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WineGeo Social Roundup #3 | #Wine #Food #Travel From Around The Web

Every week Wine Geographic hunts the web and captures the most talked about, shared and intriguing #wine #food,  and #travel content from you and from around the web. This week you can make your own wine rack, see the most talked about winery, although in this case, it may be one that you might not want to travel to. You will find wine travel tips and destinations for the wine lover and a food recipe that will get your taste-buds watering..take a look at the wine pairing as well. Lastly, a cocktail that you will want to have down for your guests before the 4th…cheers!

Dont Have A Wine Rack? 10 DIY Wine Racks That You Can Build Right Now

These 10 wine rack plans include everything that you will need to build your very own, functional wine rack. Written plans, videos, diagrams, shopping lists, …everything except the wine, which you already should have plenty of. There are vertical, horizontal, and even custom wine rack plans. Some will hold 6-bottles of wine where some of the modular plans can hold dozens. Just take a look and you’ll find a wine rack plan for your style and your space.

Top Travel | Six Great Wine Trips That Are Cheaper Than Napa Valley

You May Have a Thriving Wine Country Closer to You Than You Think

Are you looking to go on that wine getaway but are peering into that empty wallet? Napa and Sonoma are premier wine country and with that come a full price,,you get what you pay for but this time you may be able to plan your wine-cation closer to home with these “other” top wine travel destinations.

The Top Wine On The Web This Week

A load of wine experts have got together and decided that the best red wine in the world comes from Asda. After blind taste tests of around 16,000 reds and whites from across the globe, a panel of 240 international wine experts judged Asda’s low-cost Malbec to be the ‘ultimate crowd pleaser’.

Top Winery On Twitter

Is Trump Winery In Virginia The largest On The East Coast?

Get Ready For the 4th of July with This Coctail

You don’t need to celebrate U.S. Independence Day to enjoy this one and you may want to practice. The Fourth of July cocktail is a layered shooter. It’s pictured here with cream on top for a true red, white and blue look, but you can also layer cream vodka on top to make it stronger.



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