What are the most famous sweet wines in France, Germany and Italy and how are they made?
Spain is currently China's 4th largest source of imported wines, bringing many value-for-many choices for you to enjoy and explore. How much do you know about Spanish wines? Try and get 100% accuracy at this week's quiz.
What is 'fortified wine'? Why is Port sweet? Can you name a few characterful styles of Port? Find the answers in this week's study note.
Argentina is perhaps the most important wine producing country in South America. Can you name the signature white and red wine grape variety of Argentina? Which are the quality regions?
Besides Champagne, can you name any other style of sparkling wines? Why do sparkling wines sparkle, and why do they have different price points?
Vines were first brought into Chile in the 1550s by Spanish conquistadors. This long and narrow strip of land is now one of the continent’s largest exporter of wine, especially known for its reasonably priced, quality international-variety styles. Take the quiz to see how much you know about Chilean wines.
How to understand labeling term 'reserva'? What's the difference between 'Duoro' and 'Duero'? Learn about how to read the labels of wines from Spain, Portugal and USA.
Austria, Hungary and Greece all have winemaking traditions and indigenous grape varieties. This weekend, test your knowledge about the wines from these three countries with our wine quiz.
How to read the label of your wines from Burgundy, Bordeaux and the Rhone valley? What are the key terms that indicate different levels of quality?
Germany is no doubt one of the great wine producing countries in the world. Test your knowledge about German wines with this week's wine quiz.