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Bordeaux: the first guide to survival

What is needed for a successful En Primeur de Bordeaux campaign? Planning, determination and good appetite. © Wine-Searcher | David Allen MW shares a tasting with Caroline Frey from Château La Lagune. So I successfully survived a week – well five days in fact – of the Union des Grands …

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Business 2 Business Rewards Group Acquires $11 Million Stake in eWorld Companies, Inc.

Business 2 Business Rewards Group has purchased 10% of eWorld Companies Inc. in a transaction valued at $11 million. Tweet that The purchase was completed by a crypto transaction exchanging 5,500,000 B2BR for 10% ownership of eWorld. B2BR is the native token of Business 2 Business Reward currently valued at …

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California researchers promote a better way to detect the smell of wine smoke caused by wildfires

New research claims to give grape growers, wineries and insurance companies a better way to determine if smoke from wildfires has damaged the crop on the vine, a concern that has led to many fruits in the Napa and Sonoma counties will not be picked in 2020. But a key …

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Try one of these kombucha cocktails for a refreshing, slightly sweet alcoholic drink

For a refreshing mixed drink that’s slightly sweet and full of flavor, try a kombucha cocktail. Kombucha is a fermented drink made from sugar. tea and has a wide variety of health benefits. It also happens to be a great addition to a wide variety of cocktails. For kombucha cocktail …

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Vasse Felix releases his Tom Cullity 2018

Margaret River Winery Vasse Felix has released the highly anticipated 2018 Tom Cullity Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon Malbec. The wine has achieved iconic status and is only in its sixth release. Erin Larkin, a member of the tasting team, gave the new version 99 points. She describes it as the …

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Fine wine importer Demeine Estates accelerates the growth of its portfolio and announces an exclusive partnership with La Chablisienne de Bourgogne

NAPA, CA, May 10, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fine wine importer Demeine Estates is pleased to announce its import partnership with La Chablisienne de Bourgogne. La Chablisienne is a cooperative cellar created in 1923 and owned by a group of 270 families of winegrowers. As one of the most important producers in Chablis, …

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Malu Lambert: Can the taste of cork be eradicated forever?

Not everything is high-tech. The palates are used in the laboratory to taste the wines under different cork samples. Cork’s funeral was held in New York City on October 2, 2002. A dark and irreverent affair, four suit-wearing pallbearers carried a steel coffin through a train terminal and up to …

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Yarra Yering Release 2020

This month marks the highly anticipated release of the 2020 Yarra Yering Cuvée. Winemaker and General Manager Sarah Crowe says the 2020 wines are full of grace. “The influence of the cool growing season on the wine style is reminiscent of historic Yarra vintages and has a very traditional harvest …

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Chile’s old cabernet vines make their debut

© Lapostole | The winemaker Andrea León enters the vineyards of La Parcelle 8. Despite the international popularity of Cabernet Sauvignon, the world has very few old vineyards of it. Most Cabernet vineyards are replanted after about 30 years. Exceptional vineyards can last 50 years. So I was thrilled to …

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The wine business is a family affair for Italian mothers and daughters

There is a renaissance in the world of Italian wine, and women are leading the way. According to a Wine Intelligence Study, women represent 55% of regular wine consumers in the country. But in addition to their purchasing power, they are also progressing as professionals in the wine industry. Although …

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All liquor can now be sold to Graham

YOUNG COUNTY (KFDX/KJTL) – Back on the ballot for the people of Graham on Saturday May 7 was the sale of liquor in their town, the fourth time a liquor measure has been passed during the last decade. In the end, the residents of the town of Graham voted in …

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Too cold for rosé on the terrace? Try these lighter reds instead

Breadcrumb Links Food Calgary Herald, April 28, 2022 The Flat Rock Cellars 2019 Pinot Noir from the Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, for Darren Oleksyn’s column published in the Calgary Herald on May 7, 2022. .jpg Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission …

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Wine prices are on the rise, so finding good value is important

Prices are rising and wine is not immune to the same economic pressures that drive up the cost of other raw materials, although falling demand from Russian oligarchs may affect prices for luxury wines. Apart from that, small harvests and rising packaging and transport costs mean prices have risen. This …

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mangaluru: Nitk faculty obtains patent for cashew apple wine | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: A faculty member of NITK Surathkal received a patent for the production of a wine made from cashew apple and raisins. The invention of Prasanna Belur D, Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering, is titled “A process for producing an alcoholic beverage from cashew apple and raisins …

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California’s ‘Class of 1972’ Vineyards Continue to Raise the Bar

Placeholder while loading article actions Fifty years ago, much of what we now consider Northern California wine country consisted of plum orchards for prunes and groves of walnut trees. They were cash crops that replaced the vines uprooted during Prohibition in the 1920s. A renaissance was already underway. Heitz Cellars, …

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Bushfire-destroyed Blue Mountains wilderness stay reopens as luxury eco-lodge

Chalets at Blackheath offers four self-catering chalet studios equipped with luxury amenities. Photo: Supplied The Jemby Rinjah eco-lodge at Blackheath in the Blue Mountains was a popular, award-winning wilderness getaway before the property, built by local civic stalwart Peter Quirk and opened in 1987, was destroyed by the December 2019 …

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Heat threatens Oregon Pinot Noir

As temperatures rise, the state may not be able to continue producing its signature style. © Ledger David Caves | Oregon made its reputation with Pinot Noir, but the future could be very different. As temperatures rise and the draw intensifies, growers and industry experts in Oregon are wondering how …

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Healthier eating habits to improve your well-being

If you want to develop healthier eating habits to improve your physical and mental well-being, you’re not alone. There’s no better time than now to think about making healthier lifestyle choices. Maybe you’re ready to change your approach to drinking, but you don’t know where to start. You don’t need …

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Why the wine industry needs to take a new approach to ‘sustainability’ and e-commerce

The legacy of wine e-commerce has been that aficianados use the internet to search for hard-to-get labels or buy futures for exclusive releases, Neslin said. But that the expansion of e-commerce has shifted the brand experience from the elite to the mainstream. A structural change has taken place in wine …

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Tony Parker’s $19 Million San Antonio Mansion Is Still For Sale

The 53-acre Hill Country estate owned by former San Antonio Spurs player Tony Parker and his ex-wife Eva Longoria is still for sale, despite having been on the market since late last year. The $19.5 million home in the Anaqua Springs neighborhood near Boerne, which includes a water park, is …

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“There are not enough of us”: 5 questions to Fah Sathirapongsasuti

“Why is it important that we are Asian and make wine?” asks Fah Sathirapongsasuti. “Because the vine doesn’t care who grows it, and the grape doesn’t care who does it.” Winemaker and co-owner of Sunset Cellarsmarketing director of Suisun Valley Wine Cooperative in Fairfield, California, PhD statistician, computer scientist and …

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Liquor delivery service seeks to expand services in Montgomery

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) – It is said that in tragedy we sometimes find our life’s purpose. This may be the case for two brothers from Alabama who started a new business prompted by an accident involving their younger brother. The younger brother of Rashad and Amir Grimes will never be …

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Retreat for a stay in the Great Southern Frankland River

Legend; Set on 83 acres of unspoiled rolling paddocks, trees and chattering birds, seclusion is spectacular at Frankland River Retreat Surrounded by national parks, vineyards and olive groves, the Frankland River region is peacefully located in Western Australia’s Deep South, between Manjimup and Mount Barker. Unassumingly idyllic, to the east …

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The best places for the perfect wine tour in Tuscany

Tuscany is a renowned region of Italy surrounded by vineyards and wine-growing hills. It is popular for its haute couture and Renaissance art centers. For years, the region has held supreme influences on Italian and European culture. Compared to other parts of Europe, Tuscany has the highest reputation. This is …

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Hannah Brown Got Candid About ‘Bachelorette’ Fame and Alcohol Problems

After her run as ABC’s Season 15 Bachelorette ended in 2019, Hannah Brown trotted straight to another reality show, eventually winning. Dancing with the stars Season 28 months later. To help ease the anxiety of his newfound fame – and the scrutiny that came with it – Brown started drinking …

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An Unsolved Murder, A Love Story, and Disney – This Los Angeles Club Has Seen It All

IIn February 2021, Andrew Meieran drove the entirety of Route 66. His road trip took him through a series of cross-country vistas that resemble something out of Tolkien’s Americanized novel: navigating through several snowstorms, through the Painted Desert, and a stop at the Petrified Forest. But after 2,448 miles he …

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The last frontier for a great luxury adventure

By Mark Johanson, CNN (CNN) — Travelers to Antarctica always remember where they first set foot on the frozen continent. For me it was Portal Point, a narrow point of land jutting west from the peninsula just north of the Antarctic Circle. Crackling sea ice had formed a thin layer …

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WineInk: Aspen Wine Grad goes global

Buckle up! For the next six Sundays, viewers will be able to travel with Carlton McCoy, Jr. as the former Aspen sommelier traverses cultural destinations as diverse and wild as the heart of Ghana’s Mississippi Delta, on the west coast of Africa and Seoul, South Korea. his CNN series “Nomad …

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Low Alcohol Beverages Market Size, Scope and Outlook

New Jersey, United States – The study is a professional and comprehensive assessment of the Low Alcohol Beverage Market with an emphasis on in-depth analysis of market data. The aim of the study is to provide a quick understanding of the business along with a comprehensive categorization of the Low …

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Durango Calendar of Events – The Durango Herald

The Durango Wine Experience will be held this weekend at various locations in downtown Durango. (Durango Herald file) Highlight of the week With the climate warming and events picking up, it’s time to rejoice in this year’s Durango Wine Experience, to be held this weekend in downtown Durango. Friday will …

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I got really drunk on wines without grapes

Have you tried wines without grapes? Collage: VICE / Images: Romano Santos In the list of the best wine-producing countries, my archipelago does not appear there. This is given, in part, by the simple fact that wine grapes does not grow easily in the Philippines. But that hasn’t stopped Filipinos …

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FREE EVENT! 2022 Leonardtown Summer Music Festival Kick-Off Concert Saturday, April 30 – Southern Maryland News Net

St. Mary’s County Arts Council is proud to announce the return of the Leonardtown Summer Music Festival! Leonardtown will host a summer of FREE outdoor concerts featuring an exciting lineup of artists, including the Robbie Boothe Band, the Latrice Carr Band, Leonardo Garcia and Son Horizonte, Blazin Keys, Reagan Years …

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Keep the Flavor and Cut the Calories: Best Low Calorie Alcoholic Drinks

Choosing wellness and eating mindfully and healthy are big goals that often make it difficult to incorporate our favorite treats, like the occasional booze! The liquid calories in some cocktails can add up quickly, but luckily there are easy ways to choose lower-calorie options. In general, a serving (5 oz …

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Esmaeil Narollahiazar: Guatemalans learn in Leelanau |

Last summer, Leelanau Michigan State University Extension hosted a study tour for Guatemalan dignitaries in northwest Michigan. It was a fantastic experience to welcome visitors. I gave them a 30-minute presentation on viticulture, followed by a question-and-answer session. They had many questions about MSU’s extension system and how we communicate …

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Despite ban, sale of alcoholic beverages in car parks persists in Lagos – Nigeria – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

• May be the root cause of most accidents — Safety Expert On a sunny afternoon at Mile 2 Bus Park in the Amuwo-Odofin area of ​​Lagos State, a commercial bus driver prepares to embark on an interstate trip. His bus half full, he gestures to his assistant, otherwise known …

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How to enjoy this summer day in Chicago – NBC Chicago

Chicagoans are feeling the return of the summer spark, as sunny skies and 80-degree temperatures filled the city on Saturday. From rooftop bars and outdoor yoga to a Chicago Bulls playoff game and blooming flower conservatories, there are plenty of ways to savor the weekend – indoors and out. Here …

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Here are the parks to celebrate in

Baskets and blankets. Family and friends. Snacks and drinks. Whether you’re packing a beer and fries or bringing a bottle of wine and charcuterie plates, picnics are the perfect springtime activity that fits any budget. Over the past two years, no doubt influenced by the pandemic, picnics have become luxury …

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Local wineries say supply chain issues and shortages affect prices

INDIANAPOLIS – AT Easley Wine Estate in downtown Indianapolis, it’s all about quality. “We want to make sure that when our customers pop the cork or twist the cork, that’s what they expect,” said Meredith Easley, vice president of sales and marketing. It’s the same mentality that made their products, …

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Hopkinsville City Council plans to sell alcohol on Sundays

The Hopkinsville City Council will consider changing a 63-year-old ordinance to allow liquor sales on Sundays following action from the Committee of the Whole Thursday night. Councilman Travis Martin said it’s time for the city to change its ordinance to allow liquor sales on Sundays. https://dehayf5mhw1h7.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/889/2022/04/22033505/Wireready_04-22-2022-03-35-01_A116_20220422033308632-1.mp3 click to download audioHe …

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Exclusive news and research on the wine, spirits and beer industry

News from April 21, 2022 April 21, 2022 •Grupo Baron de Ley is launching a new expression of organic Crianza under its El Coto de Rioja brand. In addition to being organic, the new entry has a lighter bottle and more durable packaging for its label, cap and outer packaging. …

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Baddaginnie Run Wines shows that nurturing the land to be more sustainable with native plants is paying off in the Strathbogie Ranges of Victoria, Australia

But as important as the environmental motivation for their work is, they realized there was another potential benefit to regenerating the land: it can produce more distinctive wines – wines that tell a clearer story of the country in which they live. are cultivated. Snow worked with international wine consultant …

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From a difficult year comes a British Columbia wine of remarkable quality

Kelowna, British Columbia, April 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wine Growers British Columbia (WGBC) has released the annual BC Wine Grape 2021 Vintage Reportwhich reveals another harvest of impressive quality achieved through expert vineyard management in a record year for wine regions in the province. Overall, BC winemakers agree that …

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Kirin launches first hard seltzer and new Japanese whiskey products

The trend towards consumption of ready-to-drink alcoholic beverages is accelerating, particularly among Japanese consumers aged 20-30, with Kirin pointing out that hard seltzer sales are expected to increase to around 11% of the entire Japan. local sales of the RTD category. This will be very important not just for the …

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Northland’s largest contract winery goes on the market for sale

Tuesday, April 19, 2022, 2:58 p.m.Press Release: Bayleys Northland’s largest contract winemaking facility – providing vine-to-bottle services for more than 30 wineries in the region – has come on the market for sale. Marsden Estate Vineyard and Wine Estate Marsden Estate Vineyard and Winery was established in early 1993 when …

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Matthew Sharp appointed general manager of Shafer Vineyards; Jake Watson joins Winery as National Sales Manager

Advertisement April 18, 2022 – Matthew Sharp has been named general manager of Shafer Vineyards, a winery that has been producing classic Napa Valley wines for more than 40 years. Sharp takes over after five years as Chief Commercial Officer of Shafer, overseeing all aspects of domestic and global sales. …

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The best of South Australia’s cellar doors featured in this year’s National Awards • Glam Adelaide

Share Tweeter Share Share E-mail It’s time for our annual celebration of Australia’s best cellar doors. South Australia’s best wine production featured in this year’s national awards. Here are the results: Adelaide Hills STAR CELLAR DOOR: Ashton Hills A short drive from Adelaide’s CBD, The Adelaide Hills offers some of …

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How bad is it to drink dark liquors instead of clear liquors?

Dark liquors can make a hangover worse, but drinking clear alcohol doesn’t mean you’re safe. Image Credit: Creation LIVESTRONG.com Is it that bad? set the record straight on all the habits and behaviors you’ve heard about that might be unhealthy. Does the brown liquorActuallymakes you sicker? Here, we explore the …

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Long queues couldn’t stop those at Vintage Festival 2022 from having a great time with the tunes and atmosphere | News from the region

newsletters, editors picklist, riverina winemakers, vintage festival, lines, queue, wait, wine, beer The 2022 Vintage Festival saw hundreds flock to the former site of Miranda Winery to sample some of Griffith’s excellent beers, wines and food accompanied by live entertainment. The festival, one of Griffith’s major annual festivals, brings together …

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Inside a $25 Million Bel-Air Home Designed by a Former Gucci Watch Executive – Robb Report

Designing a watch and a luxury house have more in common than you might think. Just ask Jacques Wizman, former head of Corum Watches and member of the family behind the success of Gucci Timepieces. “I love architecture and I love design,” said owner and seller Jacques Wizman Robb Report. …

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Vegetable production up 15% in recent years

Vegetable production in Georgia has increased by 15% in recent years and amounted to 176.1 tons, said Otar Shamugia, the country’s agriculture minister, on Thursday. Shamugia revealed the figure in comments which also explained that a large proportion of vegetable imports come from the off-season due to a lack of …

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Texas Ranch Water Co. Partners with Platinum Artist Mike to Elevate Summer Drinking Season and Brand Growth

The partnership follows significant growth in the seltzer and RTD cocktail category over the past year, with IWSR mentioning that the US market is evolving and maturing as companies focus on value rather than growth, giving way to strategic branding and partnership opportunities. As a passionate entrepreneur and supporter of …

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Christie’s auctions off a collection from the Domaine de la Romanée-Conti – Robb Report

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti isn’t exactly easy to find, but Christie’s wine department has you covered. The auction house is sending under the hammer this month an exceptional DRC collection that comes from the cellar of a single discerning collector. The “Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Vinous Perfection” online sale, which …

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11 Useful Bath and Shower Accessories You Can Get for Under $25 on Amazon

This article contains affiliate links to products selected by our editors. Mental Floss may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. We’re not sure who needs to hear this, but you don’t have to shell out a small fortune to quickly (and easily!) upgrade your bath or shower …

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The Day – Aspiring sommelier Emanuel Diaz: love the wine you’re with

Imagine your basic high school wrestler: staggering off the mat, huffing, huffing, sweating, and maybe with a handkerchief shoved into his schnoz to stop the bleeding. Seems most atypical characteristics for someone who would one day pay the bills bragging about the full-bodied flavors of blueberry, chocolate, plums and black …

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Dana Coolwell boxing drugs alcohol

Young Queensland boxer Dana Coolwell admits he has experienced the dark side of life too often, far too soon. He drank alcohol at age 12. At 13, he was mourning the sudden death of his father Russell. At 14, he took drugs. At 18, he could easily have been in …

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Penfolds launches Superblend wine duo as NFT

The release of Penfolds Luxury 2018 Superblend bottlings form the first NFT wine auction held on BlockBar.com, with a starting bid of $25,000. Penfolds has partnered with BlockBar, a direct-to-consumer non-fungible token (or NFT) marketplace for luxury drinks, to launch two wine NFTs. NFTs function as digital receipts that confirm …

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Local Winery Serves Weird Wine and Spirits | Stacey Doud

We often see the night watchman doing his jobStacey Doud Dave Besgrove, the owner of Grape Vine Springs Winery in Grapevine and Cowtown Winery in Fort Worth, didn’t grow up dreaming of becoming a winemaker or a ghost hunter. His story is no different from many others: he graduated from …

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Dear Annie: Is the handsome alcoholic drinking behind my back?

Dear Anne: I am a middle aged single mother of two grown children. I recently started my first serious relationship since my divorce five years ago, and I love him very much, but there is a huge problem. I found out that he had an alcohol addiction in the past …

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How do you really read a restaurant’s wine list?

I recently met wine professional Caitlin Perlman. Originally from Berkeley, Calif., Perlman now lives in Wellington and is an integral part of the local wine scene, working at Wine Sentience, where founder and director Stephen Wong MW created a hub for wine education, a consulting firm in world-class wine services, …

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Ronto puts the finishing touches on the Infinity High-Rise Sales Center

The Ronto Group has announced that it is putting the finishing touches on its on-site Infinity Sales Center at The Colony at Pelican Landing in Bonita Springs. The sales center will be open soon. Ronto also said he plans to start converting bookings into binding sales contracts later this month. …

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Carlisle & Beau Marchais Wine Dinner planned at Cane & Canoe | News, Sports, Jobs

KAPALUA – Cane & Canoe at Montage Kapalua Bay will host a Carlisle & Beau Marchais Wine Dinner at 5.30pm on Friday April 22. Experience a beautifully orchestrated five-course wine pairing dinner with a selection of wines from Carlisle Winery and Beau Marchais Wineries. Winemakers Mike Officer of …

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About 88,000 people die each year from alcohol-related causes

In the United States, most adults who drink alcohol drink moderately and without complications. At the same time, alcohol-related problems are among the most important public health problems in the country. Alcohol use disorder (AUD) affects approximately 15 million adults in the United States and approximately 88,000 people die each …

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Carbone’s launches an exclusive in Dallas — Carbone Vino

AAfter years of friends from Dallas asking Mario Carbone to bring his celebrity-loved Italian-American concept to our city, the New York chef finally found the perfect opportunity in the Design District, which last week became the first Texas location of its famous restaurant of the same name. And tonight, Dallas …

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Turns out Black Lives Matter bought a $6 million California mansion

By James McClain | Dirt Although it was not reported at the time, New York Magazine revealed that in October 2020, the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation – often abbreviated to BLMGNF or simply BLM – spent nearly $6 million on funds donated to a luxurious estate in Studio …

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Winnie Toh sommelier of the Maximal Concepts group on wine

Tell us about when you first became interested in wine…​ I was 18 and studying subjects I didn’t like. My boyfriend at the time was in the industry and worked as a sommelier, he would always be so passionate about wine and drinks and I always found myself incredibly interested …

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Margaret River Winery Wins ‘Wine of the Year’ at Prestigious London Wine Show | Augusta-Margaret River Courier

Scott and Annette Baxter and the team at Gralyn Estate are celebrating a huge win this week, scooping the coveted ‘Wine of the Year’ award at the 2022 London Wine Competition. Image: Supplied “Everything about this wine is exquisite – from the flavor to the label.” So say the judges …

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Market Street continues to grow with the debut of Gucci, Breitling, Nike and Sixty Vines

THE WOODLANDS, TX – Market Street is adding iconic luxury house Gucci, watch boutique Breitling, sportswear favorite Nike and draft wine supplier Sixty Vines to its repertoire of more than 70 retailers and restaurants. Influential, innovative and progressive, luxury fashion house Gucci prides itself on reinventing a thoroughly modern approach …

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The African soft drinks market is expected to grow by 9.4% during the period 2022-2027

According to the latest report from the IMARC group, entitled “Africa Soft Drinks Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2022-2027”, The African soft drinks market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.4% during the period 2022-2027. Soft drinks refer to non-alcoholic beverages that are usually …

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Three Ways to Visit Northern California Wine Country

I can’t help but compare other California wine regions to what’s in our backyard, but these three places I visited while sipping and traveling in Northern California last August well worth the visit. They could each stand alone as longer destination stays or easily be combined into an eclectic road …

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The HRC Houston dinner will take place on April 9 at the Marriott Marquis Downtown

Nothing stops us now in Houston HOUSTON, April 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Watch out for lightning, hurricanes and winter storms – The 2022 Human Rights Campaign Dinner in Houston will take place on April 9, 2022 at the Marriott Marquis, rain or shine. And we’re back to make a splash …

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India FTA plus for lentils, chickpeas miss out

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Photo: @PiyushGoyal THE Australian and Indian governments signed the Australia-India Economic and Trade Cooperation Agreement (AI ECTA) on Saturday, with lentils being the winners in the cereals space. The Australian government has said the deal will make Australian exports …

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Insurance Covered Home Alcoholism Treatment for BlueShield of CA and Western Health Advantage Members

Phoenix, Arizona Magellan Healtha managed health system, announced last week that it will offer California Blue Shield and western health benefit home access for members to Ria Healthalcohol use disorder (AUD) treatment services. Magellan Health works with health plans and other managed care organizations, as well as employers, unions, and …

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France prepares for devastating frosts

Deja vu for French producers in our weekly roundup, and an NBA star’s post-game future looks rosy. ©AFP | Pots of frost illuminate the vineyards of France as winemakers again battle frost. Last year frost wreaked so much havoc on French vineyards that what happened was the smallest harvest in …

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Stress ? This is the glamping break you need

Get off the grid and leave the pandemic behind on these incredible glamping getaways in northern New Zealand. Reporting by Brook Sabin. I don’t know about you, but I found the pandemic exhausting. Add a dash of near-constant anxiety, mix it in with the stress of lockdowns, add a pinch …

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PEOPLE: The Hebron Man’s life’s work is the study of the international wine trade | Food and drink

To say that wine is in Emiliano Villanueva’s blood might be considered hyperbolic, but for the Eastern Connecticut State University business professor, that’s about as true as it gets. The Argentinian native, born and raised in Mendoza and now living in Hebron, is a specialist in the wine business. He …

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“Chelan was discovered during the pandemic by many, many people” | Chelan Vineyards See Spectacular Growth | Business

CHELAN — When international and interstate travel declined dramatically over a two-year period amid a raging pandemic, a hidden region of north-central Washington once known for its apples thrived: the Chelan Valley. “Rumor spread that there was this mecca of wine and food just three hours away, and it was …

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Fugitive billionaire Joseph Lau is selling art and wine for $20 million with Sotheby’s and Christie’s.

Hong Kong billionaire Joseph Lau is technically on the loose, but that won’t stop him from cashing in when Sotheby’s auctions off millions of dollars worth of its china next month. Lau will unload eight pieces from his collection dating from the Ming and Qing dynasties, according to sources cited …

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Wafers Around the World: The Many Faces of Matzah

How cardboard like the matzah we know today came to be and where is its softer cousin. It would be difficult to find a Jewish person who does not know Matzah. It is the centerpiece of our most celebrated holidays and its presence throughout the diaspora speaks to its enduring …

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‘Drunk’ West Yorkshire MP forced boy to drink alcohol before groping him, court heard

A ‘drunk’ West Yorkshire MP forced a teenager to drink gin and tonic before groping him in a bunk bed, a court has heard. The alleged victim said he called the Conservative press office to warn the party about what Imran Ahmad Khan, 48, had done, days before becoming MP …

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A Modern Take on an Old One: Phase 2 of TTB’s Alcohol Labeling and Advertising Updates | Alston and bird

Now in effect, Phase 2 of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau’s multi-year initiative to update its liquor labeling and advertising regulations covers distilled spirits and malt beverages. Our Food & Beverage team keeps tabs on what’s in the final rule – and what’s not. Phase 2 aims …

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Asti Spumante bubbles burst by war in Ukraine

Published on: 03/29/2022 – 04:22Amended: 03/29/2022 – 04:20 Castiglione Tinella (Italy) (AFP) – Its sweet bubbles have made Asti Spumante a favorite in Russia – but the war in Ukraine threatens to cripple Italian producers, with sales of millions of bottles now at risk. The vineyards stretch as far as …

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California Winemaker Rethinks Wine Carbonation

Libby injects wines with CO2 carbonation to make hyper-precise yet easygoing daily bubbles. Libby Champagne, cava, prosecco, sekt: all the familiar methods for creating bubbles. But a California producer is trying to reinvent the wheel by introducing a new type of carbonation to wine. Libby Sparkling Wines recalibrates carbonation, introducing …

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Non-Alcoholic RTD Beverages Market 2022-2030, by Top Key Players – Monster Beverages, Nestle, National Beverages, Starbucks, Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper

The recent report on “RTD Soft Drinks Market Report 2022 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2030” Offered by Credible markets, includes an in-depth survey of the geographical landscape, industry size as well as the revenue estimation of the company. In addition, the report also highlights …

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Jack London Yacht Club Hosts Second Annual Mini Boat Race at Glen Ellen

The Jack London Yacht Club held its second annual Jack to Jack Yacht Race event in Glen Ellen on Saturday. About 65 competitors raced replica 20-inch handmade yachts along Sonoma Creek, starting near the Jack London Lodge Creekside dining deck and ending just past the bridge along Arnold Drive . …

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I’ve traveled to all parts of New Zealand, here’s why Tairāwhiti Gisborne is my favorite

Over the past two years since the pandemic began, travel journalist Brook Sabin has had the good fortune to travel to all parts of New Zealand. When asked to choose his favorite, there was only one answer: Tairāwhiti. Why? Because Gisborne has something for everyone, and it’s their choices of …

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Four refreshing spring wines from Austria

There is something inherently spring-like about Grüner Veltliner, Austria’s native white grape. By the time this column appears, hopefully the weather will have improved and we can start looking forward to lighter, fresher white wines. Grüner Veltliner is a kind of grape chameleon, changing in style depending on the climate …

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Take-out booze should be permanent, say 40% of NJ

NEW JERSEY — During the pandemic, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill allowing businesses to temporarily sell alcoholic beverages for takeout. Before the pandemic, take-out alcoholic beverages were only allowed in a handful of states, including New Orleans. Other exceptions include the town of Butte, Montana, where you’re …

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32 sports stars with their own liquor brands – 24/7 Wall St.

Celebrities in the entertainment world have associated themselves with alcoholic beverages pretty much since the advent of mass media. Athletes also, mainly as pitchers (or women) for beer. With the growing popularity of spirits and the enduring appeal of wine, however, athletes who consider themselves a brand in their own …

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Reopening Israel: A top-to-bottom guide to all the new things to do

Like many other countries, Israel closed its borders in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Although it was initially touted as having one of the best responses to the pandemic – and was one of the first countries to roll out vaccines – it has also seen many false …

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Grocery and Wine E-Commerce Market Size 2022 by Top Key Players, Types, Applications, Regional Demand and Forecast to 2030 – Instant Interview

The Grocery and Wine E-commerce Market report is a perfect basis for individuals who are looking for a comprehensive study and analysis of the Grocery and Wine E-commerce Market. This report contains study and miscellaneous information which will help you to understand your niche and focus major market channels in …

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Women’s History Month is a great time to reassess how we fund women in alcoholic beverages

When I sat down to write this month’s column, the world was not in the upside-down position we find ourselves in now. Bartenders weren’t throwing bottles of Russian Standard (yes, made in Russia and owned by Russian oligarch Rustam Tariko, who, according to an article from Bloombergalso has Standard Russian …

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Barbaresco’s Most Underrated Producers

Rocche dei Sette Fratelli (“Cliffs of the Seven Brothers”), Treiso, Barbaresco production area Photo ©Tom Hyland When it comes to any number of topics, the word underrated has a different meaning in different people. Take baseball for example; no one would argue that Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels …

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Auto Vino brings exotic car storage and wine tasting to San Carlos

Auto Vino, formerly located in Menlo Park, brings luxury car storage, wine production and tasting, outdoor dining and event space to Industrial Road in San Carlos. On Monday, the San Carlos Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit for the business located at 380 Industrial Road, just south of the …

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Sex, drugs and depression: what your doctor needs to know

For many of us, a visit to the doctor is a source of anxiety: what do my blood results mean? Will my doctor think this lump is cancer? The physical exam can make us vulnerable and may involve some slight discomfort, so we may shower, shave and put on better …

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Exceptional results for the 61st Hospices de Nuits-Saint-Georges Wine Auction

Advertising Nuits-Saint-Georges, March 20, 2022 – The 61st Hospices de Nuits-Saint-Georges Wine Sale, which took place on Sunday March 20, 2022, took place in a friendly and enthusiastic atmosphere. The result of the sale of the estate’s 2021 harvest is up 29.8% compared to last year, at €2,486,000, a strong …

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NFT Wine Club Bridges the Gap for Women, Wine and NFTs

NAPA, California – March 21, 2022 – (Newswire.com) The United States is one of the largest consumers of wine in the world, with the main percentage of wine buyers still being women. While milder tastes and sweeter drink options have surrounded wine’s stigma as a “woman’s drink,” the age-old love …

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Luxury Wine Market Size, Scope, Growth, Competitive Analysis – Pernod Ricard, Brown Forman, Diageo, Bacardi – Chandler Brownsboro

New Jersey, United States,- the Luxury wine market is carefully analyzed in the report with a focus on market dynamics including key issues and challenges, drivers, trends, and opportunities. The report includes an in-depth analysis of key market players to understand the use of key strategies adopted in the luxury …

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