Find out how to “audition” a wine glass by looking at it and, yes, even listening to it. Because good wine deservers equally good stemware.
Source: Four Steps to Buying Quality Glassware | Wine Enthusiast Magazine
It’s the wine grape known as the “iron fist in the velvet glove.” Discover 10 reasons why Pinot Noir makes for some of the world’s most fascinating bottles.
Source: Everything You Need to Know About Pinot Noir | Wine Enthusiast Magazine
These are the questions you need to ask before splurging on a bottle. Plus, recommended retailers for buying expensive bottles.
Source: The Rules of Buying Old and Rare Wines | Wine Enthusiast Magazine
Is it time to retire the flute? We shatter the myths on four different types of stemware to find the best glass for your bubbly.
Source: Which is the Best Glass for Sparkling Wine? | Wine Enthusiast Magazine
Learn how to taste and evaluate a glass of wine like an expert by following our wine tasting tips. First step? Find out the right environment for tasting.
Source: How To Taste Wine – Wine Tasting Tips from Wine Enthusiast Magazine
Is it ok to drink a little? Linger? Is asking for “the good stuff” acceptable? Should you buy a bottle of wine? Three tasting room pros share their advice.
Source: 14 Rules for Winery Tasting Room Etiquette | Do’s and Don’ts for a Successful Winery Trip
What does the color of wine say about the grape and flavor? We break down the various shades of reds, whites and rosés, with recommended bottlings.
Source: Learning Wines by Color | Wine Enthusiast Magazine