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The Month of January

January 1920: Beginning in this month, due to the onset of Prohibition, imports of commercial booze created in other countries entered the United States via Mexican and Canadian border crossings and the seacoasts. In […]

The Ancient French Variety: Carménère

The Ancient French Variety: Carménère Carménère is an ancient red grape variety from France, specifically the region of Bordeaux. Grande Vidure is another name for it. Phylloxera, an insect pest of commercial grapevines, decimated […]

Wine Guide: Tempranillo

Wine Guide: Tempranillo No other grape variety is as synonymous with Spanish red wine as Tempranillo. It is the undisputed number one grape variety in Spain. Whether it's the top appellation Rioja, the outstanding […]

Steven Spurrier’s Impact on the Wine Industry

Steven Spurrier's Impact on the Wine Industry The name "Steven Spurrier" will forever be remembered as the person who propelled California wines into the limelight and made them compete favourably with their French counterparts. […]

Wine-ranking system of Bordeaux & Burgundy and their Exclusivity

Wine-ranking system of Bordeaux & Burgundy and their Exclusivity France has always enjoyed the spotlight and center stage in the winemaking industry. French wines are unique in their flavor profile, texture, body, and aroma. […]

The Judgment of Paris and its Revolutionary Implications in the Winemaking Industry

On May 24, 1976, Paris played host to the renowned Paris Wine Tasting, popularly referred to as The Judgment of Paris. The event was planned by Patricia Gallagher, a colleague of the British wine […]

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