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One often hears descriptions like vanilla, butter, pineapple, pear or lychee for wine. So if wine is made from grapes, where do all these other flavours come from? 92 more words


"Trade Lunch" - a new idea for wine industry people in Paris

A play on the word “trade” being both a description for those within a certain industry as well as an exchange.

The idea is very simple. 290 more words

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Celebrate Spring Blossoms with The Niagara Wine Trail

Niagara County, NY – The Niagara Wine Trail is celebrating its 12th anniversary with their annual Wine Trail Blossoms event during Mother’s Day weekend. Taking place May 9th – 11th, Wine Trail Blossoms is sure to showcase the wineries spring preparations. 213 more words


If You Are A Wine Person And Foodie, Relationships WILL NOT WORK Unless Both Share The Same Passion!

I usually don’t use my blog to speak about my personal life but for years people have been making fun of me for my opinion on relationships. 566 more words

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#MWWC9: Paranoid, Phobic, and Terrified... Oh My!

The Monthly Wine Writing Challenge or MWWC for short gives us bloggers an opportunity to tap into our wee minds and unleash hell on whatever theme the past month’s winner dishes out. 317 more words


Hunter Valley Gardens

A beautiful place for a Sunday drive. There is something for everyone. Located at the top of the Hunter Valley, within easy driving distance of Newcastle. 149 more words

Today's Wine Review

Spring is well under way with sunny skies and warmer temperatures. Sitting around soaking up some sun and gentle breezes also includes sipping lighter wines. Red wine is always in for some, but spring and summer offer lighter fare, more salads, grilled chicken and chilled beverages. 216 more words

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