We went for a wine tour in Serbia before returning to Belgrade, what a great way to end an amazing trip!? There are lots of things to do in Serbia and look forward to returning and further exploring the country.


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Global Warming And Wine | Viticulture And Climate Change (HD 1080p)

Global Warming And Wine | Viticulture And Climate Change (HD 1080p)
Global warming could drastically alter the world wine map. This phenomenon pushes winegrowers to conquer new lands, moving ever further towards the poles. Temperatures are expected to rise from 3° to 5°C by 2050, accompanied by a decrease in summertime precipitation, much more frequent heat waves (over 35°C) that are fatal to grapevines, increased soil erosion and irrigation problems.
This catastrophic scenario for an entire economy is a reality. Tomorrow’s wines may no longer taste the same, with certain grands crus having completely lost their current typicity, and the reshuffling of the winemaking cards may prove a fatal blow for certain regions, including southern Europe, France and California.
This investigative documentary surveys the research carried out and the decisions made by both vineyard owners and scientists to tackle the question of global warming.


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Director: Eric Michaud
Production: Saison Cinq
Year: 2010

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Premier Wine Country Properties / Natasha Antonioni / 707-506-6272 /

Premier Wine Country Properties / Natasha Antonioni / 707-506-6272 /
Known for its enjoyable, Mediterranean climate, and world famous wines. Whether you are sipping a glass of wine at one of the many world famous wineries, or sitting on a patio enjoying a meal at a five-star restaurant, Napa Valley will make you feel like everyday is a vacation day. Great weather and exquisite wines are always in season. Napa Valley offers year round outdoor entertainment. Welcome to the legendary Napa Valley. Natasha Antonioni Napa Valleys Top Agent 707-506-6272

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How To Detect Fraudulent Wine

How To Detect Fraudulent Wine
On the day that wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan is sentenced, we’ll take a look at ways for wine lovers on distinguishing fakes from the real deal. MarketWatch’s Priya Anand joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with some helpful tips. Photo: Getty

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How Terpenes are Being Used in Cooking

With cannabis content on the rise since its legalization in many states, you have probably come across “terpenes” along your internet travels. Terpenes are fragrant oils that provide cannabis its scent, and like all things cannabis, there is a wide variety of uses. Uses in cooking have become immensely popular for its wide variety of flavors and aromas, ranging from fruity to floral. Terpenes also play a significant role in medicinal cannabis’s therapeutic benefits. Does this imply that terpenes provide not only great taste, but also adds therapeutic perks in food? The answer is “yes” and “yes”.

Terpenes and Food

Terpenes have a variety of effects and tastes in food, depending on the type you choose. The fruiter flavors are known to improve energy while the earth flavors soothe and help you relax. The most critical factors in cooking with terpenes are dosage and portion control. It can be the difference between enjoying yourself and having a psychoactive experience. For example, if you are baking 200mg brownies and only want a 10mg experience, you only want to eat 1/20th of one brownie. If you are not sure what a 10mg experience is like, you may want to start with 5mg and work your way up.

Terpene Benefits

Brownies are a classic food that you can use terpenes in, but how are terpenes being used in the broader scope of food? D-Limonene is one of the more common terpenes in cooking. It has a lemony tang and provides anti-depression and anti-anxiety benefits. D-Limonene is perfect for foods such as lemon pound cake and buttercream frosting.

Pinene is another fantastic option to include in your recipes for its distinctive piney aroma and flavor. It goes well with savory dishes like vegetable soup or anything with potatoes and is known to provide benefits to alertness and memory. The key to creating the perfect tasting dish with terpenes is to take a good whiff and consider the recipe you want to make. What you smell will give you a good idea of the taste you are going to get.

Cooking Cautionary

As with anything in life, there are some things you will want to take necessary precautions towards. For instance, when it comes to terpenes and food, you will want to avoid cooking your terpene dishes at too high of a temperature, which can destroy terpene content. It is best to cook at a slow roast to preserve flavor, aroma, and medicinal properties. Keep in mind that there are numerous terpene types, and each one has a different vaporization temperature, which should be considered before you begin whipping up your dish.


As you can see, terpenes are becoming more popular as a food ingredient to make both tasty and nutrients that have a therapeutic twist. Even though there is currently not enough research conducted to confirm the entourage effect (the proposition that terpenes and cannabinoids produce therapeutic traits), cannabis connoisseurship is starting to become more enlightening. As research continues to rise, it will be interesting to see how terpenes can influence health while offering prospective tastes and smells to our palates.

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KYADONDO EAST – Omuyambi W’omubaka Bobi Wine Yebaziza Abagaba Sente

KYADONDO EAST – Omuyambi W’omubaka Bobi Wine Yebaziza Abagaba Sente

Musician Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine recently declared his interest in running for Kyadondo East constituency as a Member of Parliament (MP).

The declaration came after the Court of Appeal upheld the lower court decision that nullified the election of FDC’s Apollo Kantinti as the representative for the said constituency.

The Electoral Commission (EC) set June 26, 2017 as the polling date for the Kyadondo East by-elections in Wakiso district.

Before the re-election occurs, I look at some of the reasons, Bobi Wine, if voted in, could turn out to be a reputable MP.

As a disclaimer, this story is not written to by someone with a decent command of political commentary so in case of any doubt in ‘facts’ stated here, don’t shoot at first sight.

Let’s get down to the reasons.

Political Background

If you listened to Bobi Wine’s song “Wendi”, you might recall two names: Nyanzi and Eddie Yawe. Both are Bobi Wine’s brothers.

Fred Nyanzi or Chairman Nyanzi (as he is commonly called) has been a local council leader in Kamokya for a quite a long time, even contending for Kampla Central Division chairmanship at some point.

Eddie Yawe has previously stood as Member of Parliament, Kira municipality losing to Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda.

Coming from a lineage of politicians, doesn’t entitle someone to leadership, but it shows you have grown up seeing exemplary leaders, who you can always run to for advice.

Family man

There are very few celebrities out there who have set an exemplary family life like Bobi Wine has.

If you check Bobi Wine’s social media pages, you won’t miss pictures where he is having a fatherly engagement with his children and wife.

They will be either at the farm looking after cows, in the plantations checking on crops, or the wife is having kids do chores.

As an MP, it doesn’t stop at representing people in parliament; you also need to show them that you have your life together right from home, which he has at least tried to do.

Of course he has also been on the wrong side, like when news made rounds that he had sired children in extra affairs, but like they say, no man is perfect.


Bobi Wine has established himself in the business circles, with some of his enterprises like Busabala beach, which is now a popular social hangout.

He even keeps company of the best in the game like Godfrey Kirumira. At one time renowned promoter Balaam Barugahara even asked fellow musicians to “emulate” him.

When you have a leader who knows how take risks like most entrepreneurs are known, then you can be sure there is hopes of development ahead.
Association with leaders

Bobi Wine has been on several occasions seen rubbing shoulders with some of the best leaders like Kizza Besigye, Betty Nambooze, a sign that he knows who to look up to.

Besides that, he has also shown that he’s self-driven and non-conformist; when other musicians were teaming up to compose a campaign song for the president – he wasn’t bothered.

A self-driven leader is the kind at 21st century society needs.


Bobi Wine and his wife Barbie Kyagulanyi have been seen in the recent past donating lots of things to schools and many other needy communities.

This is indicator of willingness to serve and a sense of empathy. In our society today, these are the kinds of leaders we want.

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LCBO Discover, Wines Of The Rhone Valley, Part 1 0f

LCBO Discover, Wines Of The Rhone Valley, Part 1 0f
France’s Rhône Valley is a wine lovers paradise. This is home to many of the grape varieties which are planted the world over. Grenache, syrah and mourvèdre have grown here for generations. In the embrace of the radiant sun, relentless mistral wind and rocky soils they produce wines that are flavourful and generous. Produced in 2009

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An Oregon Wine Grower: From Wall Street To Vineyard Farm

An Oregon Wine Grower: From Wall Street To Vineyard Farm
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Dick Shea, of Shea Wine Cellars, grows wine grapes for other specialty winemakers, and produces his own vintage wines in limited quantities. A former Wall Street executive, Shea talks about his sudden life altering decision to become a “farmer” with the purchase of 140 acres in Newberg, Oregon.

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If Grapes Could Talk | Verizon AgTech: Vineyard In Action: Hahn Family Wines

If Grapes Could Talk | Verizon AgTech: Vineyard In Action: Hahn Family Wines
Hahn Family Wines, established in 1980, needed a solution to manage irrigation for its vineyards. This family-owned winery is home to 650 acres of estate vineyards with roots dating back to the 1790s when Spanish missionaries realized the rare soils in Monterey, California were ideal for grapevines. Verizon worked in tandem with Hahn to install its Internet of Things (IoT) AgTech sensors to help increase the precision and better understand the irrigation needs of each block of grapevines. These sensors measure temperature, humidity, solar radiation, rain fall and wind speed, which communicate or “talk” through a gateway to the Verizon AgTech platform. Verizon’s AgTech analytic engine produces actionable irrigation recommendations based on all the data collected in the field and crop modelling.

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La Rioja Wine Country, Spain

La Rioja Wine Country, Spain
La Rioja is an autonomous community and a province in Spain, located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula. Its capital is Logroño. The region is well known for its wines under the brand Origen Calificada Rioja.

The history of Rioja wine reflects a long and varied winemaking tradition in the Spanish region of La Rioja, starting with the first Phoenician settlers in 11th century BC. As with many of Europe’s most well known wine regions, the Ancient Romans founded many of the Rioja vineyards. Throughout the Middle Ages, pilgrims to the shrine of St. James at Santiago de Compostela passed through the region and carried back with them the reputation of wines from the area. The phylloxera epidemic of the late 19th century was a major catalyst in the expansion and modernization of the Rioja wine industry, with the devastation the French wine industry both opening up the French wine market and bringing an influx of French investment into the region. Today, together with Sherry, Rioja is the most internationally recognized of all Spanish wines.

The area was formerly occupied by pre-Roman Berones, Pelendones and Basques. After partial recapture to the Muslims in the early tenth century, the region became part of the Kingdom of Pamplona, later being incorporated into Castile after a century and a half of disputes. From the eighteenth century the Rioja region remained divided between the provinces of Burgos and Soria, until in 1833 the province of Logroño was created, changing the name of the province to La Rioja in 1980 as a prelude to its constitution under a single provincial autonomous community following the adoption of the Estatuto de San Millán in 1982. The first written reference in which the name Rioja appears is in the Miranda de Ebro forum in 1099.

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