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Tardif is intriguing because it’s slow to ripen – a classic sign of a high-quality red grape variety. The wines has similarities to Syrah.

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The differences between red and white wines go beyond the choice of grapes. Here are several fascinating facts about the real differences between red and white wines.

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This guide will give you a lay of the land and point out 12 Greek wines you should be sipping.

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Saignée (“sohn-yay”) means “to bleed” and it also describes a method of wine making that produces a very unique style of rosé wine.

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All About Albariño Wine

Posted to Learn About Wine on August 1st.

Albariño (“alba-reen-yo”) is a high-quality, light-bodied white wine that grows primarily in Spain and Portugal. It’s loved for its high acidity and affinity to seafood.

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Today, the best Lambruscos are dry (secco) and barely sweet (semisecco) and almost always made in a semi-sparkling, frizzante, style. There are about 10 different varieties, but if you’re just getting into Lambrusco, here are the 4 high quality varieties to know

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The original Prosecco wasn’t the sweet, fruity bubbly we know today. Find out more about “col fondo” or “rifermentato in bottiglia,” a funky, cloudy Prosecco unlike any other.

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Chenin Blanc is a grown throughout the world, most notably in the Loire Valley of France and South Africa. What’s amazing about this variety is the diversity of styles, from sparkling wines and lean, dry whites to sweet, golden nectars and even fine brandy.

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Crémant is a group of sparkling wines made with the same technique as Champagne but from outside the Champagne region. This article details the 9 different Crémant wines of France and Luxembourg.

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As the grape has spread to warmer climates, winemakers have realized that Petit Verdot can make intensely bold, fruity-yet-floral red wines that easily stand on their own.

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