Mailchimp’s What’s In Store: De Wine Spot

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We’re passionate, we like taking care of our customers. We always looking for new things in wine and spirits. I wanted to make this business a little bit bigger. The best scenario for us was to go online. It opens the door for us to have more customer base. MailChimp automation allows us to have […]

Folding Wine Stand: Perfect for Picnics. Summer Fun!

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Joy and Sadness made such a great team, but my favorite character was Riliey’s imaginary childhood friend, Microjig. Maker of the GRR-RIPPER Work Safer. Work Smarter. This week’s episode is also sponsored by NatureBox. If you like this stand and would like to own it yourself, I’m auctioning it off to raise money for the […]

What does Semillon taste like?

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Hey Tasters! My friends Pavlos and Mary agree on everything except white wine. Mary will have nothing but Chardonnay. Pavlos only drinks Sauvignon Blanc. How could these two ever find middle ground? There is one possibility, Semillon. So here are my fast five facts about Semillon. What does Semillon taste like? Wine fact number one. […]

Check, Please! Bay Area Spirits Tips: About Limoncello

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– For anyone who’s had a chance to bask in the sun of Southern Italy’s dramatic Amalfi Coast, there’s no drink that captures that feeling better than Limoncello. Hailing from the areas around Naples, Sorrento, and the islands of Sicily and Capri, Limoncello is a sweet, lemon based liqueur, usually made with native Sorrento lemons. […]

The Wines of Barolo and Barbaresco

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(gentle orchestral music)>>(narrator) In the northwest corner of Italy, surrounded on three sides by the mountains of the Alps, lies one of the world’s great wine and food regions. (gentle orchestral music) In Italian, “Piemonte” can literally be translated as “at the foot of the mountains.” Famous for its mushrooms, cheese, and its pasta, the […]

Latin American Flavors Influence French Dishes At Semilla French Bistro and Wine Bar

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NOT REALLY FOOLING ANYONE. POLICE ARE SEARCHING FOR THAT MAN. TIME FOR ANOTHER EDITION OF TASTE OF MIAMI, PEOPLE ARE LOOKING FOR TRULY AUTHENTIC FRENCH CUISINE WITHOUT THE FUSS AND HIGH PRICE MENU ITEMS. LISA PETRILLO SAYS YES TO THE BISTRO AND WINE BAR. BUT IT IS A JOURNEY THROUGH FRANCE ON ALTON ROAD. THIS […]

Hungarian Wine Tasting in Budapest with SPECIAL GUEST!

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[Music] sziasztok here on a favorite budapest and where the tasting table were really excited we’re gonna do some wine tasting very special she’s from the top my vision I don’t think we’ve got one of these the fluence was really really good it smell like a cross between Prosecco and champagne I really like […]

Cordial Fine Wine & Spirits’ Decision to Come to Union Market

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The energy, I think is incredibly exciting! And I think their real commitment to independent artisanal suppliers and producers on a culinary level really resonates with what we’re trying to do at Cordial Fine Wines & Beers at Union Market

Sutter Home Sweet Red

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We are please to introduce Sutter Home’s newest crowd-pleaser, Sutter Home Sweet Red. It’s simple, easy-drinking and perfect for a summer night when you want a red but the rising temperatures say otherwise. Wine styles are always changing and it’s hard enough to keep up with the world today. Sutter Home Sweet Red eliminates the […]

Poach Pears in Red Wine recipe

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[Intro music] Flavourful, colourful bound to tell most people into loving pears. Poached pears in red wine is a elegant, simple to make desert. Furthermore, the leftover syrup can be used to make a sorbet or you can also warm it up and serve it as warm spiced wine. To make poached pears in red […]