Welcome to Wine-O-Pedia! Kyle Meyer, wine buyer for BestWinesOnline.com, teaches us about the wines of the Rhone Valley in France. Part 1: Northern Rhone Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knKFg-MAQ4A&feature=share&list=UUzQqNe9JA3ICp2SAKU7L79w
Duckhorn fans know a good thing when they see it. The Decoy line offers varietal wines like this lush Cabernet Sauvignon that the Duckhorn team creates with the same care and attention as their Napa Estate wines but at a price that no one can turn down. http://www.wineexpress.com/shopping/prod_detail/main.asp?productID=38630
Our vineyard manager discusses the process of vineyard shoot thinning (suckering) in the spring. The number of grapevine shoots removed is based on the quantity of fruit the viticulture team wants each vine to yield and desired air flow in the vine canopy to combat disease. http://blog.jordanwinery.com/2010/06/suckering-rainy-spring-means-extensive-grapevine-shoot-removal/.
Natural Wine is a term widely used but rarely defined. Frank Cornelissen, growing and venting on Mount Etna in Sicily offers his definition of the term and insists that it goes beyond simply not using sulfites in the cellar. This is part one of 2 in our series. Watch part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnpRZAm0USQ&list=PLddUmDhg4G_J8ee7_bIqp8ynkfDYYo8nt&index=18 Ask a Winemaker
Not sure of a table wine from sparkling wine? Play our lesson on the fundamentals of wine. For those who enjoy wine but find it can be an intimidating topic, this wine primer is a good place to start. If you’ve ever walked inside a wine store and been intimidated by all the choices or
Ah, wine. The flavours, the varieties, the way they work with different foods…ahh…can I have some now? But the world of wine can be confusing and whether the bottle is for you or a friend, you want to pick one you’ll really enjoy, not something you’ll merely tolerate. If you are drinking wine and not