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Celebrate National Spritz Day with Lillet

Every summer the spritz refreshes us and makes us smile. Celebrate the summer’s favorite drink with National Spritz Day on August 1. Europe’s favorite brand, Lillet, is set to toast the day in style. The Lillet Spritz is a popular drink during the French tradition of apéro hour. It is...
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A Bordeaux Wine Primer

Last month I offered a (somewhat) brief overview of the red wines from the region of Bordeaux, France. If you recall, I mentioned that 90 percent of the wines produced in Bordeaux are reds. This month, I would like to talk about the other 10 percent: the wonderful, underappreciated white wines from Bordeaux. Remember that due to the sheer magnitude of this region’s wine production, that 10 percent equates to just over four million cases, annually.
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Wine Ink: Wine and Wood

If you have been to the downtown Aspen Saturday Market over the past decade, you no doubt have seen the creative work of Alpine Wine Design. Under their white tents you’ll find beautiful hand-burnished and varnished wooden creations, like tables, chairs, racks and lazy Susans, with the names of the finest wineries in the world etched across them. Brad Evans, his wife, Heidi, and their team of artisan woodworkers produce hand-crafted, authentic wine-centric works, both decorative and utilitarian, out of the remains of actual wine barrels and wooden wine crates acquired from famed wineries.
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Bordeaux region and its castles

Bordeaux is a port city on the Garrone River in the southwestern part of France. Bordeaux has a name inextricably linked to wine, the “wine” par excellence globally, whose production explains much of the wealth that this beautiful French city still enjoys today. All its monuments, therefore, are more or less linked to the wine trade:
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I Can Still Taste and Smell the Cellars of Bordeaux

My first experience with French wine and food started with a Julia Child cookbook. I made tournedos Rossini and filet of beef with Bearnaise sauce. Such luscious dishes called for superb Bordeaux wine, and the owner of a local wine shop in West Hartford, Connecticut, provided it. That same shop...
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Bordeaux Wine Sales Increase 21% in the U.S.

Bordeaux reports the highest 12-month regional growth rate of the past 35 years, driven by strong consumer demand and U.S. hospitality reopening. July 21, 2021 — The Bordeaux wine region has reported outstanding growth of 21% in sales volume and value in the U.S. market, the highest sales increase recorded over a 12-month period since 1986. The results have just been released by the Bordeaux Wine Council (C.I.V.B.) and encompass the most recent annualized data available from June 2020 to May 2021. Bordeaux wine sales reached 29 million bottles (or 2.43 million 9-liter cases) in volume, representing an annualized turnover of $326 million in value terms. By volume and value, the U.S. is the second largest export market for Bordeaux wines.
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6 delicious tonic water cocktail drinks you must try

No party is complete without sparkling drinks and tonic water is part of it. You might have a habit of sipping the tonic water along with Vodka. But do you know that you can make some amazing cocktail drinks with this tonic water? Most of the tonic waters are bitter and hence we tend to be afraid to experiment with other forms of the drinks. If you sip it straight then you might experience the bitterness but when you combine it with other citrus fruit mixes then you will get some flavorful cocktail drinks to satisfy your soul. Here we will be talking about a few of the cocktail recipes that you can easily make with tonic water.
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Bordeaux On A Double-Digit Growth Track In The U.S.

Bordeaux wines saw some of their best growth in the U.S. in decades from June of last year through May of this year, according to the Bordeaux Wine Council. Sales totaled 2.43 million cases, representing value of $326 million. Volume and value were both up 21% in the period, driven...
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Monthly Archive: July 2021

Whisky Advocate: Dewar’s Master Blender Stephanie Macleod On The Latest Dewar’s Cask Finished Release. This month Dewar’s is rolling out the latest edition in its cask finished series, Dewar’s Japanese Smooth, which is Dewar’s 8 year old finished in casks made from Japan’s native oak species, mizunara. Continue reading →
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Tadej Pogacar set for back-to-back Tour titles as Wout Van Aert claims stage 20

Tadej Pogacar stands to be confirmed as Tour de France champion for the second year in a row after Wout Van Aert won the stage 20 time trial in Saint-Emilion on Saturday. Van Aert clocked a time of 35 minutes and 53 seconds over the 31 kilometres from Libourne, winning by 21 seconds from Kasper Asgreen to take his second stage of this year’s Tour after his victory over Mont Ventoux on stage 11.
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Tadej Pogacar set for second successive Tour de France title

Tadej Pogacar is set to take Tour de France glory for the second year in a row after Wout van Aert won the stage 20 time trial in Saint Emilion on Saturday. Pogacar’s commanding advantage was never likely to be put in peril on the roads through Bordeaux wine country, and though Jonas Vingegaard took 25 seconds out of the Slovenian to strengthen his grip on second, Pogacar leads by five minutes and 20 seconds ahead of Sunday’s parade into Paris.
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Tadej Pogacar on the cusp of back-to-back victory at the Tour de France

Tadej Pogacar stands to be confirmed as Tour de France champion for the second year in a row after Wout Van Aert won the stage 20 time trial in Saint-Emilion on Saturday. Van Aert clocked a time of 35 minutes and 53 seconds over the 31 kilometres from Libourne, winning by 21 seconds from Kasper Asgreen to take his second stage of this year’s Tour after his victory over Mont Ventoux on stage 11.
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