A collection of videos from Wine Folly that will help you learn more about wine.
The idea of Super Tuscan wine isn’t new, but it sparked a revolution during the 1970s that changed the face of Italian wine forever.
This grape used to be the most popular red wine grape in Cataluyna until a vine disease nearly wiped it out. Fortunately, it survived in the mountains and has created quite a stir.
Inspired by the most famous and collectible red wine out there, this region attempts to do the impossible: to grow great wines where no one expects. Do you know it?
Don't like the drying, astringent taste of high tannin wines? You're going to want to look into this classic wine variety that naturally produces lower tannin wines.
Back in 1737 this volcanic wine region was making the most coveted wine in the world. Surprisingly, today it’s super undervalued.
This up-and-coming wine region is very remote in a rugged environment. That being said, it's a perfect Mediterranean cool coastal climate. Can you guess what wine before the reveal?
Leather, tobacco, and wet clay? These unusual wine aromas are what makes this wine so unique. See if you can guess the wine before the big reveal.
This white wine is famous if you're in the know. Why? Well, it's dry, rich, golden-colored and delicious. It comes from a region that's full of castles.
This white wine is well known in Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia and planted almost nowhere else. So, it was quite to find Rkatsiteli growing in New York.
The cool Northwest is the next up-and-coming wine area in Spain. It's here we find the region of Bierzo and the grape, Mencía.
Ramato is a rare style of Pinot Grigio from Friuli, Italy with an amber hue. The color comes from the grapes pinkish-gray skins.
For those in the know, Syrah in South Africa is a absolute find. We found a Syrah producer in Swartland to show you what you've been missing.
Godello, (pronounced "go-day-oh") a little-known white wine grape, grows almost exclusively in Northwest Spain. Some Godello wines are so amazing that you’ll want to know what regions to seek out.
New Zealand Pinot Noir captivates with ripe cherry notes and velvety tannins but can it rival the finest from Burgundy? Here's what you need to know.
Tempranillo is called Tinto Fino in Ribera del Duero, and these wines offer incredible flavors as well as aging potential in your cellar.
This rare white wine grape was nearly extinct by the early 1970s. Lets find out what about Arneis wine made it worth saving.
Most of us know New Zealand for Sauvignon Blanc, but the Chardonnay competes with White Burgundy. What's more is it fits a tight wine budget nicely.
Learn Sicilian wine secrets and taste one of the rarest light bodied red wines called Frappato – a must try for Pinot lovers.
Carménère arrived in Chile more than 100 years ago. It was thought to be Merlot, but in 2006 DNA analysis proved it was indeed a unique variety.
What are the most important things to set up for a wine tasting? Sommelier, Madeline Puckette walks through what Wine Folly does for the tasting group.
Gewürztraminer is one of the most aromatic white wines out there! Let’s dive into everything you need to know to find great quality and food pairings.
Madeline takes us through the 6 popular types of white wine and offers tips on how to find each style and what foods pair well with them.
It's possible to find good cheap wines armed with sommelier skills. Madeline Puckette shows us how to drink well on a budget at Trader Joes.
That bitter, astringent taste in a glass of red comes from wine tannins. So, are they good? Bad? And, how do you find wines with smooth tannins?
Knowing these 5 types of wine and which ones to try will help you navigate a wine menu with confidence and poise. Find your favorite type of wine. - Red wines - White wines - Rosé wines - Sparkling wines - Dessert wines For each type of wine, we see different winemaking methods and growing techniques which explains why these wines taste so different from one another.
Get confident in Chianti wine and learn how to find the best bottles. Want to learn while tasting?
There is so much more to Moscato than sweet white wine. This family of grapes has incredible history.
Uncork the world of dry red wines–from bone dry to high tannin–and find out what these terms mean.
All the foundational information about Merlot is right here from Master of Wine, Christine Marsiglio. Wine Folly's [Guide for Merlot](https://winefolly.com/grapes/merlot/)
Learn how to choose the right Champagne for you with these 5 tips on a label. There are secrets right in front of your eyes.
Find the best Prosecco with these sommelier secrets. Prosecco Superiore DOCG is the secret to top quality.
Join Head Wine educator, Christine Marsiglio MW, and learn all the key facts about this green skinned white wine grape, popular in Spain.
Are you ready for Pinot from Oregon? Madeline unpacks three great wines from Lange Estate Winery in Oregon.
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