You may be under the impression that pizza is too ordinary a dish to break out a bottle of wine for, but the truth is that pairing wine with pizza is actually a rather delicious idea. The plainest of pizzas can taste like a selection from a fancy pizzeria when enjoyed with just the right kind of wine. If you’re interested in this dynamic dining duo, then you’ll want to make sure that you do it right in order to truly capture the best that the experience has to offer.
Picking the perfect bottle to tantalize your taste buds on a summer’s eve can be tricky. If you haven’t already got a go-to grape or region, then deciding where to start can be baffling. We’ll guide you through the essential flavors, most popular countries of origin, and the distinct characteristics offered by some of the US’s favorite white wines.
Red wine sangria is one of the most famous Spanish drinks. Spaniards don’t drink it all the time, though: it’s a summer drink only. Although not regularly ordered at restaurants, Sangrias are infamous at house parties. Today we are sharing with you how to make sangria the way Spaniards do.
A glass of wine with a delicious seafood lunch or dinner is almost cliché, but we pair the two for a reason. Whether white or red, rosé or brut, the right wine takes your seafood experience to another level.
Whether you’re a seasoned wine lover looking to brush up on red wine facts or a novice just starting to explore all that red wine has to offer, we’ve got your guide to the different types of red wine.