WINE BLOG

What to drink at New ...

As we wrote Wednesday about Champagne, today it’s time to examine the Prosecco for your New Year’s Eve Party 2016! Prosecco is Italy’s most popular sparkling wine. While it’s often ...

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What to drink at New ...

The big parties for the New Year’s Eve are behind the corner and we need to choose what to drink for an enjoyable start of new year! Today and Saturday ...

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How to recycle your wine ...

We’re all becoming more conscious of our food waste and the impact this is having on the environment, but what about packaging? We’re often happy to recycle but what about ...

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Wine Tips from Chile

The concept of grapes and winemaking was little known in Chile before Spanish conquistadors invaded during the 1500s, planting Pais vines which are now considered the country’s national grape. At ...

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Wine Academy: Tokaj

The wines of the Hungarian region of Tokaj or as they say it “toe-kay,” are a window into the past. For one, the word for wine in Hungarian, Bor, isn’t ...

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The use of Stevia in ...

This year’s SIAL Paris international food fair saw the debut of innovative wines that exchanged alcohol for unusual ingredients such as stevia and 24k gold leaf flakes. Regarded in some circles as ...

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Spain and its best wines

Let’s forget about prestigious wines for a minute and focus on the multitude of awesome, lessor known wines and regions to explore. One region that continually flies under the radar ...

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Don’t miss Top Vino by ...

On 17 October, the International Wine Festival, TOP VINO by eVino, will bring some of the world’s greatest wines to Ljubljana, where wine lovers will get to taste some extraordinary wines in ...

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Chardonnay vs Viognier

Chardonnay and Viognier are both full-bodied white wines but they have subtle textural differences and aromatically are quite distinct. Both are full-bodied white wines and both typically are oak-aged to ...

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Grape Varieties by South America

While you’ll find all the usual suspects (Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc etc…) in South America, there are a handful of lesser known varieties of wines that have taken on ...

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