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Sweet treats are always on the Christmas table. Here are some thoughts on pairing wine with them and with desserts in general.
Sweet Wines for Valentines
Better than chocolates, more clever than roses. Give world-class dessert wine to your sweetie this Valentines Day.The Wine Regions of Austria – Focus on Vienna
Vienna is the only national capital in the world with an economically significant wine industry within its city limits. Some 400 wine growers work the 1730 acres, producing a range of wines from great to merely drinkable.The Wine Regions of Austria: Focus on Styria
Styria, one of the four designated wine area of Austria, is known for it’s world-class Sauvignon Blancs and fruit-forward Chardonnays. Learn more about this beautiful area called “The Tuscany of Austria”, and explore its three sub-regions.5 Tips For Experiencing A Wine Festival
Almost every state in the country has a wine festival. It is a great way to sample the wines of the region and to become familiar with some of the great wineries that are right in your backyard.Why Australia for Fine Wines?
Australia, the land DownUnder, has become a major and exciting force in international wines. Australian wine is taking the world by storm, due to the quality of the grape stock combined with the skill and experience of our winemakers. This enables us to produce a superb and wide range of Australian wine styles.The Basics of Making Wine
It is popular new trend that has taken America by force, making wine. All across the nation people are making wine in garages, sheds and kitchens.Argentina Wines Are Closing In On Number 1
Argentina is the fifth largest producer of wines in the world, but apparently this South American country is gearing up for a first place finish!Sauvignon Blanc: Vintage 2004
A great Sauvignon Blanc wine comes from regional influences, talented winemaking, terroir, and vintage. Here is a report on the 2004 vintage of Sauvignon Blanc from the primary regions of France, Austria and New Zealand, and an explanation of what makes them exceptional.This Wine is Not Meant to Taste Like Shiraz
Many wines are now being made in Australia using less common and non-traditional grape varieties. But what should wine drinkers look for in a new wine?Do Some Quick Math Before Paying That Bill!
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