‘Tis the Season for Tiny Bubbles 

Not all sparkling wines get their bubbles from the same process. The original French method, la méthode traditionelle or la méthode champenoise, requires that one first make a still wine. This white wine has too much acidity and is... Read more »

How Long Should I Age or Cellar My Wine? 

With time, wine evolves and develops a different color, nose, and taste than when it was bottled. This is the allure of aging wine: holding on to it to see how it... Read more »

Why Pair Wine with Your Meal?

For centuries Europeans from wine growing regions such as Italy, France and Spain have been drinking wine every day with their lunch and dinner. Wine is almost a food group in these... Read more »