A Denver company gauged how much arsenic is in Trader Joe’s, and other wine makers, wines. Turns out those readings say that there’s at least SOME arsenic in ‘Two-Buck Chuck’ wines. Does that mean that you’re going to get cancer?
Did you know Colorado boasts a great selection of wines made on the western slope? It's nestled in the Grand Valley area of Colorado (Which contains Grand Junction, Palisade and Fruita). Just a 4-5 hour drive from Fort Collins will put you smack dab in the middle of Colorado Wine County and a plethora of wineries and meaderies as well as a brewery and a distillery.
Warm white wine is almost as gross at chilled red wine. But what do you do if you haven't had time to chill your white wine before it's time to pour? Use ice? Not unless you enjoy wine-flavored water after a few minutes. Try this instead...
Picture this: You're trudging through the last hour of a hard day at work. You know you have a brand new bottle of your favorite wine at home, patiently waiting to make your troubles subside. You finally get home to your wonderful wine; but wait...oh no! You can't find the corkscrew! Well don't lose hope just yet...
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