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"Buying wine is intimidating. I like wine, but I don't know much about it and I don't have time to learn." It doesn't have to be this way! At Wine.com, get the facts you need to make easy, informed decisions about buying wine for yourself and as a gift. Here's how it works: Find a bottle - search & sort the world's largest wine store by price, professional rating, varietal and country. Or go to one of our top rated or most popular lists for a quick pick. Learn the complete story behind your wine – who made it, where, with which grapes and what the critics & other customers think. Impress your family & friends with a few pertinent facts about the wine while enjoying it. Remember what you bought, why and what you thought of it, using our online virtual cellar and printed cellar notes & bottle tags. And of course, we have the benefits you've become accustomed to in an online store – huge selection, convenient home shopping & delivery and great value. So no more wandering around stores or fumbling Read more »

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  • So why Colmar as opposed to, say, Riquewihr? Where else are you going during the trip, and what proportion is aimed towards wine?If budget allows you should book a lunch or dinner at L'Auberge de L'Ill, in Illhausern, Alsace. A couple of Michelin stars:  http://www.auberge-de-l-ill.com/V2/... .  Best winelist of Alsatian choices I can remember s... Read More

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  • This morning I was pontificating in the coffee shop about wine bottle labeling.  My buddy, being the the ex-lawyer type, asked a lawyer question.  Who monitors this stuff?I then realized that I had never heard of anybody (OK, I'm talking domestically, here.) being accused of say:Labeling a bottle as "Cabernet Sauvignon" and, then, being caught f... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Who Monitors Labels?


  • Barolo may be Italy’s most famous red but surprisingly it hails from a very small vineyard region. Tucked into the top northwest corner, just south of the medieval town of Alba in the heart the Langhe region of Piemonte, it’s barely 8 kilometres wide. The vineyards are breathtaking. The snowcapped Alps form a distant backdrop to a series of hill... Read More

    From the article The Barolo Wine Wars Have Begun


  • Just another note on cement (I'm glad we've had this conversation, though it turned sideways from the original subject. - This was a pretty good article:http://www.wine-tanks.com/upload/presse/file/w-v-july10-inquiring-winemaker-521FAC18.pdfAlso in it was this this: Care and maintenance :  It is well known that the alkaline character of untreate... Read More

    Forum post in the topic White Burgundy Question


  • It’s summer. The weather is warm and if you are like me, your thoughts are turning to more white wines rather than the hearty reds of winter. There is one style which is making a statement this season however and that is Rosé. It’s a beautiful mix of the lightness of a white wine with a bit of classy structure hinting of its origins as red wine ... Read More

    From the article Thinking Pink: The Intricacies of Making Rose


  • Hey there, wine lovers! My name is Isabella - a working mom of two, living in London., who likes to relax at home with a glass of good white wine.As a Manager in the relocation services area (http://junkremovalhillingdon.com/), I meet with many people on a daily basis. When out for business and/or family dinners, wine is a very common topic and ... Read More

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  • A few days ago I participated in a tasting/pairing event that featured white wines. One of the wines was Chablis, and, while discussing this one, the facilitator stated that it was fermented in steel and had never seen oak.  I asked if that was common for the region and he responded that it was absolutely the case, and was so for all white wines... Read More

    Forum post in the topic White Burgundy Question


  • Those who know Riesling intimately, and drink it often, can argue that the top Rieslings are some of the greatest white wines in the world. It is interesting to think about its greatness in comparison to another top white variety – Chardonnay. Chardonnay is a chameleon, having a great affinity for expressing winemaking techniques and terroir whi... Read More

    From the article Australian Riesling: No One Formula for a Great Wine


  • To press or not to press? That is NOT the question. Rarely does anything in winemaking have an absolute however pressing is one of the few. Grapes must be pressed at some point in the process to release the juice or wine. However, even though grapes must eventually be pressed, it is the when, how and how much that are open to interpretation. Wha... Read More

    From the article Pressing Issues: Exploring a Small Portion of the Maze of Winemaking Decisions


  • I have a theory. Easy to pronounce and easy to remember names help drive wine sales. Hence, Prosecco, the Italian sparkler has taken our shelves by storm, Picpoul de Pinet, the easy drinking white from the south of France has seen sales sky rocket, and Pinot Grigio has simply rewritten the script. And now, I have an exclusive for Snoothers. The ... Read More

    From the article The Languedoc's Sparkling Wine Secrets, Revealed


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