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Category :: Wine Articles Author :: Andrew Johnson 
 
 Article Title :: Sherry - Spanish Sunshine in a Bottle! (part 3 Terms and Types)
 
L A G A RThe lagar, in which the grapes are trodden and pressed, is a rectangular wooden trough, 12 feet square and about 2 feet deep, with a 6-foot iron screw in the centre; its floor rests upon four legs about 3 feet high: it has a lip, with a funnel attached to it, through which the sweet grape-juice flows straight into tubs and then into casks, where it ferments away from grape stalks and skins.The lagar is half filled with 60 hampers of grapes, 1,500 lb. in all, which are evenly distributed and sprinkled with 3 to 4 lb. of yeso, or gypsum. Then the pisadores, or treaders, usually four together, enter the lagar, shod with shoes studded with projecting nails. They goose-s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Wine Articles Author :: Rebekah Slatkin 
 
 Article Title :: How to Transform Your Yucky Basement Into a Beautiful Home Wine Room Using this Formula
 
Wouldn't you love to have a home wine room? It's easy. Take advantage of your cool, moist basement. That is the perfect temperature for wine.Turning your old basement into a beautiful home wine room for fun and relaxation is easy to do. Just follow the DECORganize formula.(DECORganize is the way to want to get organized and stay that way. I created it for people that haven't yet been able to get organized or even feel the motivation to organize.)DECORganize works especially well for creative people who love beautiful things. First decorate and beautify, and then organize.You decorate and beautify by replicating a picture or the idea you have in your head of how  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Wine Articles Author :: Rebecca Weissman 
 
 Article Title :: The Winemonger Movie-Wine Pairing List
 
Here it is, the inaugural Winemonger Movie Wine Pairing List. This is your go-to guide for pairing wines with films- we've started with our favorite 40 pairings, so find the wine, rent the movie, and enjoy!THE WINEMONGER MOVIE LIST8 ½ (ITALY) Kracher #8 Welschriesling TBA and #9 Sheurebe TBA2001: A Space Odyssey (USA) Luna Merlot 2001 Magnum. It's a long trip, you'll need a big bottle.Amadeus (USA) Hogl Loibner Vision Riesling 2003 Smaragd. An Austrian with vision.Annie Hall (USA) Braunstein 2002 Oxhoft Chardonnay. To go with the lobster.Apocolypse Now (USA) Bonny Doon Heart of DarknessApollo   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Wine Articles Author :: Emily Schindler 
 
 Article Title :: The Wine Regions of Austria: Focus on Lower Austria
 
The wine regions of Austria are divided into 4 areas, called Lower Austria, Styria, Burgenland, and Vienna. Each of these regions is then further divided, for a total of 19 designated wine growing areas. To roughly get your bearings, Lower Austria encompasses the wine growing areas north and west of Vienna, with Burgenland south and east of Vienna and Styria south and west of Burgenland.Lower Austria, called “Niederosterriech”, is divided into 8 sub-regions: Wachau, Kremstal, Kamptal, Danubelands, Traisental, Carnuntum, Weinvertel, and Thermenregion. Calling this region “Lower Austria” may be a bit confusing. As mentioned above, the four main wine regions of Austria are all  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Wine Articles Author :: Emily Schindler 
 
 Article Title :: The Wine Regions of Austria: Focus on Styria
 
The wine regions of Austria are divided into 4 areas, called Lower Austria, Styria, Burgenland, and Vienna. Each of these regions is then further divided, for a total of 19 designated wine growing areas. To roughly get your bearings, Lower Austria encompasses the wine growing areas north and west of Vienna, with Burgenland south and east of Vienna and Styria south and west of Burgenland.Styria is truly as beautiful a wine country as can be found anywhere in the world, particularly along the “Sudsteirischen Weinstrasse” (Southern Styrian Wine Road) which travels the hills from the towns of Leutschach to Berghausen and Leibnitz to Demmerkogel and is a popular wine-tourist route.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Wine Articles Author :: Emily Schindler 
 
 Article Title :: The Wine Regions of Austria - Focus on Vienna
 
The wine regions of Austria are divided into 4 areas, called Lower Austria, Styria, Burgenland, and Vienna. Each of these regions is then further divided, for a total of 19 designated wine growing areas. To roughly get your bearings, Lower Austria encompasses the wine growing areas north and west of Vienna, with Burgenland south and east of Vienna and Styria south and west of Burgenland.Vienna is the only national capital in the world with an economically significant wine industry within its city limits. Some 400 wine growers work the 1730 acres, producing a range of wines from great to merely drinkable, the latter being enjoyed mixed with sparkling mineral water and called G’Sp  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Wine Articles Author :: Tim Tunis 
 
 Article Title :: The Basics of Making Wine
 
It is popular new trend that has taken America by force, making wine. All across the nation people are making wine in garages, sheds and kitchens. Is it legal? Yes. Is it difficult to begin? No, all you need to start is a wine makers kit with all the ingredients: yeast, any kind of fruit juice (grape juice recommended for starters) and other additives to ensure sterility. You will also need a carboy (a special kind of glass container for the wine), a siphoning hose, an airtight rubber stopper and an airlock device (allows oxygen to escape during fermentation but does not allow any in). You will also need corks and bottles for bottling. Any wine bottles are good for use as long as they are  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Wine Articles Author :: B. Hopkins 
 
 Article Title :: 5 Tips For Experiencing A Wine Festival
 
Almost every state in the country has a wine festival. It is a great way to sample the wines of the region and to become familiar with some of the great wineries that are right in your backyard.If you decide to go to a wine festival, there are some things you can do to make the most out of the wine festival you are attending. Coming back from the festival with your favorite bottle of wine is always enjoyable, but to get even more benefit, you can follow these tips.1. Decide beforehand if you will do wine tasting or not.If you decide to taste the wine, you will need to make sure of at least 2 things: First, bring along a designated driver who will decide to go dry d  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Wine Articles Author :: Sharon Tolisano 
 
 Article Title :: Argentina Wines Are Closing In On Number 1
 
Argentina is the fifth largest producer of wines in the world, but apparently this South American country is gearing up for a first place finish! With more than 1,000 new wine companies opened for business in 2005, exports and profits rose more than one third from the previous year. This is wonderful news for Argentina's economy, as well as for those wine enthusiasts in other areas of the world that haven't had the pleasure of toasting a glass made from Argentine criollas, or native vines. Although the majority of Argentinian wine is exported to North America and the United Kingdom, new markets are on the rise in Finland, Norway, India, Malaysia and Vietnam.No wonder! Wi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Wine Articles Author :: James Pendleton 
 
 Article Title :: Corks or screw caps - The closing argument
 
It is now very rare to find the total use of natural cork to stop wine bottles with the Rioja region of Spain being the most obvious exception. Increasingly, for a wide variety of reasons, the use of plastic stoppers and screw caps is becoming widespread. Why is this so, and what are the pros and cons of each method, and what should we be looking for when considering the alternatives? This really is a topic of hot debate in the world of wine at the moment. By tasting wines using the different methods of stopping, you can join this debate fully with your own opinions, thereby reinforcing the subjectivity of wine appreciation. Most consumers still prefer natural cork and think of   (read full article)
 
 
 
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