Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Uncorked: Pinot Meunier
Pinot Meunier, which is also known as Meunier, is a well-known dark red grape varietal from the Pinot grape family used in sparkling wine productions and Champagne blends. In some regions, though, it is used...
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 Make Wine at Home
You can quickly learn how to make wine at home in a natural way with some right hands full of tips like clean fruits, plan for supply, choice of good fruit
6 Best Wines to Make Mulled Wine With
We have a list of wines that you can use for your mulled wine recipes, read about the best 6 wines to make mulled wine with, it matters what wine you use
If you’ve not experienced it first-hand, then you certainly have seen it in movies. Ever wondered what and why those high-end (or should we term them proper?) dinners have their guests received with those mannerly...
Ultimate Guide to Removing Wine Stains (Red & White)
Everyone agrees that the worst are these wine stains. They're difficult to wash quickly. Here is a guide for removing wine stains with ease.
How much wine do you need for a wedding?
Planning a wedding buffet is not child’s play and on top of it, choosing the right amount of wine for your guests can be really challenging. Don’t fret! Here’s a clever guide that will help...
How Much Wine Will Get You Drunk?
Knowing how much wine will get you drunk is crucial if you want to drink. Whether it be a formal occasion or a party with friends, you need to know this amount, because it will...
How long does wine last?
Every year globally, the production of wine delivers thirty-six billion bottles of wine, and this is good news for all the oenophiles (wine connoisseurs) out there! However, a common question is how long can this wine last before it...
What Wine Should I Drink With Steak
Lean red meat goes well with a lighter variety of red wine. Prime rib and other rich cuts should ideally be paired with a red wine with high tannin.