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Denomination of Origin (DO) Rías Baixas is renowned for the Albariño grape, an indigenous variety that produces some of the wo...
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In 1855, Napoleon III requested an official classification of the best Bordeaux châteaux for the Exposition Universelle de Paris. The...
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This topic will explore the different types of koji used in shochu production and the profile each imparts in the bottle.
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The term Appassimento means withering in Italian and refers to the process of partially drying wine grapes before fermentation. This techniq...
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Rising up from the town of Tain-l'Hermitage, on the eastern banks of the Rhône river, the majestic Hermitage hill is one of most rever...
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The question of how to best pair wine with food has been the cause of much debate among wine professionals, particularly Sommeliers. Through...
This topic will explore the differences between wine and sake making, and the unique attributes that Japanese sake making possesses.
The small country of Georgia, nestled in the Caucasus mountains, was the birthplace of winemaking some 8000 years ago. This audio capsule wi...
In Andrea Bacci’s 1596 book “De Naturali Vinorum Historia” the deliciousness of the wines produced on the hills surroundin...
Muscadet is the westernmost wine region of the Loire Valley, situated around the city of Nantes on the western central coast of France. Just...