Topic: Learn About Wine


An Intro to Dry White Wines

Posted to Learn About Wine on February 5th.

Understand how to choose a dry white wine for cooking and find out about the 3 dominant styles of dry white wines. These white wines are anything but sweet.

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Learn a few facts about the French wine and how it’s labeled to improve your ability to find better wines (regardless of price).

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Torrontés (“torr-ron-tez”) is an aromatic white wine that originated in Argentina. The wine smells sweet but tastes dry and is an ideal wine to match with Asian and Indian cuisine due to it’s…

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Nebbiolo (“Nebby-oh-low”) is a full-bodied red wine more famously known by the two production regions of Barolo and Barbaresco. Find out about this grape and how to find great wines.

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The Northern Rhône region of France is the benchmark by which all other Syrah wines are measured. Find out the intricacies of this region and learn how to shop smart for wines from this storied region.

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Viognier (“Vee-own-yay”) is a full-bodied white wine that originated in Southern France. Most loved for its perfumed aromas of peach, tangerine and honeysuckle, wines with Viognier…

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In this tasting we’ll compare the differences of Champagne and Prosecco by taste and by winemaking methodology. You’ll learn the real reasons why these wines belong in a category of their own.

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There are a few basic winemaking techniques used make dessert wine which define how dessert wines taste. Explore this infographic to find your next bottle.

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Vin Santo Wines of Italy

Posted to Learn About Wine on December 21st.

Vin Santo (or Vino Santo) is a viscous, typically sweet dessert wine made in Italy, predominantly in Tuscany. The wine is loved for its intense flavors of hazelnut…

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How Wines Age

Posted to Learn About Wine on December 18th.

What do old wines taste like? And… the question we’re all wondering: are old wines better than young wines? Learn how wines age by observing a single wine that’s been produced the same way for nearly 30…

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