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A Look at Germany’s Mosel Region   A small wine region in the northernmost reaches of winemaking, Germany’s Mosel makes some of the best Riesling in the entire world. Racy, high acid, yet wonderfully balanced and surprisingly elegant, Mosel Rieslings are true collectors’ wines. The wines here are typically low […]

Grenache is one of the most planted grapes in the world, more so than Cabernet Sauvignon or Pinot Noir. It thrives in warmer climates and is found virtually everywhere there’s a bit of sunshine and dry, favourable growing conditions. Bright and full of red berry flavours, it’s either the main […]

  Syrah originates from France where it has helped make the wines of the Rhone Valley famous worldwide. It makes up the much sought-after wines of Hermitage and Côte-Rôtie and is an integral ingredient in the blends of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. But Syrah has also become an international sensation, now found in […]

  The Differences Between Left Bank and Right Bank Bordeaux Bordeaux is famous for its wines the world over. They are some of the most sought-after wines by collectors and represent some of the greatest wines in the world. You may have heard about Right Bank versus Left Bank Bordeaux […]

    Greece is one of the most ancient wine producing regions in the world but has only recently caught the attention of wine lovers. In the modern era, Greek wine is only just experiencing a renaissance. We’ll take a brief look at some of the major grape varieties that […]

    Spanish Rioja is one of the most popular red wines in the UK. People can’t get enough of these brilliantly complex typically Tempranillo-based wines. What else goes into Rioja reds besides Tempranillo? Garnacha, Graciano, and Mazuelo. Working together, these grapes each play a part in how the final […]

    The many wines of France’s Loire Valley make for excellent drinking whether it’s summertime, fall, winter, or spring. There’s something for every season. Today, we’ll take a quick look at some of the lovely grape varieties that make the Loire such a versatile wine region.       […]

WHICH ITALIAN WINE WAS KNOWN FOR ITS BASKET-BOTTLE?

  Chianti is the Italian wine known for its basket bottle.   Earlier, Chianti came in a cheap straw cover called fiasco that defined the wine itself. Everything changes with time. Despite having a single grape type Sangiovese and similar climatic conditions during its production, it is considered as one […]