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Greek Wines New Year Resolution, “Drink More Nectar”

Those in the know’s New Year’s resolution is “To drink more “Nectar” and enjoy more Chesnut blondes. And resolve, in 2021, to know their “ass-ear-leeko” (Assyrtiko) from their “ash-ee-or-shee leeko” (Agiorgitiko) and their Cazee-no-mav-roe (Xinomavro). In other words, drink more Greek wine. As well as reds like Mavrotragano and Thracian Limnio, Nemea’s lemony/peachy Moschofilero, the so-called […]
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Italian Caviar Offers Some of the Best Osetra Varieties in the Market

Most of the prehistoric Acipenser family members have now defected to the West from the Caspian, Black, and Azov seas. Many are currently thriving in Italy. China (“Kaluga Queen”) Canada (British Colombia’s “Northern Divine”), the UK “Exmoor Caviar and the Addey family’s “KC Caviar” Saudi Arabia (“Caviar Court” in Damman), Moldova,  Poland, France (where Russian […]
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Distinctive Gin from Israeli, The Land of Milk & Honey

The Ginsters have reached western Galilee, and gin has become part of kibbutz culture. “Akko” is the first premium gin made exclusively from Israeli plants. Produced at his Jullius Distillery in Kibbutz Hanita, Yuval “Joov” Hargil’s “Akko Wild Gin uses twelve Galilean botanicals. The kosher-for-Passover friendly gin uses a base spirit made from grapes, not […]
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Israeli Whiskies, Malt Scene in The Promised Land

Israel is “A land of wheat and barley, of vines, figs, and pomegranates, a land of olives and honey.”  And now, whisky.  The Promised Land and Judean hills have a malt scene. Because of the climate, a three-year Israeli whisky will have the intensity of a ten-year-old from Scotland. High temperatures accelerate the distilling process. […]
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