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Raise A Glass To The Best Wine Of The Month Gifts!

Are you looking for some of the best wine of the month gifts? We have taken out all the hard work and done your research for you. See our Wine Gifts page (http://www.gourmet-food-gifts.com/wine-gifts.htm) for our suggestions, but heres a little information you need before buying any wine of the month gifts.

First, you need to decide your budget. If its small, thats not a problem. There are so many choices when it comes to wine gifts: number of months, number of wines, color of wines, regions and so on that anyone can afford to give a wine of the month gift. You dont have to go with 12 months month to month, 3 months, 6 months are also available.

You can also opt for wine clubs that send wine and gourmet food every month. These are of course slightly more expensive, but in my opinion you shouldnt have to drink your wine without anything to compliment it. A great thing about joining a wine club also is that theres usually an extra discount on other purchases you make. Yes, its not the cheapest gift to give, but if you know a wine lover, a wine of the month gift can be the best gift they ever get!

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Tara Pearce is the webmaster and author of all content at http://www.gourmet-food-gifts.com. If you need a great gift that anyone would love, visit our site for some of the yummiest treats you'll ever find!

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Raise A Glass To The Best Wine Of The Month Gifts!

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Featured Vintage Wine Items

The FTD We Fondly Remember Arrangement - Premium

This colorful bouquet conveys your deep sympathies. Traditionally arranged in a basket are red roses, pink gladiolus, white spider chrysanthemums, purple iris and more. Appropriate to send to a home or to a funeral. S5-3498P

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News about Vintage Wine

‘Bottle Shock’

Wed, 13 Aug 2008 16:58:52 PDT
In 1976, California wines topped the French in a blind tasting in Paris for the first time, an event on par with the Protestant Reformation for European wine snobs. ‘We have shattered the myth of French invincibility,’ says Alan Rickman in Bottle Shock, which fictionalizes Napa Valley’s triumph, ‘and not just for California. The world’s great wines will come from… India, China or Africa.’ But 32 years later, India’s saddled with Sula, which might as well be Gallo table wine. Freddie Rodrigue

Fab Redux: LBDisco

Wed, 13 Aug 2008 14:00:22 PDT
Fab Redux: LBDisco Wed, 08/13/2008 - 2:00pm by FabSugar 35 Views - 2 comments I recently had a long day of wine tasting in Napa Valley, got home around 7 p.m., and had to get ready to go back out again. As fun as a social life is, it can be exhausting and challenging. Challenging, in the closet arena. I definitely have some go-to items for lazy Sundays — jeans, moccasins, cardigans — but a Friday night on the town? So I grabbed my black Corey Lynn Calter maxi dress, threw on tons of j

$44.99] Bodegas J C Conde Neo Ribera del Duero 2004 Free Shipping by Wines `Til Sold Out

Wed, 13 Aug 2008 13:01:39 PDT
Bodegas J C Conde Neo Ribera del Duero 2004 By Robert Parker2004 Bodegas J C Conde Neo A Proprietary Blend Dry Red Table wine from Ribera Del Duero, Castilla Leon, SpainReview by Jay Miller Wine Advocate 169 Feb 2007 Rating: 94 Drink 2015 2030 Cost: $55$90 The 2004 Neo, from a better vintage than the 2003, is a more hedonistic effort. It is more expansive aromatically and offers greater complexity on the palate. This opulent wine is fullbodied, layered, and concentrated. Its structure is wellhi

Wine Blogging Wednesday 48–Back to my roots

Wed, 13 Aug 2008 12:32:58 PDT
It’s hard to believe that Wine Blogging Wednesday is four years old! This month’s edition is hosted by WBW’s father, Lenn, over at Lenn Devours. The theme for this month’s event asks wine bloggers to go back and taste the wine that they first encountered, first started drinking, first sat up and took notice of, etc. HAL 9000 voice] I’m sorry, Lenn. I’m afraid I can’t do that. /HAL 9000 voice] If I wanted to give a lawyer’s answer, I’d say that I can’t find that particular wine–the vintage

New Bo wine as robust as the man

Wed, 13 Aug 2008 09:35:14 PDT
Bo Schembechler, the rugged coach who inspired generations of University of Michigan football players and fans, is now the inspiration for a fine 2005 vintage California merlot. Its name is as brisk and strong as the man himself: Bo...

Wednesday Indie Artist Fixx with Rock Scissor Paper

Wed, 13 Aug 2008 07:54:52 PDT
For today’s Indie Artist Fixx I’m sharing my interview with sisters & co-owners of Rock Scissor Paper, Susie & Heidi Bauer. The Bauer sisters first opened Rock Scissor Paper in 1993 as a small home-based business & have worked to grow it into a worldwide brand carrying over 500 products. They design, manufacture, package and ship all of Rock Scissor Paper’s products from their Los Angeles area warehouse now instead of their living rooms! Susie and Heidi are having a one-day wor

Anita O’Day’s Life

Wed, 13 Aug 2008 03:38:00 PDT
1959’s Gene Krupa Story might be a flawed film, but there is a great scene of Anita O’Day singing “Memories of You” at an after hours party. “Who’s the snake charmer,” Sal Mineo asks as Krupa. His femme fatale girlfriend responds: “Anita O’Day. Not bad, if you like talent.” While brief, its one of my favorite O’Day clips, and one of the few not included in a new O’Day documentary opening Friday in New York and LA. Anita O’Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer (trailer here), draws from extensive archiv

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