Here are 3 ways to cut glass bottles. Get a string and wrap it around the bottle. Tie it to the bottle and cut off the ends. Take it off and soak it in acetone. Put it back on the bottle, preferably on the line that looks like a point where the glass is joined
Hello everyone! Today I’ve got a chance to stop by this liquor store they have a lot of wine and beers, that’s why I wanted to do a video clip for everyone to see let’s do it in January, still cold I’ll need my beanie hat to keep my head warm This store name Total
Best way to test wine without looking like an (bleep)? That’s not it. Michael Dorf is founder of City Winery in New York. He bottles, sells and drinks wine. He knows how to make it look good. Number one, the stare. Hold glass at an angle away from you, make eye contact with the wine.
People buy the brand, not the alcohol We can easily mix a quarter of a bottle without consumers realising it A bottle contains 750ml You can take 180ml out of it without the risk of getting caught If you take out more, then people can tell the difference It’s easy to mix Indian brands For
Hey Tasters! Ever wondered why a wine bottle only has a capacity for 750 ml? Why not a litre? There are many theories around this. Most of them are wrong. For example, some speculate that since the bottles were made of blown glass, the 750 ml size must have been the average capacity of a
It’s inevitable to thank you for choosing me, for inviting me here… First of all, the word ‘good’ that is often considered…it’s often objectified..and it’s very difficult to objectify it So, we often try to look at it without any pressure to liberate it from an epidermic perception saying I like it or not.. or
Reportedly, the most expensive bottle of wine ever sold in the world was a 6-Liter flask, of 1992 Screaming Eagle sold at auction back in 2000 while the wine wasn’t even ten years old. If you’re wondering why, well, we’ll get to it in a minute. But first what is screaming Eagle? well screaming Eagle
In this episode of FlyWine we will be opening sparkling wine Sparkling wine is different from other wines because it contains bubbles or carbon monoxide Sparkling wines are produced all over the world and they are usually white and rarely rose (pink), even though due to the latest trends people now more often make rose