Drink Wine for Science

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.

Read More...

The best time to visit wine country is during wine harvest season which happens 2 months of the year. Find out when each type of grape is harvested on both sides of the equator.

Read More...

There are 6 red wines and most fly under the radar but as it happens they are some of the best red wines for beginners. Learn what Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, and Garnacha have in common as excellent wines to start your adventure into the wine world.

Read More...

Ever read about a wine and you can’t find it anywhere? You might be getting subjected to archaic state laws. Find out what’s happening with wine shipping

Read More...

Learn about Châteauneuf-du-Pape wine: the wine blend, the taste, and how to find great wines and awesome values from the Southern Rhône region.

Read More...

What are the basic factors that make wine expensive? And, are these factors that make wine more expensive imaginary or real?

Read More...

If you have more than 30 taste buds in a space the size of a hole punch on your tongue then you are a supertaster. See if you are a supertaster and how your tasting ability relates to wine.

Read More...

Learn the primary differences in taste between Barolo and Barbaresco wines. We also included a few best value Barolo and Barbaresco, in case you get thirsty

Read More...

It’s time to tune your wine smarts and get the latest buying tips for 2014. The eGuide is free and is designed to work on mobile devices.

Read More...

Check out the following tips on storing open wine. These are free or cheap tips that anyone can do to preserve wine up to 2 weeks.

Read More...