Wednesday, July 8, 2020
How Many Bottles of Wine in a Barrel?
Being a cultured wine lover, you must want to know how many bottles can be filled with a barrel of wine. Which is great, you want to learn more about this drink. Let...
What Wine Goes With Lasagna?
Lasagna is one of those dishes that can be made in several unique styles. You could prepare one with heavier meats like beef, lighter ones like chicken or fish, herby ones like pesto,...
Highest Rated Pinot Noir Wines for Any Budget
To many wine takers, Pinot Noir remains a favorite. It is still one of those delicate and versatile wines that go with literally any kind of food, offering a diverse taste to the...
How To Make Delicious Muscadine Wine At Home
Muscadine wine is probably one of the healthiest foods you’ve never heard of. Muscadine grapes from the native of Southeastern United States are abundant in polyphenols, resveratrol, and ellagic acid. Muscadine grapes have more fiber...
Wine Fridge Reviews and Buying Guide
If you are a wine consumer, you already know that it is essential to have a fridge specifically for storing your wine. Most people think that regular refrigerators are enough since you can use it multi-purposely...
Amazing Wine Subscription Boxes to Keep Your Bar Fresh
Bulk buying, better known as bundled buying, has always been a cheaper way of obtaining products. This, especially with wine, is so much of a money saver and any regular wine buyer can attest to...
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...
Uncorked: Châteauneuf-du-Pape
HistoryChateauneuf-du-Pape, which is translated as “The Pope’s New Castle,” has history tracing back to the ancient Roman times. Pope Clement, who was an avid wine lover, moved to Avignon in the early thirteenth century and...
Uncorked: Soave white wine
Have you ever had a taste of Italy’s silkiest and finest white wine? If not, Soave is the wine to try.  Soave wine is probably the most famous and most exported Italian white wine of...
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...