If you are contemplating starting a wine collection but are not sure where to begin, continue reading.
Wine collecting can be as simple as investing in one bottle purchased in a child's birth year to share when that child turns 21 or buying in quantity when
There is a music sensation taking Shanghai. They call themselves the Rainbow Chamber Singers.
A chamber choir may not be able to catch the imagination of many westerners, but this Shanghai-based choir is singing to the younger Chinese generation.
They are singing about relatable topics such as going
Most wines available today are ready to drink when purchased
The average aging time for wine we drink today can be said to be a couple of hours. From the time we buy it at the store to the time it takes us to drive home,
Pairing wine with food; people want to know what wine goes with the food they eat. It takes repeat wine pairings to get the hang of it but if you have the knowledge to start testing you’ll soon be the one your friends ask
Unique wine gifts for wine lovers
You may know someone who loves to drink wine, talk about wine, buy wine, have wine parties, visit wineries and has a lot of wine gifts. This may leave you wondering what on earth you could buy them that they
As wine windows become popular again, let's travel back to a time when ‘wine windows’ were used during the bubonic plague in Europe as a method of socially distanced wine selling. Wine producers passed the flask of wine through the wine window and they passed
A Short Answer to the Question of How much sugar is in a glass of wine
Wine doesn't contain any sugar how you might think, like corn syrup or granulated sugar. It does, however, contain fruit sugar that is produced naturally. When the yeast is added
A list of books on wine you must read in 2020. This is the year I will learn more about wine by reading some of the top wine books for 2020. I am going to step up my game of wine knowledge. If you need
Château Haut-Brion, A Classic FRENCH Wine
Château Haut-Brion is a classic French wine, rated a Premier Cru Classé (First Growth), produced in Pessac just outside the city of Bordeaux. As early as the 1660s, de Pontac was selling his wine to fashionable London taverns and coffee