Wine is inherently social, a product that by its very nature almost begs to be shared. No surprise, then, that wine is talked about online with such frequency and volume. How high is that volume? A list of active wine blogs recently compiled by the organizers of the American Wine Bloggers Conference puts the total number of wine blogs at nearly 1500. Thanks to the work of passionate and knowledgeable wine fans, the days of a handful of experts determining what constitutes the wines worth drinking are long behind us, with thousands of people now turning to blogs and social media for their wine recommendations. Here are a few examples of wine websites that are giving wine blogging a good name.
Spanish Sangria Recipe
Sangria is the quintessential Spanish drink. It’s a mixture that combines wine, liquor, and fruit to create a fun and refreshing beverage. This basic version is easy to make, with ingredients that you might already have on hand. However, you don’t don’t have to follow the recipe; it can easily be customized using different fruits or varieties of wine. Feel free to experiment by adding or substituting the things you like. With only a few minutes of preparation time, this Spanish sangria recipe will produce a fancy cocktail that will be perfect for brunch or a summer party.
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Whole Wheat Bread
Whole wheat bread is a leading food hated as a kid. The texture of whole wheat bread is a bit dryer, which was probably why you did not care for it. As an adult, you may have tried whole wheat as an alternative to chemically bleached breads or as part of a sandwich option and found out that you enjoy the flavor and the texture when prepared properly. It is one of the most common foods that you change your mind about over your lifetime.