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Why Try Riesling on Your Next Wine Bar Outing in Campbell

When it comes to imported wines, most people think of Italy or France. But don’t forget about German wines the next time you’re in a wine bar. Germany’s Riesling follows one of the oldest winemaking traditions and is a worthy contender for filling into your awaiting wine glass. What is Riesling? From the Rhine River…
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5 Benefits of Taking Wine After Dinner

There is no better way of celebrating an event than with a sumptuous meal followed by a glass of wine. To most people, splashing a merlot just after dinner is a small way to relax but unknown to many, this act has more benefits than one can imagine. Here, we highlight five benefits of taking…
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Fermentation Process For Grapes

Fermentation is probably the most important stage of the entire wine production process. After grapes are crushed, they are fermented to create the alcohol effect in the wine. The process of fermenting grapes has been evolving over years, thanks to technological advancements that have made it much easier, faster, and more efficient. In this article,…
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The Wine Industry

The fermented grape juice is known as wine. One species of the Vitis genus, V. vinifera (often referred to as the European grape), is nearly solely used. Wines made from the native American grape V. labrusca and other grape species are also termed wines. The name of the fruit is included when other fruits are…
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How Romans Made Wine

Wine is probably one of the world’s alcoholic drinks. Some data suggests that wine was discovered as far as 6,000 BC. Georgia is thought to be where wine originated. It has come to be known as the ‘cradle of wine’. A number of archaeologists have traced the world’s first known wine creation back to the…
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The Amazing Farmers Market That Happens In Downtown Campbell

You've been missing out if you've never visited the downtown Campbell farmers market. I recently visited and had a fantastic experience. They have a great choice of fresh, seasonal, local, and inexpensive vegetables. The sauerkraut and kimchee vendor, the hummus guy, and a baked goods stand with fantastic, hilarious signage are all favorites. I've had…
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