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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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Learn the primary methods used for sparkling wine production including the traditional Champagne method and the tank method (used for Prosecco).

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Get to know Sardinia’s top wines and where they come from on this exotic Mediterranean island.

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USDA organic wines are known not to age as long as conventional wines because of one pesky little problem. Of course, there are some notable exceptions you should know about

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Austrian wines lean towards tart, herbaceous flavors in a style more akin to France. Find out what’s hot and what wines are worth drinking from this tiny, high quality region.

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If most wines only last a couple of years, what makes a wine worthy of cellaring 10–20 years? Let’s discuss the primary traits of age-worthy wines and what considerations to make for collecting age-worthy wines.

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