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Making the Wine Experience Last

Maxwell House coffee has a legal foothold on the statement, “Good to the last drop,” but there are many wines this writer enjoys at home that fits this decree as well. For many, it applies simply because they want to enjoy what they paid for completely. For others it’s about extending the experience for those [...]

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Got Gas?

No, it’s not what you think. The gas I’m talking about is inert, odorless, and comes in a can. It’s a gas you use to preserve your wine. A couple weeks ago, I wrote about the vacuum systems for preserving wine, but if you really want to step it up to the next level, then [...]

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