Rated by Wine Magazine, 96 points out of 100, the 2007 Hartford Highwire Vineyard Zinfandel makes an excellent choice. Hartford is a popular, award-winning producer of zinfandel.Know More
This brand of zinfandel is produced in Russian River Valley, in California's Sonoma region. The particular vineyard in which the grapes are grown features vines that are over 100 years old. The damp, cool area where the vineyard is located helps to influence the well balanced final product.
In a very small production, Hartford makes as little as 300 cases of a particular zinfandel. This slightly boozy red wine, with 15.5 percent alcohol, is smooth and dense. On the palate, the drinker tastes notes of currant, black pepper and anise.Learn more about Wine
Although it varies by brand and type, dry wine contains very minimal amounts of sugar per glass, medium wine contains anywhere from .5 to 2 grams of sugar per 5 fluid ounce glass, and sweet wine can contain up to 6 or more grams of sugar per glass. Red wine typically has a higher sugar content than white wine.Full Answer >
A good brand of dry sherry is Dos Cortados VOS produced by Williams & Humbert, according to SherryNotes.com. This sherry is considered an old Palo Cortado or an Oloroso. The former is an intermediate class between a young sherry, or a Fino, and a dark, rich sherry, or an Oloroso.Full Answer >
Tumi brand luggage comes with Transportation Security Administration approved combination locks that may be quickly set to the combination of the owner's choice with the press of a button and the turn of a few dials. Once set, the lock is secured from opening by anyone except for TSA agents, who have a master key for searching luggage when legally required to do so.Full Answer >
To properly decant wine, first sit the wine bottle upright for at least 24 hours to allow the sediment to settle. Remove the cork, and arrange a flashlight or candle to shine on the bottle neck as you slowly pour the wine into the decanter. Stop pouring immediately when the sediment reaches the neck of the bottle, and serve the wine from the decanter.Full Answer >