Topic: Wine News & Entertainment

If you’re a fan of crisp, fresh, aromatic, fruity white wines with clean herbaceous notes, you’ll want to reach for a Verdejo.

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Beyond the use of artificial colorings, can red and white grapes be made into wine of other colors?

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Here are 4 wine cocktails that will make your St. Patrick’s Day super green. These drinks aren’t too sweet or alcoholic, which makes them great for a party.

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The only reason why booze has become so intertwined with this holiday is because March 17th happens to fall right in the middle of Lent. It’s like a built-in Catholic “cheat” day! So, as far as we’re concerned, wine is still on the menu.

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This month, we’re taking a closer look at the red grape, Carménère. Those of us who love savory things and yearn for wines outside of the “fruit-bomb” spectrum will love what Carménère has to offer.

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Bacchus was adapted from the Greek, Dionysus, and shared mythology with the Roman god, Liber. Known for crazy wicked parties and associated with secret rituals…

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The Ides of March have been remembered as a tumultuous transition time, but they are also a time of rebirth and renewal.. and a huge celebration.

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If there’s one thing you absolutely can’t blame for date gone bad, it’s the wine. Here are a few wines that say “I love you” in very different ways.

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How are our behaviors as wine drinkers shaping the future of wine? To answer this question, we asked two individuals whose data-driven insights suggest that 2017 is going to introduce some exciting new trends to the world of wine.

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Wine Folly’s 2017 Wine Buying Guide will come in handy regardless of whether you’re a novice or are a pro. It’s organized by style of wine (from bold red to light white wines) with a focus on which regions, varieties, and vintages to seek out.

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