The Four Styles of Valpolicella Wine — EverWonderWine?
Valpolicella ( val-polla-chellah ) is an Italian wine region that covers 95 square miles across the western part of the Veneto region. There are four primary styles of Valpolicella. In the order from least to most intensity they are: Valpolicella, Valpolicella Ripasso, Amarone della Valpolicella
Left and Right Bank Bordeaux: What is the difference? - Decanter
We explain the key differences between the Left and Right Bank of Bordeaux wine, from grape varieties to classification systems...
Your Guide to Five of the World's Most Popular Wine Grapes | Wine Enthusiast Magazine
You drink them all the time, but what do you really know about Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Pinot? It's time to learn more.
The Reason Non-Alcoholic Wine Is Surging In Popularity
Non-alcoholic wine sales greatly increased during the year 2020. This is the real reason non-alcoholic wine and spirits are surging in popularity.
Infographics & Guide to Pinot Noir Wine Grape Variety - Social Vignerons
Pinot Noir is certainly one of the most famous red grape varieties in the world, giving birth to many of the world’s most expensive wines. Its versatility in the vineyard and ability to adapt to various terroirs allows winemakers around the globe to produce quality still red wines as well as sparkling wines of many different origins and styles.. We …
Infographics & Guide to Chardonnay Wine Grape Variety - Social Vignerons
Chardonnay is probably the most famous white grape variety in the world. Its versatility in the vineyard and ability to adapt to various growing conditions allows winemakers around the globe to produce quality still white wines as well as sparkling wines of many different origins and styles. We provide you here with simple and practical …