Why A Higher Price Tag Makes Wine Taste Better Pricing effect means using price as a signal for value or quality. Turns out, a higher price tag actually makes wine taste better — here’s why.
Wine-Infused Pasta Is Cooked In Giant Cheese Wheel Maiella in Long Island City, New York infuses its fettuccine with red wine that brings a certain sweetness to the pasta dish. Cooked in a giant, flaming cheese wheel, the restaurant combines some of your favorite foods in an unexpected way.
How Wine Is Made At Bolney Wine Estate in England, they specialize in red wine, but also produce white and sparkling wine. The sparkling wines go through a slightly different process again. They are fermented in the bottle, each bottle must be spun occasionally to consolidate the sediment that forms. This sediment can then be […]
10 Hacks For Opening Wine When You Don’t Have A Corkscrew Unless you like boxed wine, your wine bottles are going to either be sealed with a cork or a screw cap, the latter of which should not be frowned upon, especially if it’s white wine. However, most wineries still prefer corks over screw caps, […]
Have A Drink During This Wine Marathon Sample different kinds of wine while exercising at this wine run that takes place in England’s largest vineyard. The Bacchus Marathon also has a half-marathon and even five and two mile runs, so everyone can enjoy the experience.
This Is Where Your Wine Corks Come From Uncorking a bottle of wine after a long day is one of the few true pleasures in life. But ever wonder where that small cork—aka the last thing standing between you and your favorite red—comes from? In Portugal, there’s a long and rich history of harvesting cork […]
Walmart’s Fancy New Line Of Wines Costs Just $10 A Bottle Attention, shoppers: Walmart is having a special on Aisle Wine. The chain just debuted a “Winemakers Selection” collection that features a wide variety of high-quality wines that are ridiculously cheap, ranging from $10 to $16 per bottle. This is not a drill. The collection can be […]
The Coolest Way To Open A Bottle Of Wine Jonathan Ross, a sommelier at Eleven Madison Park, is responsible for resurrecting the old world tradition of using heated tongs to open wine. Placing the red hot metal around the neck, it makes a clean break leaving the cork intact. The method originated in Portugal as […]
Making Your Own Wine Is So Incrediable Bottling & Tasting my Wine : The Final Episode of the Wine Making Series. I share 5 priceless tips if you want to start making your wine too.