France, a country that exudes passion and romance, accompanies these qualities with a yearning love of wine. The intricacies of the high-quality wines differs from place to place, and there’s no better way to enjoy the flavors of France than with a blissful river cruise. In this infographic, Cruiseabout explores a taste of French wine, one port at a time.
Here is an infographic from Corks Out on what people look for when choosing a bottle of wine based on a survey conducted by them in 2013.
Have you always been curious about what wine goes with what dish? Well, it depends a lot on the wine’s origins, but this infographic by Cheapflights has some answers.
Who doesn’t love a good bottle of wine? And you don’t always have to spend a lot of money to get one. Check out the infographic below to learn about 10 great bottles of wine for 10 dollars or less.
This infographic features interesting wine facts and little-known statistics that will definitely get the conversation started at your next party. For instance, did you know that there are 10,000 varieties of wine grapes worldwide? Also, the average age of a French Oak Tree harvested for use in creating wine barrels is 170 years old?
It’s a Friday night or a Tuesday night. Work is over and now what do you do? Grab a glass of wine of course! For the girls in the room…wine is all about staying classy, fun, and healthy.
There’s something comforting about a good bottle of wine. It always seems to be the go-to option for a girl’s night in with friends or a romantic dinner for two. Whatever the case may be, knowing how to pick the right wine to complement your meal can make all the difference. Why? Because when you pair the right wine with the right foods, you’re doing much more than merely enhancing the taste; you’re transforming your entire dining experience
Over the past few years there has been a huge growth in the United Kingdom wine industry. Cultivation is at an all time high, with over 1,500 hectares being grown across the country. But, for many, English and Welsh wines continue to be seen as a relatively unknown quantity.
American’s are wine lovers, that’s for sure. They now make up the largest wine market in the world. Check out the infographic below presented by SpareFoot to learn more about America’s love of vino.
Headwater’s “Pour de France” takes in 7 world famous French wine regions and can either be broken into short 4, 6 or 8 night “stages”, or combined to make any length of holiday up to a maximum of 50 nights.
For the new wine enthusiast, the complexities of wine storage can be a bit baffling. Which wines are worth saving in the cellar, and which ones should you drink right away to enjoy their best flavors? Enjoy your favorite wines at the peak of flavor by following these guidelines from NewAir.com for wine storage.
There is no shortage of great wine tourists destinations in California and for good reason. An often overlooked destination is Temecula Valley, located conveniently close to San Diego and Los Angeles too. The local wineries are always offering some interesting wine lineups ready to be tasted at their wine tasting rooms.
Italy has been making wine for over 2800 years and is the largest wine producing country in the world. Italian wine is often named after the region or town where the grapes are grown – which can become confusing. This easy to use interactive infographic from Charming Sardinia shows exactly which Italian wine to pair with your food or vice versa.