Champagne is a drink that people, young and old, all know and love too well.
Sometimes we love to drink wine so much that we often ignore the health ramifications and risks to our bodies.
We all love our wine, whether while at a bar, at a formal dinner, or at home.
Hey there wine lovers! Today we’re going to talk about where your favorite wines come from. In the states, we hear a lot about the Nappa Valley, which gives us all those great Californian wines. South of the Equator, Argentina has produced many high-quality wines and has developed a wide system of vinoculture, and New Zealand is renowned for the wonderful wines it produces. But the most famous and arguably highest quality wines of all come from the Mediterranean — especially Italy and France. Continue reading
As the weather gets hotter, it’s a great chance to prepare your favorite summer dishes. Anything involving corn, fresh catch, grilled meats…go for it. But what wine should be enjoyed with dishes like these? It can vary, depending on what you put out on the table. The key, though, is to find something nice and light to compliment your seasonal preparations. Just the same way it would be kind of silly to prepare a stew in July, certain wines just seem a little out of place in the midsummer heat. Continue reading