Dom Perignon, the Champagne of Class and Status

Dom Perignon is a made only from vintage grapes harvested in specific farms of Chardonnay and Pinot-Noir. Dom Perignon is a vintage champagne produced by Moet & Chandon. This special brand is named after the Benedictine mo ...

Does wine go bad? Or better?

Ageing makes wine taste better, but opened wine goes bad in less than a week. Ageing makes wine taste better as they develop quite a distinguished and unique taste. Everyone knows, older the wine better it is. This gives a notion that wine never goes bad. Many thinks that wine lasts indefinitely, but it is simply not true. It depends on proper ...

Wine Testing: Basic Guide to Test the Taste of Wine like an Expert

Whether the cellar, or the restaurant, or right in the vineyard, wine testing follows a procedural sequence in addition to having a great sense of aromatic and gastronomic sense. Wine testers have extraordinary things in them, coupled with years of experience to describe the wine. However, as a great wine lover, you may have that special ability to describe a kind of win ...


Orange Wine could be your next favorite wine type

Well, there are Red wine, White wine and the lovely Pink wine, but did you know they has another brethren? It is the little-known Orange Wine. The name could be a bit misleading, associating this drink with orange. However, it has nothing to do with any citrus fruit. It got the name from its orange color. Only white grapes are used in preparation of this wi ...

Top three Rose Wines from French to make your summer rosier

While there are several wonders in the world of wine, when it comes to specifics types, only a handful emerges as outstanding. Summer is on peak and for wine lovers, Rose wines are just irresistible thirst-quencher of the season. While other parts of the world are not lagging behind in their own kind of Rose wines, French provinces are the legacy lands o ...

Moet & Chandon presents 20 exclusive magnums to honor Roger Federer

In a classy move to honor Grand Slam greatness, Roger Federer, Moet & Chandon presented a limited edition of its exclusive champagne. The tennis star has been the brand ambassador of this French wine house since 2012. The latest model is named “Greatness Since 1998”, honoring Federer’s achievements and his 20 yea ...


Basics of Baijiu, the razor-sharp drink from China

Baijiu is among the most popular and yet least known drinks in world. This drink has a 9000 years old history, originating in China. It is known to have originated in Jiahu region of China, where the settlers used to prepare alcoholic drinks using rice, honey and fruits. However, even if those drinks were the earliest predecessors of Baijiu, it rose to promine ...

The two Beer Types: top five differences between Ale and Lagers

Although, there are many different types of beers, this popular drink is broadly classified into two types depending on the basic differences in preparation. These two types are Ale and Lager, which has several contrasting differences. The top distinctive aspects between Ale and Lager beers are as follows: Differences in Taste Ale ...

Absinthe: The Green Fairy and Ritual of La Louche

Absinthe is a green colored drink with high alcohol along with several medicinal, herbal and culinary content. Absinthe is also known as “la fee verte” in classic historic literature. Translating as “the green fairy”, this drink is associated with historic icons like Ernest Hemingway, Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, Osca ...


Five Quick-facts about Mojito you should know

Mojitos have origin in Havana, Cuba Havana is known as the birthplace of Mojito, however, there are also theories that it might have its origin back to “El Draque”, a 16th century drink. Therefore, Mojito has a 500 years old history. It is believed that Mojito was actually prepared as a remedy to various tropi ...