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  • 7 years ago | 0 comments Tasting notes

    Tasting notes

    Okay, I’ve tried a wine and I want to do a more or less academic speech... How should I do that? Well, we “Uviners”, like all kind of opinions, especially those who tell favorite wine pairing, if you decided to buy wine through Uvinum and found it cheap, or if your... read complete post

    arnaldoalcon Arnaldo Alcón Cánovas
  • 7 years ago | 9 comments Musica online gratis y sin anuncios

    Musica online gratis y sin anuncios

    Desde hace ya bastantes meses vengo usando Grooveshark . Un servicio de streaming que te permite escuchar la música que quieras de forma gratuita, que a diferencia de Spotify en su versión gratuita no ponen cortes publicitarios, cosa que se agradece enormemente. Grooveshark solo... read complete post

    alombarte Albert
  • 7 years ago | 0 comments Twitter's Fledgling Wine launches

    Twitter's Fledgling Wine launches

    In an exciting convergence of technology, CSR, and wine, yesterday Twitter launched it's first wine, called Fledgling Wine. The 2009 vintage includes a Pinot Noir and Chardonnay , sourced from "top-flight California vineyards", crushed at San Francisco's DIY custom crush... read complete post

    laurendickinson Lauren Dickinson
  • 7 years ago | 0 comments When drinking your wine is not enough

    When drinking your wine is not enough

    If it is too hot this summer to comfortably enjoy your Cab, you can try it in sorbet form now thanks to Wine Cellars sorbet . Although I've seen other wine flavored ice creams and sorbets before, this was the first time I'd come across the company designed soley on this idea. The result... read complete post

    laurendickinson Lauren Dickinson
  • 7 years ago | 2 comments Consumers stay home and drink wine

    Consumers stay home and drink wine

    Good news for the wine industry: a recent survey shows wine has become consumers' first choice in the US, UK, and Australia when they stay at home, which itself remains a strong trend as people seem reluctant to return to their pre-Crisis levels of spending on eating and drinking out.... read complete post

    laurendickinson Lauren Dickinson
  • 7 years ago | 2 comments Wine and Tourism

    Wine and Tourism

    After reading a review by Manuel Colmenero Larriba of Lluis Tolosa's new book España no es California , in which he discusses the issue of attracting tourists to Spanish wine regions, I thought of all the news I have been recieving recently about Napa - new restaurants with... read complete post

    laurendickinson Lauren Dickinson
  • 7 years ago | 0 comments Thoughts on food and wine pairing

    Thoughts on food and wine pairing

    How to choose a wine to match your food is an never ending discussion as we continue to search for the best strategy to deal with our ever increasing options. I was recently reading Olly Smith's The Complete Summer Wine Guide, and while I found it entertaining to read and very helpful in... read complete post

    laurendickinson Lauren Dickinson
  • 7 years ago | 1 comments Icewine comes to Spain

    Icewine comes to Spain

    Unlike in the New World, where appellations are still being defined ( for example segmentation crazy Napa Valley, who seems to be in constant turmoil, most recently over a new proposed Mayacama Mountain range AVA ), the Old World wine producing countries usually look at their wine... read complete post

    laurendickinson Lauren Dickinson
  • 7 years ago | 1 comments Shipwrecked Champagne

    Shipwrecked Champagne

    According to a Reuters report that will surely inspire jealousy in wine loving divers across the world, a group of Swedish divers discovered what is being called the oldest known drinkable Champagne in a shipwreck in the Baltic Sea . They believe the bottles are from the late 18th... read complete post

    laurendickinson Lauren Dickinson
  • 7 years ago | 3 comments BYOB comes to London

    BYOB comes to London

    Having usually been allowed to bring a special bottle of wine if I so chose to a nice restaurant as long as I was willing to pay a corkage fee, it was not until recently that it occurred to me that this could be considered a privilege and not a right. It was not actually until my first... read complete post

    laurendickinson Lauren Dickinson

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