Wine and Shine

Wine and Shine is an all natural liquid teeth whitener specifically designed for the red wine drinker. The product is packaged in a small and convenient bottle that allows you to bring Wine and Shine with you anywhere you go. It’s as simple as squeeze, scrub and shine. Not only does Wine and Shine briighten your smile, it also removes that unpleasant stain on your lips and provides you with a burst of fresh minty breath. Say buh-bye to purple teeth and hello to Wine and Shine. – Description from dmerns

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  • Comparing Randy Dunn 's Howell Mountain fruit to To Kalon's Oakville valley fruit is a bit of a stretch. Then there's the Dunn winemaking stye...I've had plenty of To Kalon wines on the young side and I can say one thing, they are never lacking. Sure they were young but they showed the parts that will make them shine brighter in years to come. F... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Mx Cabernet Sauvignon...

  • In the wine world, consumers judge the books by their cover. This past Friday, The Wall Street Journal reporter Lettie Teague dove into the world of wine labelling, talking with designers and experts about the visual coaxing which takes place when the average consumers walks into their local supermarket.  “Ask someone the kind of wine he prefers... Read More

    From the article Label Me Handsome: Bottle Art Plays Big Role in Sales Numbers

  • "When the moon hits your eye/like a big pizza pie/that's amore."As we ate our breakfast on Sunday morning at the Imperial Hotel in Amador City, the soundtrack subtly changed.  Last night at dinner and halfway through breakfast, the soundtrack was from the same era, but Sam Cooke sent us, and Ray Charles warned us about women.  This morning, with... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Amador County 101

  • Capcanes Peraj Ha'Abib Monstant 2012


    A full-bodied, deep wine, itll take time to open up. I shook mine in an empty and cleaned-out gefilte fish jar, to add oxidization quickly. But even then, it didnt really shine until about an hour later.On the nose, its spicy and bewitching, a little woodsy laced with cinnamon.But its on the palate that this wine really shines.I mean that litera... Read More

    Wine review by Shoshi Cooper

  • Hi James, nice to have you back.Serve it colder than you'd serve any other wine. Not freezing, but definitely on the colder side. You taste far more sugar the warmer the beverage or food, and the sugar levels in that will make you nauseous at warm temps. You don't have to serve it at the same temp as an ice-cold beer, but I think it's better to ... Read More

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  • I received a nice bottle of Ice Wine from a friend. Although I understand it goes well with fruit and desserts how do I drink this wine?Is there a way to prepare myself with food, wine temperature or do I just open it and sip it?I have never tasted this wine and don't know what to expect other than it's sweet like Sauternes. Read More

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  • Success could be just a medal away. Wineries looking to make it big have a chance to shine at the 2015 Sommelier Wine Award$ (SWA)s. Registration for the competition is open and will conclude on January 30, 2015. The first round of judging for the competition will take place February 16-17 and 23-24. A second round of judging will take place Mar... Read More

    From the article Registration Open for 2015 Sommelier Wine Awards

  • I did not characterize it as "boring."  In fact the general evaluation that I gave was that it was "pretty good."Two of the three people there DONOTGIVEADAMNABOUTWAHTISFUSSYVSWHATISSTANDARDINWINPROTOCOL.  The third is observant enough to not shove it down their throats with "Oh no.  We have to sit around and watch this open bottle for this for a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?

  • Bordeaux gets a bad rap for several reasons. the top wines are ridiculously expensive. They also require significant time in the cellar to really show their stuff, and the style of these wines has changed over the years, becoming bolder, riper, and to many palates both less fresh and less complex. That’s the problem with expensive Bordeaux, but ... Read More

    From the article Values in Bordeaux?

  • Chateau Petit-Freylon Bordeaux Blanc Cuvee Izzy 2011


    Sweet, fresh and violet rich aromatics greet the nose followed by aroma of wild plums, almost tropical fruit, cinnamon and clay. Ths is smooth and polished with a fair amount of sweet extract concealing the acid and very soft tannins on the palate. Decidedly plummy in the mouth, and more a wine of texture than flavor, the acids struggle to shi... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

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