Our top picks for spring wines. The rules? Wines that match the turbulent weather, pair well with the spring harvest (green!), and not break the bank.
Learn how much is in a case of wine, what it should cost, and how to put together a great mixed case.
Did you know? The average wine taster can’t detect sweetness levels below 1.5 percent. Find out more about sweetness in wine.
In lieu of the classic choice of sake, let’s chat (sushi-friendly) grape-based beverages. Find the best wine for sushi with this clever guide.
If you can drink a mimosa for breakfast, then wine for breakfast is fine too. In fact, one could make a pretty strong argument to ditch the OJ altogether and just drink wine.
Pre-Christian yes, but calling it pagan seems a bit heathen. Here’s a brief history of the tradition of toasting and its origins in Georgia.
A Teinturier grape is red wine grape with dark skins, flesh, and juice. In contrast, regular wine grapes have dark skins, but clear flesh.
Find out how to make goat cheese wine pairings taste amazing. There are two traditional favorites (Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc) plus…
Certain wine varieties produce the highest quality when grown in a cooler climate. Find out which wines perform best and see some examples of famous cool-climate regions.
Learn what wine goes best with the major styles of lasagna, tackling red sauces, white sauces, pesto, & even moussaka!
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