A collection of videos from Wine Folly that will help you learn more about wine.
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.
Explore the delicious home of Prosecco Superiore in the new Conegliano Valdobbiadene Region Guide.
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.
Dive into an amazing wine region with New York state and discover their most important wines.
A wine grape used in some of the best wines, but often overlooked - learn all about Cabernet Franc.
ABC – Anything but Chardonnay started a buttery revolt. But we can’t blame the grape! Madeline unpacks two white wines in search of oak and balance.
Join Wine Folly’s Head Wine Educator, Christine Marsiglio MW, as she breaks down the foundation of Riesling, including flavors, aromas, growing regions, and more.
Join Madeline and pull back the curtain on proprietary wine names and decode the flavors inside the bottle.
Master of Wine, Christine Marsiglio MW, walks through the basics of Sauvignon Blanc including aromas, flavors, and growing regions.
Join Madeline as she unpacks delicious Shiraz from Australia, and explores the difference in Terroir across the region.
Dive into a remote and amazing wine region with Margaret River and discover their wines, wineries, and more.
The Napa Valley wine course is available now on Wine Folly! In this course, we'll be tasting 6 wines, including the region's top styles of Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel, and a Sauvignon Blanc Blend.
Italy contains 20 major wine growing regions and over 500 indigenous grapes! This course quickly breaks down the major regions and wines to know. Join Master of Wine, Christine Marsiglio, and Madeline Puckette on the adventure into Italy's top wines.
The wine tasting method is a simple process that will help you identify specific characteristics of a wine. This method splits a wine tasting up into 4 sections based on four of the five physical senses we use to experience wine.
Madeline Puckette dives into a mystery box of Sicilian wines to discover tasty summer-time wine.
Pinot Grigio, Gewürztraminer, Schiava, and Lagrein! We collaborated with Alto Adige wines to give y'all a free guide.