You don't have to attend a wine seminar to soak up some enological knowledge. Learning everything you need to know about wine is as easy as scrolling down to take a look at these wine infographics. All the basics are covered - from the different types of wine and their serving temperatures to suggestions on wine and food pairings. You'll learn helpful tips of cooling wine and even opening a bottle of vino when there isn't a corkscrew in sight. Let's begin...
The Beginners Guide To Wine
First up is a quick tutorial on the essentials of wine. This infographic covers everything from deciphering a wine label to the selection of wine glasses and serving temperatures. You'll also learn how to taste and describe a wine's aroma and flavor like a boss.
Let's face it. You won't always have a corkscrew around when you are in the mood for wine. Who says that has to stop you from enjoying some vino? Just follow these unconventional tricks for opening a bottle of wine.
Say you've got unexpected company and you need to chill wine asap. Don't stress! Here are four incredibly easy ways to chill wine in 15 minutes or less with items you probably already have in your kitchen.
After dropping a pretty penny on fancy wine it'd be a pity if you opened it only to find out it was spoiled. Here are some pointers to detect if your wine is no longer suitable for drinking and some tips on storing wine to prevent spoilage.
Now that you've got basics like types of wine and serving temperatures covered, how about you learn how to taste wine like a pro? These great tips will help you swirl, smell and taste like a true connoisseur.
17 Cheeses and What Wines To Pair Them With
Now it's time to put all that wine knowledge to good use with some delicious wine pairings. Here are more than a dozen popular cheese and wine pairings you can experiment with at your next cocktail party. Created by Cabot Cheese.
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