Noble Rot Wine for Ladies

0 Comments Mar 10, 2023

In the wine world, there is a kind of wine that does not belong to red wine, white wine, or sparkling wine, and this kind of wine is called "noble rot wine".

The GlenDronach distillery

0 Comments Oct 28, 2022

GlenDronach distillery located in the Forgue Valley of the East Highlands in Scotland. It was established in 1826 by James Allardice as a 196-year-old distillery. Similar with many small Scottish distilleries, it has gone through years of glory, many changes of owners, closures and rebirths.

What is Corked Wine ?

0 Comments Apr 28, 2022

And how to classify the corked wine ?

Benefits of drinking red wine

0 Comments Oct 30, 2021

Nowadays, with the improvement of living standards, longevity is not difficult anymore. The prerequisite is to know how to maintain good health. When I was young, I always hear "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." Stick to quality of life, will be "One red wine a day keep you healthy day.

What are tannins

0 Comments Oct 04, 2021

Tannin can be found in lots of plants, such as grapes, tea-leaves and fruit peels. During the process of producing red wine, tannin will be released when extracting juice from grapes with its peel. 

Old World vs New World

0 Comments Jul 14, 2021

Old World refers to the traditional European countries, such as France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Portugal, Germany, and Hungary. New World refers to countries that started producing wine in the 16th century at the earliest, such as the United States, Australia, New Zealand.

Distinguish types of Liquor and Spirits

0 Comments Aug 30, 2021

Liquor is defined as any non-brewed alcohol – distilled spirits. On the other hand, spirits are specific liquors that are created to have special flavors. 

Differences between Champagne and Sparkling Wine

0 Comments Jun 23, 2021

Sparkling Wine can be called Champagne under some circumstances, regulation and the way of fermentation.

Differences between Red Wine and White Wine

0 Comments May 26, 2021

Red Wine came from fermentation of dark-skinned grapes, while White Wine is mostly non-colored pulp grapes.

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