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    Jaap-Henk Koelewijn – less blurry than he looks here A few surprises (apart from some delicious miso soup, sushi, sashimi and a few bits and pieces) at my first visit to Takumi, an unpretentious, modest Japanese restaurant just off Cape Town’s trendy Kloof Street. First surprise was seeing Jaap-Henk Koelewijn in charge – I didn’t realise he was something other than sommelie ...

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  • Removing WINEXPERT Labels… MADE EASY!

    I am asked all the time…”what’s the easiest way to remove the Winexpert peel and stick labels”. Well, it’s very simple: 1. Rinse out your wine bottle with hot water once. Do not get the label wet. 2. Then peel off the wine label. 3. Then r ...

    CRAIGS WINE- 1 readers -
  • iPad growth slows, shareholders unfazed

    Mobile Tech iPad growth slows, shareholders unfazed For the first time ever in it short history (the original iPad tablet was launched by Steve Jobs at keynote in April 2010), iPad’s year-over-year growth will slow. Research firm IDC says that YoY sales of the iOS-based iPads will fall by just under 13%. Total tablet shipments for Apple for the year are estimated to […] Apple Watch.

    Mike Carrall/ Stark Insider- 1 readers -
  • My First Can of Wine

    No, I didn’t lose it. The title of this post actually makes sense. To the date, I had the wine from the bottles of all forms and sizes. I had the wine directly from the stainless steel tanks and oak barrels. I had the wine dispersed by the machine. I had the wine from the keg. Yes, I had a boxed wine (and it was just fine). But – until yesterday, I never had wine from the can. Yesterday I did.

    Talk-A-Vinoin Syrah- 1 readers -
  • Northwest wineries to help food banks during Thanksgiving weekend

    Bethel Heighs Vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills is among those wineries in the Willamette Valley Wineries Association participating in Willamette Cares Food Share program. (Photo courtesy of Willamette Valley Wineries Association) Wineries in two of the Pacific Northwest’s most historic wine regions are using the Thanksgiving weekend to help those needing relief from hunger as ...

    Eric Degerman/ Great Northwest Wine- 1 readers -
  • Yogen Früz: Save Your Calories During The Holidays!

    Yogen Früz: Save Your Calories During The Holidays! Craving pumpkin pie but not the calories that come with it this Thanksgiving? Look no further than Yogen Früz to get your pumpkin fix and still stay on track with your diet and fitness routine. I know from experience that with my lifestyle, craving desserts means one less tasting, glass of wine, or event attendance in order ...

    Sara Lehman/ Somm In The City - 1 readers -
  • Great Gift Ideas For The HOLIDAYS!

    Here are some great gift ideas for the Holidays. Eisch “BREATHABLE” Glasses - Bavarian Crystal Wine glasses - 2 for only $50 (regularly $35 each) SAVE 30% Govino Shatterproof Glasses - Great for hot tubs, pools and travelling! ...

    CRAIGS WINE- 1 readers -
  • Cover crops in the vineyards

    Cover crops grow beautifully between the vines in the Napa Valley Cover crops in the vineyards It is cover crop time in the wine country. During the late Fall and into the Winter, the vines drop their leaves and the rain falls. Now is the time to observe the variety of cover crops growing between the vines in vineyards throughout California’s wine regions.

    Joe Becerra/ Wine Country Getaways- 1 readers -
  • Calling All Riesling Lovers!

    IF YOU ENJOY RIESLING, YOU SHOULD BE AT GRANO THIS SATURDAY EVENING! You will meet the world’s authority, and number one lover of the grape, NYC and Berlin-based wine writer Stuart Pigott – and receive a copy of his new book ‘Best White Wine on Earth’. Stuart will take you through a tasting of Niagara’s best Rieslings – Cave Spring, Charles Baker, Hidden Bench and 13th St ...

    Billy's Best Bottlesin Riesling- 1 readers -
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