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21 Apr 14 Personalized Wine Gifts

Are you interested in a wine gift for that special wine enthusiast in your life? Using the online design technology at www.PersonalizedWineGifts.com, you can design and personalize a wine gift online. We have many products and have ready made templates which are fast and easy to use. It couldn't be simpler. Choose a product, choose a template, personalize and pay online. In a few days it will arrive at your doorstep or the home of the person you are sending it to. . We sell the following ...

20 Apr 14 How to Order Wine in a Restaurant

Wine Ordering Basics ' Just a Sniff, a Sip, and a Swallow Perhaps you're comfortable ordering your 'grande, nonfat, extra hot, wet cappuccino' every morning or having it your way every afternoon with your 'hold the onions, hold the bun, pickles on the side, extra cheese cheeseburger wrapped in lettuce.' However, that doesn't mean you're exactly thrilled when it comes to ordering wine in a shi-shi restaurant. With just a little 'how to' knowledge, you can start ordering wine with your head held ...

19 Apr 14 Raise A Glass To The Best Wine Of The Month Gifts!

Are you looking for some of the best wine of the month gifts? We have taken out all the hard work and done your research for you. See our Wine Gifts page (http://www.gourmet-food-gifts.com/wine-gifts.htm) for our suggestions, but here's a little information you need before buying any wine of the month gifts. First, you need to decide your budget. If it's small, that's not a problem. There are so many choices when it comes to wine gifts: number of months, number of wines, color of wines, regions ...

18 Apr 14 How to Begin Wine Collecting

Some people collect wine for money...and some people collect wine because they have a passion for wine. Irregardless of whether you're collecting wine for profit or for pleasure, collecting wine requires some investment. Enjoying wine is a completely different thing from collecting wine, bear this in mind. When it comes to collecting wine, one of the most important thing to consider is where you're going to keep the wine. A substantial portion of your investment towards your wine collection ...

17 Apr 14 Why Should You Join a Wine Club?

Not sure what wines to buy? Always buy the same thing? Looking for a regular supply of wines direct to your door? If the answer is yes to any of the above, then you should consider joining a wine club. Wine clubs have become increasingly popular in recent years and offer a number of benefits when it comes to buying wine. The main advantage of joining a wine club is that you get to enjoy a regular supply (monthly or quarterly depending on the wine club) of expertly selected wines. Unlike a ...

16 Apr 14 Enjoy the Light and Fruity Taste of Gamay Wines

Gamay wines come from the Gamay grape harvested in the Beaujolias region of France. This grape is purple in color and is used to make red wines and when grown in acidic soil, the acid in the soil helps to soften the natural acidity of the grape. In addition to the grapes grown in Beaujolais, these grapes are also grown in a few vineyards in Ontario, California and New Zealand. One of the distinct features of wines made from Gamay grapes is its fruity flavor, scent, and strong likeness to Pinot ...

15 Apr 14 Send Plants Instead Of A Flowers Delivery? Absolutely!

Beautiful. Interesting. Thoughtful. Frugal. Smart. All of these words come to mind when you send your friends and family plants for the special moments in their lives. Beautiful in that they are alive and thriving. A gift of plants is interesting because a plant is a unique gift to give that most people wouldn't think about. If you have interest in a person, sending flowers is a terrific way to show it, but if you are trying to convey friendship over love, a plant is as thoughtful as flowers, ...

14 Apr 14 Save Time During Holidays by Using a Chicago Flower Delivery Service

Holiday enjoyment can sometimes be marred by the fact that we tend to exhaust ourselves trying to get into the spirit of the season. With such repeated exposure to this kind of "fun" then getting 'funned out' in the process, soon we learn to dread the coming holidays instead of actually looking forward to them. Thanksgiving is particularly becoming stressful to a lot of homemakers because this is one visible sign for the coming of one holiday right after the other' and yes, these holidays ...

13 Apr 14 Cultural food - Special Confinement food for after delivery care.

Among the Asian, many ethnic groups have their own after birth dietary care. This is based on the belief that the health of the mother is significantly weakened during the childbearing period and the labour process where lots of blood is lost. For the Ethnic Chinese, the first 30 days after child birth is called the 'confinement period'. It is also the most crucial 'window period' where the mother's body is able to absorb the required nutrients in it's maximum capacity. During the confinement ...

12 Apr 14 Determining if a wine is spoiled

b>How to spot a bad wine When a waiter brings the bottle of wine to the table and offers you the cork, do you sniff it? What do you do with that splash of wine he pours into your glass? Why doesn't he just deliver the wine you ordered, place it on the table and walk away? This is your opportunity to ensure the wine is not only the one you ordered, but also that the bottle has not been ruined by improper storage or by wild bacteria and fungus. And since it takes only a sip to determine of the ...