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Hi,
We created an infographic about beef cuts, how expensive they are, where they come from and how to cook them. It's called:

The Complete Visual Guide to Beef Cuts [INFOGRAPHIC]

View it online at https://www.corrchilled.co.uk/index.php?route=pavblog/blog&id=24

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Spain is producing some of the finest Olive Oil in Europe at the moment. Situated about 200km outside Madrid, near the city of Toledo you will find Dominio de Valdepusa, producer of some amazing olive oils.  -http://blog.fridayflats.com/?p=563
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Portuguese Wine and Sports Illustrated model Cintia Dicker!!!!
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BYO in Dublin
 
Restaurants in Dublin Offering BYO (Bring Your Own) | The Vine Inspiration
There is no getting around it - my cooking skills leave a lot to be desired. I love cooking and am always willing to put in the effort, but I'm a perfectionist and that leads to much turmoil in the...
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What your #wine choice says about you... #winelover
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5 Ways You May Be Ruining Your Wine: http://enth.to/1hLaxLh
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We have just published our brand new map of la Rioja's wine region. It is beautifully hand illustrated and displays all major sub regions, cities towns, rivers and mountain ranges. Tell us what you think! - http://www.cellartours.com/spain/spanish-wine-maps/la-rioja.html #rioja #map #wine  
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Interesting article on organic wine producers fight against use of pesticides.
Emmanuel Giboulot to appear before judge in Dijon for refusing to treat vines against insect that spreads devastating disease
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congratulations. can't wait to read. Would you be interested in doing a interview for your blog?
 
Introducing my new book, Wine Science, with a short video — jamie goode's wine blog - http://winema.ps/1lWCj9h
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~Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally~

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Diet is one of the most effective methods of lowering blood pressure. Juicing allows people to supplement their diets with healthy produce in a form that allows the body to absorb the nutrients most easily.

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Time is Portugal’s wealth
Money can’t buy time and Portugal values time. Everything is discussed and decided over a long lunch or dinner where eating is less about being fed and more of a social ritual meant to be well savored. Portugal feels confident and mature enough to just sit back and relax, like a wiser old man who’s had a long fulfilling life and pauses to appreciate the views or a good cheese and bread, a fresh fish just out of the ocean, a glass of wine… Making time, being present and enjoying the now is what makes Portugal so seductive. Spend a few days in Alentejo or even in Lisbon and you begin to feel the clocks ticking slower, telling you to enjoy the moment. Time is Portugal’s wealth.
From: Lisbon Magazine

#alentejo   #portugal   #travel   #holidayinportugal   #lisbon   #lisbontravel  
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Donna Farina
a year ago
I tried to organize a customized tour of wine estates on the Douro River in Portugal. I posted a query online stating exactly what I wanted. I was assured by Ms. Abreu that "We do organize this type of tours," and asked for more information. After I provided all the information requested (which was time consuming), I was then told that they do not do the type of tour I wanted. They wasted my time for nothing. Follow-up -- I raised my rating to 3. Finally I did receive a proposal for a good customized tour. It was expensive and I did not agree to it, but it was good.
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Amy Christison
3 years ago
Simone,I wanted to thank you and Cellar Tours for an incredible trip!!! This was the perfect way to be introduced to Tuscany, the culture, the people, the art, food and wine. The company’s attention to detail, selection of hotels, wineries, restaurants, tour guides was la maggior parte eccellente! Thanks for making sure we got to the right restaurant during our second night when communication was a little bumpy with the staff. We thoroughly enjoyed everyone we met on this trip… they were personable and open and hospitable. I had some of the best conversations during this trip, giving me a great perspective of life in Tuscany….. and a desire to return and immerse myself in the culture in the future. I would take another trip organized by your company in a heart beat and have highly recommended your services to my friends.
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Liz Cermak
2 years ago
This was our first time to Tuscany and our first visit to any Italian wine region. (We have visited all the wine regions in France over the years.) The scenery, food, wine and towns that we visited and explored, were all amazing. Cellar Tours put together a variety of wineries that ranged from large to small production, biodynamic and organic to mass production, and selected restaurants and menus at the winery that not only went well with the local fines wines, but accommodated any dietary limitations. We enjoyed the diversity of the wineries, the restaurants and menus. We were thoroughly impressed by the skill of the chefs. We learned a tremendous amount about the history of Italy and this area specifically. Living in a country that only goes back a few hundred years, we don’t often think about how important the past was, and how influential Italy’s history was on the rest of the world. It was truly an educational trip from that perspective. We met some wonderful people who led us through the winery tours, wine tastings, meals at the restaurants and, for sure, we could not have asked for a better driver than Souro. Not only an excellent driver, navigating the hilly, winding roads of Tuscany (we now know whey Italians make such great Formula 1 drivers!), but he was quite knowledgeable about all of the towns we visited, guided us to what we would be seeing, told us what not to miss, and even took us to some other little towns on the way to the scheduled ones. He was polite, punctual and we had a wonderful time with him. All in all, we had a wonderful time and would highly recommend a private, customized tour with Cellar Tours. Just don't try and put too many wineries in one day!!
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