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Barbaresco San Cristoforo riserva, La Contea Neive, 2007 (DOCG)

La Contea is a beautiful restaurant in Neive, an area comprising two settlements: the old town on the hill and the new village at the base of it. 821 more words

Adventure

Cantina Sociale: A Wine-Ful Discovery...

Last week, my friends and I decided to go discover a new place in Beirut. Passing by the busy streets of Ashrafieh, a new place pops up on the main way to Sassine. 449 more words

Food

2016 edition

by Abdon FLORES

The Grand Tasting is back in town. Since 2005, late November has been the date chosen by Bettane+Desseauve (b+d) to gather in Paris a noticeable selection of wines from allover France and part of the world. 173 more words

Life & Style

Review| La Cité du vin, Bordeaux

Entry Fee: 20.00 € (Book online for ease)

Accessibility: 10/10 (Quick and easy with its own tram stop)

Ease to get around: 6/10 (could do with more lifts during busy periods) 548 more words

France

ISU prof's microfluidics machine promises nearly instant wine

For centuries, winemaking has been a messy, time-consuming operation, taking weeks just to ferment and sometimes years to mellow grape juice into something you’d actually drink. 702 more words

University Research

Oenology Destination: Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland is the largest region in New Zealand, with 1.5 million residents. Aside from having picturesque sites—volcanoes and islands mixing with urbanity—Auckland is essentially a wine region housing some of the oldest vineyards in the country. 200 more words

Wine

What is Oenology?

Oenology is the scientific study of wine production. It covers the complete wine-making process from growing grapes to promoting wine to consumers. In order to shed more light on this subject, Ideal Wine Company explains the role of an oenologist. 425 more words

Ideal Wine Company