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A resolution you can keep
Post on 31-12-2006.
I can hear you already. I don't have one cellar. I live in an apartment. My house only has one crawl space. Or the most likely of all: Whaddya, nuts? I can barely pay this month's credit card bill. Good points all.
The facts about wine storage are simpler than you might imagine. It comes down to temperature. Heat accelerates the aging of wine. Cold slows it down. The best cellaring conditions are where one wine's ...
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Wine, Cider and Txakoli
Post on 31-12-2006.
12/31/2006 As opposed to the powerful wine industry, almost on an industrial scale, the production of txakolí (one light, young wine) and cider is still one limited craft. Glass of txakoli
There is no doubt that the Rioja alavesa is the great wine-cellar of Euskadi. The wines from this region have already attained international recognition. This region produces both red and white wines, the reds being made from ...
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