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Learning about wine is a challenge due to old data and difficult to access tools, but Wine Folly is changing both to make wine learning easier for the world.
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.
Let’s take a closer look at Wine Folly’s new Region Guides and wine tasting courses!
Whether you’re WSET certified or just starting your wine journey, one of the best ways to sharpen your palate is through the Wine Tasting Challenge.
When it comes to AOC wine and French classifications, it can feel really complicated really fast. But if you know some basics, you’ll find that understanding comes pretty easily.
Prefer your wine trips out in the great wide open? Pairing a wine with the outdoors can enliven more than just our taste buds!
It’s time to take a closer look at Chinese wine and discover the regions, terroir, and unique quality Chinese wine has to offer the world.
The Ahr Valley is one of those wine regions you’ll never hear about unless you dig. Find out more about this serious hotspot for Pinot Noir.
Nowadays, Chile is producing first class wines with a real sense of terroir. Here are seven wines from Chile (varieties and regions) that will blow your mind.
When you dig into this region, you realize the grapes that go into this seemingly cheap, fizzy wine are truly special. Lets find out more about this underdog wine of the world.
If there was French red that everyone deserves to taste it’s Châteauneuf-du-Pape. For many, CdP is the ultimate gateway drug to French wine.