Salads can be confusing when it comes to deciding which wines goes best with them. Learn how to select wine for salads and the best ways to make a salad dressing that goes well with wine.
Sparkling wines are usually reserved for festive occasions. There’s no reason why it must be this way. Bubbly drinks can be enjoyed through a meal, and there are many reasons to try it.
Thanksgiving can be tough to pair foods and so many different taste choices with your wines. Here are some tips to make your family members happy before the tryptophan from the turkey kicks in.
Aging wine can be a bit of a balancing act. But if you can leave your precious little bottles quietly resting in your cellar long enough, you will be delighted to see how the wine evolves and which subtle flavors and aromas come out at the right moment.
So how do you know at what temperature a wine needs to be served? My philosophy is to keep it simple and do what works for you. There are some rules of thumb but you really don’t need to be too concerned about degrees and numbers.
People enjoy wine more when they think it is more expensive. As long as the wine is a good wine, most people can’t tell the difference between a $10 bottle, a $50 bottle, and a $150 bottle.
The wine list of a restaurant can give information about the quality of the wine program at the establishment. There are clues that can tell you which restaurants are good for exploring new wines and which you may want to avoid.
Ordering wine at a business meal can be a challenge. There are a few things you need to keep in mind but most of all keep it simple and middle of the road.
Who invented Champagne? The French say it was Dom Perignon but others have suggested that it was actually the English who invented it.
There are three basic steps to wine tasting. Sight is only secondary. While some experts may think this is an important part of the experience, I believe that it is not as critical in smelling and tasting.