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Should You Buy Wine Bottles With Screw Cap Or Cork?
Traditional Wine Lovers wеrе рrоbаblу thе mоst resisting аnd skeptical whеn screw-caps саmе оntо thе market.. Вut things hаvе changed, аs hаvе mоst оf thе bottles on thе market today. Ѕо whу thе change? The Prepared Idiot explores thе advantages оf thе screw-cap wine bottle.
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The Idiot’s Guide to the History of American Wine
Americans drink millions of gallons of wine every year. In fact, the act of wine drinking has become an art all its own. The history of American wine stretches back to 1629 when the first grapes were planted in what is now present day San Antonio, New Mexico. Today, there are now over 8,000 wineries in North America producing hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of gallons of wine every year. But what led up to this point, and where did wine production begin in the U.S.? Continue reading
The Idiot’s Guide to the History of French Wine
The French are well known for their fabulous food, extraordinary fashion, and of course their wine. The history of French wine is nothing to shake a fist at, and is far too extensive to include every detail in a single blog post. But, alas, in order to be a true wino you must know a bit about French wine and where it came from. Continue reading
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What is the Difference between Red, White, Sparkling Wine?
If you are anything like me the thought of going to the giant-mega store to buy a wine was always overwhelming! The the good new is buying a good wine is not as hard as you may think. Here is a little cheat-sheet to help you figure out what you are going to buy on your way to that romantic evening or dinner party. Continue reading