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7 Rosé Wines You Need To Know

7 Rosé Wines You Need To Know

Choosing a good Rosé has always been notoriously hard, specially considering the increasingly wide range and drastically varied offerings, between old and new world wines. 7 industry experts offer their suggestions to make the choice a little easier.

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Champagne, Prosecco and Cava: Same but different?

Champagne, Prosecco and Cava: Same but different?

In our constant mission to help our members (and non-members) to improve their business & lifestyle, we often come across great articles and information. Here's another! Feel free to tweet/share/enjoy! The Differences Between Champagne, Prosecco and Cava | Food...

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A Funny Funky Side to Prosecco

A Funny Funky Side to Prosecco

The original Prosecco wasn't the sweet, fruity, bubbly we know today. Find out more about "Col Fondo" or "Rifermentato in Bottiglia," a funky, cloudy Prosecco unlike any other. We've all had Prosecco before: as an apertif, for a toast, or in mimosas at brunch. The...

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Hard at work: How yeast makes wine

Hard at work: How yeast makes wine

What is yeast? What does it do? Yeasts are single-celled fungal organisms. Without them, there would be no alcohol. Not wine, nor beer, nor any spirits distilled from various fermented carbohydrates, be they grape or grain, potato or agave, sugarcane or sap. Yeasts...

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4 Wine Trends Wineries Should Know About

4 Wine Trends Wineries Should Know About

There is no denying that if wineries want to stay ahead of the game, they must keep on top of the wine trends. As the industry constantly shifts, different trends come to the surface and allow wineries to adjust accordingly. With the global pandemic, 2020 and 2021...

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