Wine in Peru dates all the way back to the arrival of the Spanish on the shores of Peru. They could live without their grapes and wine production. The first vineyards in South America were planted near Cusco, Peru, but the most prominent ones of the 16th and 17th century was those that were established near Ica […]
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International Wine Festival in Vancouver is an annual event where wine and food lovers meet each year. The first one took place in the year 1979, and we are waiting for the 2020 festival. It’s slotted to take place between February 22nd to March 1st. It’s one of the significant and oldest events where people […]
Drinking wine has been shown to have many health benefits. Most of the wines contains antioxidants which helps to fight diseases such as cancer, boost the user’s immune system, improve the bone density, minimise chances of getting cardiovascular diseases, lower level of cholesterol and much more. Good wine also enhances your mood and makes you […]
Red wine is produced from dark coloured whole grape fruits. Those are being crushed and fermented. They usually come with variety of tastes and colours. Some of these include Shiraz,Zinfander, Merlot, and Pinot Noir. Mostly its alcoholic content is in the range of 12 to 15 percent. Over the years, people have argued over the […]
We all enjoy drinking and exploring wines, but how do you actually tell if the wine you’re drinking is good? Where do you go and how do you choose the right bottle?
It’s important to understand what you don’t like about wine and to understand what you do like. When you walk into a shop and there’s a big wall of labels up there, what do you do? It might be really overwhelming.It might be a surprise to you, but there’s only about four basic things you need to know on how to access a wine. Once you understand these four things, you can simply apply them and buy a really great bottle!
We’ve already wrote the article on How Long Does The Red Wine Last, but what about the stability of white wines? Is it any different? For how long can it still retain its taste and what’s the ideal method to preserve it once it’s been opened? Similarly to red wines, their durability is determined by […]
Champagnes actually do go bad. However, not all kinds of them go bad. Certain kinds last more than twenty years. Champagne’s shelf life depends on a number of factors like how it is stored and its label. Champagne is actually a modification of wine, which goes through the process of fermentation for the second time and yeast and sugar are added in small amounts to its bottle so that the production of carbon dioxide begins.