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North Georgia WineriesWe've visited a lot of wineries in the NE corner of Georgia over the last few years. Some are amazing and all have at least one wine that we enjoy. The region is home to more than 20 wineries but we prefer to stay in the Cleveland, GA area that's central to several of our favorites. 

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sodastreamLeave it to the WineWankers to find a way to make something spectacular using a kitchen gadget. See the video below for details. I'm not sure it's worth the cost (they lost about 1/2 the bottle of shiraz) but it may be worth the fun. So FUN is the key here.

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Fried chickenMy former Boss Michael asked for a favor, which happened often. He was the manager of Sales at a luxury hotel and I used to be his catering manager. “I left because I wanted time off. I seem to be working for you just as much, only I don’t have the corporate benefits,” I said only half-jokingly.

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Sylvia Sterling loves many things: good friends, exceptional food, spectacular wine, and putting all those elements together. She writes about her adventures and spares no details.

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According to a new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, red wine consumption may improve the heart health of people with type 2 diabetes. The results of the two-year study found that a moderate intake of red wine resulted in lower blood sugar and a decreased development of heart disease. Include the following visualization in your coverage to illustrate the prevalence of type 2 diabetes by county. Also included are maps that show the percentage of men and women with a heart age 5 or more years greater than their actual age.

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louisiana mapThere are innumerable alcoholic drinks in the world: beers, wines, scotch, bourbon, hard liquor – that's way too wide a variety to waste time on the bad ones (nothing worse than a bad drink) in search of the best. Well, here is our list of  the most popular types of alcoholic beverages in Louisiana, just so you know what to serve any Louisiana natives who come knocking at your door.

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CPVAll 3 are bubblies and the most recognized (at least in the US) is Champagne. But is it better, or even different from the other 2 types of bubbly? Better - that depends entirely on the bottle and your own taste. Different - Well check out this infographic and get educated.

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We all have our own preferences. I like to think that we have lots of options when it comes to choosing our favorite embibements. Here's a chance to tell us where you would spend $100 (assuming someone handed you a Franklin).

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This beverage ratingI siteI is interestingI in that it seems to be inclusive of lots of different types of drinks. LooI for your favorites.

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ProcessesEvery different beverage is made in a different way, right? Well not exactly. It seems they all share more similarities than not. Check out this chart for the details. Along the way you may discover some interesting refreshments you've never heard of before... I did.

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red-wines-bottleThe world of red wines is a heady, rich and wonderful world filled with everything from the nuanced subtlety of a gentle South African Merlot to the peppery richness of Sangre de Toro, “Blood of the Bull” from Spain. In general, many of the “rules” of wine drinking have been cast aside in today’s world, making it more accessible to every person, and with the increased demand supply has soared, allowing for inexpensive and very delicious wine available to all.