• Blush wine

    Everything You Need to Know About Blush Wine

    Blush wine has an army of fans that adore it. It is a wine that is easy to drink, can be paired with pretty much any type of meal, and has a very delicate color.

    Here is an introduction to blush wine, its main characteristics, as well as a few interesting facts about this unique wine. Let’s start from the beginning! Continue reading

  • Madeira Wine

    Madeira Wine 101

    Not too many people know how fascinating the Madeira wine is. For example, not many know that Madeira wine was served when the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776 and also during the inauguration of George Washington.

    At one point, Madeira wine was given to overworked and sick people. At that time, the Madeira wine was nicknamed "the milk of the old." Unfortunately, most people don't know much about this incredible wine. Continue reading

  • French vineyard

    French Red Wines for Absolute Beginners

    France is arguably the home of wine on the world stage. With hundreds of famous vineyards, and a rich history of viniculture, it's hard to find somewhere more synonymous with the world of wine than France.

    Here, we introduce you to the most common red wine varieties in France - their history, their origins, their tastes. Read ahead! Continue reading

  • Fig tree

    A Glimpse into the Peculiar World of Fig Wine

    Fig is one of the most widespread and oldest fruits within the Mediterranean basin. It is also grown in other places around the world that host a similar dry and warm climate. Figs are high in sugars and low in organic acid. Thanks to that, people can make fig wine... Continue reading

  • Champagne Chilling

    The Optimal Temperature for Serving Different Wines

    Having a successful dinner party may depend on many factors. If the dinner party includes serving wine, then, for the most part, it depends on how you serve your wine and what you serve.

    Many people make the mistake of pouring the wine at the wrong temperature. The only bigger mistake than that is to pour it into plastic cups, knocking down the wine’s decadent aromas and flavors. Continue reading

  • Old World New World Map

    New World Wines vs Old World Wines

    The terms "New World" and "Old World" are used as geographical references to determine the location where the wine was initially produced. Therefore, the term "old world wines" is reserved for wines produced in Europe and the Mediterranean countries. On the other hand, the world "new world wines" covers wines produced in Australia, the USA, South Africa, New Zealand, Argentina, and Chile. Continue reading

  • Merlot Grapes

    Merlot Wine Guide – All you need to know

    Merlot is a black-skinned berry that is as fleshy as it is juicy, and that gives delicious red wine. Fun is always guaranteed with Merlot, no matter who is throwing the party. There are five noble grape varieties in Bordeaux, and Merlot is one of them.

    Currently, Merlot is grown on virtually all continents where there are vineyards. Winemakers often like to blend Merlot with Cabernet Sauvignon to balance out Cabernet's mouth-drying tannins. Continue reading

  • Wine cellars

    7 Practical Tips for Storing Wine at Home

    So, you've bought wine, and you don't plan to drink it right away. At the same time, you don't want it to go bad or its taste to be compromised before you open it. You don’t even have a fancy wine cellar to preserve it.

    There are a few things to consider when storing your new bottle of wine. Whether you have one or a hundred wine bottles, the following tips can help you store your wine properly until you are ready to drink it. Continue reading