3 Reasons to Visit Your Local Winery

When it comes to alcoholic beverages, wine is definitely a popular choice. In fact, 949 million gallons of wine were consumed in the U.S. during 2016 alone. If you're one of the millions of people who enjoy drinking wine, you should consider checking out a local...

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How Long Should Wine Breathe

How Long Should Wine Breathe By letting the wine breathe, the wine warms up and the aroma becomes more robust. Aside from that, the taste profile will soften and mellow out because the wine is dispersing into the air. While dispersing the overall characteristics and...

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How to Build a Wine Cellar

If you decide to make your own wine cellar and don’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place. This guide will help you how to build a wine cellar quickly and easily once you figure out ten crucial details. Location. Location Just like in real estate this...

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How to Store Wine Bottles

How to Store Wine Bottles There are five factors that affect a wines flavor when storing bottles, temperature, humidity, light, and oxidation. When storing wine remember that exposure to oxygen can open the flavor and aroma when you are about to consume it, but also...

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Antioxidants in Red Wine

The Benefits of Red Wine (Antioxidants) Do you love drinking red wine? Well, you will love it even more after knowing the benefits that are in red wine. A recent health study confirmed that moderate drinking of red wine could enhance your lifespan. The health...

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Does White Wine Need to Breathe?

Does White Wine Need to Breathe? Red wines benefit a lot from being allowed to breathe, meaning that the bottle is opened and left to sit for a while. What about the white wines? Do they taste better when they are also allowed to breathe? Will their taste improve with...

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