Friday, August 14, 2020
How to Drink Wine if You Don't Like it
There are times when you are offered something awful and you need to act like you are enjoying your drink. But it might be that you just simply don't like wine but need to act...
Brighten Your Room With These Amazing Wine Crate Tables
It's no secret that coffee tables can burn a very deep hole in your pocket. Buying a new one can cost several hundred dollars at the minimum. If you’re looking to buy a new one,...
Learn How to Make Blackberry Wine With Ease
Most of us have some fond childhood memories of blackberries. Be it making jam out of it, or trying to pick a few from the nearest bramble and staining your t-shirts in the process, many...
Make Apple Wine at Home (Recipe)
We usually associate wine with grapes. And certainly not with apples. But to every wine lover’s delight, you can buy or even make something called apple wine. Apple Wine is  juice for adults.This one is...
Uncorked: Pinotage
A science professor, Abraham Izak Perold, first developed the Pinotage grape varietal from the Swartland region of South Africa (a valley around 50km North of Cape Town) in 1925. It was a crossbreed between two...
How to Make Rice Wine (Sake)
Rice wine sake is a really common ingredient in Asian cuisine. Therefore, if you plan on cooking something traditionally from Asia, then you will likely need it. Unfortunately, though, it can get pretty expensive, but...
Uncorked: Johannisberg Riesling White Wine
Johannisberg Riesling derives its name from Johannisberg Hill. Riesling is one of the three quartzite hills that lie upstream from the Taunus massif in the gentle landscape of Rheingau, a small town in Germany. The riesling...
Yeast and Winemaking: Everything You Need To Know
Do you see any yeast on your screen? Probably not, but there’s a good chance there are some that aren’t visible to your eyes. Similarly, yeast is everywhere. It covers most surfaces and reaches most...
Uncorked: Gattinara
Do you have a partiality for distinctive Burgundian wines brewed from the best grapes and aged in the best of Italian winemaking tradition? If so, you will find Gattinara a perfect choice. While Gattinara is...
How to Drink Red Wine Like an Expert
For a long time, wine has been associated with pomp and merry-making. Evidence from archeological studies shows that wine production started as early as 400 BC in China, Iran, Armenia, Greece, and Sicily. There are...