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The world’s largest wine competition is ready to start in Croatia
Istria, and more specifically the town of Poreč, will host the main tasting session of the competition dedicated to red and white wines of the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles. The tastings will take place in the region on 12, 13 and 14 May 2023.
How to detect wine faults
They are the worst enemies of our guilty pleasure! They are called oxidation, reduction, corked wine, Brettanomyces and others. How do we identify those faults when our glass of wine smells funny or has a strange color? And what can be done ? Follow the guide.
Gérard Bertrand, King of Biodynamic Wines
by WinoFred | Jul 19, 2022 | Tasting Notes | 0 |
The release of Gérard Bertrand's book, "Nature at Heart", is a good opportunity to revisit the story of a Languedoc family passion that continues into the fourth generation.
A fantastic wine worthy of a cult
by WinoFred | Aug 7, 2022 | Tasting Notes | 0 |
Spicewood Vineyards : Texas Wines with a Spanish Touch
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What about acidity in wine
The Most Popular White Wine Grapes
How to find your way among the white grape varieties? Here are some points of reference to guide you.
When artificial intelligence blends with wine tasting
Is there a more sensory activity than wine tasting? The aromas, the textures, the length in the mouth, everything is a matter of sensations perceived by the person who drinks the precious nectar. But in 2022, the famous artificial intelligence algorithms are getting involved. And one of the world’s most prestigious and serious wine tasting competitions is betting that everyone will win.Read More
The 30th Concours Mondial de Bruxelles to be held in Croatia
Istria, and more specifically the town of Poreč, will host the main tasting session of the competition dedicated to red and white wines. The tastings will take place in the region on 12, 13 and 14 May 2023.Read More
A nicely made Cava to share with friends
by WinoFred | May 19, 2022 | Tasting Notes, Wines of the week
It’s Friday so it’s Wine Day and the weekend means it’s time to celebrate. So why not a sparkling wine?Read More
Where do tannins come from ?
by WinoFred | May 17, 2022 | Wine 101, Wines of the week
When you get that drying sensation in your mouth while taking a sip of red wine, you are experiencing tannins. It is in fact the reaction of proteins found in saliva to these tannins that triggers this sensation. Explainations in this article…Read More
Three Killer Value French Red Wines
by WinoFred | Mar 14, 2022 | Wines of the week
Picking wines from France can sometimes be intimidating. Let’s say that lack of language knowledge doesn’t help. This week, we are suggesting three wines from Southern France (Rhône Valley and Languedoc) and one from the famed Bordeaux area.Read More
Is there really some rasberry, green apple, vanilla and pepper in my wine ?
When professional tasters identify the aromas contained in a wine, they call on their personal memory of flavors. When they claim they can detect that this wine has aromas of plums, leather, cigar box, fresh cut hay, gooseberries and butterscotch, this may seem completely esoteric and even unlikely for the novice … And yet …Read More
Vinho Verde, anyone ?
First of all, vinho verde (pronounced Vigno verday) means green wine in Portuguese. But, do not expect to see a green apple color or in any way fluorescent like kryptonite that even Superman could not refuse. But I digress … In fact, in this case we do not speak of « green wine » but rather of « young wine ». And young, vinho verde is, since it is usually bottled from three to six months after the harvest. The vines grown to compose this one of a kind wine are located in the northwest of Portugal, in a region rather lush, thanks...Read More
Where do bubbles come from ?
Although this unorthodox « treatment » that could be called « Coca-Cola method » is practiced for some sparkling wines , the genuine beautiful bubbles actually come from a method a bit more complex and all-natural.Read More
Wine blending 101
When there are several varieties of grapes that are used for wine production, this is a blended wine. This technique is used around the world, from Bordeaux to Champagne and as far as Patagonia, Argentina and Australia.Read More
The new best sommelier from the Americas is from Argentina
The Argentine Valeria Gamper was chosen today the Best Sommelier of the Americas 2022 in the contest held in Chile by the Association de la Sommellerie Internationale (ASI), together with the Association of Sommeliers of that country.Read More
The best summer-ready red wine : Frappato
by WinoFred | Feb 19, 2022 | Tasting Notes, Travel
Have you ever heard of the Sicilian grape Frappato? It is not always obvious to find some in wine stores because of its scarcity. However, it makes fruit forward wines with a high level of drinkability especially for the summer.Read More
Did you say bourbon ?
What is bourbon ? How do we make it ? And especially how to discover it through 3 good bottles ? Answers in this article…Read More
Merlot and the Sideways effect
by WinoFred | Feb 19, 2022 | Tasting Notes
You’ve probably already heard this famous replica from the mouth of actor Paul Giamatti who was answering his colleague Thomas Hayden Church in the now classic movie « Sideways »: « I’m Not Drinking Any F… Merlot » ! Believe it or not…Read More
Looking for the best Prosecco
If you are looking for the crème de la crème among the ocean of Prosecco found on our market, be aware that you need to look for the prestigious denomination of controlled origin and guaranteed (DOCG) Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Conegliano.Read More