“White” wines can range in color from green to gold and “red” wines can range in color from purple to ruby to garnet. What leads to all of these color variations?
There’s no stork delivery for new wine grapes, so how is it that we have so many varieties?
Andrew Jones is the winemaker behind Field Recordings, Fiction, The Fableist, Alloy, and Wonderwall wine brands.
August 31st is International Cabernet Day (it’s always the Thursday before Labor Day). In honor of this event, we’ve pulled together a list of 10 things you may not know about Cabernet Sauvignon.
Sauvignon Blanc is a white wine grape grown throughout the world, largely in cool climate wine regions. It is characteristically high in acid and low in sugar – good for those who are limiting their sugar intake. Common flavors include grapefruit, gooseberry, grass, lime, lemongrass, and green apple although the intensity of each of these flavors in the wine will vary by its growing region.