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corkage fee

How Does Corkage Fee Work?

How Does Corkage Fee Work? Learn all you need to know about corkage fees and the etiquette you should follow when bringing your own wine to a restaurant. If you’re planning a nice meal out at a restaurant, you may well be happy to choose from their wine list.  However, if you’ve got a special […]

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Can You Drink Cooking Wine?

Can You Drink Cooking Wine?Have you ever wondered if you can drink that expensive cooking wine in the cupboard? In the following post we look at why young people have started a new trend and why it’s such a bad idea.The question posed in the title of this post may seem completely ridiculous to many […]

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Meiomi wines

A Beginner’s Guide to Meiomi Wine

A Beginner’s Guide to Meiomi WineDiscover everything you need to know about Meoimi, the modern and exciting winery that produced the famous Belle Glos Pinot Noir plus an award-winning Chardonnay.Many leading wine labels have a long history, with the vineyards and practices dating back many decades or more.  That’s not the case with Meiomi; only […]

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amarone wine

A Beginner’s Guide to Amarone Wine

A Beginner’s Guide to Amarone WineLearn everything about Amarone wine from its history to what it should be paired with right here.For anyone thinking about buying a bottle of Amarone wine, we urge you to do so. The pleasantly bitter notes of this hugely popular wine, along with the meticulous quality control it endures makes […]

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11 White Grape Varieties Used In White Wine

11 White Grape Varieties Used In White WineMany hobbyist winemakers are wondering which are the white grape varieties used in white wine. A complex question, as there are hundreds of vines grown specifically for winemaking. Some grapes are indigenous to specific regions and rarely found elsewhere. Others are grown in almost all territories.   While it’s […]

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