Friday, October 23, 2020
The type of grapes native to North America, called table grapes, make for delicious fruits to munch on. They’re big, pulpy, and do not contain any seeds. But can they make good wine? This is...
Roussanne, the white grape variety that takes its name from “roux”, the French word for “russet” (a description of the grapes’ reddish gold skin color at harvest) is a...
Highest Rated Sauvignon Blanc Wines for Any Budget
Sauvignon Blanc is the signature and most prevalent white grape variety in New Zealand. This grape was first commercially produced in the year 1979 after being introduced into the country six years prior (1973 to...
Find Out Who Invented Champagne
The word ‘champagne’ is often loosely used to describe all sparkling wines. Though this is a mark of its popularity, Champagne legally only refers to wine that is grown from grapes in the...
Tips on How to Make Your Own Wine
Imagine coming home to a full bottle of wine every day, maybe every two weeks, without having to spend a dollar for the entire year. It sounds a little utopic, but it can...
Simple Solutions to Remove Sulfites from Wine
There are several myths surrounding this mysterious group of compounds, but many of them are simply not true. Read on to know more about removing sulfites in Wine!