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telegraph.co.uk - Nick Squires - War and wine on G7 agenda as Sunak leaves campaign trail for Italian summit
War and wine on G7 agenda as Sunak leaves campaign trail for Italian summit
The Telegraph

It has hosted the likes of Madonna, the Beckhams and Justin Timberlake, but a luxury resort in southern Italy will today receive the leaders of the democratic world as they gather for a three-day G7 summit. Rishi Sunak will join the leaders of the…

ajc.com - Jerry and Krista Slater - Summer is a good time for red sparkling wines
Summer is a good time for red sparkling wines
ajc

It feels like there are more options than ever for wine. Red wines are chilled, white wines are orange, and rosé is not just a light summer sipper. If you are looking for a new realm to explore, may we suggest a sparkling red? Although it…

forbes.com - Cathrine Todd - Small Champagne Wine House Saved By U.S. Couple Makes Stellar Bubbles
Small Champagne Wine House Saved By U.S. Couple Makes Stellar Bubbles
Forbes

Soft light started to brighten the enchanting snow-covered slopes, causing them to shimmer with hints of sparkles that were seen throughout the entire majestic landscape. Even though children can imagine magical worlds in the most common places…

realsimple.com - Jenna Helwig - What Is Skin Contact Wine?
What Is Skin Contact Wine?
Real Simple

For the longest time it seemed like reds, whites, and rosés were the only categories and colors of wines around. But, sometime in the last decade or so, skin-contact wines, also known as orange wines, began popping onto wine lists at trendy…

mercurynews.com - pperron@bayareanewsgroup.com - Marin-born Springboard Wine expands to spirits
Marin-born Springboard Wine expands to spirits
The Mercury News

Batiste Rhum, created by Marin native Tristan Mermin, is represented by Springboard Wine and Spirits Co. (Photo by Jeff Burkhart) Springboard Wine Co., the pioneering women-owned wine distribution company born in Marin, is now picking up local…

sfchronicle.com - Esther Mobley - The Bay Area's latest impossible-to-get wine comes from a country I never expected
The Bay Area's latest impossible-to-get wine comes from a country I never expected
San Francisco Chronicle

While I was having dinner recently at Kitchen Istanbul in San Francisco, wine director Joseph DiGrigoli was opening a bottle and asked me and my friends if we'd like a taste of it — blind. He brought it over in a decanter so that we couldn't…

thedrinksbusiness.com - Sarah Neish - Australia sends AU$86 million of wine to China in first month since tariffs axed
Australia sends AU$86 million of wine to China in first month since tariffs axed
The Drinks Business

Producers shipped wine worth AU$86 million (£44.7 million) to China in the month after sky-high tariffs were lifted, says the country's trade minister. On 29 March 2024 China abolished the astronomically high tariffs on wine exports from…

metro.co.uk - Eleanor Noyce - This famous wine region has been named one of the top for sober travel
This famous wine region has been named one of the top for sober travel
Metro.co.uk

As the sober curious movement grows, more and more people are firmly closing up the bottle and either stopping drinking entirely or drastically cutting down their alcohol consumption. Now, one country ironically world-renowned for its wine has been…

news.am - Wine Story: Karas - how the renaissance of Armenian winemaking is conquering the US market
Wine Story: Karas - how the renaissance of Armenian winemaking is conquering the US market
NEWS.am

Delving into the world of Armenian winemaking, we found ourselves at the crossroads of innovation and tradition, right at its heart. NEWS.am 's interview with Juliana Del Aguila Eurnekian, owner and president of Karas Wines, and Karen Meymaryan…

punchdrink.com - Rachel Sugar - Step Inside the Cool New Modern Wine Bar
Step Inside the Cool New Modern Wine Bar
PUNCH

What is a modern American wine bar? It is a bar, obviously; it absolutely serves wine, which has certainly been fermented from grapes that were definitely grown somewhere. It is light and Scandinavian, unless it is dark and Viennese. It is in New…

urbantoronto.ca - ToyBx Offers Secure Spaces for Wine, Art, Beyond Car Storage | UrbanToronto
ToyBx Offers Secure Spaces for Wine, Art, Beyond Car Storage | UrbanToronto
Urban Toronto

ToyBx Industrial Condominium is looking to become a premier storage solution for Toronto's car enthusiasts, as well as collectors of fine items. Located at 20 Towns Road in Etobicoke, this 3-storey facility with 180 units for sale is developed by…

thedrinksbusiness.com - Arabella Mileham - Fine wine auction prices 'calmed' last year following market correction
Fine wine auction prices 'calmed' last year following market correction
The Drinks Business

The prices of fine wine auctions have ‘calmed' in the past year, according to auction house iDealwine, as a result of the correction in the fine wine market during 2023. According to the French auction specialists' recently published annual…

boston.com - Megan Johnson - R.I. church-turned-home hits the market for $1.67m. See inside.
R.I. church-turned-home hits the market for $1.67m. See inside.
Boston.com

The bell may be gone, but the tower still reigns supreme at 101 Caswell St. in Narragansett. R.I. Located in the Pier neighborhood, the home was built in 1899 as First Baptist Church. Now it's a four-bed, three-bath single-family property listed at…

nytimes.com - Matthew Futterman - Patrick Mouratoglou says 'something has to be done' for tennis' future. Is he that something?
Patrick Mouratoglou says 'something has to be done' for tennis' future. Is he that something?
The New York Times

PARIS – During the French Open, the executives and officials who run tennis did what they often do several times a year. They gathered in a fancy location — in this case, the 16th arrondissement of Paris. They sipped wine and ate…

mirror.co.uk - Liam Gilliver - Europe's 'best kept secret' is home to cheap vineyards and luxury spas
Europe's 'best kept secret' is home to cheap vineyards and luxury spas
The Mirror

A weekend sipping on wine and relaxing in a jacuzzi doesn't have to come with a high price point. It's no secret Europe is home to some of the world's most impressive vineyards, finest wines, and luxury spas. But a grape-squashing trip to Sicily or…

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