Meet The Grape: Carménère

Meet The Grape: Carménère

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Every glass of Carménère is a tale of survival and rebirth. Once a common Bordeaux variety, the grape was obliterated from the European continent by a phylloxera outbreak more than 100 years ago.. Read more
Wine Diamonds: Not Precious Stone But Completely Harmless

Wine Diamonds: Not Precious Stone But Completely Harmless

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Have you ever noticed something sparkling in the bottom of your wine glass? That’s not shards of glass in the wine; it’s just wine diamonds. Don't be alarmed by the presence of wine diamonds in your wine or on the cork - they are completely harmless and are not considered to be a defect.. Read more
Wine Gifting Guide

Wine Gifting Guide

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Wine is always a great gift and one that you can almost guarantee won't be returned. Here's your ultimate wine gifting guide to help you pick out the perfect wine for any gifting occasion: .. Read more
What it Means to be Wild

What it Means to be Wild

- Katie Delaney - Drink

YEAST is a vital component in wine fermentation. It is the job of the yeast to eat up all of the naturally occurring sugars in the grapes and turn them into alcohol. Without those hungry little yeasties, all we’d have is grape juice, and the world would never be the same.. Read more
How To Tell If Your Wine Has Gone Bad

How To Tell If Your Wine Has Gone Bad

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Wine is a natural product, and with that territory comes the unfortunate susceptibility to nature's elements. The 3 most common predators of destroying a wine are cork taint, oxygen, and heat.. Read more
Meet The Grape: Viognier

Meet The Grape: Viognier

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Ever wanted to get to know Viognier better? You're in luck! Viognier is the first grape in our Meet the Grape series called Juicr. We'll be kicking it off with a series of lesser known grape varietals that all have something special to offer! .. Read more
How To Take Instagram Worthy Wine Photos

How To Take Instagram Worthy Wine Photos

- Tiffany Ingram - Life

In the middle of summer and into the fall season, you may find yourself picnicking along the colored florals and warm sun with a bottle (or two) of white, rosé, or even a full bodied red.. Read more