Tawny vs Ruby Port: What’s the Difference?

While there are two main port types – bottle and oak-aged – a helpful differentiation for an oak-aged port's color, flavor, and aroma is whether it is a

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The Driest White Wines: Ranking Dry White Wines

Dry and sweet wines are so contentious that many people love and hate one or the other.But taken subjectively, each has a place on the dinner table, scratching

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Complete Guide to Zinfandel Wine | Wine 101

From dry, bold, and jammy to light, blush, and sweet, Zinfandel is perhaps the only grape that plays both sides of the field - pulling it off beautifully. Despite

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Complete Guide to Pinot Noir Wine | Wine 101

Pinot Noir is the most approachable of all red wines because it has low tannins, bright acidity, and fresh red fruit flavors. Pinot Noir offers lots to enjoy, whether

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6 Ways to Improve Your Wine Tasting Skills

I remember being confused and a little overwhelmed with wine tasting. I was told that I should taste specific notes but I just couldn’t identify them.But this is

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Complete Guide to Rioja Wine | Wine 101

Rioja, more than a blend, is a region notorious for elegant and complex wines with rigorous aging requirements and a wealth of flavor profiles. In this guide, we take

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Complete Guide to Tempranillo Wine | Wine 101

Cherry, raspberry, earth, leather, bold, rich… if there was ever a wine to encapsulate every aspect of the spectrum, it would be Tempranillo. Known by many names, and grown

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Pinot Grigio vs Pinot Noir: What’s the Difference?

Pinot Grigio and Pinot Noir are from the same Burgundian grape family, but there's a critical difference - Pinot Grigio is a white wine, and Pinot Noir is

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Malbec vs Cabernet Sauvignon: What’s the Difference?

When it comes to rich, inky red wines, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon are right at the top of every wine lover's list. Cabernet Sauvignon's high tannins and acidity give

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The Order of Wine Tasting: How to Manage Your Palate

Tasting wine is supposed to be fun, but it also is an educational tool used to refine your palate and help you discern more flavors in wine.It’s kind

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