What is acidity in wine, and why does it matter? Organic Wine Journal’s Victoria Levin explains.
Lyle Fass demonstrates the right and wrong way to spit your wine at a tasting. Remember, Lyle is a trained professional. Do not attempt this at home.
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Paul Chartrand of Chartrand Imports explains it all. How can organic wines become more popular with the average wine drinker? The whole sulfite issue has to be explained. Those of us in the industry have to choose whether weâ€™re going to sell both types of wine, or one or the other. We have to explain… Continue reading Everything You Wanted To Know About Sulfites (But Were Afraid To Ask)
Wine stores can be intimidating. Maybe James Bond can fall out of a plane, crash through a Monte Carlo restaurant and still amaze the waiter with his choice of the perfect Bordeaux. Not you. Walking into a wine store you see hundreds of bottles staring back at you, mocking your inexperience. There are twenty different… Continue reading How To Go To A Wine Store