Vineyard Vines

10 Dec 18
Vine & Bubble Magazine

Champagne Pommery’s chardonnay-driven and easy drinking style makes Australia a key destination for the House’s famed cuvées, according to Madame Nathalie Vranken, who co-owns the Vranken-Pommery Monopole group with husband, Paul-François. The group also owns champagne brands: Champagne Monopole Heidsieck & Co., Champagne Vranken and Champagne Charles Lafitte, amongst other wine brands. “Australia is important […]

10 Dec 18
itheewine

“Zooey,” asked Sonja, immediately to my infant daughter’s right, “What would you like for Christmas?” “More pasta!” came her emphatic reply. In thinking about what I’m grateful for, I’m grateful for my daughter. Her childlike candor and headstrong demeanor make her both a challenge and a delight to be around, and as she accumulates words […]

10 Dec 18
bocchescucite

dicembre 09, 2018   HAARETZ.COM IDF raids in West Bank show how occupation becomes routine | Opinion *** Fonte   FB  Non c’è famiglia palestinese che non abbia familiarità con questa pratica. Gli israeliani non vengono rapiti dalle loro case. Questa è una caratteristica del sistema di apartheid. Succede ogni notte, con o senza una ragione […]

10 Dec 18
O Perfect Life of Love

  Lord, open my lips. And my mouth will declare Your praise.   Make haste, O God, to deliver me; make haste to help me, O Lord.   Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit; as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be forever. Amen. […]

10 Dec 18
vinidisicilia

Italy is one of the world’s most distinctive wine producing countries, largely because of the predominance of indigenous varieties used in wines across the country. You’ll quite often find a particular varietal planted in only one region or even a small production zone, such as Palagrello Nero and Palagrello Bianco in the Caserta region of […]

27 Oct 18
THE NEXT RUSH

Commemorating 30 years, The Taste of Tasmania unveiled its largest ever program of stallholders and free entertainment including live music, circus and street entertainment, activities for children and the whole family as well as reserved seating for those wanting a guaranteed prime position in the heart of Hobart’s stunning waterfront! Taste of Tasmania Director Brooke […]

10 Dec 18
Faithdunamis

The Girl Child The girl child is God’s own creation and investment. She is the one through whom God displays His beauty, for her making is unique and purposeful. The girl child is God’s own handwork . In the creation story, it was only the absence of the woman that made God to say His […]

10 Dec 18
Napanista

In my last blog post, I introduced the Napanista Holiday List 2018, featuring items for everyone on your list, to wrap and put under the tree.  I am the first to admit that it is super fun to give a gift and even more fun be a recipient of a gift; tearing off that wrapping can […]

10 Dec 18
Equilibrium

Vine street runs from Swallow Street, parallel to Regent Street and Piccadilly. The street is approximately 70 feet/ 21 m long and is now a dead end. It runs east and parallel to Piccadilly near Piccadilly Circus. It mainly  consists of the back of/ the rear facades of buildings facing onto other streets.  It connects […]

10 Dec 18
Under the Same Sky

Rich beyond my wildest dreams. That’s the best way I can think of to describe my life in Russell. When people asked me why I was moving there, the best I could say was, “Because the water is magnetic blue, and because……avocados.” There was a feeling, that was all I knew. I haven’t been worried about […]

10 Dec 18
pop & pour

By Peter Vetsch Before getting into tonight’s wine, allow me a brief moment of self-reflection.  I realized partway through the current Advent blogging blitz that one of these recent half-bottle calendar posts marked the 500th piece of posted content in Pop & Pour’s history.  I have been writing this blog since March 2011, and never […]

10 Dec 18
wordtrail

  FUTURE VISION When prophets reveal future events we may wonder if his future has already happened before our own time.  Isaiah lived in the same time period as king Hezekiah so the events of his time were more like current events than future predictions.  There was a season when king Hezekiah made godly decisions […]

09 Dec 18
Teutonic Warrior

From the “Fig Tree” learn a lesson By: Eric Gajewski From the work, “Fortress of the Soul” Protestants erroneously misinterpret Scripture: The fig tree “blooming again” does not refer to the supposed regeneration of the”nation of Israel” but rather to the conversion of the Jews to Christ and the Catholic towards the end of the […]

09 Dec 18

Rainmaker Rainmaker is a short story I recently wrote.  The theme was Monster.  I don’t write normally about monsters.  This Ideal was the beginning of a potential monster. Enjoy.  Thanks   Rainmaker Fire!!! A thunderous voice rang out in the dark night.  Each time the word rang out it trembled off the stone walls of the […]