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Nipntuck Friday Photo: Bottling Wine in Napa

March 30th, 2012

Here I am lending a hand to box up our 2011 vintage of Kitchak Cellars  Scherzo during my responsibilities on the bottling line at the winery in Napa Valley last weekend.

We also bottled the 2009 Concerto. The grapes for our signature red wine are 100% Cabernet Sauvignon. The 2009 vintage had an excellent growing season, characterized by warm sunny days and cool nights.

The grapes were hand picked before dawn on September 25 and October 13, 2009. Concerto has been aging in new French Oak barrels for 30 months and after bottling, it will spend another year resting in the cellar.   It will finally be released next March.   Patience is definitely a virtue when you are involved in the craft of making fine wine.

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Get Rid of Muffin Top with Tummy Nipntuck

March 28th, 2012

The Oxford English dictionary was recently updated with about 900 new words.  According to the Chicago Tribune, “Muffin Top” is one of the new entries and it is defined as a protuberance of flesh above the waistband.

Tummy tuck surgery or abdominoplasty reduces the abdominal protrusion that is affectionately called “muffin top.”  This Tummy Nipntuck uses liposuction, surgical skin removal, and/or muscle tightening to achieve a flatter stomach.   People develop protruding abdomens due to extra skin, fat and weakened muscles.   The cause is often due to pregnancy and/or fluctuations of weight and many patients turn to tummy tuck surgery to give them a more natural appearance.

Read More:

Getting a Flat Tummy

Patient diary- Mel’s Blog: No More Baby-pooch

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