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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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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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What are the best soils for growing wine grapes? Find out the 4 primary soil types and how you can identify what soils are the basis to the wines you love.

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The Big Secret About Pinot

Posted to Learn About Wine on September 24th.

Pinot is a little bit misunderstood. Recent findings have shown us that all Pinot varieties are not just related, they are, in fact, the same! Time to get to the bottom of the story of Pinot, an ancient grape that has boggled us for centuries.

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If you like wines with intensity and European personality, Spain has you covered. Castilla-La Mancha is a region that will be on your radar for amazing red wine blends.

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This article hopes to shed some light on the real frontier of Chilean wine. Find out what’s up-and-coming and how to find great wines from the region.

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How to become a sommelier detailed in 3 steps. This article includes advice from seasoned pros. Learn the real details on what you can do to prepare…

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Sherry wine isn’t sweet, in fact, most are dry. In Spain, Sherry wine is savored like a fine whiskey. Get to know the different styles of Sherry wine…

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You’ll never think of Pinot Grigio the same after reading this. Turns out, there are 3 main styles and if you love the stuff, you can sharpen your wine buying smarts

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Perhaps you’ve heard of the ‘Dijon Clone’ for Pinot Noir or maybe Clone number 337 for Cabernet Sauvignon.

Wine clones are well-known amongst wine growers but they may point to a strange and somewhat alarming future for the world of wine.

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