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Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from grapes fermented without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes, water, or other nutrients.

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Wine Tasting Infographic

I never knew that the tasting of wine was such an intricate process. At least I have 6 more months to study ;)

Contributed by Dom Harris



Contributed by Dom Harris

If You Eat This Pizza, Then You Should Drink This Wine

I didn't know that wine and pizza can go well together. After I will turn 21 I will certainly try it.

Contributed by Dom Harris

Periodic Table of Wine

Contributed by Kelly Biermann

Wine Ages Underwater!

Pierluigi Lugano, a winemaker, inspects a bottle that contains 7 gallons of sparkling wine in Chiavari, Italy. He is storing his wine for three to four years in the sea at a depth of 200 feet and about two miles offshore. Now that we know where it is, we should all go and check it out! I wonder if his experiment will actually work...........

Contributed by Vanessa Lam

I recently tried a new kind of very sweet Hungarian wine that I’d never heard of before called Tokaji. It tastes a bit like Ethiopian honey wine. It's a pricey wine that's not super easy to find but it's so amazingly good that it's worth a try!

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

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