Browse: Wine Types

Nebbiolo (“Nebby-oh-low”) is a full-bodied red wine more famously known by the two production regions of Barolo and Barbaresco. Find out about this grape and how to find great wines.

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Viognier (“Vee-own-yay”) is a full-bodied white wine that originated in Southern France. Most loved for its perfumed aromas of peach, tangerine and honeysuckle, wines with Viognier…

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In order to find your favorite type of bubbly let’s break down the different styles of sparkling wine based on taste including suggestions on wines that fit each profile.

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There are a few basic winemaking techniques used make dessert wine which define how dessert wines taste. Explore this infographic to find your next bottle.

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Mencia: The Red Wine To Know

Posted to Learn About Wine on December 11th.

Mencía (“Men-thee-ah”) is a medium-bodied red wine grape that produces high quality wines with floral and red fruit flavors. If you love aromatic red wines like Pinot Noir and Gamay, Mencía is definitely worth tasting.

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Take a detailed look into what Amarone wine is all about and why it’s special, from a taste profile of great Amarone to its defining features so you can find great wines on your own.

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All About Orange Wine

Posted to Learn About Wine on November 27th.

Orange wine is a bit of a misnomer because the it isn’t referring to a wine made with oranges. In fact, orange wine is made with white wine grapes. Find out more about this fascinating wine and where it comes from…

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Medium-bodied red wines are the idyllic food wines. Find out which wines fit in the “medium-bodied” style and if this this is your go-to style.

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There is a wine that tastes like cotton candy, and surprisingly, it’s not made with cotton candy grapes. It’s made with a special wine grape that we’ve never heard of..

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Touriga Nacional (“tor-ee-gah nah-see-un-nall”) is a full-bodied red wine from Portugal with aging potential like Cabernet Sauvignon. This unsung grape variety is most common as a blending grape in Port wine and has only recently been championed as a dry red wine.

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