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Buying Wine, How to Read a Wine Label and Select a Great Bottle of Wine!

І must adHow to reard a wine lablemit, thаt fоr mаnу оf us, walking іntо а store tо buy а bottle оf wine саn bе а lіttlе lіkе visiting а foreign country аnd nоt knowing thе language. Іf you’re buying wine fоr уоursеlf that’s рrоbаblу nоt а big deal, аlthоugh іt mіght bе nice tо bе sоmеwhаt knowledgeable sо thаt you’re mоrе lіkеlу tо buy sоmеthіng уоu will enjoy. Ноwеvеr, іf уоu аrе buying а bottle оf wine аs а gift, thеn bеіng аblе tо interpret іnfоrmаtіоn оn thе label bесоmеs а bit mоrе іmроrtаnt. Вut, fіrst things, first. Continue reading

The Idiot’s Guide to the History of American Wine

Americans drink miIMG_3096llions of gallons of wine every year. In fact, the act of wine drinking has become an art all its own. The history of American wine stretches back to 1629 when the first grapes were planted in what is now present day San Antonio, New Mexico. Today, there are now over 8,000 wineries in North America producing hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of gallons of wine every year. But what led up to this point, and where did wine production begin in the U.S.? Continue reading

How to Bring Wine As a Gift to a Party.

Many people like to plaWine dinner party toasty the “what if” scenario, so it’s a good thing to do. What happens if you don’t chill the wine before presenting it to someone? Well, it depends on why you are bringing the wine over. If it is as a hostess gift, it doesn’t matter whether you chill it or not because you are giving it as a gift. The people are likely going to set the wine aside to be enjoyed by them at a later date. If you were to provide it chilled, it is as though you are asking for a portion of your gift and that is rude. Continue reading