All About Wine

Wine as a Lifestyle

Very few wine drinkers would consider that their gulping has any relation to the arts or philosophy. They would be much more prone to see it as an add-on to their lifestyle. In the sense that a good ‘lifestyle’ is presumed on the context of a sophisticated society, and perhaps even of refinement, then wine as a lifestyle drink can still be seen to showcase a civilized life. Lifestyl....

MONTES ALPHA Carmenère 2009 D.O. COLCHAGUA VALLEY CHILE

This French Oak Barrel Aged wine is smooth and rich. The relatively cool climate of Colchagua valley allows this late-ripening variety to mature slowly and smoothly and reach full ripeness. Clay soils give strength and power to the wine. After fermentation, the wine is moved to French oak barrels where it is aged for 12 months.

Sight/ Appearance
Deep and liv....

Myths & Facts of Wine You Must Be Aware of

Although wine has become more and more popular and accessible over the past few years - there are still a lot of lingering myths out there in the market and the consumers’ mind. Let us debunk the some of the most frequent myths for you.

Myth: You should uncork a bottle of wine to let it breathe a little before pouring it.
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Wine FAQs of 91st Issue

What is the correct cellar temperature, and do whites and reds need to be different?

Classic cellar temperature is about 55 degrees. We keep reds and whites at about 57 because we find that it’s a good starting point for serving both. Most reds are served too warm and most whites are served too cold, especially at restaurants. We might want to chill....

Intricacies of Wine

Today I feel It’s been a while that I have spoken to you guys, I don’t know why but yes, I have a feeling of a renewed relationship.  Let’s start with a question…. Do you have any regrets in your life? Or what do you regret about your life?

I recently came across this question. Usually people talk philosophical only when they are drunk beyond their limits....