Chardonnay is the most diverse -and most planted- white wine grape in the world. Chardonnay wine ranges from rich and buttery to super zesty. Find out how to get the style of Chardonnay wine you like.
The region silently produces almost 2 times as much wine as Napa Valley. Get a lay of the land with this up-to-date Sonoma Wine Map available as a poster.
Learn all about Rosé wine, from the different styles and grapes to the varied flavors. For example, White Zinfandel is produced with the same grapes as Red Zinfandel but the two wines are stunningly different.
What is Languedoc Roussillon famous for? For wine enthusiasts on a budget, Languedoc-Roussillon is becoming known as a great value wine region. So what do you need to know…
What is White Bordeaux? Well, the major grapes include Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle. Find out what this famous white wine blend has to offer including food pairing recommendations.
Find out the basics to Pinot Noir wine as well as some amazing facts that make the grape so unique. Get suggestions for Pinot Noir food pairing including classic dishes and cheese.
What Are Tannins in Wine? In wine, tannin is a textural element that makes wine taste dry. Discover what wines are high in tannin and which wines have low tannin.
South America has been producing wine since the 1600s. Discover the major wines of South America using our South America wine regions map.
What is grape phylloxera and how does it affect the wine world? Find out how this American pest nearly wiped out the world’s vineyards during the 1800s.
From Northern Italy, Barbera wine has been cultivated longer than Cabernet Sauvignon by nearly 1000 years. Discover the taste and ideal food and wine pairings of this unique grape.
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