Tagged with Wine Types
Get excited for a dark horse Italian wine. These 8 wines from Southern Italy aren’t well-known, but you just might crown them a winner.
August 28th is National Red Wine Day! For inspiration, here are some of our favorite red wine varieties you must try.
Rosé’s value and versatility lies in its wide range of varieties and styles. These 6 rosé wines might be just what you’re looking for this season.
There’s an amazing abundance of extraordinary Italian white wines out there that can rock your world as well as quench your thirst. Sadly, most are shamefully undervalued or completely overlooked.
Looking for the perfect summer wine? Grab a can. We’re exploring some of our go-to canned wines and why they make the perfect beach bag and camping pack accessory.
Remember the first time the intense aroma of Sauvignon Blanc smacked you in the face? Have you been chasing that in other wines? Then this list is for you!
We all love Champagne. We all need Champagne. And, of course, the best cheap Champagne might not actually be called Champagne at all.
Tannat has some of the highest levels of antioxidants in the world, so why don’t more people know about it? Grab a glass and taste the difference between French and Uruguay Tannat.
Orange wine is a bit of a misnomer because the it isn’t referring to a wine made with oranges. In fact, orange wine is made with white wine grapes. Find out more about this fascinating wine and where it comes from…
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.