More and more celebrities and stars produce their own wines; fame increases the success of their releases, a phenomenon that we already witnessed in perfume and clothing. But the new trend for those stars seems to be the production of wine.
The Jack Daniel's Distillery is one of the most famous (and controversial) distilleries in the world. Its flagship product, the Jack Daniel's is still at the center of discussions as to whether it is a whiskey or bourbon. This controversy helped the famous brand of Tennessee to achieve its world-renowned. In your opinion, what are the Jack Daniel's best sellers’ products on Uvinum? Keep reading, you'll be surprised...
The caipirinha is one of the quintessential summer drinks: both lemon caipirinha and lime caipirinha or even the new sensation, strawberry caipirinha, transmit us the pleasure of the fruit, intensified by the sensual alcohol touch that only a good cachaça from Brazil can give us.
But what cachaça should we chose to make the best homemade caipirinha? At Uvinum we show you the 3 best-selling cachaças, in order to make a tremendous caipirinha:
Cachaça Ypióca 1L, a classic that you should not miss
Cachaça Ypioca Crystal 1L, a hight class cachaça
Cachaça 51 1L, don't miss our best-selling cachaça!
In our series on cocktails, today we are going to discover the caipiroska, perhaps one of the least known, but just as tasty as the other ones, that is perfect for the hot summer we’re living.
Sancerre wine is known worldwide for its taste, its good value for money and how well you can work the Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. In France it is one of the most demanded wines, but do you know which Sancerre wines are the most sold abroad? Today we show you the five Uvinum best-selling Sancerre wine worldwide:
Vacheron Belle Dame 2007, a great Sancerre wine
Alphonse Mellot Génération XIX Blanc 2007, a good value for money
Alphonse Mellot Génération XIX 2005, you will be surprised by this tremendous wine
Saget Blanc 375ml 2009, don't miss this Sancerre wine!
Pierre Archambaut Rosé 2009, this is the best seller ! Try it too!
Less alcohol, less sweetness, less sugar, less intensity. Early harvest wines are watched with a magnifying glass by ones and eagerly sought by others, who prefer them. Yes there is a big difference between them and other wines, especially for growers, whose neurons are left trying to decide when is the appropriate time to begin harvesting.
While in all stores and malls the last sales coexists with the first arrivals of jackets, coats, turtleneck sweaters and corduroy pants, as always, life on the other side informs us of the opposite. There is nobody who can buckled a button in this heat without sweating and it makes us feel even less desire to go to work.
In a post dedicated to the 3 most refreshing summer cocktails, we could not forget the kings of the summer night: mojito, margarita (add a bit of tamarind and you will notice the improvement), daiquiri and caipirinha. But, as we already know them very well (and when I say well I mean plenty, I mean, because everyone here we have tasted them time after time and again in their different variations and flavours, we have even come to prepare them at home and we have also dared to dance after X amount ingested), I thought that it could be a good idea to expand our ethylic culture so I will propose three different ones.
Fruit cups or summer cups are among the most appreciated drinks by the English in summer. The mix of fruits and liqueur makes us go crazy! Softness and freshness and all that together in one singular drink! It can be defined as a mixture of a high-alcohol spirit (gin, whisky or brandy, normally) with some of those marvellous fruits we can find in the United Kingdom: strawberries, peaches and inclusively tea or cucumber.