LAS VEGAS, NV - SEPTEMBER 15: A bottle of McBride Sisters Wine Riesling is poured during the Las Vegas Food & Wine Festival at Bazaar Meat at SLS Las Vegas Hotel on September 15, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Bryan Steffy/Getty Images for Barcelona Enterprises)
This is why the internet is th best. A new viral hack reveals how to chill a bottle of wine in just 5 minutes. We all have been there, we are excited about a bottle of wine we have to drink, or maybe people are coming over, or you’re having a great dinner and realized you forgot to chill the wine. Now, you could drop a few ice cubes in it, but if you’re a real wineo, that wont’ work. Thanks to TikTok, there’s a new viral hack on how to chill a bottle of white in just 5 minutes! It involves a white paper towel and a freezer. Check out the awesome video below.
Pennsylvania has some great spots to live, and as it turns out, one of those areas is the No. 1 best neighborhood to live in America.
This is according to a new study reported by Niche. According to the publication, “The Best Places to Live ranking provides a comprehensive assessment of the overall livability of an area. This grade takes into account several key factors of a location, including the quality of local schools, crime rates, housing trends, employment statistics, and access to amenities in an attempt to measure the overall quality of an area.” The two most important factors, according to the states on Niche.com’s website, are the higher education rate and the cost of living grade.”
Niche.com adds, “The same methodology is used to produce the Overall Niche Grade for each ranked place.” They also got statistics mainly from the U.S. Census, and those stats “represent the most recent data available.” What’s nice about this study is that they used actual numbers and facts, instead of just going by reviews or a vibe.
So, which Pennsylvania neighborhood is No. 1? Check out the top 10 list below. In addition, you’ll see plenty of other good neighborhoods in America to check out on this list. Find the full report here.