuilding to use, but a DIY option... Visit my website for full links, other content,...
by Find My DIY on Jul 20, 2016

12 Awesome DIY Wine Bottle Crafts For Outdoors

Yesterday we shared some cool ideas to reuse your old wine bottles in various ways, and today I’d like to give you some more ideas, this time for outdoors. The first idea is for gardeners. How will you water your plants if you are away for several...

Fleur du Cap Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 (South Africa) - Wine Review

Tonight's wine just arrived at the LCBO last week and is now widely available throughout the province.The grapes for this Fleur du Cap Cabernet Sauvignon were sourced from the Somerset West vineyards, planted in decomposed shale and Stellenbosch vine...

12 Cool DIY Wine Bottle Crafts For Indoors

Wine bottles can be a great materials for crafts of various kinds, they can be turned into a lot of things. Let’s see what you can make for indoor décor from them. First of all, wine bottles are perfect to turn into vases – they have all the nec...

Recipes for July 18, 2016

From the Kansas City Star, we have a recipe for Teriyaki salmon salad. Not only that, there’s even...
by Food Diner on Jul 18, 2016

VINTAGES Release July 23: Spain + Sauvignon Blanc

The VINTAGES Release on July 23 is a value-laden one with the main focus being on wines from 6 of Spain's lesser-known wine regions. Meanwhile, the mini-theme focuses on the Sauvignon Blanc varietal.We'll being with Spain, where 5 of the 12 wines are...

Shopping: Madeira Popular Shops and Outlets

Shopping in Madeira together with excellent beaches, admiring nature, different historical monuments and gastronomy delights plus the better parts of tourists go to Portuguese for shopping to renew their wardrobe. Shopping lovers visit Madeira to buy...
by Sunshine Kelly on Jul 17, 2016

Prosciutto and Crab Pasta with a Parmesan White Wine Sauce

Sometimes, you just wanna go ALL OUT. Or I do anyway. And MOST of the time, I could eat some badass pasta. (well probably all of the time, but who’s counting). Anyways, here, I decided… The post Prosciutto and Crab Pasta with a Parmesan White...
by That Square Plate on Jul 12, 2016

Meadowsweet wine

Getting all news from Blog Arctic Lifestyle by KatharinaKH Mieko-Paradise Everything is growing outside this time of the year – even at the Arctic Circle! Last year I tried to make meadowsweet wine for the first time and I was so satisfied that I h...
by Blog Arctic Lifestyle on Jul 12, 2016

Custom Wine Glasses

If you are in business and wish to increase your sales and profits you should turn to marketing as it will help increase your sales and eventually profits. You could perhaps turn to promo marketing whereby you offer customers free gifts e. G. Custom...
by The Best Blog Online on Jul 12, 2016

The Tragically Hip Ahead by a Century Chardonnay 2014 (Niagara) - Wine Review

Tonight's wine is a limited edition that was released at the beginning of May, 2016 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Tragically Hip's highly acclaimed 5th album – Trouble at the Henhouse. This Chardonnay is a nice follow-up to the criticall...

Matching Wine or Beer to Your Picnic this Summer

Picnics and wine or beer – it’s probably the most common pairing of a summer afternoon in the park. I’m not the world’s biggest picnic fan what with the bugs in your glass of rose gammay or soggy sarnies. The … Continue...
by Mostly About Chocolate on Jul 10, 2016


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