Drink Wine for Science

Traditionally, greens are the enemy of wine. Not to worry, there are a few great tips to get you drinking well with spring foods.

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You can learn a lot about what type of wine you’re buying based on the style of bottle. Take a look at the major types of wine bottles and what wines tend to be inside.

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5 Regions that show great potential to become classics. Fortunately for the time being we can still enjoy these wines for under $15.

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We asked real drinkers and sommeliers about some of their funniest and most regrettable wine etiquette moments.

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Explore the huge uncharted wine region of Mendoza, Argentina with this awesome guide. This is the second part of a 2 part series.

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Perhaps you’ve heard of the ‘Dijon Clone’ for Pinot Noir or maybe Clone number 337 for Cabernet Sauvignon.

Wine clones are well-known amongst wine growers but they may point to a strange and somewhat alarming future for the world of wine.

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If you’re fond of high elevation Cabernet Sauvignon and Zinfandel you might want to try something from Moon Mountain AVA. Official since 2013, the AVA has great potential.

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With global warming heating up wine regions around the world some Southern countries, including Argentina and New Zealand, are annexing Antarctica’s vast potential as an ice wine region.

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Mendoza is the most important Argentina wine country, find out how to get there and what to do whence you arrive…

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While prices for luxury wines like Château Latour and Petrus continue to soar, most of Bordeaux can be enjoyed for under $20. Let’s take a look at the other wines of Bordeaux that are designed to be drunk.

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