In the world of wine, a “body” is used to describe the texture or weight of a particular wine. This usually is a combination of factors that include the wine’s level of alcohol, extract, acid and glycerol. Usually, full-bodied wines will also have a higher tannin level, giving the wine an occasional pucker sensation when savored. Full-bodied wines tend to have a rich experience that lingers longer in comparison to medium or light-bodied wines. This usually results in waves of flavors that are complex and give subtle hints of spices and woods unique to each winery. Examples of full-bodied wines are France’s famous Bordeaux or Cabernet grapes. This event is FREE for Biltmore Premier Members and $25 for guests.
Tuesday, July 2, 7pm – Soho Asian Bar & Grill, 19004 NE 29th Avenue, Aventura Soho Asian Bar and Grill is the latest kosher restaurant in Aventura, featuring a diverse menu with selection from the grill, wok, sushi, fish, and so much more. Thereâ€™s a massive outdoor patio with big screens, perfect to watch the […]
Thursday, March 29, 5pm-7pm – The Wharf Miami, 114 Southwest North River Drive, Miami Join MagicWaste Youth Foundation for this special evening to say “Thanks!” to the generous individuals and companies that support MagicWaste Youth Foundation’s foster youth programs, and also to thank the advertisers of Miami Empresarial Magazine as they officially unveil the latest […]
Saturday, October 5, Â 6:30pm -Â Jungle Island Treetop Ballroom,Â 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Watson Island, Miami The Biscayne Bay Kiwanis Club will honor former Miami Dolphins wide receiver and community activist Nat Moore with the 2013 Michael Shores Citizen of the Year. This will take place at the 34th Biscayne Bay Gala on October 5 at the […]