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1). Join the Club: Wine Clubs  By : R. Adam Shore
One of the best ways to get access to great, and sometimes less accessible, wines is to join a wine club. These clubs are free to join and can result in you enjoying a greater variety of wines. Whether retailer operated, or direct through the winery, wine clubs will enhance your wine drinking pleasure.

2). Fruit Wine Making: Using Kits Or Fresh Fruits Is A Matter Of Personal Choice  By : Sharon Price
Making wine using fruits, kits and information on making beer from home

3). The Art Of Wine Tasting  By : John Savage
Wine tasting is much more than simply sipping, swishing, and swallowing.

4). Wine Racks for Storing Wines  By : George Wood
To prevent wine bottles from being broken and to store wine in a cool, dark place you need wine storage racks. Storage racks allow you to organize your wine collection and keep it safe and sound.

5). If You Like Wine, Consider Joining A Wine Club  By : Gregg Hall
Why are wine clubs begun? There are any number of reasons. Perhaps it is because they get special pricing available only to members of a wine club, perhaps they want to take advantage of the variety available every month, and some form because of the social interaction and sharing their favorites with their friends.

6). A Look At Bordeaux And Burgundy Wines  By : Gregg Hall
The regions of Bordeaux and Burgundy in France are world renowned for producing some of the best wines available anywhere. Letís take a look at them individually.

7). How To Know What Wine To Order In A Restaurant  By : Gregg Hall
It can be embarrassing if you are out on a date at a fancy restaurant and you donít know the right wine to order, itís even worse if you are out with another couple.

8). A Look At Cabernet Sauvignon And Merlot Wines  By : Gregg Hall
Grown in the famous Bordeaux predominately, the Cabernet Sauvignon grape is one of the most versatile and widely used of all grapes for winemaking.

9). Is Drinking Red Wine Really Good For You?  By : Gregg Hall
Many of us have heard the claim that drinking red wine can actually be healthy, but how much is healthy?

10). How To Taste Wine Like A Pro  By : Gregg Hall
Nobody likes to look like an amateur when doing anything and wine tasting is no exception. By simply following a few guidelines you can look as if you have been to dozens of wine tastings even if you donít know a cabernet sauvignon from a pinot noir.

11). How To Understand Labels On Wine Bottles  By : Gregg Hall
There is already a stigma attached to wine of being a high class beverage and above the ordinary citizen without the added feeling of ignorance when trying to understand and comprehend what the terminology on the labels means.

12). The Relationship Of Wine And Food  By : Gregg Hall
The relationship between wine and food goes back a long way and there are long standing traditions governing the pairing of certain wines with certain foods. This proper combination of the appropriate wine with a delicious meal results in an enjoyable experience by all who are participating in the event.

13). Stop Serving The Wrong Wine  By : Lee Dobbins
A guide to some of the most widely available wines, their flavor and what types of meals they go best with.

14). Wine Gifts - Elegant, Thoughtful & Elite  By : Tyson J Stevenson
Sending a wine gift is considered elegant and reflects upon the thoughtfulness of the sender of the gift.

15). Wines To Keep You Warm And Fuzzy  By : John Williams
Ever wondered what the best wines were to go with the food that helps keep you warm? Even during Summer, a brisk rainstorm can bring about a sudden chill to the air. And we all know Winter can be a chilling experience. For this article, how to keep warm is the question at large.

16). Keep Wine Chilled - Use a Wine Cooler  By : Rory H. Hawkins
Wines taste best served at the right temperature. From 7įC for non vintage sparkling to 18įC for vintage port. Different types of wines need to be served at different temperatures. Wine coolers serve the purpose of chilling your wine to the right temperature.

17). Benefits of Using a Wine Rack  By : Rory H. Hawkins
Temperature, humidity, lighting conditions and movement play important roles for wines to mature properly. Wines need to be kept in a safe place if they are to be stored for any amount of time. And there is no other way of storing wines safely other than investing in a wine rack.

18). If You Are A Wine Connoisseur You Have To Visit Napa Valley  By : Gregg Hall
California is a state that simply must be visited at least once in a lifetime. Whether you choose to travel alone or as a family, California is full of things to see and do. If youíre a newly wed, planning a honeymoon, or just a romantic at heart, California is calling you.

19). How to Drink Wine like a Professional  By : Barney Garcia
Most people like to enjoy a glass of wine once in a while, but to other people, drinking wine is an art form and they take it very seriously. The following article will give you tips on how to drink, taste and serve wine professionally.

20). The Never Ending Appeal of Frozen Drinks  By : Mike Freemen
Kicking back with a frozen drink in your hand is a great treat. This article tells you how you can enjoy great frozen drinks at home any time.

21). Satisfy Your Wine Desires - Join a Wine Club  By : Jerry Powell
If you are a wine fanatic, you have many options to satisfy your thirst. But before you choose an option, you should know how to taste wine.

22). A Look At Red Wines and White Wines  By : Gregg Hall
Most of us know that wine comes from grapes that are aged. But have you ever wondered what helps the grape age properly and why red wines need more time to age than white wines?

23). An Explanation Of Different Wines  By : Gregg Hall
If you are thinking of entertaining in your home, having dinner parties, or you just want to have a bit of knowledge for that next romantic dinner here are some descriptions for you of different classifications of wine and why they are named the way they are.

24). The Flavor And Goodness Of Red Wine  By : Lee Dobbins
Red wine is a popular drink in the US and considering that there are over 600 million gallons of wine sold there each year itís good to know that it has health benefits too.

25). What is Bartending?  By : Barney Garcia
A bartender is someone who serves beverages behind a licensed bar to paying customers. A bartender can also be called a barkeep or a barmaid. Bartenders are found in bars, pubs, taverns, nightclubs and other such places.

26). Wine Storage is the Key to Preserving and Aging your Wine  By : smgenie
Wine storage is key to the success of any collection. If you enjoy collecting find wines then you will want to look into the best of all wine storage options. There are many different ways to store your wine but no matter which wine storage solution you choose you will need to keep the conditions constant. The temperature of any wine ...

27). Wine Clubs - A Convenient Way to Know Wine  By : Jason Connors
Wine clubs have been sprouting up in recent years as a result of an increased interest in wine and greater wine consumption. In fact, according to figures from the Wine Institute, sales of wine in the United States went up four percent in 2004. Exports of wine by other countries to the U.S. remain steady since foreign wineries have found the United...

28). Wine Tasting In Derbyshire Ė Gear Up Your Team Building Attitude With Your Corporate Colleagues  By : Greg Birbeck
WineĖtasting in Derbyshire is a fascinating adventure that evokes team-building attitude amongst the corporate people. Wine, the life savior drink for the people of Derbyshire, offers a unique opportunity to people to laugh hilariously, enjoy together and know one another better. This adventure truly promises a time when people can test their team ...

29). Wine Storage Temperature And Serving Suggestions  By : Steven Edwards
The love of wine has existed since the dawn of time. Fossil vines, 60-million-years-old, are the earliest scientific evidence of grapes. The earliest written account of viniculture is in the Old Testament of the Bible which tells us that Noah planted a vineyard and made wine (well with all those animals on the Ark what was he expected to do!)...

30). Corks or screw caps - The closing argument  By : James Pendleton
It is now very rare to find the total use of natural cork to stop wine bottles with the Rioja region of Spain being the most obvious exception. Increasingly, for a wide variety of reasons, the use of plastic stoppers and screw caps is becoming widespread. Why is this so, and what are the pros and cons of each method, and what should we be looking f...

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