There are thousands of tested wines launched on the market throughout 2020. Many of them proved to be of exceptional quality. The Wine Spectator’s team checks the wines reviewed in the previous year and selects the top wines of the year. The list published here corresponds to the choice of wines that made the strongest impression. … Continue reading The Top 10 Wines you’ll Be Drinking in 2020
If you love wine, you have probably dreamed of creating your own at home. Luckily, using the right tools and ingredients, you can do it! You will need the following materials: A glass jar or a jug with a small neck An airlock. A thin plastic tube for extraction Clean wine bottles with corks or … Continue reading How to Make Your Wine
Christmas is synonymous with joy, to celebrate and share with family and friends. And if you accompany it with a glass of excellent quality wine, it becomes more special. However, choosing wine is not easy. The options are endless, from the prices to the type and aroma, you may get lost between vintages and the origin. … Continue reading 5 Tips to Pick Wines for Christmas
Some want to stop fermentation during the process of winemaking because they have tasted their wine and have decided that they like the amount of sweetness or bitterness that the wine has absorbed. Stopping the fermentation at a certain level preserves the level of sweetness. The wine would develop and become more bitter with each … Continue reading How to Stop Fermentation in Winemaking
Old world wine versus new world wine, it’s a debate that never ends at the dinner party. France has a rich history and well-known culture in winemaking that’s incomparable. Then again, the United States has made a huge impact in the wine world with regions like Napa Valley exploding with identifiable and flavourful wines. But … Continue reading Out with the old in with the new? Hardly.
Whether merlot or cabernet, riesling or pinot noir, the consensus is: wine is good! Despite the familiar flavours encountered in each batch of wine, grape varieties have their own unique and distinct flavours they impart into each bottle that keeps us reaching for our favourites (pinot noir for me please). For example, Merlot wines tend … Continue reading Apples to Oranges, Grapes to Grapes