Wine Rack – How To Build – Menards

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A well-stocked wine rack is great for entertaining, but telling your guests you made the rack yourself is even better. This rack holds up to 20 bottles and is made with dakota shelving that s edge banded for a clean look. A complete list of plans, including the tools and materials you ll need for […]

Liquor store beating caught on camera

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THEY CAN TO HELP OUT THE FAMILY. >>Devin: THAT’S A FAMILY, TOO.>>Devin: THAT’S A FAMILY, TOO. >>Kim: VIDEO OF A FIGHT OUTSIDE>>Kim: VIDEO OF A FIGHT OUTSIDE OF A LIQUOR STORE IN DETROIT OF A LIQUOR STORE IN DETROIT CATCHES FIRE ONLINE. CATCHES FIRE ONLINE. SHE PUNCHES AND TACKLING A MAN SHE PUNCHES AND TACKLING […]

Quick Bites: Tavalo Wine Bar & Tuscan Grille

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RELAXING LUNCH OR DINNER ALONG WITH A GREAT BOTTLE OF WINE? THEN MIGHT I SUGGEST 289 ATWELLS AVENUE IN THE HEART OF HISTORIC FEDERAL HILL… “HERE AT TAVOLO WINE BAR AND TUSCAN GRILLE!” OPENED LATE LAST YEAR BY LEONARD AND SHERRI MELLO, THIS STYLISH EATERY SHOWCASES TWO GREAT BARS AND DINING ROOMS COMPLEMENTED BY A […]

Tuscany Week Long Road Trip Vlog | Florence, Siena, Pisa, Wine Tasting, Things to Do

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After a busy time of Rome, Japan and Marrakesh, we thought we would round the year off taking in the scenic roads of Tuscany. Getting legless on delicious wines and driving drunk without a care in the world. Tuscany is a relaxing destination and one where it is very easy to gain weight. Pizza, pasta, […]

A Toast to Champagne | One on Wine

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Grab yourself a notepad. Write down a little task. Cross it off. Congrats! You’ve accomplished something. Now it’s time to celebrate! Welcome to One on Wine: A Toast to Champagne Champagne is a sparkling wine. Does that mean all sparkling wine is champagne? Nope, first of all it must be made in Champagne, France to […]

Who Invented Chinese Baijiu? | China History

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Cheers! So if you like this video, and would like to see me try other types of Baijiu, or learn about the history of Baijiu, let me know in the comments below. After an overwhelming response… Ah … 4 comments is overwhelming right? Let’s look at ….. the legends and history of Baijiu! In Chinese […]

The Wines of Greece

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(whimsical music)>>(narrator) Greece is one of the most ancient wine-producing countries. 2,500 years before the Common Era, inhabitants of Crete likely learned to make wine from the nearby Egyptians. As the Greeks were a seafaring people, they later helped spread the cultivated vine to other parts of Europe.>>(speaking Greek)>>(narrator) Wine played a central role in […]

Sweet and Spicy Libations: Wine in the Ancient Near East

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–of wine later on this evening. So I’m very pleased to introduce our speakers tonight, Andrew Koh and Joseph Green. Andrew Koh is assistant professor of classical studies at Brandeis. He received his PhD In art and archaeology of the Mediterranean world from the University of Pennsylvania in 2006, during which he was an associate […]

Sweetness of Wines: Sparkling Wine and The Joy of Secs 102.V2

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John: Today, we will be discussing the sweetness of wine again. In the last programme we looked at still wine. This time sparkling wine. Welcome Susan. Susan: Thank you, John, Good to chat again. J: So go on. Tell me, Susan, what are the different sweetness of wine terms and what do they mean? And […]

Ommegang Iron Throne – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits

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What’s going on everybody! Welcome back to FairgroundsTV, I’m your host Peter Moeller. Today we have Ommegang’s latest installment. This is in conjunction with the TV show Game of Thrones and this is called Iron Throne. It’s six and a half percent alcohol by volume. It is a blonde ale, and it just came in […]