You know about the ever-popular Cabernet Sauvignon, and you probably know a thing or two…
What is a red blend wine and why do winemakers blend wines? We’re explaining the magical process that is blending wine, and we’re sharing famous wine blends you should know.
Not sure where to start with white wine? Here are the most common types of white wines you’ll see at the grocery store. (Plus a few more adventurous white wines.)
From tannin to terroir, here’s how to talk about wine and the top wine terms to know for your next dinner party. (Trust us, your guests will be impressed.)
Sulfites get a bad rap in the wine world, but the truth is, they’re essential to the winemaking process. So, what are wine sulfites, and why are people so concerned with them?
In your wine lifetime, you may have experienced wine sediment – traces of the winemaking process left in wine that appear crystalline with a grainy, sandy texture. Is this sediment in wine normal? We’re answering these questions, and more.
We know hard alcohol can’t freeze, but can wine freeze? Here’s the explanation you’ve been waiting for and a few hacks for using frozen wine.
We’re sharing the fundamental differences of red wine vs. white wine, plus how you should serve both types of wine.
As we ring in the New Year, it’s important to address this surprisingly common question – what is the difference between Champagne and sparkling wine?
Grab your corkscrew and your favorite Bright Cellars wine – we’re teaching you how to open a bottle of wine with a corkscrew.