While some of us like our pretty decanters, knowing when and how to use them (and what shape) is critical for getting the best out of our living beverage.
With no end of summer temperatures in sight, you might be feeling like your beloved bottle of chilly Rose is becoming a little stale.
Welcome to our new series, Small Plate Saturday, where we enjoy wines paired with an afternoon appetizer, something you may enjoy at a laid back beach side cafe, or on your quiet back patio with a friend after taking a dip in the pool to cool off.
The Italian government hopes to change the perception of Italian wines.
No yeast, no wine. We all have tiny microbes to thank for giving us the endless flavors and permutations of wine from all over the world. With new sequencing technology being developed, it is now possible to see with much more specificity strains of yeasts in the vineyard than before, when they were simply put onto a petri dish.
For those interested in wines grown in volcanic soils, the book Volcanic Wines-Salt, Grit and Power written by MS John Szabo unpacks in detail volcanic wine making regions all over the globe.