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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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Wine tasting is a wonderful art

When you learn to taste wine, it is an adventure that is straight forward and you will truly learn to appreciate the different wines and their maker’s at the winery. Start with just the basics, look, smell, and taste. Be sure to keep in mind that you will smell thousands of different and unique aromas. Although your tastes are pretty much limited to sweet, salty, and sour. Wine tasting is […]

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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 […]

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The production of Italian Wine

The country has a rich history when it comes to the production of wine. The production of wine has been taking place for more than 2000 y has years. Over the years the country has been improving the quality of wine, it offers the global market. With the increase in demand of wine across the globe, the country has been able to increase the amount of wine it exports to […]

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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, […]

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Win Bad Luck Stories of the Wine and Winemaker

Breaking through in the wine making industry is much harder than you think. For every first-timer that has a breakthrough year, there are a hundred that fail and go out of business. It is a cutthroat business with a lot of established players that don’t want too many new people coming in and taking a piece of their pie. Revenge of the Wine and Winemaker Friday the 13th is a […]

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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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Wine Bottle Shapes

Wine bottle shapes are very easy to learn because you can see how they change the more that you are drinking wine. Your wine is going to help you have a nice drink with dinner or friends, but you also have to make sure that you have the right wine bottle for every wine. Classic Wine Bottle Shapes The classic wine bottle usually all fits in one place, but you […]