Category: Riesling

  • Dry white wine

    Dry White Wines – A Simple Guide

    There is an army of wine aficionados that prefer to drink dry white wines over any other wines. Dry wines such as Riesling, Pinot Grigio, and Sauvignon Blanc can be found in almost any part of the world where there are vineyards. Wine aficionados cherish them because they can be easily paired with various foods, as well as because of their crisp flavors. Then there is the fact that they are amazingly refreshing during the warm summer months. Continue reading

  • Pasta and Spaghetti

    Top 7 Wines That Make a Perfect Match With Pasta Dishes

    Pasta and wine are very complementary and regularly served along with each other. However, choosing the wrong kind of wine can diminish the entire experience. If you don't want that to happen to you and your guests, you need to keep on reading.

    Here we will reveal the top seven wines that are commonly used with various pasta dishes... Continue reading

  • Frozen grapes ice wine

    Ice Wine – Demystified and Explained

    Ice wine is made from frozen grapes that are pressed while still frozen. When the frozen grapes are pressed, they release only one or two concentrated juice per grape. As a result, the juice is quite sweet, often twice sweeter than in any typical dry wine. Plus, its acidity levels are a bit on the high end.

    The harvest doesn't begin until January and can even sometimes happen in February. Grapes are harvested while frozen, at night, and are instantly transported to the winery to be pressed. The grapes must be frozen before being pressed. Continue reading

  • Semillon grapes

    10 Popular White Wine Grape Varieties From All Over the World

    Riesling, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc are by far the most popular white wine grapes in the world. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t any other excellent white wine grapes as much popular. But for some reason, they are not much familiar to folks.

    Here we will go through the best white wines worldwide, the regions that produce them, as well as, what they bring to the table in terms of acidity and flavors. Continue reading

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    Main Divide Riesling Pegasus Bay Review

    Moving into the sweet side of the spectrum, in a way strongly reminiscent of muscat wine, Main Divide Pegasus Bay is off-dry, and driven predominantly by sweet floral notes of honeysuckle and white fruits. As the riper fruit notes (apricot and other stone fruits) gradually fade away, a more tart note of citrus fruits (lime, predominantly) moves into the front of the palate and really rounds off the sweeter notes present... Continue reading

  • German wine thrives from the colder climates

    Exploring German white wine and the variety within

    If you are a white wine enthusiast, then German wines are an easy point of obsession. This is because, true to the stereotype, Germany takes the production and sale of white wines seriously. Since 2013, almost 65% of the German's vineyards are dedicated to producing white wine grapes. which pair well with Germany's cooler climate enabling them to produce lean fruits with high acidity. Perfect for a variety of white wines. Continue reading