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In Vino Veritas 2014. Vinho Verde!

Posted by Jlm Van Bergen on 5/29/2014 to Wine Tasting
I attended another "In Vino Veritas" group in NYC in which everyone brings a bottle (not the same one, hopefully) of a grape varietal or style of wine. The host is a friend named Jimmy I had suggested several possibilities for his consideration. A few days later I got an invitation via email, and the wine of choice was Portugal's Vinho Verde.

Rare Varietal from East of Italy

Posted by Jim Van Bergen on 3/6/2014 to Wine Tasting
       A Rare Varietal from East of Italy by Jim van Bergen
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Should you be Chilling that Wine?

Posted by Robyn on 2/28/2014 to Wine Tasting
There is always a recommendation for chilling wine. The problem is, many people have trouble keeping up with all of these recommendations! There are many ways that you can easily keep track of how you should serve wine. The most important thing to remember is when you should be chilling the wine.

2012 Simi Sonoma Chardonnay #nb-08-14

Posted by Norm Bently on 2/22/2014 to Wine Tasting
The "Chardonnay Queen" and I both like Chardonnay from Sonoma County, California.

Wine Health Benefits

Posted by Robyn on 2/21/2014 to Wine Tasting
You may have heard the latest scoop on all the health benefits that stem from drinking wine. Now certainly, anything in excess is not the healthiest habit, but when consumed moderately, there can be many health benefits from drinking a glass of wine.

Wine Tasting Protocol

Posted by steven on 2/20/2014 to Wine Tasting
Most everyone enjoys having a glass of good wine now and then, but to wine connoisseurs, drinking wine is an art form to be taken quite seriously. Wine should be poured into a clear glass and held in front of a white background, so that you can thoroughly examine the color. Even with the same type of wine, the color can vary quite a bit. White wines can have a tint that is from light green to brownish. A browner tinge usually indicated age and more flavor. Red wines tend to become lighter in color with age. Interestingly enough, just as red wine improves with age, the process of aging can actually ruin many whites.

The Best Party Favors for Your Wine Tasting Event

Posted by Scott on 2/10/2014 to Wine Tasting
Wine tastings make millions of dollars each year, simply because people enjoy the experience. When you do not want to attend a crowded tasting, you can always host one in the comfort of your own home!

Why Your Wine Needs to Breathe

Posted by Scott on 1/28/2014 to Wine Tasting
People, animals and even plants need to breathe to live. Itís pretty obvious, but in the epicurean world, wine also needs to breathe, too. Wine has a culture and a whole life all its own, both geographically and by class.

Making the Most of a Wine Tasting

Posted by Dupree on 1/18/2014 to Wine Tasting
Wine tastings are becoming one of the most popular pleasure outings in the country. People adore going and spending some free time at a vineyard!

Tips for a First-Time Wine Taster

Posted by Carlos on 12/8/2013 to Wine Tasting
If you have just recently been introduced to the world of wine and are interested in going wine tasting for the first time, you may understandably be feeling intimidated by the experience. You want to look and feel like you know what you are doing, and you certainly do not want to be judged by other wine connoisseurs for being uncertain about any aspect of the tasting. Here are some tips you can follow to ensure the most enjoyable wine tasting experience.
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