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The History of Pinot Grigio Wine, Plus Food Pairing and a Tasting List.

Most people believe Pinot Gris / Grigio wine is an Italian Wine, but it actually started in Burgundy and was known as Fromenteau. By the 1300’s Pinot Grigio wine had made its way to Switzerland, where it was favored by Emperor Charles IV. Eventually finding its way to Italy, where it became known as Pinot Grigio. The Gris / Grigio grape is a close relative to the Pinot Noir. Usually, […]

Cabernet sauvignon grape

An Overview of Cabernet Sauvignon Wine

Cabernet Sauvignon is presumably the most acclaimed red wine grape assortment on Earth. It is equaled in such manner just by its Bordeaux stalemate Merlot, and its inverse number in Burgundy, Pinot Noir. From its starting points in Bordeaux, Cabernet has effectively spread to practically every winegrowing nation on the planet. It is presently the key grape assortment in some top notch New World wine locales, most eminently Napa Valley, […]

Sauvignon Blanc Grape

Sauvignon Blanc Wine. The popularity of white-wine grape

Sauvignon Blanc wine is a type of white-wine grape that was first grown in western France. The species is now being grown in many parts of the world because I have been discovered to can produce one of the tastiest wine in the world. The Grape was first cultivated in some areas of Bordeaux before spreading to other parts of France and later to the rest of the world. Many […]

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Do The Shape of Wine glass Determine The Taste of Wine?

There is a myriad of containers that you can use to drink wine; you can choose to take it from a coffee mug or its bottle. There are many reasons why people drink wine; some drink wine from the bottle while some would prefer to take it from wine glasses. Wine is not meant to get people tipsy or drunk, having a good experience with them is determined by the […]

guide to Portuguese wine

Availability of Portuguese Wine in the global market

Unlike other countries producing wine Portugal do not have a long history in this segment. In the 1800s the country its production of wine. This was mainly facilitated by the high demand of the product after France and England wine sale went down. This was majority caused by the poor relationship the countries had with their neighboring nations which were the main importer of the product. Producing of Portugal wine […]

Chilean bottled wine

Chilean Wine Region Facts

The first vineyards were established in Chile by the Spanish in the mid-sixteenth century. Since that time Chile has developed a thriving wine market, however it has grown considerably in recent years with the introduction of French wine varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Merlot. Although Chilean Wine generally lacks the fruitiness of California or Australian wines its less understated than European wines. Geographically speaking, Chile is a very unique […]

rustic wine cellar

Vineyards. Cultivating One of the World’s Most Delicious Beverages

Many people equate the winery, cellar and vineyard synonymous with wine tasting. Wine connoisseurs gather for a taste of the vine in some of the most interesting places on the planet, cruise ships, estate locations, vineyards and century old cellars. However, the difference between these venues can be a little tricky. These places are interrelated yet, not the same. Each owner has a distinctive way to produce wine and is […]

exploring the world of Spanish wine

A brief introduction to Spanish Wine

When wine was brought to Spain in 800 BCE by Phoenicians it grew into a very different creation than the French based wines normally found in America. There is a wide variety of Spanish Wine with their own unique flavors and aromas that would add quite a bit to any meal. Red wines from Spain are often very reliant on spices or fruits other than grapes such as grapefruit, sour […]