Tasting notes are useful tools to give you a hint of what you should expect before you try a wine. Let’s look at some examples of wine tasting notes and how to read them.
Tasting wine is not simply drinking wine. It requires certain preparation, knowledge and skills. This week, let's test how much you know about wine tasting.
In both 2011 and 2012 Decanter World Wine Awards, Chinese wines have achieved international trophies under the category of “Red Bordeaux Varietal”, meaning the wine is made of a grape variety most commonly seen in Bordeaux. So what are the key Bordeaux gr
Prepotto, a commune about 50km northwest of Trieste in the Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, very close to the Slovenian border, is the beating heart of Schioppettino.
People talk about Bordeaux Left Bank and Right Bank all the time. But do you know why these regions are called Left Bank and Right Bank, and what are the biggest differences between them?
The fragrant, Muscat-like Spanish variety Torrontés is common in Argentina, and may have been originally transported from Galicia in Spain.
A speciality of, and native to, Austria’s Thermenregion, south of Vienna, Rotgipfler is sadly losing ground, with just 105 hectares left in Austria, equivalent to 0.2% of the Austrian vineyard area.
Today let’s look at another famous style of fortified wine – Port.
Most wines are fermented to dryness; when there is noticeable amount of unfermented sugar left, the resulting wine will be sweet.
The quiz for last weekend was too easy for you? Try and see if you could pass our WSET Level 2 quiz, week two.