It’s time to pick the menu for your holiday soirée, but what kind of wine should you serve? Learn more about holiday wine pairings within this infographic courtesy of the folks from Sonoma-Cutrer.
Navigating the wine aisle can be a bit daunting and this guide courtesy of FTD.com breaks down the most popular types of sparkling wine from the region they originated in to the best glasses to serve them in! We even include the various dryness levels and a few serving tips.
Wine can be served at a wide range of temperatures, which are based on exactly what kind of wine it is. You can do some taste testing on your own if you’ve never tried red wine that was way too cold or white wine that should have been served chilled but wasn’t. It throws the balance of the flavor way off and takes something important away from the whole experience.
If you’ve been thinking of planning a dream getaway wine tour, there is no doubt that Argentina should be at the top of your list. Argentina is home to a extensive range of superb Cabernet Sauvignons, Pinot Noirs, and unique Torrentés and Bonardas. Their crown jewel however, remains their lush Malbecs. Check out this gifographic to see more reasons why Argentina is the ultimate destination for wine lovers.
What’s better than Girl Scout Cookies? Girl Scout Cookies paired with ONEHOPE Wine!! Check out the following infographic to see how to pair two of the best goodies in life.
Christmas is full of flavors. It’s an explosion on our taste buds. We suffer from food and drink hangovers, we stumble groggily through a haze of glitter towards New Year, realizing that if we never see another glass of Buck’s Fizz or turkey sandwich again we’d be perfectly happy. However, there’s no reason overindulging must get the better of you this Christmas.
Excited for a wine tasting event? Don’t forget about the rules inside the tasting room. Follow this wine tasting etiquette in an infographic by Cellars Wine Club.
Winemaking falls into three categories: Organic, Biodynamic, and Natural. Organic wines are made of grapes that are organically farmed. This infographic from Cellars Wine Club takes a look at the differences between the three processes.
Organic wines are made from organically grown grapes—without pesticides or any chemicals. And being organic, we can expect it’s safe for the body. Some of its known health benefits are anti-oxidant properties, prevention of coronary heart diseases, calming effects, anti-bacterial properties, and prevention of age related memory loss.