The holidays are a time for delicious food shared with company. Most of us will be hosting holiday parties, entertaining family, or making traditional holiday goodies to pass around with friends and family. Whatever your tradition, chances are you’ll be spending a little more time in the kitchen in the coming month or two than you would be otherwise.
Too much green wine is giving consumers a headache.The proliferation of wineries making various environmental claims — from “organic” to “sustainable” to “fish friendly” wines — threatens to leave the average wine buyer befuddled.
One of the greatest inventions of all time, oenophiles will surely agree, is the innovative use of natural cork as a stopper for wine bottles. Cork oak trees are limited in population, but are harvested with great care in the warm Mediterranean climates of Spain and Portugal.
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