Sanaa Lathan reveals she quit drinking three years ago

Three years after deciding to quit drinking alcohol, Sara Lathan has spoken candidly about her sobriety, sharing that her previous lifestyle “just didn’t work.” The 49-year-old “Love & Basketball” star explained in a new interview that she felt healthier overall after putting the bottle down. “Alcohol was not doing well …

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Vino Vargas launches the 2021 harvest

Beginning of the sparkling grape harvest – Sparkling wine producer Vino Vargas launched the 2021 harvest season with a morning picking of its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. The harvest began in the first light of day and in crisp 55-degree weather with a touch of morning coastal fog. Sparkling …

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Re-establishing the performance of the Chengdu hotel market

In 2020, Chengdu’s hotel industry accounted for 65.7% of GDP, contributing 52.2% to the city’s economic growth and significantly increasing its contribution to the development of energy levels and savings. In 2021, with the stabilization and control of the pandemic, and the steady recovery of the economy, the performance of …

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10 best quotes from Kyle Richards

As the original actor of The real housewives of Beverly Hills, Kyle Richards showed fans his beautiful homes, his marriage, his four daughters and his difficult relationship with his sister Kim. RELATED: 10 Interesting Facts About The Richards Sisters On The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills From talking about her …

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EuroCave Group announces new CEO | Company

LYON, France – (BUSINESS WIRE) – August 3, 2021– The EuroCave Group (“EuroCave” or the “Company”), world leader in high-end wine cabinets, today announces that Benoît Favier has been chosen by the Board of Directors as its new Managing Director (“CEO”) . Favier most recently served as CEO of La …

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Great reds for full summer | Wine

FEvery now and then I realize that I have overlooked the red wine lovers among you. Those who frankly don’t care if it’s midsummer and prefer to drink big, huge reds than slightly chilled wines (which they consider weed). And who like a good dense, rich chocolate cake, and therefore …

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Five gluten-free cocktails with Bombay Sapphire Gin

Celiac.com 7/23/2021 – Even with a clear statement from the FDA that all distilled alcohol is gluten free, we still get a lot of questions about alcohol and cocktails. Specifically, which brands of alcohol and cocktails are gluten-free. We especially get a lot of questions about gluten-free cocktails with Bombay …

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BYOG Wine Bar opens in Port Jefferson

“Wine bar” doesn’t begin to describe what’s going on at the newly opened BYOG Wine Bar in Port Jefferson. First of all, it’s self-service. There are five temperature-controlled dispensers, each containing four bottles of wine. Read the descriptions and prices, then tap the machine with an electronic chip card (issued …

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RTD alcoholic beverage market in 2021

RDT alcoholic beverages The RTD alcoholic beverage market was worth US $ 26,447.9 million in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.6% during the forecast period 2019 – 2027, to represent US $ 39,428.9 million of ‘by 2027. RTD alcoholic beverages have been gaining popularity in …

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Conor McGregor’s 5 Coolest Buys

Everything about Conor McGregor screams superstar. Whether it’s the MMA legend’s tattoos, his fashion sense, his professional accolades or even his walking Vince McMahon. ‘The Notorious’ made its UFC debut in 2013 and quickly rose to stardom. However, according to rookie Dana White, the Irishman was a star even before …

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New Law to Reshape Liquor Sales at NM »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. A new law that comes into effect today, July 1, prohibits the sale of miniature liquor bottles in convenience stores and liquor stores, among other changes. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis / …

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The Halliday Awards are coming

When the seven members of the Halliday wine companion the tasting team recently met, together they judged the wines that each panelist had put forward as the best of the best from their respective regions. In doing so, a new collaborative system was introduced to determine the varietal category winners. …

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Slowing down the sugar rush to produce better grapes

One of the many challenges that climate change poses to winegrowers is the accelerated rate of ripening of grapes in warmer climates, which can lead to poor color and aroma development. In a new study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, researchers at the University of Adelaide …

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Hollywood Hills Mansion Receives $ 250,000 Price Drop

LOS ANGELES, CA – This towering hillside home offers luxury living with some of Hollywood’s best views. Sitting on 0.67 acres of land, the spectacular home offers multiple decks, a home theater, full bar and wine cellar. The 5-bedroom, 8-bath home is now listed at $ 4.9 million. Address: 6201 …

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Increased protection for Australian wine brands

Wine Australia today launched its Export Label Image Search System (ELISS) to help Australian wine producers protect their intellectual property rights. The development of this online directory for the public has been supported by the Australian Government $ 50 million regional wine and export support package. As of today, label …

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Alcohol sales increase ahead of July 4th weekend

MARQUETTE, Michigan (WLUC) – As the weather warms, people are looking to cool off this Independence Day weekend with their favorite drink. Alcohol sales are increasing in the United States, including the Upper Peninsula. Everyday Wines in Marquette says it has already been a busy week. “We absolutely see an …

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W. & J. Graham’s unveils a new look for Six Grapes

Publicity Leading Port House Unveils Confident, Contemporary New Look For Its Iconic Reserve Port SAN FRANCISCO, California, June 30, 2021 – The house of Porto leader W. & J. Graham’s has redesigned the packaging of its Port Reserve of Six Raisins with a contemporary look inspired by the famous history …

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Who owns SA’s most compelling premium wine brand?

A legacy not yet completely wasted? One of the main wine news of the year so far is that Heineken, the world’s second largest brewer, has approached Distell regarding the potential acquisition of the majority of the liquor company business. local. Distell owns brands like Amarula cream liqueur, Savanna and …

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Global Dry Red Wine Market 2021, Growth Rate, Key Application, Industry Demand, Trends and Segments, Forecast 2028 – The Courier

Market Research Inc included analytical data from Dry red wine market to its massive database. The report includes various business verticals. The report is aggregated on the basis of different dynamic aspects of the market research. The statistical report is compiled using primary and secondary research methodologies. A comprehensive overview …

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Heat the burning problem for Oregon winemakers

A heat wave could cause problems for growers and growers in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday June 29, 2021 How does Pinot Noir behave at temperatures of 116 degrees (47 Celsius)? We will find out. The Willamette Valley, Oregon, had its …

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Jancis Robinson on the rise of Eastern European wines

When I was asked to host another online wine tasting as part of the upcoming FT Weekend Digital Festival, I had no hesitation in choosing a theme. Last time, in September, I opted for new wave Californian wines because I wanted to highlight exciting wines that are off the beaten …

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Investment in fine wines: Super anomalies

One of the things every investor should try to do is look for abnormal prices, which is easier in an inefficient market than in an ultra-analyzed market like all traditional markets currently are. Some time ago at Amphora we discovered what was called the class of “Pomerol anomalies” when we …

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A buyers’ market for the 2019 Bordeaux vintage

Bordeaux 2019 en primer The season, disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, is now underway and it’s a buyer’s market for a vintage that many consider very good. The big news for investors, drinkers and serious wine collectors is that prices for this vintage from the top chateaux are for the …

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Investment in fine wines: A look at 2019

At the beginning of this year, we thought we would put Amphora in the spotlight and ask its CEO and heads of sales, trading and research for their thoughts on 2019: david jackson (PDG): Anticipates a significant contraction in the polarized Burgundy market About ten years ago, the HK/China market …

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How to evaluate good wine

First, we hope this note finds all readers healthy and safe despite the trials and tribulations caused by the pandemic. Second, a note of thanks to Liv-ex who obviously didn’t have to lay off their staff and maintained a good flow of information during the lockdown period. Last week, the …

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Investing in fine wines: a second dilemma

We’ve written several times over the past year about second wines and how they outperform first vintages, and Liv-ex published an insight this week that talks more about it. The simple fact is that, whereas a decade ago a premier cru cost five to six times the price of its …

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R1m for 1% of a winery

Roland Peens wanted to buy a wine farm but, like most people, didn’t have deep enough pockets – especially when some 20-hectare wine farms in the Western Cape sell for as much as R31 million. Today he is known as director of WineCellar.co.za. While touring wineries, he and Extreme Fighting …

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why investing in wine is usually not worth it

Investing in fine wines has become increasingly popular over the past few decades as many players in the wine industry have promoted fermented grapes as a way to increase yields and diversify a portfolio. The rapid increase in public interest has been accompanied by a growing body of economic literature. …

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Investing in good wine: fight or flight

When you’re in the middle of a crisis, you’d think it might help to have been through one before, but any examination of mainstream media would make you think that most journalists are just out of nappies. However, we must remember that it is not in their interest to find …

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Duckhorn – Premium Wines, Premium Play (Pending: NAPA)

Duck Horn (NYSE: NAPA) had a successful public debut as it appears investors are rightly liking the company given the premium brand, margins and continued sales growth. I also like Duckhorn and although it’s probably a decent long term investment I have some concerns about climate change in combination with …

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Investing in Fine Wines: Barolo – The Drinks Business

We had a lot of questions following the Piedmont article and note that Liv-ex continued their promotion with a chart last week highlighting the region’s outperformance over Tuscany over the past two years. The question is, will it remain fragmented and esoteric, or will it be worth considering by mainstream …

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Comparison of luxury investments around the world

Explanatory map: the Caucasus region The Caucasus region has been embroiled in a territorial dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region for decades. Although the outbreaks of the conflict are recent, the origins of the violence date back to the 1980s. But this map allows us to step …

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Investing in grapes: how to adopt a vineyard

Owning a vineyard may sound romantic, but the reality is incredibly hard work. Even if you don’t run it on a daily basis, appointing the right team to do it for you can be time-consuming and difficult. Get it wrong, and your rosy daydream — and your investment — can …

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Bordeaux Index: “2020 saw unprecedented sales in Burgundy”

Fine wine trader Bordeaux Index reported “record” Burgundy sales in 2020, with classified Bordeaux estates also showing “above-expected” performance. Bordeaux Index sold more Burgundy last year than ever The online trader published two documents on February 8 detailing the resilient performance of the market: Bordeaux Index’s 2020 Market Review and …

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U.S. demand for Burgundy blue chips is sudden and high, says UK merchant

Demand for blue chip Burgundy has been sudden and strong among US buyers since tariffs on European wine were suspended by the Biden administration, according to UK trader Bordeaux Index. A 25% tariff imposed by the US government on most French, Spanish and German wines – but not those from …

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Ditch the Race: Create Passive Income Through Ownership

If there’s one thing the pandemic has taught us, it’s that we can actually spend time with our families. In fact, we rather liked it. So much so that many people have completely adopted a strategy to completely ditch the office. Employers are struggling to get around it and employees …

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Award-winning tequila Løs Sundays wins $3.5M Series A funding round, closed by CircleUp Growth Partners

COSTA MESA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Løs Sundays, the fast-growing and award-winning premium tequila brand, today announced a $3.5 million Series A funding round that included San Francisco-based investment group CircleUp Growth Partners , joining earlier investments from Ketch Ventures and Room9. A testament to the rapid growth in consumer demand, the funding …

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Diageo becomes the first spirits company to sign a sponsorship deal with the NFL

Diageo had whiskeys in a bar at its Edinburgh headquarters, where Diageo announced a three-year, £150 million investment to transform its visitor experiences into Scotch whisky. Andrew Milligan | Pictures PA | Getty Images Smirnoff Vodka owner Diageo has signed a multi-year contract with the NFL to become the league’s …

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Reply ‘How much do you charge?’

You’re probably being asked, “How much do you charge?” ” many times. There are several ways to answer the question. You have yours. Let’s look at a few others. The lawyer’s jokeLet’s start with a joke. A guy visits a lawyer and asks him, “How much do you charge?” …

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Investment in good wine: Taking pot shots

We’ve had an increasing number of people asking us recently if they’re doing it right. This may be because the market has been flat for about a year and there has been negligible movement in the valuations of their portfolios. At this point, it’s important to say that no matter …

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Investment in good wine: running out of puff

An interesting article was published earlier this week from wine researcher entitled: “Exaggerated rumors of price deaths in Burgundy”. The essence of the article was an attempt to refute the suggestion that Burgundy prices were running out of steam, while accepting that the rate of price increases was diminishing to …

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Wine is a terrible investment because it is never really liquid

There is nothing more bittersweet than drinking a wine, loving it, and then, over the years, watching that wine become more and more expensive, to the point of not being able to afford it. On the one hand, you’re glad you had the opportunity to drink wine while it was …

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db meeting: Olivier Gasselin from OenoTrade

Founded in 2016, fine wine investment firm Oeno comprises a number of operations, including its wine investment arm, OenoFuture, and OenoTrade, led by Olivier Gasselin, which connects investors in the wine with the private sector of commerce. The company has offices in London, Tuscany and Germany and is looking to …

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Wine the target of investors – and thieves

The value of wine as a solid investment has been proven again – in different ways. © Shutterstock | Wine proves not only a solid investment, but also a stable one. Nothing says class like being chased by the police and trying to evade your pursuers by bombarding them with …

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Golden Opportunity: The Rise of California Fine Wine Exports

With Liv-ex reporting a record year for California wine trading last year, driven by interest in the UK, James Lawrence survey to find out if the Golden State’s top drops are taking off internationally. In the current climate, it is probably normal that the fine wine market is going through …

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Is investing in wine worth it? Find out what the experts are saying

Assembling a collection of fine wines certainly sounds like a glamorous way to store your wealth, but does it really make sense as an uncompromising investment? Jon Wall asks the experts. As an alternative to traditional investments in a diversified portfolio, wine is becoming popular with high net worth individuals. …

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Major Wine Investment Company Opens in Canada

“The opening of our first Canadian office marks an important step for Cult Wines in growing its already impressive track record of performance and leadership in the asset class,” said Tiwari. “Cult Wines is the perfect solution to diversify portfolios and offers transparency, liquidity, security and access to a remarkable …

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Napa Duckhorn Portfolio Wine Group Announces 31% Increase in Third Quarter Sales

In its first report on financial results as a public company, the producer of Napa-based wine brands such as Duckhorn and Decoy provided insight into the financial impacts on one of the North Coast’s largest industries due oversupply, wildfires, floods and the ongoing coronavirus. pandemic. The Duckhorn Portfolio Inc. on …

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Can wine be a good investment? Four key tests

“Wine has been an investment for hundreds of years. Buy five crates. Sell ​​two. Drink three. BIWine’s Joe Marchant offered this direct answer. When a castle retains 20% of its production to sell it after appreciation of the value, it is an investment. When a distributor buys inventory to resell, …

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Exclusive: InvestHK expands to help foreign family offices set up in SAR

Stephen Phillips Invest Hong Kong, a government department for foreign direct investment, will open a separate office at Fairmont House in Central on June 29 to help family offices set up in Hong Kong. He expects the full team serving family offices to start operating soon, Stephen Phillips, managing …

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What are the 10 most expensive wines in the world?

What are the 10 most expensive wines in the world? What happens to the value of a bottle of wine if you drink it? It is a conversation that must often take place around the dinner table after the host announces that he has purchased a bottle of wine that …

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The wine sector takes on the markets

© VWE | Qupé’s owner, Vintage Wine Estates, is looking to go public so it can continue to invest in new brands. Few companies in the wine sector have historically been state-owned. Pegging the number precisely Rob McMillian, the executive vice president of Silicon Valley Bank, says the total would …

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Enlightened Fine Wine Market Trends Investors Should Know About

Sydney, Australia, Aug. 04, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Good wine is one of the luxuries that people deliberately invest in. As a user, if you can still afford your favorite wine, you’re in luck. Because the wine sector is hard hit by the pandemic. Being a good wine, it is …

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Cult Wines Tips Bordeaux 2020 En Primeur will be among the most memorable vintages in Bordeaux history

Advertising Comprehensive report shows Bordeaux thriving despite pandemic-related disruptions, 2020 seen as another successful year NEW YORK, NY (May 10, 2021) – Cult Wines, the global leader in the investment and management of fine wine collections, today released its Report Bordeaux En Primeur, Vintage 2020 showing that the 2020 vintage …

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BNP under fire from Europe’s top wine exporter over loss-making foreign exchange trading

BNP Paribas is facing allegations that its traders mis-sold billions of euros in loss-making forex products to Europe’s biggest wine exporter, the latest accusations in a growing controversy that has also enveloped Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank . J. García Carrión, founded in Jumilla in southeastern Spain in 1890, is …

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Bordeaux Index explains why wine investors toast to a successful year

spear interviews Matthew O’Connell, Head of Investments at Bordeaux Index, about advising on the portfolios of the world’s largest fine wine merchant What is the Bordeaux Index used for? Bordeaux Index is the world’s largest fine wine merchant, with a passion for changing the way fine wines and spirits are …

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Arterra Wines, owned by the teacher, ignores the call to return to the

Arterra Wines, owned by teachers through the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, has refused calls from striking workers to resume negotiations over the weekend. Talks remain stalled as Wine Rack continues to recruit strikebreakers and refuses to accede to demands for fair wage and hour policies that would end the dispute. …

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Chapel Down benefits from the growing popularity of English bubbles

Success toasted: Chapel Down boss Frazer Thompson Champagne becomes old hat. So says the boss of Chapel Down, the largest sparkling wine producer in England, which is on the way to becoming a rival of the French juggernauts of fizz. Frazer Thompson, who has run Chapel Down for two decades, …

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Bordeaux wines and Birkin bags: where the rich put their money

Hermès Birkin bags are increasingly bought as investments Luxury handbags, fine wines, and even sneakers, first-edition comics, and Pokémon cards have become the must-have collectibles for High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs). Shaken by the coronavirus crisis, which has wiped billions of dollars off the value of global economies and financial …

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Newhouse stresses the importance of the wine industry to rural economies and calls for the removal of all tariffs

WASHINGTON DC – Today, Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA) was joined by Congressional Wine Caucus Co-Chair, Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA) and his European Parliament counterparts in posting the following statement on the wine trade relationship between the United States and the EU. Ahead of tomorrow’s US-EU summit in Brussels, this is …

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