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The Most Popular U.S. Winemaking States

Which winemaking regions are most popular in the U.S.? We asked, and now we’re sharing the most popular U.S. wine states.

Brand Spotlight: Indulu Pinotage

Explore Bright Cellars’ Indulu Pinotage from South Africa. This red wine has flavor notes of blackberry, plum, and campfire smoke.

If You Like This Beer, Try This Wine

Are you a beer lover? Check out these wines for beer drinkers! The perfect alternatives when you want to switch up your drink of choice.

5 Best White Wines to Drink in Winter

We don’t always associate white wine with wintertime. Why is that? Sort out your wine misconceptions and explore our favorite white wines to drink during the winter months.

7 Ways to Use Leftover Wine

Whether your bottle is 3/4 full or close to empty, don’t let your leftover wine go to waste. Here are 7 ways to use your leftover wine.

Can Light Hurt Your Wine?

Does light affect wine? Unfortunately, the answer is yes. Good thing there are many tips and tricks for storing your wine!

The Most Popular Ways to Buy Wine

Wine can be sourced from many different places and sold at even more for varying prices, so we asked our Glass Half Full audience “where do you buy most of your wine?”

The 9 Most Heart-Healthy Wines

Need another reason to sip red wine? Red wine has been linked to a variety of health benefits, including longevity, lower blood pressure, and heart health. So, what makes red wine good for the heart? And which red wines are the most beneficial? 

11 Wine-Inspired New Year’s Resolutions

No matter if you’re a beginner or seasoned wine drinker – there are always new varietals to explore, pairings to try, and flavor sensations to experience. Here are 11 wine-inspired New Year’s resolutions to take your wine game to the next level. 

9 Things to Know About Merlot

If you like red wine, you’ll love learning about Merlot. This fruit-forward medium-bodied red is a great entry point for wine newbies because it’s smooth, drinkable, and pairs well with a variety of foods.