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Some blogs about wine. Because it is very popular around the world. Wine is an alcoholic drink obtained by the fermentation of grapes, fruit of the wine vine. The transformation of grapes into wine is called vinification. Wine is the drink obtained by the natural fermentation of ripe grape juice (transformation of the sugars of the fruit into alcohol under the biochemical action of yeasts ... These were undoubtedly the Greeks from Marseilles who established the first vineyard in Gallic soil, at the beginning of the 6th century BC. After having been the object of a flourishing trade for several centuries, this wine undergoes the competition of the wine of Roman Italy From the 3rd century BC A good wine generally has a brilliant and intense color. In addition, the color of the dress is an indication of the age of the vintage. Thus, for red wines, the more the color tends towards red orange the older the vintage; a rather purple color will be the sign of a young cru. Between 1500 and 500 BC, the vine became an essential element of agriculture for the Greeks. of the Mediterranean basin, in particular in Italy, then in G aule in 600 BC. The birthplace of vines and wine is in Armenia. Between 1500 and 500 BC, the vine became an essential element of agriculture for the Greeks. They established it throughout the Mediterranean basin, particularly in Italy, then in Gaul in 600 BC. Good reading ! For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services and ask for your free quote.
- Capitaine tasting (Paris) April 25, 2022The tasting overflowing in the street Le Marais, Paris This is small natural-wine tasting named Pépites that took place in the Marais on a side street (impasse Guéménée near the Place des Vosges) in a restaurant named Capitaine, I would...
- Domaine Perrault-Jadaud (Loire) April 16, 2022Tanguy Perrault & Anne-Cécile Jadaud Chançay, Vouvray area (Loire) Here I am on the outskirts of the charming village of Chançay, sitting against the slopes lining the Loire river valley. Anne-Cécile and Tanguy who started their domaine in 2009 were...
- Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux tasting March 27, 2022We had in Paris recently the tasting of the Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux where the wines of 2019 were poured to the invited professionals. The event took place like usual now in the magnificient setting of the Carreau...
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- The Handy Guide to Wine and Steak Pairing October 1, 2021Wine and Steak is one of the essential pairings in your wine journey. Tuck your napkin into your collar and explore the wines and the cuts.
- Taste Napa Valley – Learn By Drinking course September 21, 2021Start learning today about Napa Valley wines through a guided tasting course with wine expert Madeline Puckette.
- Wine Folly Wine Club 003 – Aging Vessels September 21, 2021This month’s wine club shipment theme is “Aging Vessels: Oak, Stainless, Concrete.” We’ll be tasting four wines that each use a different aging method to understand how aging affects wine taste.
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- Pinot Noir Food Pairing: 30 Best Foods that Pair with Pinot Noir May 2, 2022I’m not going to lie, I’ve put off this Pinot Noir food pairing guide for quite some time. Believe it or not, even after nearly 2 decades in the wine industry, I’m still a little intimidated by Pinot Noir. That’s mostly because some of the best (and most expensive!) wines in the world are made… Read […]
- The Most Complete Cabernet Sauvignon Food Pairing Guide (2022) March 27, 2022Eveything you ned to know to make great food pairings with Cabernet Sauvignon. Includes classic steak dishes as well as vegetarian dishes, salads, and appetizers that pair with Cab.
- Think Green! 30 Sauvignon Blanc Food Pairing Ideas March 27, 2022All the best foods to pair with Sauvignon Blanc.
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- Okanagan Valley Wine Guide May 6, 2022Canada's premiere wine region. Follow us as we head to the north in search of some great cool climate varietals! The post Okanagan Valley Wine Guide appeared first on Wine Scribes | Wine Routes of the World - Find the World's Best Small Wineries.
- Edna Valley Wine Tasting Guide February 14, 2022Read on for our best picks when visiting this hidden gem in the Central Coast of CA! The post Edna Valley Wine Tasting Guide appeared first on Wine Scribes | Wine Routes of the World - Find the World's Best Small Wineries.
- 5 scenic wine regions to visit in 2022 January 3, 2022Most beautiful wine destinations in the world COVID is relentless, but we’re optimistic that we’ll be able to travel more in 2022 than the past few years. To get some ideas going, we put together our list of the top 5 most scenic wine regions in the world. All wine regions are pretty in some […]
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- 2021 Banfi San Angelo Pinot Grigio May 14, 2022Banfi is a super dependable name in Italian wine and their wines typically offer a good bang for the buck. We have found quite a few wines from them at Costco over the years, most recently their Chianti Classico, Centine red blend, and a couple years back even a Gavi. This is our first time […]
- 2019 Gerard Bertrand An 825 Cremant de Limoux Brut Rose May 11, 2022Here’s the latest vintage of a sparkling wine we’ve enjoyed in the past. Those readers who are into these wines, probably remember the Gerard Bertrand Thomas Jefferson Cuvee that we reviewed a while back which shares many similarities with this wine: the price, the label, the varietal blend, the origin (both Limoux Brut Rosé); the ABV. We […]
- 2020 Pendulum Cabernet Sauvignon Columbia Valley May 7, 2022We picked up this bottle for a couple different reasons. First, we love Columbia Valley wines, and Washington State wines overall. A while back we wrote a brief feature story about this, “Reflections on Washington State Wines and Why Everyone Should Be Buying Them.” So we wanted to know if this is one of those […]
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