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  • Everything You Need To Know About Riesling  By : Louise Truswell
    Riesling is an aromatic little white grape, which is full of flavour, sugar and acid. It really takes on the conditions of its surroundings meaning that the wines reflect the environment in which they are grown, be it the soil type, the climate or how the grapes are treated. Riesling wines come in a variety of styles from very dry through to lusciously sweet.
  • Getting To Know Pinot Noir  By : Louise Truswell
    Pinot Noir is a fiddly little grape to grow but when itís at it best it produces some of the most esteemed and expensive wines in the world. Read on learn more about this exciting little grape.
  • Malbec Ė All You Need To Know  By : Louise Truswell
    Malbec makes big, meaty red wines, which are full of lots of dark, spicy damson and bramble fruits. Perhaps slightly less well known than its Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon cousins, but by no means lacking in taste, Malbec displays clear characteristics of each. Here we get to know it a little more.
  • Sauvignon Blanc Ė Getting To Know This Zingy Little Grape  By : Louise Truswell
    The spiritual home of Sauvignon Blanc is The Loire in France, however since the 1980ís New Zealand has been doing big things with this grape. If you like your white wines refreshing, fruity and a little zingy, then Sauvignon Blanc is for you. It also makes a great food wine.
  • 10 Great Wines Under $12  By : Kevin Cohen
    In todayís economic climate, finding a great tasting wine at a good value makes a lot of sense.
  • Tour the Cape Wine Route or You Never Toured Cape Town at All  By : Gen Wright
    A tour of the city of Cape Town in South Africa will never be really complete if you fail to have a winelands tour the city is quite famous for. Traveling in Africa will truly be an unforgettable experience, particularly its city that has become the most popular spot for tourists, the Cape Town.
  • 17 Things You Probably Didnít Know About Wine  By : Jenny Sinclair
    Wine is probably the favourite drink for any event, and most of us occasionally take a weighty sip of this tasty tipple. Surprisingly, even though it sits in the preferred list of all we hardly know much about its history. Here are a few enlightening points.
  • The Features and Benefits of Wine Social Networks  By : BoozeMonkey
    If you are a wine enthusiast or interested in learning more about the wine in your glass, then you should take a look at what the internet has to offer wine fans: wine social networks create communities for wine enthusiasts to follow their passion and learn more about the wine in their glass.
  • Spanish Rioja Wine Makes A Perfect Complement To Your Meal  By : Gen Wright
    For the average wine drinker many choices are made when making a purchase. What is the price range? What is the age of the wine? What food types can it be paired with?
  • Four Benefits Of Using Specialist French Wine Merchants For Your Food And Beverage Needs  By : Gen Wright
    Are you a wine snob? Perhaps you've always wanted to be but never really had the time or the knowledge to know where to begin?
  • How Is Spanish Wine Classified?  By : Gen Wright
    After Italy and France, Spain is the largest producer of wine in the world. 1.17 million hectares of Spanish land is devoted to viticulture. While both reds and whites are produced in Spain, usually one dominates the other in a specific region.
  • Six Great Flavors Of Midi Wine To Keep Your Taste Buds Soaring  By : Gen Wright
    France is known for its eclectic selections of French wine. From the crispness of a light white to the rich boldness of ruby red, there is a French wine to suit every taste and every occasion. Within this exclusive club, the Midi offers many great flavors that stand out. Midi wine falls under six regions and carries with it a vast array of experiences for both the seasoned and beginning wine taster. If you're looking to get started, follow this guide to Midi wine, and you won't miss a thing!
  • Collect and Display High Ranking Wines with Vintage Labels  By : Jen Temcio
    Collecting wine is a fun and rewarding experience. There are many factors to consider when buying bottles for your collection such as wine that you personally love to drink, labels that you find interesting, and of course highly rated wines that will increase in value and popularity. Acquiring a cool collection of wine for display with vintage labels is easy to do if you take the time to do your research. Australian wines have fantastic selections of recreated vintage art work on their labels. M
  • Best Regions for Cigars from Around the World  By : Cigar1
    The flavor and aroma of a cigar is directly impacted by its country of origin. Variations in soil conditions, temperature, humidity, sunlight and a myriad of other unique factors all come into play to create distinct characteristics in tobacco leaves.
  • What Wine Types Are Hot For 2010?  By : Saad Hafez
    Before we consider the question of what wine types are hot for 2010, we must first understand the various types of wines and the reasons for their specific classifications. The first category of wines is by color, as red wine and white wine. The second classification is by the type of grape fruits used for preparation of the wines. The third grouping is based on the country or region of origin of the wine and the grapes. The fourth categorization is done on specific qualities or features, such a


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