Which wines to drink with sushi?

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Sushi consumption has increased considerably in the last twenty years, especially in Western countries, mainly in the USA and the UK. In...

All you need to know about the grape harvests

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That's it, the grapes are starting to show off their beautiful, definitive gowns, and the harvests can finally begin!

How do you make sparkling wine? The example of Cremant de...

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Today we would like to come back to the production of sparkling wine, like cremant, or champagne, or prosecco, or cava... For...

How to aerate a wine? The different aeration techniques!

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There are many techniques to aerate a wine, to allow its bouquet to open up and develop its aromas. Some are very...

Why Do You Need to Aerate Wine?

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Wine consumption trends are changing today. Indeed, people tend to consume wines that are younger. And the aromas of these young wines...

Wine Aerator: we explain everything

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Wine tasting is a science and an art for professionals. For the amateur, it is essentially a matter of enjoying the experience....

Green harvest: August in the vineyards

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What happens in the vineyards in August? What does the winegrower do just before the harvest? Is it summer time for him...

Wines for a party: how to choose?

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Which wines to choose for a party? You want to organize a nice moment with your friends, acquaintances, or relatives and you...

Rosé wine: how to choose it well and drink it well!

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The summer season is already well underway, and what better way to enjoy it than with a good glass of rosé wine?...

Millennials and wine: what is their relationship?

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The Millennials are a very heterogenous generation. Born between 1980 and 2000, some enter their 40s while others barely reach legal drinking...

Wine glasses: from theory to application

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Wine glasses are a must for every wine tasting. They magnify the wine, reveal its aromas and are available in all shapes and sizes....

Wine & French “art de vivre”

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For many people, the French “Art de vivre” has no equivalent in the world. All the more so, this expression is most...

Women and wine

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While in ancient times it was forbidden for women in Greek and Roman empires to drink wine - on pain of death...

Invest in wine

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Wine is an investment based on passion. Indeed, wine is originally meant to be drunk, not to be a financial investment. However,...

The Cité du Vin in Bordeaux

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Today we leave for Bordeaux to discover the Cité du Vin. With us, Solène Jaboulet Marketing and Communication Director....

Questions to Karen MacNeil, the author of “The Wine Bible”

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Aveine had the honor to interview Karen MacNeil, journalist, wine expert and author of the best seller "The Wine Bible".

Should we aerate white wine?

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We are used to aerate red wine more than white wine. However, in spite of popular belief, white wine also needs to...

Wine temperature: which red wine should I drink chilled?

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We often hear that red wine should be consumed at room temperature, and white wine should be consumed chilled. At Aveine, we...

Wine screw caps: are they so bad for the wine?

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It is obvious that today there is a tendency to stigmatize wine bottles closed with screw caps. Many people believe that wines...

Exploring the taste marks of wine

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The taste experience appeals to our 5 senses. Taste is associated with smell and sight. In the wine world, flavor is a...