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Pursue a Brewing or Winemaking Degree Abroad

Why do you want to study brewing or winemaking? Maybe you want to manage and operate your own vineyard or winery. Maybe you want to enter the distilling industry as a brewmaster in a production plant. 608 more words

Isa Degrees Abroad

The Book of Wine: A Review

The New York Times Book of Wine: More than 30 Years of Vintage Writing has been my bedtime reading for the past month or so. It’s an immensely civilised project: one drifts off to sleep in a setting that can only remind you of an Agatha Christie murder mystery. 183 more words

Book Reviews

World's Oldest Bottle Of Wine

From Wikipedia –

The Speyer wine bottle is a bottle of liquid, most probably wine, originally found near Speyer, in Germany, in 1867, and has been called the world’s “oldest existing bottle of wine”. 27 more words

A Baltic Love Story: The Intrigue of 170-year-old Shipwrecked Champagne

The internet is bursting with news of champagne: the BBC1, Fox2, NBC3, Discovery News4, Science5, Nature6, Popular Science7, Smithsonian Magazine8 (who published the most complete summary I’ve seen), and many more are all bubbling with excitement over the discovery of 170-year-old champagne bottles shipwrecked in the Baltic Sea.   739 more words

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Long Island Wines Shine at Laurel Lake Vineyards, Waters Crest Winery and Lieb Cellars!

This past week we took a ride along the North Fork of Long Island to stop at a few vineyards that we have been in touch with recently via social media… 1,089 more words