If you’re planning a trip to Chile, here’s a quick primer on Chilean wine!
Officially called botrytis cinerea, most people just refer to this fungus as “botrytis.” Botrytis affects a number of plant species, but when it comes to wine making, it can actually be a benefit. Botrytis can cause two different infections on wine grapes. The first is grey rot, which causes a loss in overall yield, making […]
The most well-known Old World wine regions typically are France, Germany, Italy, and Spain. While these may be the powerhouses behind Old World wine, there are a number of other emerging wine producing regions that are worth checking out. Lebanon — One of World’s Oldest Wine Producing Regions Lebanon is actually one of the oldest […]
Sadly, our wine collection at home has been rather neglected as of late – between traveling the past few months and moving into a new place, we calculated that we’ve eaten more meals at various airports than our own home so far this year! Last night was an unusually cold and windy night in Taipei so we opted to skip going out […]
To pair with our leftover bifteki burgers, we opted to try another rosé we bought at random while grocery shopping. Since we are basically limited in our wine options here on the island, we chose several rosés to pair with our pork dishes. Rosés are the main wine that come from the Côtes de Provence region. […]