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Does wine increase the likeliness of breast cancer? But wait! A recent study says yes, but they might have jumped the gun, as you will soon find out…

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The Northern Rhône region of France is the benchmark by which all other Syrah wines are measured. Find out the intricacies of this region and learn how to shop smart for wines from this storied region.

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This guide explores the nuances of Grüner Veltliner and Riesling from the stunning UNESCO heritage Wachau Valley.

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Take a detailed look into what Amarone wine is all about and why it’s special, from a taste profile of great Amarone to its defining features so you can find great wines on your own.

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All About Orange Wine

Posted to Learn About Wine on November 27th.

Orange wine is a bit of a misnomer because the it isn’t referring to a wine made with oranges. In fact, orange wine is made with white wine grapes. Find out more about this fascinating wine and where it comes from…

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The Seven Valleys of Rioja

Posted to Learn About Wine on November 11th.

An advanced article on the different terroirs of Rioja based on the valleys of the ebro river. Understand Rioja’s wines through their location within the 3 sub-regions of Rioja Alta, Rioja…

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To understand German Riesling it’s helpful to know the two primary facets that define this wine: the origin of the wine and the quality/sweetness level. Fortunately, the Germans have done a great job organizing these 2 aspects

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Interested in a future in the wine business? The wine industry is powered passionate individuals and there’s always room for talented people. Here’s an overview of the different wine jobs and salaries…

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Native Wine Grapes of America

Posted to Learn About Wine on October 12th.

America is home hundreds of grape varieties that no one has ever heard of. Find out about these native grapes before they become lost forever.

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A taste of the “other” grapes in Germany including Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc. The “Burgunder” grapes–as they call them,– offer spice, fruit and richness similar to their neighbors…

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