Cognac Ararat: history, review of taste and types
For 130 years, the Ararat brand has embodied the traditions and impeccable quality of Armenian brandy. The product range of the plant is extremely diverse. Currently, products are exported to…

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Famous brands of brandy: a brief overview of more than 50 brands
It's no secret that genuine cognac is produced only in the vicinity of the eponymous French city located in the province of Charente. Nowadays, about 250 different-sized companies are engaged…

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Soave wine: history, review and classification of drinks
The drink with an unusual melodic name is of Italian origin. White wine from the Garganega variety first appeared in the northeastern part of the country, in the eponymous province…

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Bourbon Maker’s Mark: a review of taste and brand

Maker’s Mark is a premium bourbon that has its own history and traditions. The company was established in 1840 in Kentucky and today is considered the oldest distillery in the city. The history of bourbon Maker’s Mark Before the world learned about the new variety of bourbon more than 100 years passed. In 1943, Bill Samuel bought a distillery. He worked on creating the original bourbon eight long years. Continue reading

Where do cognac?
It is unlikely for someone to be a big surprise to hear that brandy is from France. You are undoubtedly aware of this. As well as that the name of…

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Table wine: what is it, useful, what are + how to choose
On sale you can find various types of drinks from grapes: dry and sweet, sparkling and quiet, seasoned and young. In some instances, the year and region of manufacture are…

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How to make brandy
It all starts in the vineyard. Many varieties are allowed to make cognac, but currently 90% of the area is occupied by Ugni Blanc grapes, which came here from Italy…

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White dry wine: what to do, how to choose and drink
Dry white wine is a drink containing not more than 0.3% sugar, as a result of which it has a pleasant sourness, which can differ in its intensity depending on…

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