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It's more than just fermented grape juice: Musings about the history of wine and a deep dive into reds, whites and regions that will make any wine lover drunk with happiness.

Justin Tinea year ago
Making Wine and Working in a Cellar
I've always had a career in a romanticized industry. Shortly after leaving film school (more on this another time), I began an arduous career in television, which, probably to no one's surprise, is ex...
Bel Bitesa year ago
Let’s Talk About (Natural) Wine Baby
I love a good glass of wine. I recently met a sommelier and in one night we drank over 20 glasses each. The next day I was up early and feeling great. I attribute that to the following elements: I had...
Katja Alexandraa year ago
How to Become a Wine-O (Without Really Trying)
Like most early-twenty-somethings, my first glass of wine was a red solo cup filled with Carlo Rossi Sangria, poured from a 1.5 liter jug (Another similar and relatable experience: Franzia). As sugges...
Drinks You Can Make With Wine Perfect for Any Occassion
Many of us seriously love wine. Whether you're into red, white, or sparkling, people sometimes have a specific type they tend to always order—but they're all really good. I can enjoy all three equally...
Jessica T2 years ago
Wine: An I'm Not at All Ashamed "Confession List"
So, I like wine. I'm not an expert when it comes to wine though. I can't tell you how earthy, how much body, or how much tannin a glass of wine has, but I can tell you the alcohol content of the reall...
Kelsey Lange2 years ago
Best Date Night Wines to Try
Are you tired of stressing at the liquor store to find the best option for your dinner date each weekend? This is the ultimate list of wines that will pair the best with your evening meal. Give these ...
Kelsey Lange2 years ago
Guide to Sweet Wines for Beginners
Whether it be the taste, the tones, or even the pronunciation, diving into the world of wine can be a bit daunting. However, it shouldn't be. Wine tasting is all about preference, and only you get to ...
Old World Versus New World Wines
There is a common debate among wine drinkers all over the world about which are the superior wines: Old World or New World. People will often voice their preference for one over the other. In fact, pe...
Kelsey Lange2 years ago
Tastiest Wine and Chocolate Pairings
I don't know about you, but we think that wine and chocolate are two gifts in life. Why not have them together? Though it might seem that simple, there are a lot of details that make up a perfect wine...
Liza Zimmerman2 years ago
Ice Wine and Food Pairing Guide
The term "ice wine" is an anglicized form of the German word "eiswein." It is a rich and sweet dessert wine made from the juice of grapes frozen on the vine. Water crystals are still in the juice when...
SR James2 years ago
Alcoholism Is No Joke...Unless You're a Mother
Picture this: You're walking down the street, it's three in the afternoon, and you pass a man who's not dressed too sharp, he looks like he could do with a shave and shower, and the stench of alcohol ...
Liza Zimmerman2 years ago
The Romanticism of Champagne
Tiny bubbles: in the wine. They do make all the difference. Leslie Caron sang about it — and love — in the late 1950s in the film Gigi. It made her ebullient in the movie and seems to have had the sam...
Wine Facts and Myths Debunked
Everything about wine is amazing. The taste, the smell, the appearance, and the taste (yes, I've said it twice). Almost nothing can go wrong with wine — it's one of the best types of alcohol in the wo...
Healthiest Wines to Drink
Yes, wine. One of the greatest drinks to binge on and eat with a variety of foods. From sparkling to red and white, you can easily enjoy and have a great time with friends, or even by yourself — like ...
Best Cheap Rosé Wine on the Market
Rosé wine has long been somewhat maligned among wine connoisseurs — particularly among purists, due to the fact that it's a blend of different wines together. However, over the years, people have begu...
Annie Kiely2 years ago
Best Ice Wines
Ice wines are produced all over the world, and have become a specialty product of many regions - particularly the Niagara region in Ontario Canada (in the areas just north of Niagara falls). Long a lo...
Grace Tyler2 years ago
How to Drink Ice Wine
Right now, we are in the throes of ice wine season. If you don't know what ice wine is, it's wine that is made with grapes that were frozen on the stem. Around the colder parts of the world, grapes ar...
Michael thompson2 years ago
What to Know About Canadian Ice Wine
Ice Whaaat? You may ask. Yes, ice wine. See, most people tend to associate Canada’s sub-zero temperatures with naked lands, essentially no life—but the truth is, since 1984, Ontario has found a use fo...