"Tips & Misc Topics"

Being surprised about wine glasses

If you’re looking for a bit more explanation into why types of wine glasses are shaped the way they are, then look no further. The infographic from Onwinetime details 10 ...

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Can we age the New ...

As a wine enthusiast, you may have previously read through a few articles about how to age wine perfectly, or maybe about what temperatures are ideal for wine preservation. The writers of ...

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A new oak barrique wine ...

If your idea of heaven is relaxing with a glass of oak-aged, full bodied yet mellow red, but not the price tag that comes with it, there’s a new oak ...

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Blue Wine is banned

Spain has banned Spanish producers Gik from labelling or marketing their blue wine as wine because it’s the wrong colour. The drink, which made headlines in the summer for its ...

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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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4 top Rosé Wines

Explore four top varieties used for rosé wine. While these wines may look similar in terms of color, they are a world apart when it comes to flavors and food ...

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Tips of English Wines

If you’re curious about the growing buzz around English wine, this introductory guide to the wines of England will help you get to know the major emerging regions, grapes varieties ...

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The wine collecting: an hobby ...

When you want to find that perfect wine for an impromptu night with friends or a romantic Italian dinner, you might not have time to hunt around. Fortunately, with some ...

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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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3 ways to enjoy the ...

When one thinks of the great foodie destinations of Europe; Spain, Italy, and France seem to come to mind first. But Switzerland has culinary charms of its own. In addition ...

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