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If You Like Cabernet Sauvignon, Try These Delicious AlternativesWhile Cabernet Sauvignon's historical roots are firmly planted in France, Napa Valley and other areas have single-handedly built a reputation purely off of this grape. There is no doubt that the reputation of this grape is here to stay. However, if you are looking to shake up your wine picks, or are just tired of the same old Cabernet Sauvignon, keep reading. There is plenty of fish in the sea to choose from. Whether you prefer it to be big and juicy, or refined and earthy, there is a Cabernet alternative for everyone.
Screw It, Or Put A Cork In It?There is only one thing that stands in the way between you and enjoying a bottle of wine. Before you can begin to enjoy wine’s pleasures, you have to get it open. Don’t forget that setting the mood is key. Depending on what you are looking for, a quick screw might do. But, if you’re looking for the seductive romance of slowly easing your way into a bottle of wine, reach for your corkscrew, twist, pull, and wait for the “pop.”
If You Like Malbec, You'll Love These Four Delicious AlternativesFlavors of blackberry, blueberry, and cherry come to mind when thinking of Malbec. If that is music to your ears then you will be singing praise for these four delicious Malbec alternatives. Expand your palate and read on to find something new to try. Here are wines that make great alternatives to Malbec
Beyond Fortified: A Primer on Dessert WinesWe’re putting a spotlight on one of the most intriguing but often neglected categories of wine in the United States: dessert wine. When it comes to selecting a wine, classics such as Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sauvignon Blanc often come to mind. Dessert wines, on the other hand, are often overlooked. Why is that?