Full-Bodied Red Wine
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Syrah (aka Shiraz) originally comes from France and is actually related to Viognier! Find out more about this boisterous, bold red wine while tasting wines from Australia and Washington State.
Grab a glass and learn the differences between old and new world Malbec with Madeline Puckette.
Why are some wines selected for blends and others aren’t? Learn more about the art of wine blending with these stunning graphics.
With all the news coming out about the Barolo and Barbaresco, it’s the perfect time to brush up on the amazing grape behind these wines.
One of the few red grapes with red flesh, Alicante Bouschet is an oddity that makes big, juicy red wines.
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.
Recommendations, flavor profiles & facts about the grape behind Barolo and Barbaresco in a quick five-minute read.
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.
Some red wines have significantly higher levels of what science has determined to be the beneficial ingredients found in wine. Find out which red wines are the best for you (and surprise: it’s not Cabernet or Pinot Noir!)
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.