We’re back with another segment of the Wine 101 series. This week, the many different kinds of wine, and how to tell them apart. Read till the end for a special announcement. 🙂
How does Champagne get its bubbles? Find out more about the Meryl Streep of the wine world – the Superstar, Champagne.
This week, a brief history of Champagne, and the invaluable contribution by Dom Pierre Perignon, the father of Champagne as we know it today.
Arguably the most famous wine in the world, yet so much of it is shrouded in mystery. Read about the King of wine, and the wine of Kings, Champagne.
A quick and simple guide on buying, storing, and preserving your wine. Find out how to get the most out of your bottle.
It has lifted a lot of eyebrows, and opinion seems to be divided as to the potential success of such a revolutionary product.
Knowing how wine is made is the first step in beginning to appreciate it.
Read on to find out how a humble grape can produce something so beautiful.
In the second part of the series, we go a little deeper down the rabbit hole, the second step in your own wine pilgrimage.
From it’s original conception and distribution around the world in 6,000 B.C., to its threat of complete extinction from a mysterious foe in the late 19th Century, wine has come a long, long way.
What is wine? It’s not as simple as a one line definition. Luckily, the best way to learn about it is reliable and fun – bottoms up.
Finding the right wine to suit your preference is actually a lot less complicated than it looks. Read on to know what flavour elements you will find in your wine, and what they mean on your palate.
Wine improves with age, right? Some do, most don’t. Unfortunately, only certain high quality wines age as well as Jennifer Aniston, the rest end up more or less like Lindsay Lohan.