Home / Lets “Wine” Baby

Lets “Wine” Baby

GoldMedalWineClub.com-Great Wine Gifts-300x250
Brunello di Montalcino… it’s worth the wait

Brunello di Montalcino… it’s worth the wait

Brunello di Montalcino is a wine made with 100% Sangiovese with Italy’s highest DOCG classification. This is the Sangiovese that most wine critics cite to be the best in all of…

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Traditional Red Sangria

Traditional Red Sangria

Sangria is a drink commonly served in Spain and Portugal. It traditionally consists of red wine, chopped fruit, a sweetener and…

The post Traditional Red Sangria appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips.

0 comments
7 Wine Words to Describe The Indescribable

7 Wine Words to Describe The Indescribable

Here are 7 wine words that help describe those indescribable flavors we taste in wine.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Current Trends in Wine Cellar Design – Part 1

Current Trends in Wine Cellar Design – Part 1

It’s almost weekly that I receive an email from someone thinking about building a wine cellar in their home, and looking for my personal recommendation on a good wine cellar builder. Of course there’s wine cellars and there’s wine cellars. My “wine cellar” consists of my closet containing a 200 bottle wine rack and no temperature control. It does the job…for now…but for those looking for something a little more serious, I always send them…

0 comments
4 Wines To Try from Provence

4 Wines To Try from Provence

Beyond Provençal rosé, learn about the other styles of wine that are garnering an enthusiastic following. Bandol, Cassis and…

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Alsace Wine: A Guide For Oenophiles

Alsace Wine: A Guide For Oenophiles

Learn how to find great Alsatian wines on your own by understanding the region’s wine classification system. You’ll learn about the styles of Alsatian wines but also get to make sense of how the varied soils affect top wines including Riesling, Gewürztraminer and Pinot Gris.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Authentic Italian Pizza and The Wines To Complement

Authentic Italian Pizza and The Wines To Complement

The best pizzas in America pay homage to classic Italian toppings and preparation methods. Here are 6 classic Italian pizzas paired with wine. Do try these at home.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Treasure Map of West Coast Syrah

Treasure Map of West Coast Syrah

The west coast of the United States offers several pristine climates for producing outstanding Syrah wine. See where they grow best and learn about the unique wines from each region.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Better Than Organic: Sustainability and Wine

Better Than Organic: Sustainability and Wine

How does one actually support sustainability in wine? Here is a guide explaining the different types of certifications in wine so you can buy wine smarter.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Aerating Wine vs

Aerating Wine vs. Decanting Wine – What’s the Difference?

Aerating and decanting wine are foreign concepts to even the most avid of wine nerd! What exactly do aerating and decanting mean…or do for the wine? When is each one appropriate? How do you decant or aerate? And what’s the difference? Watch the video and find out!  

0 comments
Listen to the Wine Cat. It Knows What’s Up.

Listen to the Wine Cat. It Knows What’s Up.

0 comments
Carménère Wine Guide

Carménère Wine Guide

Carménère (“car-men-nair”) is a medium-bodied red wine that originated in Bordeaux, France and now grows almost only in Chile. The wine was saved from extinction when it was mistakenly identified as Merlot and transplanted…

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Built to Last: Collecting Age-Worthy Wine

Built to Last: Collecting Age-Worthy Wine

If most wines only last a couple of years, what makes a wine worthy of cellaring 10–20 years? Let’s discuss the primary traits of age-worthy wines and what considerations to make for collecting age-worthy wines.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Ancient Amphora Winemaking is Alive in Oregon

Ancient Amphora Winemaking is Alive in Oregon

Learn about a winemaker in Oregon who is using the ancient technique of amphorae to make wine.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Amazing Red: Nerello Mascalese

Amazing Red: Nerello Mascalese

Nerello Mascalese is a light-bodied red wine that primarily grows on the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily. Despite its rarity, the wine offers amazing value and a taste profile that’s often likened to fine Pinot Noir. Find out what this special Sicilian red has to offer.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
The Veronese Wine Cork Trick

The Veronese Wine Cork Trick

Here is a clever way to use the foil on the top of a wine bottle as a cork holder. We learned this cork trick in a wine bar in Verona.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Waiter… There’s Arsenic in My Wine!

Waiter… There’s Arsenic in My Wine!

A class action lawsuit filed last year caused quite a stir in the news media. Find out what wines were called out and why we’re not going to stop drinking wine.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
3 Greek White Wines For Summer Drinking

3 Greek White Wines For Summer Drinking

3 Greek white wine varieties that are perfect for beaches, picnics and anywhere you might arrive at on a bicycle or in a canoe. These light-bodied white wines each offer their own individual character.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Tracing the Roots of California’s Heritage Wines

Tracing the Roots of California’s Heritage Wines

A story about an unlikely hero (a plant pathologist) who saved California’s heritage vines from being wiped out.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
12 Awesome Things About Cabernet Sauvignon

12 Awesome Things About Cabernet Sauvignon

Here are 12 facts about Cabernet Sauvignon that might surprise you.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Current Trends in Wine Cellar Design – Part 2

Current Trends in Wine Cellar Design – Part 2

The second part of my “Current Trends in Wine Cellar Design” interview with Curtis Dahl, owner of Joseph and Curtis Wine Cellar Builders.   In the same way people have become used to entertaining in their kitchen, has the same thing started to happen with wine cellars? The wine cellar/tasting room have become THE destination spot in the modern day home. Of course it all depends on the size of the cellar. People are obviously…

0 comments
Merlot vs

Merlot vs. Cabernet – What’s The Difference? (And cake pops…for some reason…)

    Merlot vs Cabernet – What’s the Difference? (And cake pops…for some reason…) In this video, my good buddy Joe Talentino and I examine the differences between Merlot and Cabernet wines. Of course they’re the two most popular red wines in America, but many people don’t know what makes each of them different and unique, or why you might prefer one to the other, so Joe and I here to help!  

0 comments
wine-spinning

Wine Wednesday Workout

Keep your friends close and your wine closer….. and burn some calories all at the same time 😉   Ads by WOW Trk

0 comments
Wines From Dry to Sweet (Chart)

Wines From Dry to Sweet (Chart)

We charted the sweetness in wine from the wines that are bone-dry to richly sweet. You might be surprised to notice that many sweet-tasting wines are less sweet than they seem and many seemingly dry wines are more sweet than you might realize.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments
Flavor Profiles of White Wines (Infographic)

Flavor Profiles of White Wines (Infographic)

A simple visualization of primary flavor components in white wines and how they are expressed in different varieties. This chart contains 16 common white wine varieties and 10 primary flavor components in varying degree.

Wine Folly – Learn about wine.

0 comments



css.php