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Being a Responsible Wine Drinker

Everyone loves to have a good time and, after a long work week, some people opt to blow off that steam by heading to the local bar with a few friends. There's nothing wrong with this, so long as everyone knows exactly how to be a responsible alcohol consumer.
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January 29, 2011

Extraordinary Options on a Wine Refrigerator

Wine coolers are making its way and are becoming very popular among purchasers, from wine aficionados as well as some of those who are just interested in terms of on how these things operate. Many may still insist that acquiring a wine refrigerator is simply a ridiculous waste of cash, but then...
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January 28, 2011

Wine Aerator Comparison

The range of wine aerators available today can make it difficult to distinguish between the different types. The whole point of these devices, no matter what the brand, is to infuse your wine with air. Why? Because the process of infusing air is known to bring out the bouquet and flavors in your...
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January 27, 2011

Taking Care of Your Fine Wine Investment

In order to ensure that your fine wine investment is preserved and will bring you profit in the future you must look after it properly. Creating a space for your wine to be stored is essential, especially if you have spent a lot of money purchasing it, and of course, if you depend on the money...
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January 26, 2011

Wine Cellars Produce the Best Wine Collection

Having a wine cellar is an ideal environment to store wines. Maintaining a temperature between 55 degree Fahrenheit - 58 degree Fahrenheit, although a 40 degree Fahrenheit - 65 degree Fahrenheit will be enough for as long as this range doesn't fluctuate too much. In addition, the wine cellar's...
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January 25, 2011

Top 10 Varietals for April, 2019

Pinot Noir is the most popular wine varietal chosen by our visitors this month.

This varies by season so if you're looking for something tasty to drink this spring, Pinot Noir is a great choice. The others are shown below:

1. Pinot Noir
2. Red Bordeaux Blend
3. Syrah
4. Nebbiolo
5. Cabernet Sauvignon
6. Merlot
7. Chardonnay
8. Red Blend
9. Sangiovese
10. Riesling

Top 10 Producers for April, 2019

Wines from Sapphire Hill were selected by our visitors the most this month, making them the most popular choice for consumers.

If you're looking for a wine suggestion, Sapphire Hill might be a great place to start. The others are shown below.

1. Sapphire Hill
2. Phelan Vineyard
3. Stephen Test
4. Ferdinand Pieroth
5. Adelsheim
6. Silver Oak
7. Louis Jadot
8. Viansa
9. Andrew Will
10. Bruno Giacosa