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Sparkling wines have their roots in northern France of the late 17th century, but are now produced the world over, and account for more than 4 percent of American wine consumption (32 million gallons in 2009). Below is a brief primer to many of the major types of sparkling wines (or “sparklers”) from around the world.
Published by Mark Spence 93 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +7 votes | 14 comments
Know more about wine and wine glasses. Selecting food and wine, wine aging process, examples of wine glasses, wine glass harp. The difference of red wine from white wine.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 94 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +28 votes | 11 comments
Brandy dates back to the 12th century, and comes in many forms from all over the world, but the most prestigious members of this class of drink trace their roots to two fairly limited regions of France: the Cognac region on the southwestern coast of France, and its cousin from Gascony on the far-south French coast, known as Armagnac.
Published by Mark Spence 92 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +4 votes | 8 comments
From Bacchus to Berkshire The Art of English and Welsh Wines
Published by Johnny Dod 90 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +30 votes | 6 comments
Published by Catherine Lugo 117 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +0 votes | 6 comments
There are many considerations in purchasing a bottle of wine. Keep these tips on buying wine in mind the next time you have a dinner party at home.
Published by Christine Gapuz 79 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +10 votes | 3 comments
Argentine wines. Chilean wines. South American wines.Wine from Uruguay. Argentinian Cabernet Sauvignon. Argentinian Syrah. Argentinian tempranillo. Argentinian Malbec.Chilean Merlot. Chilean Carmenere. Chilean Sauvignon Blanc. Chilean Sauvignon Gris.Tannat wine from Uruguay. Brut Millesime from Brazil. Blanco de Blancos from Peru.
Published by DeeBee 86 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +17 votes | 3 comments
Even though you may be a novice at wine tasting, you need not pass up an opportunity when it arises. YouÂ’ll get to experience the exciting world of wine tasting and get to know wines and flavors that you may have never even heard of before.
Published by Athena Goodlight 88 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +9 votes | 3 comments
Short great article on how to make homemade wine for fun, gifts and even profit
Published by Chris Lowry 98 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +3 votes | 3 comments
Pinotage is a great wine choice for todays foods
Published by James Nelson, aka "Flawless" 104 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +4 votes | 3 comments
Published by CAWest 117 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +3 votes | 3 comments
Humans have been making wine for thousands of years; the earliest known wine making was in 7000 BCE. Wine making is an art, and fine wine is considered a thing of elegance. Today, wine lovers can make their own wine at home; they can buy wine kits from a wine store or make it themselves from scratch. Making a good tasting wine from scratch can be difficult or extremely easy, it depends on how it is done. Making homemade wine from fresh fruits can be difficult as fresh fruits have wild yeasts in ...
Published by Patricia Cartwright 64 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +3 votes | 2 comments
Spanish Wines: A look at the history of the popular Spanish wine region of Rioja. Also, learn what wine grapes come from Rioja, how the grapes are classified, and how to properly pair Rioja wines.
Published by ECY 86 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +5 votes | 2 comments
Meritage Wine: America's Bordeaux Blend. Meritage is an American wine made from Bordeaux grape varietals.
Published by Rachel K. 92 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +1 votes | 2 comments
The average person who enjoys a glass of wine will soon find that the labels on bottles of wine can be both intimidating and confusing. There are sooo many! But you CAN feel confident and soon be able to choose that perfect bottle of wine right in your grocery store without any help!
Published by Diane Gray 92 months ago in Wine & Viticulture | +4 votes | 2 comments
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