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Muscadet (“muss-kuh-day”) is a bone-dry, light-bodied white wine from the Loire Valley. The wine is known as the perfect wine to pair with seafood and historically, was the first French cooking wine in beurre blanc..

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Explore the flavors and tastes of Petite Sirah wines as well pairing it with food. Petite Sirah (“Peh-teet sear-ah”) aka Durif, is different than Syrah…

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Montepulciano Wine Guide

Posted to Learn About Wine on October 9th.

Montepulciano (“mon-ta-pull-chee-anno”) is a medium-bodied red wine that originates from central Italy not to be confused with Vino Nobile de Montepulciano, a regional name for the…

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Cabernet Franc Wine Guide

Posted to Learn About Wine on September 30th.

Cabernet Franc (“Cab-err-nay fronk”) is medium-bodied red wine that in the Basque country of France. The wine is loved for its savory, bell pepper-like flavors, medium-high acidity and mouthwatering…

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Find out the real differences between glass and crystal wine glasses along with a few important details about choosing the best glassware for your needs.

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New York has a long history of wine production, boasting both America’s first bonded winery in the Finger Lakes region. Find out about New York wine country, what to seek out and where to go explore.

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Summer drinks should be light and refreshing. This is what attracted us to these 4 light-alcohol wine cocktails that will be the summer heat.

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We’re super pleased to announce the prerelease of a completely fresh, totally accessible, visual guidebook to wine. Wine Folly: The Essential Guide to Wine, published by Avery Books…

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What is Port Wine?

Posted to Learn About Wine on June 3rd.

Port is a sweet red fortified wine from Portugal. Port is most commonly enjoyed as a dessert wine because it is rich and sweet. There are several styles of Port, including red, white, rosé and an aged style called Tawny…

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You can try this dinner pairing at home and it will show you how different wines affect the taste of food. This experiment uses 4 wines (a white, red, sparkling and sweet wine) and 8 specific…

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