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  • 7 years ago | 0 comments Ice wine (Eiswein)

    Ice wine (Eiswein)

    The Ice wine, also known by the German word Eiswein , is the wine which is made from frozen grapes or naturally freezed grapes, that get frozen in the own vine. This natural freezing effect prevents the freezing of sugar of the grapes, that fact makes that grapes loses water and it makes... read complete post

    albertomartinez Alberto Martínez
  • 7 years ago | 4 comments Global warming affects wine

    Global warming affects wine

    We are all aware of the importance and consequences of global warming, but now another concern has added over this sensitive issue, global warming affects wine , consequently the wine producers and of course, consumers. In the Third World Congress on Climate Change and Wine, held a few... read complete post

    albertomartinez Alberto Martínez
  • 7 years ago | 0 comments Pizza and wines

    Pizza and wines

    Pizza is one of the most popular dishes in the world , from its beginnings in the city of Naples up to the present days has been progressing, taking by assault the palate of the entire world. There are an incredible variety of types of pizza, which vary in their ingredients and preparation,... read complete post

    arnaldoalcon Arnaldo Alcón Cánovas
  • 7 years ago | 1 comments Italian wines

    Italian wines

    Italy is a country with one of the most important cultures of wine , making it one of the leading producers in the world of wine. The Italian wines enjoy of a well deserved reputation as well as the Italian wineries, and have a large and extensive wine territory. Wine in Italy date back... read complete post

    albertomartinez Alberto Martínez
  • 7 years ago | 1 comments Valentine Gifts (II)

    Valentine Gifts (II)

    Valentine's Day comes and we need to serve a glass of love to our partner (corny, huh?). But what would you use to aerate wine? What decanter to use? In Uvinum we’ll show you some of the most interesting (and loving) wine decanters. In first place, we present an original decanter... read complete post

    arnaldoalcon Arnaldo Alcón Cánovas
  • 7 years ago | 1 comments Wine and female sexual desire

    Wine and female sexual desire

    One myth that ended being. There has been a lot of talking and speculation about the consumption of wine and women's sexual desires. Today we can strongly assure that moderate consumption of red wine markedly increases female sexual desire , although it was known that the... read complete post

    albertomartinez Alberto Martínez
  • 7 years ago | 1 comments Wine in literature

    Wine in literature

    No doubt wine is the favorite of all drinks for the world literature , its best exponents of Occident and Orient have never ignored it for better or for worse. The Bible and Wine The first mentions of the poetically called "tears of the vine” can be found in the most printed... read complete post

    albertomartinez Alberto Martínez
  • 7 years ago | 0 comments Learning to smell a wine

    Learning to smell a wine

    One of the senses present in wine tasting is the smell . This sense of smell should be trained for a satisfactory olfactory phase of the wine tasting; it is not something achieved with just being a fan and smelling a couple of wines. Since the only way to train is sniffing again and again... read complete post

    albertomartinez Alberto Martínez
  • 7 years ago | 1 comments Choosing a good wine

    Choosing a good wine

    What is important to choose a wine is to know that more expensive is not always better and the price of each bottle refers to the winemaking process and is not an indicator of quality. The most relevant factors in the cost of a bottle are : • the better or worse care of the grapes... read complete post

    albertomartinez Alberto Martínez
  • 7 years ago | 1 comments How to taste wine without being a wine taster

    How to taste wine without being a wine taster

    All those who enjoy wine and feel a weakness for exquisite flavors are unconsciously wine testers, the senses used to try the wine are: sight, smell and taste, and these senses are not exclusive of a taster or a sommelier . Although, to be an expert wine taster takes many years of... read complete post

    albertomartinez Alberto Martínez

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