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How To Make: Yes To Espresso Cocktail

Want to enjoy a delicious cocktail, but need a small pick-me-up at the same time? I’ve got you covered! Here’s a coffee cocktail that will keep you energized. 60 more words

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Wine of the week: Credo Chenin Blanc

The awards won by this truly exceptional wine testify to its unique niche and character. Unlike boutique estates, where the grape choices are limited to estate sites, the winemakers select the grapes for Credo from the best terroir the Stellenbosch winelands has to offer. 271 more words

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How To Make: Jammin' Java Cocktail

Want to enjoy a delicious cocktail, but need a small pick-me-up at the same time? You’ve come to the right place! Spec’s has put together some of our favorite coffee cocktails that will keep you energized. 79 more words

Chad Pitt

Wine of the Week - Victor Vineyards, Lawson Ranch Chardonnay 2012, Lodi

Victor, CA is a tiny place – home to Victor Vineyards, east of Lodi. Ask the 290 residents why the rooster crossed the road and they’re quick to let you know it was a bird that preferred wine over water and would cross the highway at harvest time to get to the vineyard! 114 more words

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Wine of the Week #2 - 'S' Sigma Mellasat 2012 White Pinotage, Paarl Coast

To my friend who once denounced my fondness for South Africa’s native Pinotage, I can only say he was totally wrong – Pinotage hasn’t tasted like burnt rubber tires (his words) for a very long time. 199 more words

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Wine of the Week - Marchesi Fumanelli Valpolicella Classic Superiore DOC 2010

Since 1470, Marchesi Fumananlli, in the heart of Valpolicella, Italy, has been making wines. This 2010 Squarano is an elegant, mature and complex wine with a deep ruby red color, made from 40% Corvina, 40% Corvinone and 20% Rondinella grapes. 88 more words

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Wine of the Week 19 - a superior Bordeaux Supérieur

I’m not a great one for the cheaper end of Bordeaux, the sort of wine that was described as ‘luncheon claret’ when I joined the wine trade. 446 more words

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