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3 Greek white wine varieties that are perfect for beaches, picnics and anywhere you might arrive at on a bicycle or in a canoe. These light-bodied white wines each offer their own individual character.

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If you’re a lover of new world wines, the last 3 vintages (2015, 2014, 2013) offer excellent value. Here is a summary on great places to look for great tasting, affordable red wines

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Let’s take a look beyond Spain’s most popular wine (Tempranillo) to several unsung varieties that are well worthy of your drink budget. Included below, there are vintage recommendations and notes on what to look for.

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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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Cult wines are the pigeon-blood ruby of the wine world. They are extremely rare benchmark wines that exhibit the expression of a particular winemaking region. Of course, actually getting to taste a cult wine presents a bit of a quandary, so here’s an alternative…

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If you love to drink rosé, white, and sparkling wine you should know that clear glass bottles have been shown to cause light strike…

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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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There are many sparkling wines that are shockingly cheap and absolutely fabulous. I’d like to introduce you to several amazing alternatives to Champagne including…

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Wine is a lot more affordable than everyone thinks. For example, A $15 bottle of wine is only $3 a glass. Here are 10 tips that help us buy great cheap wine…

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Want to start a wine cellar? Believe it or not, choosing the right bottle might be just as important as what’s inside. Dr. Andrew Waterhouse elegantly explains the important of bottle stoppers and aging wine.

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