How to read a German wine label
When it comes to wine, the golden rule is a simple one: drink what you like. If you live in Germany, congratulations! You live in one of the world’s powerhouses in terms of top-shelf white wine production. And while you can certainly splash the cash to buy top quality bottles from Germany’s most prestigious makers, you’ll no doubt be tickled by the quality of bottles you can pick up without breaking the bank, be that from a supermarket, wine shop or the very winery that turned it out.
A dive into the diversity of Washington State wines
Despite being the US’s second largest wine growing region, Washington State has remained somewhat under the radar to many wine lovers. However the variety, consistency and quality/price ratio of the state's wines means this won’t be the case for long. Here, we highlight the exciting expressions coming out of this fast growing region.
Are We Wasting Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars On Wine Glasses Every Year?
Do different styles of Riedel glassware for different kinds of wine really make a difference, or is it all marketing? We decided to find out.
Guide to Online Wine Courses (Free & Paid) | Wine Folly
Online wine courses are a great way to build your wine smarts at home. This guide breaks down your options for both free and paid wine courses.
The Four Styles of Valpolicella Wine — EverWonderWine?
Valpolicella ( val-polla-chellah ) is an Italian wine region that covers 95 square miles across the western part of the Veneto region. There are four primary styles of Valpolicella. In the order from least to most intensity they are: Valpolicella, Valpolicella Ripasso, Amarone della Valpolicella