There is always something new to learn about wine. What is the best temperature for serving a Chardonnay? How do you store a wine after the bottle has been opened? Does refrigerating a wine harm it? Learn tips and techniques for serving and enjoying your wine.
There are thousands of wines in the world, from the typical Cabernet and Chardonnay to the more rare Bull's Blood and Ice Wine. Learn about the countless varieties of wine - what makes each one unique, and which might become your new favorites. Expand your horizons!
Each of us has a very different set of taste buds. Some of us love spicy flavors, others prefer their food more mild. This means that the proper pairing of food and wine is individual, based on your personal likes and dislikes. We can help you in your quest.
Wine Corks - 11/26/2015 1:38:51 AM I have piles and piles of corks. I always meant to make crafts with them. Should I just sell them on ebay? Or make a bunch of wreaths and foist them on friends for presents? :) What would you do?
Sangria was created in Spain and made popular at the 1964 US World's Fair. Sangria traditionally has red wine, brandy, and fruit, and is served over ice. However, Sangria can be made in just about any style you can imagine - with white wine and even sparkling wine.
Champagne and sparkling wines are traditionally made using the Methode Champenoise, a special way of getting the sparkle in the wine. The wine goes through a second fermentation in the bottle! Champagne is perfect with sushi and strawberries.
Wine is grown in every corner of our vast world. From the classic vineyards of Champagne to the new world splendor of Chile and Argentina, from the down-under fun of Australia to the Pacific-wind-cooled stretches of Napa Valley, there is wine all around us.