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All About Albarino Wine

All About Albarino Wine

     Albarino wine is native to the northwestern corner of Iberia which today includes Spain and Portugal. Its cultivation and uses, however, have been traced back to ancient Romans, who often used it to blend with other varieties. History of Albarino Wine In the late 19th century, a grape phylloxera outbreak destroyed most European vineyards. Grape phylloxera is an…

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All About Syrah Wine

All About Syrah Wine

Syrah is among the best red wines ever produced. It’s loved and known by many, but very few can tell the history behind it, let alone its origin. Australian winemakers branded it Shiraz, making its origin a little confusing to a novice wine drinker. I’m going to give you the 411 on Syrah history and tell you all about Syrah…

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How To Pair Wine With Greek Cuisine

How To Pair Wine With Greek Cuisine

Greek cuisine is filled with classic Mediterranean ingredients and spices. Wheat, vegetable oil, olive oil, and wine (hooray!) are some of the common ingredients used to create tasty Greek dishes. Many Greek dishes are commonly paired with wine. Discover all the best tips for pairing wine with Greek Cuisine like a natural.  Common Ingredients In Greek Dishes In order to…

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All About Merlot Wine

All About Merlot Wine

Merlot wine falls under the red wine category and is recognized globally due to its dark-blue color. It is made from sweet merlot grapes, mainly from France. Furthermore, Merlot wine is also known for its soft texture and unique taste, with many referring to it as plummy or oaky. Read on to discover more about Merlot including its history, flavor…

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Wine Profile: All About Petit Verdot

Wine Profile: All About Petit Verdot

Intriguing. If there were just one word to describe Petit Verdot wine (or its grapes) that would be it. With its abundance of unique aromas, flavors, and exquisite boldness, it would most certainly be intriguing. This wine type hails from Southwestern France, mainly in the Bordeaux region. These specific grapes are also highly sought after for their amazing blending capabilities.…

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