Bacchus – God Of Wine

Bacchus – God Of Wine

Bacchus was the god of wine, god of fertility, the god of the banquet, so for the exhibition he’s really important. You can see in this statue he has grapes in his hair, because he was the god of the vine, he has his cup of wine, because wine was his, and he has even Read more about Bacchus – God Of Wine[…]

Champagne and the Benedictines: History in a Minute (Episode 17)
If You Could Have Dinner (And Sex) With Any Famous Figure | After Hours

If You Could Have Dinner (And Sex) With Any Famous Figure | After Hours

Really, Soren? What, you’ve got a book of cocktail party ice breakers under the table? We don’t have to talk about it. No, let’s! Right after we discuss everyone’s favorite colors. Booo! Third insult! Okay fine, what do you guys want to talk about? [half-hearted mumbling] That’s what I thought. Fine! Uh… Teddy Roosevelt! I Read more about If You Could Have Dinner (And Sex) With Any Famous Figure | After Hours[…]

The Rise of Beer

The Rise of Beer

In 2018, 1.94 billion hectoliters of beer were produced across the globe (and for the non-metric among us, that translates into 51.25 billion gallons of beer–or many (many!) bottles of beer on the wall). A few years earlier, an American trade group called the Brewers Association, basing their early work on the contributions of the Read more about The Rise of Beer[…]

Everything You Need to Know about Louis Roederer – Champagne House & Cristal Sparkling Wine
Everything You Need to Know about Dom Pérignon Champagne – Julien’s Wine School

Everything You Need to Know about Dom Pérignon Champagne – Julien’s Wine School

Dom Pérignon is, in all probability, THE most famous of all Champagne wines together with Moet & Chandon which is in fact the Champagne house that makes Dom Pérignon. Dom Pérignon is the prestige vintage cuvée made by Moet & Chandon. Originally, Dom Pérignon was a Benedictine monk of 17th-Century, established in the Abbey of Read more about Everything You Need to Know about Dom Pérignon Champagne – Julien’s Wine School[…]

Hitler’s Early Years | Until the Beer Hall Putsch (1889-1923)

Hitler’s Early Years | Until the Beer Hall Putsch (1889-1923)

Tales of the Unexpected, by Roald Dahl, features the short story “Genesis and Catastrophe: a true story”. It portrays the story of a woman, Klara, that gives birth to a son that seems frail and weak, even more so than the other three children, Otto, Gustav and Ida, before him – and these children died. Read more about Hitler’s Early Years | Until the Beer Hall Putsch (1889-1923)[…]