Rioja and Cava are popular exports from Spain but there is so much more that Spanish wines have to offer. Learn about the main regions and grapes of Spain and their designated marks of quality.
A quick guide to storing, handling, and opening wine.
Dessert wines are especially sweet wines, usually from late harvest grapes. Fortified wines are wines that have extra alcohol added. There are several kinds of each of these wines.
Italy is split into numerous wine growing regions. Wine is a way of life in Italy and is served with most meals. This is a good start for navigating some of the Italian wines out there.
Navigating German wines can be intimidating at first but with these tips you will be able to decipher labels and know what you’re buying and drinking without taking any language lessons.
Wine and cheese have long been a traditional combination. It is important to pair the right wine with the right cheese.
While rules for matching food with wine are not absolute, they can certainly improve your enjoyment. A bad pairing can still be a good experience, but a great pairing can bring out the best in both the food and the wine.
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.
Wines are described by how dry, acidic, oaky, and tannic they are. What do those words actually mean? Learn how to identify and describe wine personality.
While Australia and New Zealand are both relatively new to the wine industry, they are catching up fast. Despite their remote location, they have both made an entrance on the world market with wines that demand to be noticed.