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Beyond Champagne: 3 Types of Sparkling Wines To Explore

Sparkling wine is made across the world. Discover the different methods that share traditions like Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, and the few who break the rules.

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Wine Folly’s Sparkling 16 Tournament

Wine Folly is getting down to the bottom of the question “Which Sparkling wine is the most popular?” with the Sparkling 16 Tournament.

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Alto Adige: The 4 Wines You Must Know

If you’re thinking of exploring Alto Adige (one of Italy’s top 20 wine regions!) then you must find out about these 4 wines.

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Some Nifty Science to Help You Identify Wine Aromas

Let’s understand wine aromas through the science behind them. As it turns out, those little whiffs of fruit, flowers, and “minerality” help us deconstruct a wine.

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Syrah

A rich, powerful, and sometimes meaty red wine that originated in the Rhône Valley of France. Syrah is the most planted grape of Australia where they call it Shiraz.

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Introducing The Wine Flavor Chart

A useful tool to have on hand while tasting, the wine flavor wheel is a visual glossary of wine terms organized by where they come from.

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3 Wines that will Change the way You Think About Wine

I’d like to introduce you to a few remarkable sipping wines with highly individualized aromas. If you haven’t tasted them yet, try one over the winter (it’s the perfect time to try them) and expand your understanding of wine.

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Storing Open Red Wine Guide

Have an open bottle of red wine you can’t finish? Storing open red wine is easy with the use of cheap tools and one simple piece of advice.

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