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When you’re in a hurry and need to chill wine quickly, here’s a method that will speed up the wine chilling process to less than 5 minutes. All you need is an ice water bath and a zip lock bag.

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What would you do if you worked in the wine industry? Follow the flow chart and find your dream wine job.

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Wondering where look for great Spanish wine? As you can imagine, getting into the wines of Spain can be a wee bit intimidating. Instead of giving up, start with this fun list of 16 wines that represent the best of what Spain has to offer.

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Nerello Mascalese is a light-bodied red wine that primarily grows on the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily. Despite its rarity, the wine offers amazing value and a taste profile that’s often likened to fine Pinot Noir. Find out what this special Sicilian red has to offer.

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Wine Additives Explained

Posted to Learn About Wine on June 20th.

Let’s take a look at what additives are commonly used in winemaking. Some of them are useful for making great wine, and others could be more questionable. Either way, it’s useful to know what goes into what you drink. Winemaking is a fascinating balance of science and chemistry.

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Explore four top varieties used for rosé wine. While these wines may look similar in terms of color, they are a world apart when it comes to flavors and food pairings. Find out which style you’d like to try next.

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The taste of Champagne is greatly affected by the shape of the glass! So, in order to have the best tasting sparkling wine, here’s a little insight on how to choose the right glasses for your Champagne preference.

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Beyond Provençal rosé, learn about the other styles of wine that are garnering an enthusiastic following. Bandol, Cassis and…

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Learn about a winemaker in Oregon who is using the ancient technique of amphorae to make wine.

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You might have seen the words “sur lie” on a bottle of Loire white wine. Sur lie translates to “on the lees,” but what exactly are wine lees and what do they do?

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