Northern Rhône, Southern Rhône-- what’s the difference? Although the two lay nestled within the same valley, the Northern and Southern Rhône are actually quite different. Get to know both components of this viticultural haven here, with our Rhône Valley explainer.
There’s wine-- and then there’s French wine. From the cool, saline-tinged coasts of the Loire, to the sweltering, sun-drenched region of Provence, France’s wine production is one of the most important in the world. Get to know some of our favorite French wine regions and producers in this guide.
We’re letting you in on a secret: pairing food and wine isn’t as tricky as you think! Whether eating out at a restaurant or prepping dinner at home, marrying food and wine harmoniously is actually much easier than you think. Follow these five basic rules for effortlessly easy food and vino matches!
Tannins are one of the wine world’s most misunderstood components. Yet, when paired properly with food, they can elevate the dish with which they’re served and make the wine come to life. Find out what these mysterious molecules are and how to maximize their presence on the table in this post.
Champagne, the world’s unofficial capital of sparkling wine, produces the world’s most sought-after and sophisticated bubbles. However, not all wines from the region are created equal, which is why we created this guide. The producers featured here create some of the finest wines in the region.