Topic: Wine Tips & Tricks

The next time you find yourself wrapped up in a bed sheet with a wreath atop your head (Toga party?) here are some Roman foods and wines to explore to make your party more legit.

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If you’re scientific minded and curious, you can learn to identify a great deal of aroma compounds (including “impact compounds”) in wine. Next time you have a glass of wine in front of your nose, see if you can pick out one of these more bizarre flavors.

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Chardonnay: it’s the world’s most planted white grape and also the world’s most polarizing wine: you either love it or hate it. I’m hear to show you that Chardonnay is way less obvious (and more nuanced) that you might have thought.

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How do you tell if a wine will improve with age? Oddly enough, just spending more money on a bottle won’t guarantee that it will age well. Instead, there are a few key characteristics to look for in cellar-worthy wines.

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When it comes to how geography influences wine, there’s no one rule that guarantees great wine, it’s more of a matter of connecting the dots – 5 dots to be exact: temperature, climate, elevation, soil type, and geopolitics.

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Washington is still very much a frontier of winemaking on the West coast, Here’s what’s worth getting excited about from an insider’s perspective.

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Wine and chocolate have a lot of similarities to each other. For one, they’re both considered aphrodisiacs and they both contain flavanols (antioxidants). Despite these striking similarities, it’s somewhat challenging to pair wine and chocolate together… but it can be done!

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Yes you can pair wine with burgers. Here are recommendations and tips on how to pair wines with different burgers and most importantly, why they work, so you can do it yourself.

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How to pair bold red wines like Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Nebbiolo with vegan or vegetarian foods.

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Learn how different winemaking methods make different styles of wines, all with one grape: Pinot Noir!

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