Browse: Wine Regions

Learn the taste differences and tips to find value and quality New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc from the 7 regions from a wine pro who lived and breathed Sauvignon Blanc on the South island.

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Get to know the primary Spanish red wines and what they taste like. Spanish wines range from sub $15 fruit-forward daily drinkers to high tannin wines with subtle fruit…

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Chianti Wine (‘kee-on-tee’) is a red blend from Tuscany, Italy made primarily with Sangiovese grapes. Find out more about this wine and how to find great quality.

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In order to explore some of the traditional wines of Italy, we paired up with a Chef who knows the ins and outs of Italian cuisine. In this post, we’ll explore a rare Roman wine called Cesanese (“chae-sah-NAE-say”).

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A small wine region in Northern Italy might lose 25% of it’s vineyards to a planned railway expansion.

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Discover 3 lesser known wine regions in Southern France. A map to gems including: secret values, big earthy red wines, and decadent Rosés.

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Over the last few years Portugal has been ramping up their quality for dry red and white wines. Surprisingly, most can still be found for less than $10. Here are 5 wines you just have to try…

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What are the best soils for growing wine grapes? Find out the 4 primary soil types and how you can identify what soils are the basis to the wines you love.

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If you like wines with intensity and European personality, Spain has you covered. Castilla-La Mancha is a region that will be on your radar for amazing red wine blends.

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Just a few steps off the beaten wine trail you’ll find these fascinating pockets of less traveled wine country. The scene is low-key and the tastings are cheap (and sometimes free).

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