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How to open a bottle of sparkling wine ?

We would like to share the tips of opening a bottle of sparkling wine safely as well as to minimize spillage.  Remove the capsules (also known as foil) Loosen the cage Thumb over the cork hold the cork while twisting the bottle The cork should pop gently without spilling over Keep calm and enjoy your sparkling wine! Here's a video to guide you through;   Did you know? By chilling your your sparkling wine, it reduce the chances of the cork popping out unexpectedly. Store your white, rosé, and sparkling wine in the fridge for two hours. To open the sparkling wine like a professional, make sure it does not have a loud POP. Instead it should be a gentle and a soft pop....

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Easy cocktail recipes at the comfort of your home

Tears 'N' Tonic Ingredients needed: Black Tears Dry Spiced Rum, Tonic Water and Orange SliceStep 1: Pour ice into the glassStep 2: Pour 40ml Black Tears Dry SpicedStep 3: Top up Tonic WaterStep 4 : Put orange slice into the glass and serve   Iwai Japanese Highball Ingredients needed: Iwai Japanese Whisky, Soda, Lemon (optional) Step 1: Pour ice into the glassStep 2: Pour 45ml Iwai Japanese WhiskyStep 3: Top up with Soda Step 4: A lemon garnish is optional    Ginger Monkey  Ingredients needed: Monkey Shoulder Whisky, Dry Ginger Ale, Orange Step 1: Fill long glass with iceStep 2: Pour in the Monkey Shoulder and dry ginger aleStep 3: Gently stir and garnish with orange wedge   Aperol Spritz     Ingredients...

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Why you should try Non-alcoholic Wines?

Non-alcoholic wines are made similarly to regular wines. Though made similarly, there are a plethora of benefits when consuming Non-alcoholic wines when compared to regular wines. Helps lower risk of cadio-vascular disease Little to no sulphites 3 Times lesser calories than regular wine Helps lower risk of cardio-vascular diseaseNon-alcoholic red wine helps decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease as it lowers blood pressure which in turns reduces the risk of a heart attack by 20% and the risk of developing cardiovascular disease by 14%?Little to no sulphitesAlcoholic wines are known to contain high sulphite content which is why over 1 million people in France currently suffer from sulphite problems. Sulphites have been reported to induce a range of adverse clinical...

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Organic Wines

An organic wine is a wine made from grapes that have been grown without the use of artificial or synthetic chemicals, such as herbicides and pesticides. To keep the weeds and bugs at bay, organic farmers work with nature, rather than against it, by boosting their vineyard’s biodiversity. For example, they introduce cover crops to provide a habitat for beneficial insects that are the natural enemy of problem species, or have small sheep graze between the vine rows, eating the grass and weeds. In this way, the vineyard becomes a self-regulating, natural ecosystem, which is able to combat problems intrinsically and eliminates the need for artificial, and potentially toxic, chemicals.

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Biodynamic Wines

Biodynamic wine is made with a set of farming practices that views the farm or vineyard as one solid organism. Natural materials, soils, and composts are used to sustain the vineyard; chemical fertilizers and pesticides are forbidden for the sake of soil fertility and farmers adhere to strict regulations for common additives like sulfur and fining agents. Animals like ducks, horses and sheep live on the soil and fertilize it, creating a rich, fertile environment for the vines to grow in. Biodynamic farming drives sustainability, as it leaves the land in as good or better shape as they found it for future generations to come.

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Sparkling Wines

Sparkling wine is a wine which bubbles when poured into a glass. This fizziness which causes the wine to sparkle is what makes this category of wine unique and is the result of dissolved carbon dioxide in the wine – held under pressure in the bottle moving from a meta-stable state once the pressure is removed by uncorking. Champagne is best known as sparkling wine originates from the Champagne region of France.

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Rose Wines

Rosé is a type of wine made from red wine grapes, produced in a similar manner to red wine, but with reduced time fermenting with grape skins. This reduced skin contact gives rosé a pink hue and lighter flavour than that of red wine. Rosé is produced around the world, as it can be made from any red wine grape cultivated in any wine-growing region. Rosé is typically a blended wine made from a variety of different wine grapes but it can also be a single varietal wine, made from one type of grape.

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