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Pairings for Thai Food

Thinking a cheeky Thai take-out for dinner tonight? Wondering what to drink with it? Never fear – there’s a wine for that!     With the many wonderful exotic flavours found in Thai cuisine, pairing may seem like a bit of a challenge. Whether it’s a dash of heat from chillies, the lovely sweetness of coconut milk, or the melange of spices, you can be rest assured that there are some delicious drinking options available

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How to Store Open Wine?

How to Store Open Wine Sometimes, in spite of our best efforts, we find ourselves with leftover wine. Who hasn’t opened a bottle, only to have one glass or had a half-filled bottle or two after a party or dinner? The question of how to save your wine to be enjoyed later can be a vexing one. Here are a few simple methods to help ensure that your wine will drink as good on day

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legislation that governs the sale of alcoholic beverages

  a) Alcohol Control b) Dram Shop c) Administrative Liquor Law d) Consumption Statutes   Answer: b) Dram Shop   Drinking wine sooner or latter costs you.  And to end up this, the Dram Shop Act came into existence by civil lawsuits with a motto to prosecute alcohol vendors and bars. In 18th Century England, the ‘Dram Shops’ were into selling gin. The reason behind taking action against them was to stop them from serving

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The world of wine is full of so many choices, but often we find ourselves gravitating towards certain styles. Everyone has a favourite wine, but what does your favourite wine say about you? Here are a few popular grape varieties that are loved the world over, and what these wines say about the people who swear by them. Cabernet Sauvignon – Cabernet Sauvignon is a no nonsense wine. Bold, powerful and nuanced, Cabernet improves with

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  Time to boost up your knowledge – its Tuesday Quiz Time! And today question is: The legislation that governs the sale of alcoholic beverages is called:   a) Alcohol Control b) Dram Shop c) Administrative Liquor Law d) Consumption Statutes   The correct answer will be published on Friday,  meanwhile enjoy the sun and Winepicker – handy app that will help you to choose the perfect wine for your meal out!  

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  If there’s one thing we’ve known since the dawn of man, it’s that wine is good for you. Naturally, we should employ moderation but let’s face facts. Going back to Antiquity, wine has been used as a medicine, a health tonic to help heal all manner of diseases, treat wounds, and improve overall health. Today, we have the benefits of modern science to prove what we’ve known all along. Here are just a few

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Bordeaux name for a traditional small, oak barrel

  a) Berrenque b) Ballique c) Petanque d) Barrique e) Bourgeuil   Answer) (d)  Barrique   A Barrique is a small size barrel that has been used in Bordeaux since ages.  If compared with Barolo and Barbaresco barrels, then there is a much difference in sizes. To refine the taste and smell of the wine, a new Barrique is generally used.  The fermenting and ageing of wines, like Bordeaux, took place in the small barrel,

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  Once you’ve had your fill of classic Champagne style bubbles, try these excellent alternatives. Often fresher and fruitier than their traditional counterparts, these are absolutely brilliant come summer. All the wines listed below are made using the Charmat Method, or Tank Method. Secondary fermentation, the process which creates carbonation in wine, takes place in a series of tanks as opposed to inside the bottle. Note: Though the bulk of the wines listed directly below

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classic sparkling

  Sparkling wines made in the traditional method or methode Champenoise as it is called in Champagne, in which the wine undergoes a secondary fermentation in bottle. A by-product of this process is carbonation; carbon dioxide is produced as yeast converts sugar into alcohol, and with nowhere to escape to, the CO2 dissolves into the wine, yielding the bubbles in your glass when the wine is opened and poured. Try these outstanding fizzes from around

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French wine Chablis is made from which grape variety

a) Sauvignon Blanc b) Chenin Blanc c) Pinot Blanc d) Chardonnay e) Viognier   Answer) (d)  Chardonnay   You all might have tasted a variety of French vines, but have you ever given a thought, from which mineral that most famous French wine is made up of? Well, its Chardonnay, which gives a flavor of butter & nuts in your glass. The Chablis a historic wine-producing town has its key division that lies between terroirs

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  Angus Macnab – Wine-Brand Ambassador from Armit Wines presented a great wine La Rioja Alta Gran Reserva 904 for Wine Picker at London Wine Fair 2017!          

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  Ladies and Gentlmen, it`s Quiz Time! And today question is: the famous French wine Chablis is made from which grape variety? a) Sauvignon Blanc b) Chenin Blanc c) Pinot Blanc d) Chardonnay e) Viognier The right answer will be published on Friday! Meanwhile check Wine Picker for the best Chablis matching your meal!

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  Karina Alarcon P. – export manager of Casas Del Toqui (Wine of Chile) told Wine Picker about the winery and their favourite wine at London Wine Fair 2017!  

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Once you’ve had your fill of classic Champagne style bubbles, try these excellent alternatives. Often fresher and fruitier than their traditional counterparts, these are absolutely brilliant come summer. All the wines listed below are made using the Charmat Method, or Tank Method. Secondary fermentation, the process which creates carbonation in wine, takes place in a series of tanks as opposed to inside the bottle. Note: Though the bulk of the wines listed directly below are

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Quiz 29

  (a) A small bottle of Champagne (b) A sub region of Cognac (c) A village in Champagne (d) A bad vintage of Champagne   Answer) (b) A sub-region of Cognac   The Cognac Delimited Region was formed by plains and small hills with smooth reliefs and is further classified into six growing areas known as crus. The classification has been made based on the climatic conditions and soil regions: Champagnes (Grande and Petite Champagne),

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