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Wine Minis!

If you have a half hour before you have to leave, a short break at work, or 30 minutes on the subway, the Bubbly Professor has a quick little study tool for you. 384 more words

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Wednesday's Meritage - Wine Quiz Answer, WTSO Marathon, Dangers of Twits, Natural Wines Commotion

Meritage Time!

Of course we are staring with the answer to the weekly wine quiz #109, where you were supposed to identify 8 wines by the image on top of the bottle cap or a capsule. 632 more words

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Weekly Wine Quiz #109: How Well Do You Know Your Wines, Part 4

The Wine Quiz series is not meant to intimidate. The whole idea here is to have fun and learn something new. When answering the questions, it is fully encouraged to use all available sources of information, including Google or any other search engine. 126 more words

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Wednesday's Meritage - Wine Quiz Answer, Science of Taste, #WBC15 coming to Finger Lakes, World's Best Restaurant Wine Lists

Meritage Time!

I’m still trying to get into my regular posting rhythm, but the Wine Bloggers Conference, which I just attended this past weekend, while was a great experience, became also an issue. 653 more words

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The George Club , Mayfair , WIne Tasting Quiz , Monday July 7th

Following our recent  wine tasting and  quiz night in Highgate for 100 people in aid of  KINOE we hosted one for The Mcgrath Foundation at The George Private members club in Mayfair.

We had a mixture of wine related questions on a  variety of subjects including Geography, Art , Music , Culture and a new Logo round.

The 6 wines were all served blind and chosen from The George wine list .We recently visited the vast  cellar under Annabels to chose this selection.

Wine 1: Chardonnay ‘Terres Dorees 2012. Jean Paul Brun. Beaujolais. France.

Wine 2: Torrontes ‘ Composed by Hispa’ 2012. Argentina.

Enticing aromas similar to Gewurztraminer, with hints of apricot stone, flowers, and lychees. On the palate, it has a beautiful structure and acidity along with enticing fruit flavours that keep you coming back for another sip. Fruity, floral and yet still quite dry, this Argentinian Torrontes has a bitter almond finish.

Wine 3: Sylvaner 2008, Joseph Cattin. Alsace. France
Golden in colour with a pronounced nose of honey combe, wax and dry hay this Alsatian Sylvaner has as a lovely lingering silky mouth feel.

Wine 4: St Amour 2012 Domaine des Pins. Beaujolais, France.

On the nose, loganberry, raspberry, hint of banana skin & wet flannel. In the mouth this young Beaujolais is fruity with light body & low tannin.
Wine 5: Malbec ‘Composed by Hispa’ 2012. Argentina.

Wine 6: Mark’s Club Saint Emilion 2009. Moueix. Bordeaux, France.

This st Emillion from2009 is a classic merlot dominated claret with lovely notes of polished wood, forest floor red fruits leather and smoke .On the palate plumb and more delicious savoury notes.

We were delighted by the amount of money raised for the charity and the excellent   feedback from the 40 attendees.

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Weekly Wine Quiz #108: How Well Do You Know Your Wines, Part 3

The Wine Quiz series is not meant to intimidate. The whole idea here is to have fun and learn something new. When answering the questions, it is fully encouraged to use all available sources of information, including Google or any other search engine. 170 more words

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June recipes - a collection of deliciousness

Greetings, fearless bakers!

I hope you all managed to take Gerri’s Terribly Difficult Wine Quiz. Here are the answers:
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