Topic: Learn About Wine

Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Free-oo-lee Ve-ne-tsyah Joo-lyah) is known for producing some of the greatest Italian white wines. See a map of the region and discover its wines

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Today, Paso Robles is still considered by many as the wine industry’s wild west, characterized by that same rule breaking diversity and innovative spirit in which the town was founded.

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The great thing about learning wine is there is very little downside. Here are the most important things to learn if you want to know wine.

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Let’s take stock of the Italo-American wines and compare them to their Italian counterparts including Barbera, Sangiovese, Nebbiolo and even the rare grape Lagrein…

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There are many wines that swing into the savory end of the taste spectrum. These wines satisfy our obsession with all things dry and bitter.

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What’s the difference between Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc? Each wine represents a very different style and taste of dry white wine. Let’s take a closer look at their differences to find out which one you prefer.

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Rose wine isn’t made with a special grape, rosé is more like a state of mind. The primary flavors of rosé wine are red fruit, flowers, citrus, and…

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Soave (“swah-vay”) is an Italian white wine made of Gargenega grapes from Veneto, Italy. Soave wine is known for its melon-and-orange-zest flavors as well as its ability to age.

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In this article we’ll identify the primary white wines of France, how they taste , and provide you with common ways French white wines are labeled.

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What is Port Wine?

Posted to Learn About Wine on June 3rd.

Port is a sweet red fortified wine from Portugal. Port is most commonly enjoyed as a dessert wine because it is rich and sweet. There are several styles of Port, including red, white, rosé and an aged style called Tawny…

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