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Restaurant Staff Training – Don’t Let New Hires Drag Down Restaurant Customer Service

Tweet by Richard Saporito All restaurants have the same dilemma where the new hires who are inexperienced as waiters will drag down the overall restaurant customer service reputation along with overall sales. The question is: “How does the restaurant keep this from occurring?” Well certainly, there must be a strict interview process which not only […]

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Wine Food Pairing – Live large with Great Wine and Comfort Food!

Tweet hat is it about comfort foods that make them, so, comfortable? Is it a personal thing that we bring with us from childhood or maybe a food that we ate while going through tough times? I guess, if that would be the case, then spam would be on everybody’s must have list and how […]

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Burgundy, France – Famous For Its Wines

Tweet The terroir is a group of vineyards or vines from the same area which have a common soil and climate. And nowhere else, other than Burgundy in France, is it held so fondly. Burgundy is a region situated in central east France, which experiences bitter cold winters matched with beautiful warm summers. It is […]

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Waiter Training & Wine Service Part 1 – Taking the Order

This article explains the important aspects of wine service especially taking the wine order. Wine service is an extremely integral part of a restaurant’s reputation and bottom line that must be included in every waiter training program. If wine service is performed in an impeccable manner, it will add great value to the customer’s dining experience along with increased revenue for the restaurant and waiter.

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Cork Versus Screwcap Debate

Tweet For a very long time, cork was the preferred method to seal a bottle of wine. There has been much debate over the past few years as to what the best method is for sealing off a bottle, cork, plastic cork or screw caps. Current estimates predict that roughly 6 percent of all wine […]

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Why Australia For Fine Wines?

Tweet Australia, the land DownUnder, has become a major and exciting force in international wines. Australian wine is taking the world by storm, due to the quality of the grape stock combined with the skill and experience of its winemakers. This enables it to produce a superb and wide range of Australian wine styles. This […]

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Méthode Champenoise, The Art Of Champagne

Tweet As touched upon in my article “Making Red, Rose and Sparkling” wine, there are three different ways to create the bubbles in sparkling wine or Champagne. The first method was carbonation, the same method used to make a can of soda fizzy and also the cheapest method for making sparkling wine. Method number two […]

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I Love French Wine And Food – A White Beaujolais

Tweet If you are looking for fine French wine and food, consider the Beaujolais region of southeastern France. You may find a bargain, and I hope that you’ll have fun on this fact-filled wine education tour in which we review a local white Beaujolais wine. Among France’s eleven wine-growing regions Beaujolais perhaps surprisingly ranks number […]

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