Get into the details of the regions producing the boldest Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère and Bordeaux-style blends in Chile.

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Here are 10 drinking facts about Carménère wine that will help you get the most out of each sip.

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This month, we’re taking a closer look at the red grape, Carménère. Those of us who love savory things and yearn for wines outside of the “fruit-bomb” spectrum will love what Carménère has to offer.

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The next time you find yourself wrapped up in a bed sheet with a wreath atop your head (Toga party?) here are some Roman foods and wines to explore to make your party more legit.

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The once forgettable wine region of Lazio is starting to turn out some fascinating wines. Better still is the fact that since they’re so under-appreciated you’re likely to find exceptional values.

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Bacchus was adapted from the Greek, Dionysus, and shared mythology with the Roman god, Liber. Known for crazy wicked parties and associated with secret rituals…

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The Ides of March have been remembered as a tumultuous transition time, but they are also a time of rebirth and renewal.. and a huge celebration.

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If you’re scientific minded and curious, you can learn to identify a great deal of aroma compounds (including “impact compounds”) in wine. Next time you have a glass of wine in front of your nose, see if you can pick out one of these more bizarre flavors.

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Chardonnay: it’s the world’s most planted white grape and also the world’s most polarizing wine: you either love it or hate it. I’m hear to show you that Chardonnay is way less obvious (and more nuanced) that you might have thought.

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Ever wondered why some wines have a creamy or buttery taste? The process of Malolactic Fermentation is a winemaking process that gives both red and white wines a richer and creamier texture. Oddly enough, Malolactic Fermentation isn’t technically a fermentation at all.

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