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Articles in Category "Wine Lifestyle"

Wine Gifts: Getting What you Want

by Jennifer Jordan
When it comes to the holidays, there is a right and wrong way to get the presents you want. For instance, making a detailed list and giving it to family and friends is the right way, performing a lap...
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The Songs of Wine

by Jennifer Jordan
When it comes to wine, we use a variety of our senses. Our sense of taste and our sense of smell helps us perceive flavors and aromas, our sense of sight helps us look for legs, helping us to...
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Removing Red Wine Stains

by Jennifer Jordan
There are few things that will send a clean freak into a nervous breakdown like a red wine stain: red, red wine, when it's spilled on the table and running onto the carpet, doesn't make you feel so...
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Wine Moments of the Big and Small Screen

by Jennifer Jordan
It seems to me that people will make a movie about anything (White Chicks...seriously?). From anacondas to Zorro's, if there is a camera, there will be a film. A not-so-recent addition to this movie...
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BYOB: Changing the Definition

by Jennifer Jordan
Hearing the term BYOB may trap many people in a memory from college, back to the years of yore when guests were urged to bring their own beer to parties. The hosts, supplying a few tattered couches...
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The Basics of Cooking with Wine

by Jennifer Jordan
We drink wine, placing it in a glass and swallowing without the effort of chewing (even though some people describe wine as chewy). It goes down smooth, born to be only wild enough to glide down an...
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Serving Wine at Holiday Parties

by Jennifer Jordan
Hosting a party can bring about a great deal of stress. You may find this true for any kind of party, but it seems to be particularly true for a party thrown around the holidays. For some reason, the...
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Wine and Weddings

by Jennifer Jordan
From those of us who have a hundred matrimonial relatives, to those of us who have, ourselves, been married more times than Henry the VIII, chances are we've all attended our fair share of weddings...
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How to Serve Wine

by Tynan Szvetecz
Serving Temperatures The flavors of both red and white wines fall apart if they are too warm. It is advisable to chill your reds in the fridge for about twenty minutes before serving them, and...
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The Top Five Wine Myths

by Tynan Szvetecz
#1 Sniffing the Cork: Ah the beauty of ritual. Rituals are wonderful because they help us define our culture. They can add color, meaning and a sense of purpose to our lives. But there is also the...
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Wine Classes: When School Gets Cool

by Jennifer Jordan
When most people think of school, they are usually transported back to their elementary school days, a time of crayons, grumpy cafeteria ladies, and tennis shoes filled with playground gravel...
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Climbing the Liquor Ladder: Going from Beer to Wine

by Jennifer Jordan
Almost everyone remembers their first drink of alcohol. I remember mine like it was yesterday. Taking a sip of my father's Bud Light when I was seven years old, I realized it tasted nothing like the...
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