Browse: Wine Regions

A taste of the “other” grapes in Germany including Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc. The “Burgunder” grapes–as they call them,– offer spice, fruit and richness similar to their neighbors…

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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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Vineyards are not something we associate with cities. Check out these 3 urban vineyards that show how local wines can be a lot more local than you think.

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Santa Barbara wine country is quite literally “Sideways,”–the long tranverse valley has perfect conditions for world-class cool climate wines (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay). Let’s find out what makes this region awesome.

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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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Today, Paso Robles is still considered by many as the wine industry’s wild west, characterized by that same rule breaking diversity and innovative spirit in which the town was founded.

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UNESCO approved 2 new World Heritage sites in wine regions within Burgundy and Champagne. Of course, getting tagged with UNESCO status has a few interesting caveats.

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If you want fruit-forward, ripe, red wine for a good price, look no further than Puglia. This sunny, dry region is where some of the best values in Italian wine come from.

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Stellenbosch is to South African wine much like Napa is to Californian wine. Explore a detailed guide to the region’s best wine growing areas.

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Here are the primary differences between the 2 Italian red wines: Barolo and Brunello di Montalcino. The first most important difference are the grapes…

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