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A detailed peak into why wine barrels are such an integral part of modern winemaking. Learn about the different kinds of barrels that are used and how they affect wine.

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Amazing White Rioja Wines

Posted to Learn About Wine on August 22nd.

if you’re interested in knowing what a serious white wine is all about, look no further, this is your gem.

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So much of our understanding of flavor in wine comes from a focus on grapes, but there is another major ingredient involved in winemaking that greatly affects the flavor. Yeast.

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This article serves as a guide to outline the types of wines from each of Italy 20 wine regions. See which regions have the most vineyard plantings and learn what their wines taste like.

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A Guide to Umbrian Wine

Posted to Learn About Wine on August 15th.

Bordering on Tuscany and right above Rome is the lessor known and lessor traveled region of Umbria. It’s here where you’ll find some of the most amazing, delightfully undervalued Italian wines…

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Brunello di Montalcino is a wine made with 100% Sangiovese with Italy’s highest DOCG classification. This is the Sangiovese that most wine critics cite to be the best in all of…

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Here are 12 facts about Cabernet Sauvignon that might surprise you.

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Red wine in the summer is about as palatable as warm mayonnaise. If you’ve been hiding in a dark air conditioned room just to enjoy a glass of red wine, there’s hope for you yet!

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A Primer to Bordeaux Wine

Posted to Learn About Wine on August 5th.

Bordeaux (“Bore-doe”) refers to a wine from Bordeaux, France. Over 90% of Bordeaux wines are red wines made with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. This article will introduce you to Bordeaux wine including tasting notes, food pairing suggestions, and key details to know.

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The term Selection Massale or Massal Selection refers to the “old way” of propagating vineyards. The technique is being brought back into use because of its potentially profound benefits for high quality wine. This advanced article discusses a potential future in viticulture

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