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Clubs of America | Jul 31, 2016

(Vintage 2014, White) Country: Germany  Region: Mosel  Grape: Riesling The Mosel wine region lies along the peaceful banks of the Mosel (the 2007 vintage referred to it as the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer) enjo…

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Clubs of America | Jul 29, 2016

Country: Germany  Region: Rheinhessen  Grape: Organic Dornfelder Rheinhessen lies in a valley of rolling hills, bordered on the west by the Nahe River and on the north and east by the Rhine.

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Clubs of America | Jul 27, 2016

Country: Argentina  Region: Mendoza  Grape: Organic Torrontés Riojano Argentina has a long wine history, dating back to 1557 when the first vines were planted in Santiago del Estero.

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Clubs of America | Jul 25, 2016

Country: Spain  Region: Castilla y Léon  Grapes: Pinot Noir and Tempranillo Castilla y Léon is situated in northwestern Spain, well known for its traditional beauty, plentiful fortifications, and …

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Clubs of America | Jul 22, 2016

Going it alone with your own itinerary and a fistful of maps, or using the guidance of a tour company specializing in wine tours, you are in for a special treat.

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Clubs of America | Jul 20, 2016

TANZANIA AA RUVUMA — FULL CITY ROAST — Ruvuma, a region in southwestern Tanzania, is named after the Ruvuma River which flows along the southern border with Mozambique.

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Clubs of America | Jul 15, 2016

Self-taught brewers, Jason Yarusi and Jeffrey Simon, East Village roommates and fellow bartenders, first cranked out beer in their kitchen.

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Clubs of America | Jul 13, 2016

Founded in 1994, this company is named for Smuttynose Island, the third largest of the nine islands that form the Isles of Shoals, a small, rugged archipelago that lies seven miles off the craggy New …

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Clubs of America | Jul 11, 2016

Hops are crucial to the character of beer, whether it be in ales or lagers.

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Clubs of America | Jul 09, 2016

Want to make the most of your cigar-smoking experience? Some hints: Source of Ignition: Always light up using a match, lighter, or a fancy cedar spill.

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