Fortified wines will last open for up to a month, but most will only last between 3–5 days. Here is a list based on the type of wine with suggestions on proper storage…
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.
Learn to identify the right time to store a wine vs drink a wine based on its type, characteristics, grape variety, taste, and vintage.
Images from the earthquake in Napa are a friendly reminder that you might want to earthquake proof your wine racks. Find out more about protecting your wine.
The truth about cellaring wine is that most wine doesn’t age that well. So what wines should you consider for long term cellaring?
Why does boxed wine expire or go bad? Find out when you should enjoy that lovely box of red that’s been sitting on top of your fridge for 6 months.
Why are some businesses shipping wine only 2 times a year? Also, can you ship wine legally to your friends and family? The truth is hard to accept…
Oaking wine is one of the final steps of wine making. Learn the details about what oak-aging really adds to wine and the 3 main types of oak trees used.
Wine on tap: you’ve probably heard of it before but is it worthy of the hype? We visited a Seattle wine bar boasting 6 wines on tap to find out for ourselves.
New research on the effects of oxygen and wine aging. Tasters can taste when a wine is oxidized, but what is the perfect ratio?
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