Posts Tagged ‘Wine Club’

White Wine Can Be The Right Wine All The Time

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015
A lot of people are put off by wine because of all the restrictions and rules they think it has. They are told that you can only drink certain wines with specific foods, or that there are some wines you can only drink during certain times of the year. It is true that some wines are better suited to particular foods than others, and there are a very Read The Post [...]

Finding Your Way Around The Many Lands Of Wine Country

Thursday, November 6th, 2014
By Jack Terry No matter what it is that you are looking to experience, whether it is a certain type of food, a particular style of architecture or art, or the perfect vacation, there is always going to be that one place that everyone says you have to go to have the best. These places become almost mythological the way people talk about them (even Read The Post [...]

The Revolution That California Wines Brought To The World

Thursday, September 4th, 2014
By Jack Terry It's always tough to be the newcomer. Everybody is quick to dismiss them because they don't have the same pedigree and history. In schoolyard taunting terms, they haven't proven themselves. Making the rookies prove themselves is a staple of every organized sport. Now, if the newcomer already has a reputation as a blustery blowhard, Read The Post [...]

All About Making Various Wines

Saturday, May 12th, 2012
The development of wine is an extremely outstanding balance of fruit, time and proficiency. Reds, Whites and Sweet Dessert Wine productions all require very specific procedure which are touched on briefly within this write-up. The world of red wines is a spirituous, plentiful and wonderful world crammed with everything from the nuanced distinction Read The Post [...]

A Basic Guide To Discovering Red Wines

Friday, February 17th, 2012
The world of red wines is a heady, rich and fantastic world filled with everything from the nuanced subtlety of a tender South African Merlot to the peppery exuberance of Sangre de Toro, "Blood of the Bull" from Spain. Typically, many of the "rules" of wine drinking have been cast aside in today's world, making things more obtainable to everyone, and Read The Post [...]

Some After Holiday Food & Wine Pairings

Friday, February 10th, 2012
Alright the holidays have passed and unnecessary to say you're tired of turkey, ham or roast beef or which ever and now you're maybe scrutinizing your dieting right after indulging yourself. So here are some quick and simple meals ideas which keeps calories in mind nevertheless are still very good and are really a nice shift of pace. If you're honestly Read The Post [...]

Is Sediment An Unwelcome Thing In Wine ?

Monday, January 9th, 2012
Once in awhile, frequently as you're tasting, you may stumble on a wine that has all manner of flecks found in the lowest part of the container or on the throat While sediment might not look incredibly appealing, it generally suggests that you're consuming some rather very good wine. Wine sediment may be a gauge of a number of things: the wine is somewhat Read The Post [...]

Facts About Late Harvest Wine

Saturday, December 17th, 2011
By Ed Masciana The big and delicious late harvest wines are made from grapes, which have been left on the grape vine much longer than those destined to become table wines. They create a normally greater than average sugar level, thus and so the resulting wine may likely be much higher in alcohol, frequently more than 14 %. Most often, then again, Read The Post [...]

Wine Makes A Really Great Gift

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011
Nothing seems more unique than giving the gift of wine. There is a little something in the DNA of wine that makes us feel great when we hold a wine bottle. Maybe it is the prospect of the warmth and great feelings to come. And then boost that emotion, knowing the wine is of unique endorsement makes the experience that much more intimate. Food and Read The Post [...]

The Story of Port

Monday, November 28th, 2011
By Ed Masciana Port, the smooth, opulent and rich dessert wine from Portugal, has been attracting dedicated supporters for nearly 300 years. It has the distinction of probably being the world's first bottled "vintage" wine (1775), the first demarcated wine region ratified by the government (1678) and undoubtedly the most famous wine uncovered by Read The Post [...]