Browse: Intermediate

In lieu of the classic choice of sake, let’s chat (sushi-friendly) grape-based beverages. Find the best wine for sushi with this clever guide.

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If you can drink a mimosa for breakfast, then wine for breakfast is fine too. In fact, one could make a pretty strong argument to ditch the OJ altogether and just drink wine.

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A Teinturier grape is red wine grape with dark skins, flesh, and juice. In contrast, regular wine grapes have dark skins, but clear flesh.

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This guide will help you understand the most important wine and wine regions of Victoria and what you’ll want to seek out and taste.

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Considering a trip to Oregon wine country? Get tips on where to taste, stay, as well as what you need to know before your visit.

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Nebbiolo in a Nutshell

Posted to Learn About Wine on January 16th.

Recommendations, flavor profiles & facts about the grape behind Barolo and Barbaresco in a quick five-minute read.

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Wine Pairing With Thai Food

Posted to Wine Tips & Tricks on November 28th.

One of the world’s great cuisines calls for a great wine. Here’s what to pair with Thai–a food that combines the sweet, the sour, the salty, and the spicy in perfect harmony.

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There are some differences to Kosher wines that are of interest even to non-Jews like those of us with dietary restrictions. Find out more about Kosher wine and where to look for good kosher wines.

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This guide to the Columbia Valley AVA will quickly get you up to speed on what wines are worth seeking out and what you should know about Washington wine.

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This guide will give you a lay of the land and point out 12 Greek wines you should be sipping.

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