Cutlet Red Wine Stew: Bush Cook’n ► All 4 Adventure TV

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♫ Cookin’… gonna make us some food now… Cookin’…♪ Well guys, we’re at the beautiful Honeymoon Bay. Now this place is absolutely spectacular. We’ve got the whole campsite set up, and it’s time for a bit of a feed. Now what am I gonna cook up? Well I’m gonna cook up a hearty meal. Something […]

How to Open Wine in an Emergency with a Key – Life Hack

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today I’m going to show you how to open a bottle of wine using a key start by removing the cover to get access to the cork then take your key and push it down into the cork at an angle like this if you like you can use a piece of material to push […]

10 Things You Might Not Know About Rose | Bottle Service

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– We are living in the era of rosé. You see rosé everywhere, you see rosé hashtags rosé all day, rosé this, rosé that. Here are ten things that you may not know about rosé but are actually kind of cool. So there are basically four ways of making rosé. The basic way is maceration. […]

Winevault | Sydney Wine Storage | Wine Storage | Secure Storage | Commercial Wine Storage

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CompareQuotes is an independent company that hand selects the most reliable, professional and affordable businesses in the trade and service industries. The following business has consistently met our standards, and they are a supplier that we can highly recommend. Winevault caters for three different options of wine storage. The first being a Private Vault, the […]

Thierry and Guillaume at Antidote Wine Bar

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Antidote is the place to be for relaxing and experiencing true food and true wines. You work all day, you spend six or eight hours in the place and you come back to a place when you want to unwind, where you feel comfortable. I know you people arrive with your suits, take off your […]

Fleming’s Restaurant – Review of Flemings Prime Steakhouse

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so you’re coming to Fleming’s for the first time or you want to discover an excellent Steakhouse to dine? on this video I’ll be sharing with you the experience to dine at Fleming’s steak house share some of the prices, the attire and also a little bit of what you should expect when you come […]

Founders Mango Magnifico – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits

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What’s going down everybody, welcome back to FairgroundsTV, I’m your host Peter Moeller. Today we have something out of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Founder’s Mango Magnifico, it is a malt beverage? Fermented with mango and habenero peppers. I’ve been dying to try this one, it just sounds like one of those cool, off-the-wall things, a little […]

WSWA Salutes America’s Truck Drivers

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I was born in 1976 in Romania. I remember the way it was to live under communism. See, I always had a fear they’re always watching you they’re always after you. You never knew when you’d be taken away, your parents would be taken away. Once we got approved to come to the United States, […]

Tunisia Wine & Travel Documentary: Around the World in 80 Harvests

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I want to see the Berber, I want to see the Berber puppet. So this, here. It’s a Berber marionette. Wow. And this Berber is a shepherd? No problem. Sorry! No, no problem. It wasn’t me. I’m Amanda Barnes, and I’m a wine writer on a mission… I’m travelling to 80 different wine regions around […]

7 Wine Facts & Myths

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We all know at least one wine snob who insists on decanting the wine to “let it breathe” and swirling his glass and saying things like he can smell the gooseberry notes. But is there any merit to this pretentious pomp and circumstance? To get you some top shelf wine knowledge, we went to UC […]