Category: White Wine

  • Spanish vineyards

    Spanish wine and the flame within

    European culture is interesting and popular in pop culture, and among the many is Spanish culture. Spanish culture involves some of its wines too; but there are many misconceptions surrounding this drink – in fact, the more you begin to know, the more you realize how much there you don't know yet! Continue reading

  • South Africa Wine

    The Essential Guide to South African Wine

    Cava (with it's home in Penedes, Catalonia) is a Spanish sparkling wine mainly made from Macabeu white grape. It's light bitter finish, and lemony flavor has a taste similar to green almonds made from a specific variety of grapes grown in the region. Continue reading

  • Chablis wine

    An introductory course to Chablis Wine

    Chablis wines are often compared to having citrus accompanied with white flower aromas. The flint-like minerality and high acidity are a trait of the best Chablis wines. For the most part that is owed to the local climate, the specific structure of the soil as well as the long-lasting wine tradition of the region. Continue reading

  • Spanish white wine

    An Introduction to the Best Spanish White Wine

    Reds are the first that comes to mind when someone mentions the wine of Spain. At the same time however, there are many examples of Spanish white wine that are considered excellent. The list of the famous Spanish wines traditionally would start with Rueda and proceeds with White Riojas, Cava, Sherry, Txakoli, Albarino, and many others. Continue reading

  • Food and wine pairing

    Food and wine pairing – the ultimate art

    Food and wine pairing is arguably one of the ultimate arts of the wine world. A great wine can bring you happiness and joy, but pairing a great wine with great food can truly transport you to a new dimension and elevate your senses to levels previously unknown. Continue reading

  • Sauvignon Blanc Wine

    Sauvignon Blanc Wine – A Beginners Guide

    Sauvignon Blanc wine originates from the region of Bordeaux, in France. As far as the name, many believe that it comes from the French word “Sauvage” which translates into "the wild". This is because the grape was all over the region, growing where no one would expect it, much like wild weed would do. Continue reading

  • Muscat wine pairs brilliantly with desserts

    Muscat wine – the sweet floral gem of muscato

    Amazingly, the Muscat grape family includes in excess of 200 different grape varieities belonging to the Vitis vinifera species, being used in wine production (and even as raisins and table grapes) for centuries. Due to the wide range of grape varities in the family, Muscat can produce a dazzling array of muscat wine. Continue reading