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Upside Down , a famous wine brand with its delicious Sauvignon Blanc, is becoming more and more popular in Australia.  What is so special about this brand? This article will answer this question by giving you the reviews of the top 3 Upside down wines. More than that, you will learn how to drink and store it properly.  Let’s get started! The Best Types of Upside Down Wine "Life is too short to drink bad wine"-Anonymous.  Exactly! People often spend time relaxing with a glass of wine, even improving their health. Therefore, we'd like to recommend four types of upside-down wine for your choice. Upside Down Sauvignon Blanc  The Bordeaux and Loire Valleys were the first to cultivate the white grape for Sauvignon Blanc. Then, the white grape was produced in New Zealand, but now in Australia due to the shortage. The  ripeness of the grapes will determine the flavour  of this wine, which can range from acidic to tropical. This wine is fresh with a light green colour. Taking a si
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Vodka 101: The Complete Guide to Vodka If you are looking for an essential for your home bar, Vodka is a liquor that you do not want to leave out. Read this complete guide to Vodka to know how it is made and what brand you should go for. From casual sipping to mixing into stylish cocktails like martinis, gimlets, and cosmos, vodka is the perfect liquor to have on hand for any occasion. What is Vodka? As one of the most well-known spirits around the world, Vodka’s popularity is undeniable. It is recorded that the first variation of Vodka was back in the early 1400s, with Poland and Russia going back and forth claiming the ownership of the liquor for years. Although Russia and Poland made this clear spirit famous, it is now distilled and consumed worldwide. As a neutral spirit with no distinctive flavour, aroma, colour, or character, Vodka is a perfect base for cocktails and is a safe liquor to mix at home.  The standard alcohol content in Vodka is 40%, but some can range from 35 to 95%!
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Wine 101: What is Red Wine & Types of Red Wine   What is red wine? What are the differences between types of red wine? Are you a wine-lover but aren’t sure how it is made? Or how it has so many flavours from fruity, floral, or even earthy? Our Red Wine Basic blog will help you understand more about the red wine bottle you love. What is red wine? So first thing first, red wine is an alcoholic drink made by fermenting the juice of dark-skinned grapes. While white wine can be made from dark-skinned and light-skinned grapes, red wine can only be made from red grapes. To make a bottle of red wine, you need to grow and harvest the grapes (no surprise). Then, harvested grapes are crushed, combined with yeast for the alcoholic fermentation stage. Then comes the pressing, aging, racking, filtering, and bottling process. After putting the cork in and labelling, the result is the red wine bottle you are holding.   What are Red Wine Characteristics? The Colour Red wine is special for its colou
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  Rose wine 101: Everything you need to know Along with  white  or  red wine ,  rose wine  is also a popular type of wine that many huge wine fans love. Today, we’ll dive into distinct flavour profiles associated with the best rose wine types, and top-selling brands too. The more you know about the wine and its varietal characteristics, the better you can judge it. Armed with this guide, you can go for the best bottles of wine for you. About Rose Wine Regarding rose wine, it is thought that Rosé is a combination of red and white wine. In fact, rose wine is ubiquitous and made from all grape varieties. Back to many years ago, winemakers primarily produced this genre of wine with the skin contact method. With this approach, they will crush the grapes, then leave the juice to macerate with the skins from a few hours to a few days. The purpose of the technique is to extract colour and flavour and give rose pinkish hue as a result. In addition, the Saignée and the mixing method are also com