There are many ways that you can enjoy drinking wines and many places where you can learn how to taste these wines. The vast majority of wine tasting can be found in wineries that cater for these events. You will be able to find many of these places in different countries but before you start traveling the world over for wine tasting you might want to explore Orange County. While you may not be expecting it you can find good wine tasting Orange County vineyards.
These vineyards produce some stunning wines like Cabernet Blanc, Pinot Noir, Merlot and Mediterranean style varietals like Pinot Gris, Syrah and Viognier to name but a few. While you may have to find information about these wine producing places in Orange County, you will ... Click Here to Read More!
There are people who love the experience of being able to taste a wine before they decide whether they want to buy that wine. For these people going to a winery and being able participate in wine tasting is the only way to see if a wine will taste good enough for them to buy it. There are many places in the world where you can taste wines in this manner, including that of wine tasting Michigan vineyards.
While people may not think of Michigan as being a producer of wines, there are quite a number of vineyards and wineries to be found. You will find that you can take tours for wine tasting Michigan has its very own wine trail where exceptional wines are produced. The wines that come from these vineyards are of high standard and the... Click Here to Read More!
There are a few varieties of wine that taste almost identical, yet have different names. Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio, Sparkling Wine and Champagne and the newly popular Shiraz and Syrah are a few of these mystery names of wine. So whats the difference between a Shiraz and a Syrah? Like most differences in wine names, the answer is Location Location Location.
Shiraz and Syrah are the same grape, but from different locations in the world. The name Shiraz is only used for the Syrah grapes grown in Australia. Every other Syrah is known as Syrah. (The Californians have adopted the Shiraz name for marketing purposes, but it is widely known that real Shiraz comes from the Aussies.)
Producers throughout the New World and Mediter... Click Here to Read More!
Wine Time: Philosophy Zinfandel 2011 and Philosophy Sauvignon Blanc 2012
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Sustainability at New Zealand’s Bragato conference: what’s next?
The Romeo Bragato conference is New Zealand’s national wine industry conference for producers, policy makers, vendors, Read More
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