Topic: Learn About Wine

Get to know the primary Spanish red wines and what they taste like. Spanish wines range from sub $15 fruit-forward daily drinkers to high tannin wines with subtle fruit…

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Want to start a wine cellar? Believe it or not, choosing the right bottle might be just as important as what’s inside. Dr. Andrew Waterhouse elegantly explains the important of bottle stoppers and aging wine.

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Where wine flavors come from and why some wine tastes like raspberries and vanilla. A peak into the science of wine.

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Getting into Grower Champagne

Posted to Learn About Wine on December 31st.

What is Grower Champagne? A sparkling wine crafted by grape growers and their families. Those who grow grapes in their own vineyards and produce cuvées (sparkling wines)…

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Chianti Wine (‘kee-on-tee’) is a red blend from Tuscany, Italy (see map). Chianti has a range of tastes, so here are some tips to find great Chianti wines.

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Discover 3 lesser known wine regions in Southern France. A map to gems including: secret values, big earthy red wines, and decadent Rosés.

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Savor fine bubbly? Find out more about the other sparkling wine regions of France, including a few who preserve the winemaking method from King Henry the VIII’s Era.

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Getting Into Biodynamic Wine

Posted to Learn About Wine on October 30th.

What exactly is Biodynamic Wine? This completely organic wine is great and somewhat odd. Find out about biodynamic wines including how they’re made and how they taste.

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See a step-by-step picture guide of the winemaking process from picking the grapes to bottling wine.

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Brix is a measure of the level of grape must in wine that ultimately determines how much alcohol a wine will have. Learn the secrets to what Brix tells you on a wine stat sheet.

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