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Best Vineyards of the World

Top Five Vineyards 1. Okanagan Valley, British Columbia Vineyards From the Canada/U.S. Outskirt, Highway 97 winds its path north from the late spring excursion hotspot of Osoyoos, through the area’s viticulture focus in Penticton, and past the mountain-surrounded shores of Okanagan Lake to Vernon. More than 60 grape varietals are become here, including Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, and an assortment of natural product wines. Okanagan […]

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The Wine Dilemma: Organic Wine vs Non-Organic Wine

There are many things to consider when choosing a wine. Do you like reds or whites? Something full bodied or light? Have you ever considered whether or not it’s organic really matters much? I’d like to fill you in on a few things when it comes to organic wines and non-organic wines. One thing to remember is the definition of organic wines. Most see it as meaning completely natural, but […]

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Interesting and Intriguing Wineries of the World

There are many impressive wineries all over the globe. Some are as old as time and others more modern. We have gathered some interesting facts about some of the best wineries in the world. One of the most impressive wineries is the Chateau Margaux. Built in the 12th century on the banks of the Garonne estuary. This winery made history when a bottle of their Chateau Margaux sold for $225,000 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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, […]

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Thanksgiving wines: The Perfect Wine for the Perfect Thanksgiving Feast

Before long we will again be celebrating the holiday of Thanksgiving. For those of us planning to make our traditional Thanksgiving feast into a special celebration, we want everything to be perfect down to the last detail. From the food to the right china and of course the perfect wine in which to serve. Thanksgiving wines For some of us we would no doubt just think when it comes to […]

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Why New Zealand Wine is now global

New Zealand is an island country which has a good number of wine producing regions. All the areas produce different flavors of New Zealand Wine depending on the raw materials available in that location. The country is the home of a good number of well-recognized wines. In the early years, the county used to produce wine which could only be used by local people. This was mainly being practiced in […]