Browse: Light-Bodied Red Wine

Find out what qualities define the best summer wines and learn about several lesser-known red wine varieties that pair excellently with the summer heat.

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Today, the best Lambruscos are dry (secco) and barely sweet (semisecco) and almost always made in a semi-sparkling, frizzante, style. There are about 10 different varieties, but if you’re just getting into Lambrusco, here are the 4 high quality varieties to know

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Red wine in the summer is about as palatable as warm mayonnaise. If you’ve been hiding in a dark air conditioned room just to enjoy a glass of red wine, there’s hope for you yet!

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Nerello Mascalese is a light-bodied red wine that primarily grows on the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily. Despite its rarity, the wine offers amazing value and a taste profile that’s often likened to fine Pinot Noir. Find out what this special Sicilian red has to offer.

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Identify similar tasting red wines based on their boldness level on this visual chart.

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Taster’s Guide to Gamay Wine

Posted to Learn About Wine on November 25th.

Gamay (“Gam-may” aka. Gamay Noir) is a light-bodied red wine that’s similar in taste to Pinot Noir. The best part about Gamay is you can find high quality wines that are a more-affordable option to Pinot Noir.

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There is a wine that tastes like cotton candy, and surprisingly, it’s not made with cotton candy grapes. It’s made with a special wine grape that we’ve never heard of..

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Here are some useful tips on how to consistently find great Oregon Pinot Noir. The region can be somewhat elusive to explore, fortunately, here is a tip that will get you on the right track

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The Big Secret About Pinot

Posted to Learn About Wine on September 24th.

Pinot is a little bit misunderstood. Recent findings have shown us that all Pinot varieties are not just related, they are, in fact, the same! Time to get to the bottom of the story of Pinot, an ancient grape that has boggled us for centuries.

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What is it about Pinot Noir that is so darn special to enthusiasts? Let’s take a look at some of the more interesting facts about Pinot Noir.

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