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27/11/2013

New wine with 100 Parker points : Alvear Pedro Ximenez 2011

100 points, the highest score of Robert Parker’s scoring, has been given to the Alvear Pedro Ximenez 2011, a sweet wine from Montilla - Moriles that stunned the American critics.

According Luis Gutierrez,

Alvear’s 2011 Pedro Ximenez de Anada is the most amazing Pedro Ximenez I have ever tasted. It may also be one of the first to be vintage-dated. The grapes were...

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25/11/2013

Operation bikini? Operation Christmas with wine and ham!

Are you on a diet? But you like ham and wine? Well do not worry; everything we had previously thought about whether the ham fattens might not be entirely true. Now that Christmas is approaching and Christmas baskets come from the office, do not worry! It will serve you to make a diet!

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6/11/2013

The world's best whisky in 2014

 

Glenmorangie Ealanta whisky was voted best whisky of 2014 by "The Whisky Bible," the publication of reference for whisky lovers worldwide.

The guide "The Whisky Bible 2014", which is not yet available for sale, announced the best whisky in the world this year, the Glenmorangie Ealanta, a new version of Glenmorangie Distillery. After have aged 19 years, it was put...

1/11/2013

How to have a small cellar at home

Any fan of the magnificent wine world already thought about making a small cellar in his house, and not only because they want to have good brand in perfect state available at any time, but also because he can buy wine on favorable condition: he acquires them without completing their aging and then allowed to complete it at home, while the market value multiplies.

28/10/2013

The origin of wine

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 ...