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Fire Up the Grill: 9 Wines that Go Gangbusters with BBQ
It’s summertime, and the grillin’s fine. Here are 9 wines begging to join you at the BBQ.
Perfect Pairings: What to Eat with Gewürztraminer
Here at WineFriend, we’re gaga for gewürztraminer. Here’s what to pair with this aromatic white!
The Wines to Pair with Classic Christmas Dishes
From the starters to the ham to the pavlova, we’ve got the perfect wine match. Happy holidays!
Perfect Pairings: What to Eat with Merlot
Merlot is an approachable red boasting strength, flesh, and focus — and it’s a mean match with all sorts of food.
What Is Terroir?
It’s French for ‘earth,’ and it’s vitally important.
What Is Pétillant-Naturel?
Meet the original sparkling wine. We mean it: pét-nat dates back to the 1500s!
What Are Legs?
Wine snobs love to talk about ‘legs.’ But do they actually mean anything?
What Is Residual Sugar?
Whether or not you’re a fan of sweet vino, one thing’s certain: every wine out there has some level of RS.
How Is It Made? The DESSERT WINE Edition
Explore the ins and outs of these gorgeously honeyed treats. Read on for a sugar rush!
Everything You Need to Know About Albariño
This light-and-bright, summery beauty is pretty much the ocean in a bottle. Here’s the down-low on albariño!
Everything You Need to Know About Viognier
Exhibit A: it had nearly vanished from the planet by the 1960s. Get familiar with viognier!
Everything You Need to Know About Pinot Gris (AKA Pinot Grigio)
Gris in French, grigio in Italian, and all-around delicious when it’s made with care and attention. Here’s what you need
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