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28/10/2013

The origin of wine

 TAGS:There are two myths about the origins of fermentation. The first is that the beer was "invented" or more accurately, discovered by chance. The second, that the wine was also an accident. It is highly unlikely that, given the elegantly simple and yet so complex brewing process, the beer was no more than a coincidence. The same goes for the wine, although it is likely that our ...

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21/10/2013

How to remove the smell of wine cork

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The American food popularizer Harold McGee published some time ago in a U.S. newspaper a curious article in which, with his usual dose of good humor as well as scientific rigor, he spoke about the delicate organoleptic balance of the wine and how easily we can “spoil " a good wine according to the materials with which it may enter in...

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18/10/2013

How prestigious wine regions achieved success?

 TAGS:A few days ago I was reading a great article in the journal La revue de vin de France. Recommended to anyone who wants to understand how they formed the great world wine regions such as Bordeaux, Burgundy, Tuscany, etc ... Wines that today are recognized worldwide and whose market prices sometimes reach thousands of...

16/10/2013

The best Bierzo wines in 2013 by Parker

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As always, when the brand Parker visits a DO, the waiting time is long. We all want to know what are the best wines of Bierzo 2013, according to Parker. Moreover, the last visit, in 2011, was the origin of the Jay Miller controversy, and there has been an interest in how Luis Gutierrez punctuation would evolve. The result: by examining the Bierzo 2013 wines Parker tasted...

14/10/2013

Drinks without hangover ?

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Recently, a group of Australian scientists has discovered the formula for making a beer that does not give a hangover. How did they do? This group belongs to the Griffith Health Institute in Queensland, which used mineral electrolytes for his invention.

The new mineral drink contains electrolytes, the same as those used in sports drinks, and they act to reduce ...

11/10/2013

How to quickly cool your beer

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At certain times of year, like summer, some drinks heat up quickly, losing its freshness and flavor. This is the case of beer, which warm or hot, it doesn’t taste the same and isn’t as good on the palate. The beer should be drunk chilly to take away the heat. To cool it quickly, we have some options.

We can put the beer in a large bowl filled with water and ice. It is...

7/10/2013

Gins, the fashionable classics

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Gin is an English spirit with alcohol content between 43 and 47 degrees, for processing distilled unmalted barley, and flavored with angelica and cardamom, among other herbs.

Among the most classic gins are 3 brands that do not lose their privileged position among the tastes of consumers in the entire world:

  • Beefeater Gin is a brand created in London by James...