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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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Words of Wisdom For Pairing wine with food

Pairing wine with food can be a wonderful experience. If you are standing bewildered in front of a wall of wine, do not worry. I am going to clear up your confusion and help you pick out the perfect wine to pair with whatever you may be eating. Pairing wine with food How to Match Wine with Food can be a frustrating thing to do. With hundreds of wine to […]

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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 […]

A Lesson in Sauvignon Blanc

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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Weird Wine Regulations Around the World

The world of wine is massive. Seemingly every region in the world makes some wine. Of course, laws and Wine Regulations vary widely from country to country. They even change a lot from state to state in America. Governments can come up with some wild rules to keep winemakers on their toes. The following are some weird laws that you should know about before you have a glass of wine […]

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1,000 Ratings of Wine

Every wine lover likes to point out the differences in their wines from a 1 to a 100. On a 000-point scale they like to point out the differences between a 90 and a 91, or 68 and a 67, but now there is a new rating system in town, called the “Wine Lister” and it’s a 1000-Point wine rating system. Not so far into the future you could be […]

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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 […]

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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 […]