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Should we be impressed by ‘reserve’ wine? | David Williams | Food | The Guardian

Should we be impressed by ‘reserve’ wine? | David Williams

Whether marketing term or guaranteed mark of quality, these bottles are worth seeking out, says David Williams

2018 US Wine Statistics | Dr. Liz Thach, MW

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2018 US Wine Statistics | Dr. Liz Thach, MW

2018 US Wine Statistics | Dr. Liz Thach, MW

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2018 US Wine Statistics | Dr. Liz Thach, MW

2018 US Wine Statistics | Dr. Liz Thach, MW

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2018 US Wine Statistics | Dr. Liz Thach, MW

2018 US Wine Statistics | Dr. Liz Thach, MW

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2018 US Wine Statistics | Dr. Liz Thach, MW

What is Straw Wine, Exactly? | Wine Enthusiast Magazine

What is Straw Wine, Exactly? | Wine Enthusiast

You may be familiar with late-harvest, botrytis-affected or ice wines, all of which are sweet. Another category to consider is straw wine.

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Nicolas Quillé, MW on LinkedIn: The vast majority of wine is water (85%) and ethanol (between 8 and | 18 comments

The vast majority of wine is water (85%) and ethanol (between 8 and 16% for non-fortified wines). This leaves about 3% for everything else and this is ... 18 comments on LinkedIn

A Deep Dive Into the Many, Verifiably False Claims of 'Clean Wine' Companies | VinePair

A Deep Dive Into the Many, Verifiably False Claims of 'Clean Wine' Companies

At the very moment that wine quality is through the roof, "clean wine" ads are appearing across social media claiming that wine is suspect.

Sugar High: A Quick Guide to Sweet Red Wine | Wine Enthusiast Magazine Sweet Red Wines, Sweet Wine, Sparkling Shiraz, Types Of Red Wine, Fruity Wine, Wine Enthusiast Magazine, Wine News, Wine Education, Wine Brands

Sugar High: A Quick Guide to Sweet Red Wine | Wine Enthusiast

The number of sweet red wines is small, but they shouldn't be overlooked. Here's a guide to help you get to know this distinct group.

A Wine Geek’s Guide to Pinot Noir Clones Around the World | Wine Enthusiast Magazine Wine Enthusiast Magazine, Wine Education, Pinot Noir, Cocktail Recipes, Geek Stuff, Around The Worlds, Fruit, Geek Things

A Wine Geek’s Guide to Pinot Noir Clones Around the World | Wine Enthusiast

There are a lot of myths surrounding Pinot Noir clones. Separate fact from fiction to learn the future of these grapes, how clones evolve and more.

Demystifying additives in winemaking and viticulture French Soup, Freeze Dried Fruit, Wine Education, Freeze Drying, Wines

Demystifying additives in winemaking and viticulture

Unscrupulous marketers are quick to prey on concerned wine drinkers. In this article I demystify additives in winemaking.

With Distinctive Terroir and Varied Microclimates, Mexico’s Baja California Aims to Preserve its Character | Wine Enthusiast Magazine Mexico City Restaurants, White Wine Grapes, Wine Enthusiast Magazine, Famous Wines, Wine News, Wine Education, Vintage Champagne, Wine Guide, San Vicente

With Distinctive Terroir and Varied Microclimates, Mexico's Baja California Aims to Preserve its Character | Wine Enthusiast

Mexican wine has skyrocketed across the U.S. Here's a guide to the grapes of its most famous wine region: Baja California.

Your reference guide to understanding tannins, their role in wine and how to identify and describe them, with some frequently asked questions... Orange Wine, Red Wine, Wine Searcher, Wine News, Wine Education, Wine Baskets, Wine Guide, Wine Glass Holder

Your reference guide to understanding tannins, their role in wine and how to identify and describe them, with some frequently asked questions...

Did you know that a majority of wine drinkers make their purchases based on how the wine bottle/label looks? Read on for more interesting wine drinker stats Wine Tasting Party, Wine Parties, Boot Camp, Wine Coolers Drinks, Wine Names, Wine Searcher, Wine Education, Spanish Wine, Wine Guide

How To Get Rid of Red Wine Stains

The new survey shows most of us choose wine based on the label, and we're buying it in a grocery store, not a specialty wine shop.