Pre-Christian yes, but calling it pagan seems a bit heathen. Here’s a brief history of the tradition of toasting and its origins in Georgia.
A new study has headlines shouting “wine will clean your brain!” So, what does this study really signify? Find out the real story.
What’s Sekt? It’s the term used for sparkling wines in Germany and Austria. And, it just might have the potential to roust France’s stronghold on bubbly.
Since you’re likely to see more of Bulgarian wine in coming years (especially if you’re on the East Coast or Europe), this introduction of the wines of Bulgaria will give you a leg up on what to look for.
Tardif is intriguing because it’s slow to ripen – a classic sign of a high-quality red grape variety. The wines has similarities to Syrah.
This in-depth guide identifies the most important wines of Greece and where they grow. Use the map to learn more about the modern wines of Greece.
One of the most important moments in a grapevine’s annual lifecycle is when grapes turn from green to red and start to become sweet. The French call this process veraison (“verr-ray-zohn”).
Let’s take a closer look at Cognac and how white wine grapes are at the core of the production of this world-renown brandy.
Let’s find out more about Croatia’s most important wines and wine regions because they are delicious!
Discover the wines of Tenerife through Master Sommelier, Brian McClintic’s, passionate adventure.
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