Previous articleAfternoon Brief, January 22ndNext articleWinemaking and Cellar Practices Streamlined Through Groundbreaking Software-as-a-Service Technology Press Release Home Industry News Releases Qvevri Wines Include Amber Wines to Reflect the Traditional Winemaking Method of…Industry News ReleasesWine BusinessQvevri Wines Include Amber Wines to Reflect the Traditional Winemaking Method of 6000 BCE.By Press Release – January 22, 2021 486 0 Share Twitter TAGSQvevriSada Wine Imports AdvertisementPhiladelphia, PA – (Jan. 20, 2021) – Why not present a romantic gift to your Valentine — a Qvevri Kisi! Sada Wine Imports, a U.S. importer of Georgian wines, has released 3 qvevri wines under its family’s Sun Wine label, and one is an amber-colored Kisi Qvevri.“Our family is very proud to introduce wines made in ancient Georgian traditional Qvevri method with minimal intervention,” said Zurab Cherashvili, operations manager of Sada Wine Imports. “The 2019 Kisi Qvevri, in particular, is a welcome alternative white wine, with its subtle tannin structure for added complexity.”Georgia, the country that intersects Europe and Asia and was once a Soviet republic, is home to Caucasus Mountain villages, Black Sea beaches and an ancient wine-growing region producing over 500 unique grapes to make exotic and affordable wines. The country is one of the oldest winemaking regions in the world, a fact that came to light five years ago, when archeologists discovered qvevri (pronounced “kway-vree”), traditional clay vessels used in winemaking. Inside the qvevri were grape seeds dating to 6000 BCE. UNESCO was so amazed by the longevity of these ancient clay jars that they included qvevri on its Intangible Cultural Heritage list in 2013.The following three wines were made in qvevri, the large egg-shaped, beeswax-lined, porous terracotta vessels filled with grapes – skins in-tact, covered and buried underground for six months. Due to the vessel’s bulbous shape and pointed bottom, it acts as a natural filtration system, enhancing the natural essence of Georgia wines.2019 Sun Wine Kisi Qvevri Amber ($22)Kisi (key-see) grapes are a rare grape varietal that grow on old vines on the mountains of Kakheti. This is an amber colored, or “orange” wine with aromatic notes of dried orange peel and stone fruit leads to a palate of deep citrus with hints of black tea. It is a full-bodied wine with a tight tannin structure, best served with hard cheeses, pork, or grilled chicken.2018 Sun Wine Rkatsiteli Qvevri Dry Amber ($20)Made with 100% Rkatsiteli grapes, (Rkatsiteli literally translates to “red stem”) this sumptuous wine is “orange” and offers a ripe citrus bouquet and sweeping, complex palate of dried orange peel, sweet tea, stone fruits, and a lingering finish of caramel. Serve this wine with spiced meats, rice, lentils, or smoked eggplant.2019 Sun Wine Saperavi ($23)Saperavi, (Georgian translation “to give color”) is an acidic, teinturier-type grape whose red flesh is attributed to anthocyanin pigments stored within the pulp of the grape berry itself. From the vineyards of Kvareli, this Saperavi wine presents an intense, dark pomegranate color leading to an earthy, ripened cherry bouquet. On the palate, a nice tannin structure and medium-bodied mouthfeel of pomegranate finishes with a touch of spice.Instead of a dozen roses, why not offer a dozen bottles of Qvevri Kisi for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? All three qvevri wines are available for purchase online at www.sada-wine.com.With the release of these qvevri wines, Sada Wine Imports invites you to join its wine club, giving oenophiles and novices alike access to an array of benefits, including discounts, first notifications of limited releases, and incentive savings on shipments and anniversary gifts. For more information or to sign up, please visit https://sada-wine.com/wine-club. Please sign up for our mailing list while online.About Sada Wine ImportsSada Wine Imports, under the Sun Wine label, is an importer of its family’s Georgian wines to the United States. Its mission is to explore the full potential of winemaking in the birthplace of wine by producing the highest quality wines from its vineyards, using both the European and the ancient Georgian traditional Qvevri methods and sharing them with wine lovers around the world.Advertisement Facebook Pinterest ReddIt Linkedin Email
Read Article Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app News Share MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” The symposium brought together about 350 students and allied health workers from institutions in Delhi and focused on healthy lifestyle and organ donationAnupriya Patel, Minister of State, Health and Family Welfare inaugurated a symposium cum exhibition on ‘Dialogue with Organs for Allied Health Force – A step to enhance cognitive skills’, organised by the Department of Anatomy at Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital recently.Speaking at the function, Patel stated that it is imperative to maintain a healthy lifestyle and avoid habits which in the long run will pose as a health hazard. “Only when all the members of our society will be aware of a healthy lifestyle and of the necessity of avoiding unhealthy practices, can we achieve ‘Health for All’,” she said. Patel also administered the oath to the students and participants for adopting health lifestyle. Dr S Venkatesh, Director General of Health Services (DGHS) and Gayatri Mishra, Joint Secretary were also present at the event.Patel further stated that organ donation and body donation is one of the noblest things that one can do. She added that healthy lifestyle and organ donation are infact interconnected. “Only when one has healthy organs, can he or she lead a healthy life, and can be eligible for organ donation,” she emphasised. She also reiterated the need for empowering oneself with knowledge to attain professional competency and appreciated the unique initiative of the Department. “This platform of interaction of the eager learners with renowned experts in different fields will go a long way to create awareness and clear certain concepts in their mind,” she added.The highlight of the symposium was the exhibition on pathological effect on human organs which displayed normal, preserved human organs and pathological specimen of human liver, lungs, large and small intestine to lay specific emphasis on the effects of smoking, alcoholism, drug abuse, drink-and-drive and unhealthy lifestyle displayed through scientific posters.The participants were informed on the importance of healthy organs for organ donation. This is the second time that such a symposium has been organised by Department of Anatomy at VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital for the allied health workers. The event was supported by the Defense Research and Development Organisation (DRDO)Also present at the event were, Dr Rajendra Sharma, Medical Superintendent of VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital, Dr Mangala Kohli, the Head of the Department of Anatomy along with other senior officers of the health ministry. Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Related Posts Anupriya Patel inaugurates symposium cum exhibition on organ donation By EH News Bureau on October 5, 2018
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand – Unfazed by an earthquake just before she teed off, top-ranked Lydia Ko won the New Zealand Women’s Open for the third time in four years Sunday. The magnitude 5.7 quake rattled the area about 10 minutes before Ko began play. She started the round on time and play wasn’t interrupted by the quake. ”It was interesting, I’ve never been on a golf course where there is an earthquake,” Ko said. ”It was lucky I wasn’t out there playing because I wouldn’t want to be in the middle of my swing and the ball moves somewhere else.” Ko closed with a 2-under 70 for a two-stroke victory. The 18-year-old South Korean-born New Zealander finished at 10-under 206 at Clearwater Golf Club. She also won the national championship in 2013 and 2015. England’s Felicity Johnson, South Korean amateur Hye Jin Choi and Denmark’s Nanna Koerstz Madsen tied for second. Johnson shot 67, Choi 69, and Madsen 70. The event was sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour and Australian Ladies PGA. The earthquake came a week before the fifth anniversary of a 6.3 magnitude quake that killed 185 people in Christchurch and area. Ko birdied her second hole but gave it back with the only bogey of her round at the par-5 fifth, three-putting from 10 feet. She briefly dropped behind Amelia Lewis, but the American bogeyed the 16th, leaving Ko among five players tied at 8 under. Lewis finished with a 69 to tie for sixth at 6 under. Ko birdied Nos. 10 and 11 to take a two-shot lead and she held that advantage to become the first player to successfully defend the title. ”I could feel some tears coming after the 18th hole,” Ko said. ”It’s been a long week, a lot of emotion and a lot of people to share this amazing victory with. Especially given how much New Zealand golf has been a support to me and my career.”
Rural hoteliers are calling for back-to-school dates to return to September 1st every year.It’s claimed the return dates creeping into August have an impact on profits in hotels around Ireland’s tourism counties.Noel Cunningham is the Manager of Harvey’s Point Hotel in Donegal.He says the mindset has changed in the last few years, and that’s impacting on the sector……………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/08cunningham.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows AudioHomepage BannerNews WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Google+ Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Donegal hotel manager wants Back to School dates changed Pinterest By News Highland – August 13, 2019 Twitter Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Previous articleMore petrol bombs thrown in DerryNext articleBlocked gullies could cause flooding – Durkan News Highland Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebook Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennan
Rebellion acquires The Bitmap BrothersSniper Elite developer plans to develop new games based on classic IPs from The Bitmap BrothersHaydn TaylorSenior Staff WriterMonday 25th November 2019Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareIndependent game studio Rebellion Developments has today announced the acquisition of The Bitmap Brothers. Founded in 1987 by Mike Montgomery, The Bitmap Brothers is best-known for titles such as Xenon, Z: Steel Soldiers, Speedball, and Chaos Engine. The deal also sees Rebellion acquire The Bitmap Brothers’ entire portfolio; the Sniper Elite developer revealed plans to bring the old games to new platforms, and create new games based-on the classic licenses. “We’re delighted with the addition of The Bitmap Brothers to the ever-growing Rebellion portfolio,” said Rebellion CEO and co-founder Jason Kingsley. “The Bitmap Brothers are renowned for making great games and for bringing gaming into the mainstream with inimitable style. Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games “We’ve known Mike Montgomery for many years, and we’re honoured by the faith and trust that he has shown in us by passing on the torch. We’ll strive to be vigilant custodians of one of gaming’s great names.”The announcement comes as the UK’s National Videogame Museum in Sheffield unveiled a new collection which focuses on Rebellion and its achievements since Jason and Chris Kingsley established it 27 years ago. It’s the latest in a line of acquisitions and expansions from Rebellion, which announced just last week it was launching a new board game studio. Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Publishing & Retail newsletter and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesEA leans on Apex Legends and live services in fourth quarterQ4 and full year revenues close to flat and profits take a tumble, but publisher’s bookings still up double-digitsBy Brendan Sinclair An hour agoUbisoft posts record sales yet again, delays Skull & Bones yet againPublisher moves away from target of 3-4 premium AAA titles a year, wants to build free-to-play “to be trending toward AAA ambitions over the long term”By Brendan Sinclair 5 hours agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.
CoalNuclear “One might have to conclude that power plants capacities have to be allocated differently,” said the president of the German cartel office, Andreas Mundt. German antitrust authority proposes E.ON, RWE sell coal plants if nuclear phase-out delayed Competitors to Germany’s four largest utilities – which control 80 per cent of the energy market – argue they have made plans to build new power plants on the basis of a phase-out of nuclear power. 1.24.2010 Suitors for halted Bellefonte nuclear project ask TVA to consider climate in reviving sale Linkedin By chloecox – RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleUK’s Sheffield Forgemasters closes in on GBP170m financing for nuclear reactor forgings facilityNext articleEDF ‘abandons sale of British electricity grid’ claims French source chloecox Twitter New Jersey utility regulators extend zero-carbon breaks for PSEG nuclear power plants An agreement “not only has a financial aspect but also imporant effects on competiton,” Mundt said. Keeping the plants would give the four large operators an unfair advantage. To rectify that problem the biggest generators could either sell the nuclear power plants or other power plants, the cartel office suggested. Twitter The timing of a deal to change the law, eagerly awaited by investors and utilities, had been uncertain as the environment ministry wanted the government to first draw up an overall national energy plan. TAGSVattenfall Conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel is committed to allowing longer running times for the reactors. RWE and EnBW are faced with the prospect of shutting some of their plants this year unless a new deal is brokered soon, Reuters reported. Facebook Facebook Vietnam: scaling back coal-fired plans toward gas, renewables Nuclear power plants are Germany’s most profitable large-scale power generators and investors in E.ON, RWE, Energie Baden-Wuerttemberg (EnBW) and Sweden’s Vattenfall were eyeing billions of euros of extra profits, reports Reuters. The German government wants to change a law requiring the nuclear plants to be shut down the mid-2020s. 24 January 2010 – Utilities including RWE and E.ON could be forced to sell coal fired power plants in exchange for extended operations at their nuclear power plants, under proposals by the German Federal Antitrust Office. Linkedin The German government wants to agree the framework of an extension before parliament’s summer recess and set a final plan by the autumn, Economy Minister Rainer Bruederle said. No posts to display
Bayonne Hotel Trades Council backs Team Fulop in Jersey City The Hotel Trades Council is throwing their unabashed support behind Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and his council slate for the November 2nd municipal elections. ElectionsJersey CityNewsPolitics & Policy Previous articlePolice: Bayonne woman charged with assault for hitting man in the face with pot strainerNext articleBayonne Planning Board expected to approve 880k square-foot UPS facility at old MOT site John Heinis TAGS2021 jersey city municipal electionshotel trades councilsteven fulop SHARE Bayonne Facebook Twitter By John Heinis – February 8, 2021 11:05 am 0 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Bayonne man pepper sprayed, arrested after punching cop in the face, authorities say Bayonne CarePoint Health reaches deal for Cigna Health Insurance to join their network By John Heinis/Hudson County ViewThe HTC, which represents 40,000 hotel and restaurant employees and has nearly 1,000 members in Jersey City, worked with Fulop in 2019 to win a major ballot referendum that placed regulations onto Airbnb’s operations in the city.“Mayor Fulop has demonstrated throughout his career in public service that he is a true champion for working families who can be counted on to stand up for organized labor and the values we share,” said HTC President Rich Maroko.“He has been a leader on so many progressive issues that are vitally important to the labor movement, from guaranteeing earned sick leave to fighting for a $15 minimum wage to ensuring equitable development that creates economic opportunities for local communities, and we are proud to be the first labor union to endorse Mayor Fulop’s campaign.”Team Fulop previously garnered support from U.S. Rep. Albio Sires (D-8), as well as many of the Hudson County Democratic Black Caucus.The mayor is running for his third term alongside Council members Joyce Watterman, Daniel Rivera, Denise Ridley, Mira Prinz-Arey, Rich Boggiano, Yousef Saleh and Jermaine Robinson, as well as Council at-Large candidate Amy DeGise – the HCDO chair.The final member of Team Fulop, their Ward E candidate to challenge Councilman James Solomon, will be announced soon.“Partnering with the Hotel Trades Council and other labor unions to fight for bold, progressive action to help working families has been one of the most gratifying and rewarding experiences I have had as Mayor of Jersey City,” added Fulop.“I thank HTC for their continued support and look forward to continuing to work with them to build an even better future for our city.” Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Bayonne man busted with cocaine, heroin, semi-automatic handgun after fleeing from cops
Ref.: 503646Work type: Full-timeDepartment: Department of Psychiatry (21500)Categories: Academic-related StaffHong KongApplications are invited for appointment as Post-doctoral Fellowin the Department of Psychiatry (Ref.: 503646), to commence assoon as possible for two years.Applicants should possess a Ph.D. degree in a biological orpsychological discipline, and preferably experience in laboratorytechniques such as molecular biology, mammalian cell culture, ormouse studies. Knowledge of bioinformatics would be an advantage.The appointee will join a research program to study the geneticsand molecular mechanisms of depression and related neuropsychiatricdisorders. He/She will also assist in small-group,introductory-level, undergraduate teaching on topics related togenetics, behaviour and society. Enquiries about the duties of thepost can be sent to Dr. Larry Baum at [email protected] or ProfessorPak Sham at [email protected] highly competitive salary commensurate with qualifications andexperience will be offered, in addition to annual leave and medicalbenefits.The University only accepts online application for the above post.Applicants should apply online and upload an up-to-date C.V. Reviewof applications will start on April 28, 2021 and continue untilMay 20, 2021, or until the post is filled, whichever isearlier.Advertised: Apr 14, 2021 (HK Time)Applications close: May 20, 2021 (HK Time)
Forty-six percent of German voters do not know who to vote for in the September 24 parliamentary election, according to a poll published in Wednesday’s edition of newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine.The newspaper said the share of undecided voters this close to an election was higher than at any point in the past 20 years. Yet at the same time, 45 percent of those surveyed believe the outcome of the election is already decided — the highest percentage since German reunification.Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative CDU/CSU bloc is still comfortably ahead with 39.5 percent support, according to the poll by the Allensbach Institute. The Social Democrats (SPD) are 15 points behind at 24.5 percent. The popularity of Merkel’s main rival, SPD candidate Martin Schulz, has flagged recently, with his approval rating at only 51 percent among his own party’s supporters. Merkel’s approval rating among CDU/CSU supporters is at 80 percent.
Stream the entire first night from moe.’s performance The Town Ballroom below.moe. – The Town Ballroom – 11/19/2019[Audio: Brian V.]On Friday, the performance mapped out by guitarist Al Schnier started with bassist Rob Derhak‘s “Prestige Worldwide”, a song inspired by the comedy film Step Brothers. The band busted right into the rarity “It”, which led into another Derhak tune, “LL3”. A jammed-out “Bearsong” came out swinging, led by Loughlin. “ATL” came next, followed by moe. wrapping up set one with one of the band’s most beloved songs, “Recreational Chemistry”.The second set was a wild ride, starting strong with “Hi & Lo”, followed by a cover of Pink Floyd’s “Breathe”–marking the fifth time moe. has ever performed the song. The band jammed through a “Kids” sandwich with a “Down Boy” slid in the middle before the second half of”Kids” segued into another Pink Floyd tune with “Time”, which itself flowed right back into “Breathe” reprise. The music continued into an always-anticipated “Farmer Ben”, with its jam being a real treat thanks to some subtle Grateful Dead teases thrown into the mix. The set closed with a raucous “Timmy Tucker” followed by a one-song encore of “The Ghost of Ralph’s Mom”, a tune which moe. hasn’t played in almost a year.Watch a fan-shot video of moe. performing “Dawn Boy” and “Breathe” > “Kids” from Friday night below.moe. – “Breathe”>”Kids” – 1/15/2019[Video: Mike Maciunski]moe. – “Down Boy” – 11/15/2019[Video: Mike Maciunski]The final night of the run on Saturday featured a setlist written by drummer Vinnie Amico, and started off with “Along For The Ride” and “Big World”. “Rickey Marten” came next, segueing into “Y.O.Y.” from 1997’s Warts & All Vol. 4. Set one continued with another fan-favorite, “Kyle’s Song”, into the groovy, bass-lead “Crushing”. “Mar-DeMa” from 2010’s No Guts No Glory album was next followed by one of moe.’s most popular and frequently played songs for the set closer in “Buster”.Set two opened with “Tubing The River Styx” into “The Pit” and then right into a newer song, “Dangerous Game”. The highlight of night three was an elegant “Silver Sun”, followed by “CalifornIA” into “New Hope For The New Year”, and “Jazz Cigarette”. The set closed with another moe. classic, “Rebubula”. moe. encored the final night of the run with “Spine Of A Dog”.Watch a fan-shot video of “Mar-DeMa”>”Buster” below.moe. – “Mar-DeMa” > “Buster” – 11/16/2019[Video: Mike Maciunski]For more information on upcoming tour dates for moe. head to the band’s website.Setlist: moe. | The Town Ballroom | Buffalo, NY | 11/14/19Set One: Tailspin > Skrunk > George, Don’t Wanna Be, St. Augustine > meat. > St. AugustineSet Two: Not Coming Down > Wormwood > Akimbo, Letter Home, Skitchin’ Buffalo, Puebla > Brent BlackEnc: Downward Facing DogSetlist: moe. | The Town Ballroom | Buffalo, NY | 11/15/19Set One: Prestige Worldwide > It > LL3 > Bearsong, ATL > Recreational ChemistrySet Two: Hi & Lo > Breathe# > Kids > Down Boy > Kids > Time > Breathe reprise# > Farmer Ben* > Timmy TuckerEnc: The Ghost Of Ralph’s MomSetlist: moe. | The Town Ballroom | Buffalo, NY | 11/16/19Set One: Along For The Ride, Big World > Ricky Marten > Y.O.Y. > Kyle’s Song, Crushing, Mar-DeMa > BusterSet Two: Tubing The River Styx > The Pit > Dangerous Game, Silver Sun > CalifornIA > New Hope For The New Year, Jazz Cigarette, RebubulaEnc: Spine Of A Dog Jam-veterans moe. played a three-night run in their hometown of Buffalo, NY this past weekend at The Town Ballroom. The nearly sold-out run brought moe.rons together from across the country for the band’s first performance in Buffalo since 2016.Night one presented attendees with a solid performance filled with a mix of fan-favorites. moe. has a tradition of rotating which band member writes the setlist for each show, and night one was written by guitarist Chuck Garvey. The performance opened up hot with “Tailspin”, one of the band’s go-to energizing originals got the crowd up and moving with wild dueling guitar solos and fun sing-along lyrics. “Skrunk” followed, along with a somewhat older moe. tune, “George”, followed by the Jim Loughlin-sung “Don’t Wanna Be”. What came next might have been the highlight of the first set–a “St. Augustine” sandwich with a really tasty 18-minute “meat.” segued delightfully in the middle.Related: moe. Announces 30th Anniversary West Coast TourAfter a set break, the band returned to the stage and opened the second set with another moe. classic, “Not Coming Down”. The song generated cheers from the audience, most of whom sang along to every single word. A song from one of moe.’s most notable albums came next with “Wormwood” from the 2003 LP by the same name. “Wormwood” had a nice groovy flow, showcasing the guitar-work and smooth rhythms the Buffalo quintet is known for. Another fan-favorite, “Akimbo”, came next, followed by the nostalgic and warm “Letter Home”, with the latter being a perfect fit for a homecoming show with the lyrics, “My home, my heart, my best friends.” “Skitchin Buffalo” trotted out next, marking just the seventh time the band has ever played the song live, followed by “Puebla”, which segued into a killer “Brent Black” for the set closer. moe. exited the stage for about five minutes and returned for an 11-minute, face-melting encore performance of “Downward Facing Dog”, sending the crowd home buzzing.Check out a video clip of the set one opener “Tailspin” below.