Wine legs is a scientific phenomenon that has stumped wine experts for years. What are wine legs telling you about your wine?
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Red wine can be enjoyed any time of the year! These 5 summer red wines are great for sipping at backyard BBQs, picnics, or while relaxing on the patio.
Pairing wine and cupcakes can be challenging since there are so many flavor combinations. Use this guide to pair your favorite wines with cupcakes.
The Judgement of Paris wine tasting in 1976 was revolutionary. It dethroned France as the de-facto wine capital and democratized the wine world.
Put your wine wisdom to the test and see if you have what it takes to correctly answer these 27 wine trivia questions! Perfect for virtual happy hours.
Frustrated by a wine headache after enjoying just one glass? Don’t worry! Learn the top three culprits of your wine headaches and how to avoid them.
You don’t need a bunch of fancy gizmos to truly enjoy wine. But if you’re looking to up your game, these top 10 wine tools all beginners need are worth the investment – they’ll make your life easier and your wine taste better.
Want to host your own at-home wine tasting during quarantine, either virtually with friends or at home with your partner? It’s super easy, use these tips!
People use “buttload” to mean a large amount, but how much is a “buttload” of wine? Get this: a “buttload of wine” is an actual measurement! Mind. Blown.
Terr-what? Our thoughts exactly! Simply put, terroir (pronounced ‘ter-wahr’), is the reason why Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France tastes different than Pinot Noir from Oregon. Like many wine terms, terroir has French…