Who Decides The Price of Wine?

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Shopping for wine can be an overwhelming experience. Liquor stores can have dozens of wine bottles sitting on their shelves, while other bottles are prominently featured in fancy displays. Wine is also available at a wide variety of price points. One popular cheap wine is the Charles Shaw line, which is also known as “Two […]

How to Pronounce Solaia? Italian Wine Pronunciation

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Solaia is the name of an iconic Super-Tuscan wine made by famous Tuscan producer Marchesi Antinori in the hilly landscapes of the Chianti Classico area but Solaia is not a Chianti Classico, it is a Super-Tuscan wine from Sangiovese, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. How do you go about pronouncing Solaia? Well, simply say SO, […]

How to Pronounce Masseto? Italian Wine pronunciation

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Masetto is not only one of the most famous Super Tuscan wines together with the much more humble Tignanello made by Antinori but Masetto is made entirely from Merlot, the French Merlot grape 100% Merlot grape, no Sangiovese in Masetto. But Masetto is also the most expensive Italian wine the most expensive Italian vino, averaging […]

Wine Types & Selection Tips : Types of White Wine

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Now we’re going to talk about types of white wines. Again white wines, the styles are dictated by the regions they come from. I start off with my favorite region which is Burgundy. Burgundy wines, mainly Chardonnay, in France they’re rarely labeled wine, certainly the Burgundy people rarely label the wine by the grape variety […]

Rosé Wine – the Best Wine for Picnics

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Hey Tasters! This is Annabelle McVine. WineScribble is on holiday. We are in the mountains. We’re at the heart of the wine routes of Limassol in Cyprus. Right now we’re exploring a nature trail and we have decided to stop for a picnic. Join us! I never serve anything without a salad and Greek salad […]

Wine Types & Selection Tips : Types of Red Wine

By Brian Lemay 4 comments

And now I’m going to talk about the different types of red wines. From my perspective, red wines fall into two categories, New World red wines and Old World red wines. New World red wines have, in main, go by varietal. Varietal means one grape variety within the bottle. So here we’ve got a hundred […]

How to Say Primitivo? Italian Wine Pronunciation

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Primitivo is a dark-skinned red wine grape variety that produces inky very tannic tense wines in Italy particularly in the heel of the Italian built in the Puglia wine region of Italy Primitivo. Primitivo is a cousin of the Zinfandel that is grown primarily in California. Primitivo. The typical Italian pronunciation? Primitivo. PRI MI Ti […]

Wine Sulphites and the Infamous Red Wine Headache

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What on Earth are Sulphites and who put them in my wine? I thoroughly enjoyed researching this topic and can’t wait to share with you all the interesting information I have found out about sulphites in wine! And stick around till the end for a bonus tip about the infamous red wine headache and its […]

Easy to Make White Wine Sangria Cocktail Recipe

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Today I’m going to show you guys how to make one of the most amazing white wine sangrias you´re ever going to taste this recipe is easy to make it´s literally done within minutes and it has an incredible flavor now before we get started I would like to thank all of my subcribers guys […]

Wine Types & Selection Tips : Open a Wine Bottle Correctly

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How to correctly open a bottle of wine. By now you would have prepared your wine. If it is vintage wine, you either settled it for four, five hours. If it’s a white wine, it would have been in the fridge for a couple of hours to get it to drinking temperature. Wines now come […]