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    • 1.

      Four Earthly Elements in Astrology

      by Jack Moundon - 2007-02-21
      There are four earthly elements in astrology, the fire, air, water and earth. They are groups of signs which share certain uniqueness. It helps explain why some signs are more compatible than other...
    • 2.

      Matching Food and Wine Doesn't Have to be Complicated

      by David Cowley - 2008-07-15
      Many new wine drinkers tend to be very nervous about the concept of pairing wine with food.  There are plenty of resources out there which will make you think that this pairing is overly complicated...
    • 3.

      The Fine Wines of Portugal

      by David Cowley - 2008-07-15
      Portugal may not be the first country you think of when you're looking for new wines to sample.  However, Portuguese wine production outdates many other countries; the Portuguese have been trading w...
    • 4.

      French Wines are Still Considered the Best!

      by David Cowley - 2008-07-15
      Anyone that loves wine is probably going to agree that French wines are some of the best in the business, if not the absolute best in the world.  How can such a small country be such a dominant forc...
    • 5.

      There is a Reason Why People Love Italian Wines

      by David Cowley - 2008-07-15
      Making wine is probably as old as humankind itself, and one of the oldest winemaking regions in the world is Italy.  Italian wines traces their roots as far back as the Roman Empire, and probably ev...
    • 6.

      Understanding Wines From the United States

      by David Cowley - 2008-07-15
      Many people are surprised to find out the truth about United States wines.  Most assume that the best wines in the world are produced in France or areas of the Mediterranean, and while it's true tha...
    • 7.

      You Must Try German Wines

      by David Cowley - 2008-07-15
      It's true that for some, Germany may be better known for its beer than its wines.  And in some ways those people may be right - German beer is well-known among those who love beer and those consider...
    • 8.

      When You Think Fine Wines, Think Argentine Wines

      by David Cowley - 2008-07-15
      Chances are that not many people who love wine actually think of Argentina when they consider their list of great growing regions around the world.  However, there are a few reasons why this thinkin...
    • 9.

      What to Expect From Wine Tasting Tours

      by David Cowley - 2008-07-15
      If you're considering getting your feet wet by joining wine tasting tours, you are not alone.  Ever since the release of the movie "Sideways" in 2004, about two men approaching middle age who decide...
    • 10.

      Understanding the Wine Rating System

      by David Cowley - 2008-07-15
      As with any rating system, there is no such thing as a universal wine rating system.  Wines are rated by different wine clubs, groups, restaurants, food critics, magazines, and wine aficionados.  J...