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It doesn’t matter if you’re working in the wine business or love wine as a hobby and side-passion, wine maps are an essential way to understand wine on a deeper level. This latest set…

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We charted the sweetness in wine from the wines that are bone-dry to richly sweet. You might be surprised to notice that many sweet-tasting wines are less sweet than they seem and many seemingly dry wines are more sweet than you might realize.

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White label wines are relabeled or rebranded wines created out of the bulk wine market. While some are good, many are nothing more than relabeled bulk wines from the world’s largest wine production houses.

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A simple visualization of primary flavor components in white wines and how they are expressed in different varieties. This chart contains 16 common white wine varieties and 10 primary flavor components in varying degree.

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A few wine regions have taken on this grape as their pet project and they’re making the best wines in the world. Here is an introduction to these regions including where to look, and what to expect from a great bottle of Sauvignon Blanc.

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Chateau Goulaine is looking for a new owner…

By the way, this estate hasn’t been on the market for 1000 years.

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The Guide to Chablis Wine

Posted to Learn About Wine on February 25th.

Chablis (“Shah-blee”) is a Chardonnnay region in the northwest corner of Burgundy, France. Find out how to find a great bottle of Chablis with these tips.

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Loire Valley Wine Guide

Posted to Learn About Wine on February 22nd.

In this advanced guide we’ll explore the wines of the Loire Valley of France–from Muscadet to Sancerre. Figure out what’s the love and where to look for your next bottle of Loire.

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Learn a few facts about the French wine and how it’s labeled to improve your ability to find better wines (regardless of price).

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Is Expensive Wine Worth It?

Posted to Wine Tips & Tricks on January 25th.

Here is some information that you’ll find surprising about the value of cheap vs expensive wine. Most agree that a $20 wine tastes better than a $10 wine, but as the price increases something strange happens…

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