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Best winery in Seattle

Posted by on Jan 4, 2019 in Best Winery | 0 comments

Best winery in Seattle

Wine aficionados love Seattle because of its charming wineries and endless tasting tours. Heading to a winery for a sip of Vino is a must do in everyone’s bucket list. In Seattle, the opportunities are endless. You can visit a city winery or head to the mountain vines. There are beautiful vistas all around you and some great wines to go along. What else do you want on a road trip? Chateau Ste Michelle, Woodinville Let us start our list with the most popular and powerful winery in the region, Chateau Ste Michelle. The estate has a lovely...

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How is Porto made?

Posted by on Nov 7, 2018 in Porto | 0 comments

How is Porto made?

Poroto (or Vinho do Porto) is one of the most popular drinks in the world among wine connoisseurs. The term Porto refers to Portuguese fortified wine which is manufactured exclusively in the Douro Valley of Portugal. Just like champagne and Tequila, the drink gets its name after a specific geographical area. Fortified wine is produced in many countries outside Portugal as well. But according to the European Union’s Protected Designation of Origin rules, only the Portuguese wines produced in Douro Valley can carry the name Porto or Port....

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The world’s oldest wine

Posted by on Oct 6, 2018 in Best Winery | 0 comments

The world’s oldest wine

 Older a wine, finer it gets is a common adage among the vino lovers. With age, a glass of wine is supposed to taste better when it is distilled and bottled properly. Winemaking is an old world tradition which has succeeded in blending modern technology with tested formulas to bring some of the most delicious reds and whites to us.  So, which is the oldest wine in the world? The absolute oldest wine is the world is considered to be Speyer wine bottle unearthed in a Roman tomb. Although it is probably undrinkable right now, it is considered to...

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