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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

  • Rustenberg RM Nicholson Stellenbosch Label

    Rustenberg RM Nicholson Stellenbosch Review

    With a dusty, almost incense-like quality to the smell, the wine exhibits some of the classics of the Stellenbosch terroir, displaying mineral notes (less common in reds by tradition than their white counterparts) such as graphite. Well balanced tannins combine with a slight acidic quality to produce a versatile wine almost reminiscent of a mild, less fruity, Malbec. The juices stride proudly through the tasting notes and push forward the fruity profile of the wine as the mineral notes begin to fade away to give rise to the true underlying flavor profiles... Continue reading

  • Viñalba Gran Reservado Malbec Mendoza

    Viñalba Gran Reservado Malbec Mendoza Review

    Coming from the Lujan de Cuyo region in Mendoza, the Viñalba Gran Reservado is one of our favorite mid-price Argentinian Malbec wines. As the flagship of the range, this wine was carefully curated by Hervé Fabre, IWC Red Winemaker of the year, a legend known throughout the world and recognized internationally for recognizing the potential of Malbec grown in high-altitudes. Continue reading

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    The history and popularity of Cabernet Sauvignon

    Cabernet Sauvignon is a red grape single variety popular for its durable, thick structure and the vines have the properties of resisting the elements. After the discovery of the grape, the Cabernet Sauvignon variety started to be adopted in various parts of France by winemakers in search for more durable plants that can be grown easily, and the grape was produced abundantly in the region of Bordeaux... Continue reading

  • Chilean Wine

    The Booming Industry of Chilean Wine

    For decades, the wine industry was dominated by Old World and European countries. While the trend continues today, with Italy, Spain, and France being the top three producers of wine in 2014, there is a new player in the international wine industry. The Chilean wine has left a mark in the trade and is starting to make its name in the wine industry. Continue reading

  • Gewurztraminer grapes

    Gewurztraminer Wine – A hard to pronounce beauty

    If you are in search of a sweet, aromatic white wine that will satisfy your sensitive palate, go for Gewurztraminer wine. This wine was born in the Alsace region of France, and it smells like the lychee fruit. So, if someone asked you have you tasted Gewurztraminer and asked you to describe it, you can always say it smells like lychee - you will never go wrong! Continue reading

  • Muscat wine

    Why Muscat Wine is increasing in popularity

    Muscat has become a cultural phenomenon these days. Over the past few years, the demand for Muscat wine (also known as Moscato wine) has been on the rise, with drinkers searching for a sweeter, lighter wine with a low alcohol percentage. For new wine enthusiasts who are looking for a fruity and floral sweet drink with low price, Muscat wine is highly recommended. Continue reading

  • New Zealand Wines

    New Zealand Wine – What does the island offer?

    A number of wines variety are made in New Zealand, and the most popular of them are the grassy whites with pungent odor made from Sauvignon Blanc in Marlborough. Another wine that proved itself worthy to New Zealand's terroir is the Pinot Noir and is home in Marlborough, Central Otago, and Martinborough, where wines are described as muscular and dense with strong dark fruit flavor. Continue reading

  • Pinot Grigio Vineyard

    The Ultimate Guide for Pinot Grigio Wine – What You Need to Know?

    Pinot Grigio is also referred to as Pinot Gris. This variety of grape can produce a light, acidic white wine. One of the biggest producers of the best wine in the world is Italy where the region produces wine like Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Lombardy and Pinot Grigio. However, outside of Italy, Grigio is also cultivated in the Alsace region of France, Oregon, California, and Australia... Continue reading

  • Rioja Wine – New Classifications Announced

    In terms of a global stage, the world of wine is remarkably unchanging and despite the various changes happening on a world scale right now, things rarely change in the wine scene. However, recently, the Rioja Consejio Regulador (wine commission of Rioja) has announced a brand new classification system and thrown one of the oldest and most established standards in the wine world into a new era. Continue reading