Category: Syrah

  • Wine and steak

    The Ultimate Guide on How to Pair Wine and Steak

    Whether you are celebrating an anniversary, job promotion, or some other special occasion, indulging in a premium piece of steak is an excellent choice. Furthermore, pairing it with great wine can turn your meal into an unforgettable experience.

    The only issue here is how to choose the right wine. Continue reading

  • Australian Vineyards

    Five Outstanding Australian Red Wines

    Unless you are a seasoned wine aficionado, you might not know that many exceptional red wines come from Australia. If you are perfectly aware of this and most likely keep at least a few bottles in their cellars.

    However, if this is news for you, then you are probably new in the world of wines. But, that’s okay, you are in the right place as here we will introduce you to some of the best red wines from down under. Continue reading

  • Natural tannins

    Tannins in Wine? – Here’s Everything You Need to Know

    Tannins occur naturally in seeds, plants, wood, fruit skins, leaves, and bark. The technical term for tannins is polyphenols. Polyphenols are a type of macromolecules that are a combination of both oxygen and hydrogen.

    Wine tannins come from stems, seeds, grape skins, and oak barrels. When stems, seeds, and skins soak in juice, tannins are released. The more time they spend in the juice, the more tannin is released. Continue reading

  • Red Wine Grapes

    The Top 5 Red Wine Grapes in the World

    A glass of red wine with loved ones or friends after a hard day’s work is a great way to load off some stress. Having a glass of wine is also proven to be beneficiary to your health as well, as it lowers cholesterol and keeps blood sugar levels at bay. To that end, you need to have at least some basic knowledge about red wines grapes and which ones are considered the best. Continue reading

  • Syrah Wine

    A Comprehensive Guide to Syrah Wine

    Syrah is pretty much a synonym for a dark, full-bodied red wine, with its dark fruit flavor varying from savory black olive to sweet blueberry. Winemakers often blend it with varieties such as Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, or even the richer Mourvedre, to make it taste more complete. Continue reading