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Why are Bordeaux wines so popular and expensive?

This is a question I have often heard asked, one that  I cannot answer with only a few words.

In case you have the opportunity to visit the Mêdoc area (the heart of this region) you will discover a noble feeling, as great castles (Château) impose and shine in the middle of the vineyards. 436 more words

Tasting

Does The Shape Of The Glass Really Matter? Yes, it does!

Why? For several reasons.

The use of glass as a container emerged more than 4000 years ago, and an opaque pearl glass was used for a drinking vessels. 390 more words

Tasting

Fuller's ESB at the Lion

Recently I enjoyed a Fuller’s ESB at the Lion bar whilst wearing my Canterbury Tales shirt. Fuller’s sure do know how to make tasty beer! 69 more words

Beer

Rediscovering Lagavulin

I’m a lucky guy. One of the bedrooms in my house holds most of my whisky collection. I can’t mention that without thanking my lovely wife for putting up with my whisky blog shenanigans. 986 more words

Reviews

Adventure or Curiosity? IDK

With all the coffee related posts, I recalled a recent discussion that happened with my brother and his friend during their last visit to my place. 392 more words

Personal

Behind the beach life: the perfect metaphor for eating oysters

Something that imprints on your memory

Everyone is cherishing the moment.

We love working with the Visit Virginia Beach team showing off how great our Lynnhaven River is!

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Press

Launch on the Loch

I always feel lucky to be asked to attend the launch of something new. To be asked to attend a launch on a cruise at one of Scotland’s most beautiful locations was something else entirely. 661 more words

Tasting