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Let’s take stock of the Italo-American wines and compare them to their Italian counterparts including Barbera, Sangiovese, Nebbiolo and even the rare grape Lagrein…

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UNESCO approved 2 new World Heritage sites in wine regions within Burgundy and Champagne. Of course, getting tagged with UNESCO status has a few interesting caveats.

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If you want fruit-forward, ripe, red wine for a good price, look no further than Puglia. This sunny, dry region is where some of the best values in Italian wine come from.

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Soave (“swah-vay”) is an Italian white wine made of Gargenega grapes from Veneto, Italy. Soave wine is known for its melon-and-orange-zest flavors as well as its ability to age.

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What can we learn by looking at wine tech sheets? This article takes a more in-depth look at Total Acidity, pH, ABV, and RS (residual sugar) in wine.

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Stellenbosch is to South African wine much like Napa is to Californian wine. Explore a detailed guide to the region’s best wine growing areas.

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Tasting notes and detailed information on finding some of Chile’s best–and most affordable,–red wines.

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Here are the primary differences between the 2 Italian red wines: Barolo and Brunello di Montalcino. The first most important difference are the grapes…

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Why does Cristal have the reputation of one of the world’s best Champagnes? The $150 Champagne was once the darling of kings and tsars, and then it…

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The following wines have fascinating stories that each represent a different type of red wine we love today.

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