We’ve all got our favourite when it comes to wine, whether you’re a Burgundy buff, a Malbec maniac or a Sancerre supporter.Wine expert Joe Fattorini might have the answer. Working with Celebrity Cruises he’s revealed the hottest trends for the year and has come up with the latest on-trend wines that could see you parting ways with your top tipple.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:World’s 50 best restaurants revealedDrinking wine engages more of our brains than solving maths problems, apparentlyRead more from Yahoo Style UK:
When it comes to cooking the most basic of foods - eggs, rice, pasta, you name it - it feels as if you should have already mastered how to cook them to perfection by now.But as your pasta comes out soggy, your poached egg as hard as nails and your ‘fluffy’ rice looking more like rice pudding, it’s time to admit to yourself when you’ve still got a bit to learn.Never fear - while they might take some practice, actually cooking the darned things need not be so hard if you know the right technique. 12 beautiful pictures of pasta to celebrate #WorldPastaDay with Drinking wine before bed could keep you slimmer
Whether doing laps at a pool or chilling at the beach, after a good swim we tend to sit down and have a lounge afterwards wearing the same swimming costume. “Yeast and bacteria really thrive in moist, dark places, like a wet bathing suit or wet workout clothes,” Alyssa Dweck, assistant clinical professor and gynaecologist at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, told The Huffington Post. If you suffer regularly from yeast infections, you’ll probably know the lingo already.
Over at Bustle, they asked Allison Beale, Marketing and Brand Director of lingerie brand Journelle, how we should really be washing our undergarments. Apparently the first mistake many of us make is over-washing our bras. Keep your bras well away from both and hand wash them instead to prevent damage.
Not only is it wrinkle-free, it smells new-clothes fresh and you haven’t had to play shrinkage roulette with the washing machine. Clothing manufacturing expert Lana Hogue, who teaches classes at Garment Industry 411 told Elle.com that there is more than one reason we should be doing the whole washing before wearing thing.
Us too! But we do know that chilling a red wine in the fridge is a cardinal sin when it comes to plonk storage. Because according to a wine buff, storing a bottle of vin rouge in the fridge is the ideal way to keep it fresh. Editor of The Oxford Companion to Wine, Jancis Robinson, said keeping a bottle of red at a low temperature can help to preserve the flavour.
Guilty of not wearing sunscreen all winter? That’s probably not the only sunscreen faux pas you’ve committed. There are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to sun protection factor (SPF). We chatted with Dr. Kucy Pon, a Toronto-based dermatologist and assistant professor at the University of Toronto to debunk some of the most commonly held sunscreen myths. Click through the gallery above to see if you’ve let these false ideas lead you astray.