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BlogWines proposes you to try the revisited version of the Italian traditional dessert with cinnamon and nutmeg aromas. You can see below its quick and easy recipe plus the wine recommended to pair with this very tasty dish.   How to make it? For 6 persons – Preparation time: 25mn – Total time: 4h30 Utensils Large…

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Chocolate lovers..this article is for you! BlogWines gives you the quick and easy recipe of the chocolate fondant. This strong and tasty dessert can be served in any occasion: for the dessert, as birthday cakes or even snack with the coffee…basically any time you want!   How to prepare it? For 6 persons – Preparation…

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Tasting a wine…what an exercise! But you do need to be an expert to enjoy it. BlogWines proposes you to have an introduction to wine tasting. That would give you some tips to perform it and also gives you some useful definition/vocabulary. Tasting wine is usually done in 3 main steps: Step 1: Look Step 2: Smell Step 3:…

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England is famous for its pudding, its beers, its fish and chips… and now more and more for its sparkling wine! Thanks to the global warming (there is always a brightside), the production conditions to produce the sparkling wine in England are really getting better and the sparkling wine made in England has the wind…

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In this festive  year end period, Blogwines gives you the perfect advice on the art of wine serving.   What is the perfect temperature to serve the wine at? Conserved ideally at 15°C (59°F), it shall not be served at more than 18°C (64°F) for red wine and 12°C (53°F) if it is a white wine…

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The bottle, in its broadest sense, has a fundamental role in the wine ageing and thus, its quality. The cylindrical shape was invented in 18th century in order to improve its conservation and storage. However, there is a significant variety of bottles size and BlogWines will introduce you this particularity which gives more choices than one can ever…

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The legend says that Champagne was created by Dom Perignon. BlogWines will tell you the truth… Who was Dom Perignon? Dom Perignon  was a French benedict monk (1638-1715). He was in charge of Abbey cellars in Hautvillers (close to Reims, France). One of the main activities of this abbey was to exploit a vineyard and…

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You are degusting a wine  and you want to share your opinion.. but you are looking for the relevant words. Or you bought a nice french bottle of wine and the description is written in french. Indeed. Sacrés frenchies! As first vocabulary list, Blogwines helps you by giving you some basic words in french and…

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