Did you know? The average wine taster can’t detect sweetness levels below 1.5 percent. Find out more about sweetness in wine.
Yes, it’s perfectly fitting to name your cat after something wine-related. Toronto-based somm (and lover of long hairs) offers up 25 wine names for cats.
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.
Somms are nerding out over sparklers from the off-beat Champagne region of Côte des Bar. And you should be too. Here’s your guide to the wines, regions, producers and soils of Champagne’s Aube.
We asked consulting winemaker extraordinaire, Julien Fayard, to fill us in on what takes to do his job.
Is Tannat the next Malbec? Tannat wine has more gusto than Cabernet Sauvignon, and wines from up-and-coming Uruguay are surprisingly affordable! Here’s what you need to know.
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.
It’s hard not to fall in love with Moscato d’Asti. This perfumed, sweet Italian white wine has captivated wine drinkers of all kinds.
A Teinturier grape is red wine grape with dark skins, flesh, and juice. In contrast, regular wine grapes have dark skins, but clear flesh.