Browse: Wine Types

There are 6 red wines and most fly under the radar but as it happens they are some of the best red wines for beginners. Learn what Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, and Garnacha have in common as excellent wines to start your adventure into the wine world.

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Famous Wine Blends

Posted to Wine Tips & Tricks on March 3rd.

If you made a wine blend, what would it be? See the most popular white and red wine blends around the world.

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Learn about the 5 major styles of dessert wine, from light and fizzy wines like Moscato d’Asti to rich and age-worthy vintage Port. This guide outlines 5 types of dessert wine with examples and flavor profiles.

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In this guide you will learn how Gewürztraminer wine tastes, where it comes from, and food pairings recommendations that will blow your mind. Here’s 4 reasons to give Gewürztraminer wine a chance…

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Guide to Zinfandel Wine

Posted to Learn About Wine on October 22nd.

Let’s take a closer look at both red and white Zinfandel wine and learn the secrets to picking out your favorite styles. Why is White Zinfandel wine so popular?

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A white wine grown mostly in South Africa but with origins in France, Chenin Blanc wine has a wide range of flavors. This guide will help you find what you like.

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Sémillon is a white wine grape famous for the rich dessert wines of Bordeaux. Find out the secrets to Sémillon wine; from food pairing to where it grows.

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Perhaps you already know that Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are the same wine. Learn more about this bizarrely colored grape including how it tastes depending on where it’s grown.

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Malbec wine is a smooth full-bodied red wine that grows mostly in Argentina. It offers a comparable taste and texture to wines like Cabernet Sauvignon at a better value. However there’s more to Malbec than meets the eye…

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Riesling has resurfaced as a top collectible among connoisseurs and sommeliers alike. Learn about Riesling wine; its origins, taste and some classic food pairings.

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