"Popular Wines"

Reds for your Summer

The vast majority of imbibers allocate their wine drinking to winter. This statement isn’t just an assumption, it’s true. Over 90% of search traffic around the topic of wine happens ...

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White like Red Wines

For most of us, being into wine means being into red wine. Perhaps it’s because red wines are known to deliver more depth and complexity than most white wines. However, ...

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The volcanic effect on wines

In Italy, there’s a connective thread that unites the Euganean Hills in Veneto to Lake Bolsena in Lazio, the Phlegrean Fields near Naples to the Sicilian Island of Pantelleria. It ...

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Greek Wines for your summer

Greek white wine varieties that are perfect for beaches, picnics and anywhere you might arrive on a bicycle or in a canoe. These light-bodied white wines each offer their own ...

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Wine Academy: Brunello di Montalcino

Brunello di Montalcino is a wine made with 100% Sangiovese with Italy’s highest DOCG classification. This is the Sangiovese that most wine critics cite to be the best in all ...

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Exploring the Port Wines

Port is the most recognizable name in fortified dessert wines. Hailing from the Douro River Valley in northwest Portugal, Port was created in the 18th century by the British who ...

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A taste of cult wines

Cult wines are the pigeon-blood ruby of the wine world. They are engorged in a sort of mystery and delight that can only be satiated by tasting them. Of course, ...

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Pinot Noir: one grape, more ...

Pinot Noir is often hailed for being utterly delicious but it also happens to be one of the most versatile wine grapes in the world. This single red grape variety ...

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What to drink in Sardinia

Sardinia is one of the best deals Europe has to offer. It has white sandy beaches, turquoise clear waters and rugged, quintessential island landscape. Actually, Sardinia is even better than ...

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The new world’s most expensive ...

Wine fans would be no strangers to the name Hermitage La Chappelle 1961 but will still be surprised to learn that it is the world’s most expensive wine, according to iDealWine. ...

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