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9 Must-Try Wines For Fall

Posted to Wine Tips & Tricks on September 27th.

We all need wine inspiration. Here is a great list of wines that deliver the spice, are ideal of shorter days, taste great with harvest foods, and mesh well with the changing colors of fall.

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3 simple tips on how to always find great tasting wines at the best values.

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Fire, smoke, and ash–always an unwelcome prelude to harvest. Smoke taint is a real concern for winegrowers this close to harvest.

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Here are a two valid reasons why some people might want to avoid tannin in wine along with 16 red wines that are typically low in tannin.

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Uncover delicious wines you’ve probably never heard of with these data visualizations that organize wines by style and price.

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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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This year’s wine guide will come in handy whether you’re just getting into wine or are a seasoned enthusiast looking for tips on what to seek out in 2017. It’s organized by style of wine (from bold reds to light whites) with a focus on which regions, varieties, and vintages to seek out.

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You’ve probably heard that much of the wine we see at supermarkets is connected to just a few major brands. So, to illustrate the point, we went to a few local retailers in the Seattle area to see how much of what we see is independent vs. larger brands.

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This year offers a particularly great selections of wines for Thanksgiving due to some exceptional recent vintages. Here are 7 wine varieties that will make Thanksgiving even more special.

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One thing I’ve learned about the business of wine, especially in nice places with a proper sommelier, is that the cheapest wine is one of the most special wines on the menu.

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