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?...

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...

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".

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...

Should we be aerating Champagne?

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Aerating a champagne before serving it is not a widespread practice. However, it should not be forgotten that champagne is above all...

Should we aerate old wines?

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Some people think that we should always aerate old wines. Others think that they should not be aerated at all, and only...

Should we aerate young wines?

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A young wine needs to be aired, but how? Why does it need to be aerated? As wines are sold and drunk...

Wine and basketball at the worldcup

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Basketball world cup is always an event, espacialy since the 1992 Dream Team. But basketball is worldwide now so, who from Serbia,...

Get ready for WSET with our questions & answers!

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For those who don’t know, the WSET - Wine & Spirit Education Trust - is the most important diploma in wines and...

Wine label: Artists and Château Mouton-Rothschild

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Mouton-Rothschild is one of the most famous châteaux in the world and is the first Grand Cru Classé in history. But it...

Discover Spanish wines

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Spain ranks third among wine producing countries in the world, behind Italy and France. It is a very rich wine-growing country with...

What wine should we drink by the pool?

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When we talk about Wine and pool in France, we think of a big glass of wine with ice and rosé. But...

The Sonoma Valley Wine Region

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Also known as The Valley of The Moon, the Sonoma Valley is the birthplace of California’s commercial wine industry since 1850s. There...

Africa: the forgotten wine producing countries

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Often forgotten on the list of wine producing countries, several African countries have immersed themselves in the world of wine those recent...

Light wines to enjoy your summer evenings

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With the arrival of summer, we want to enjoy the outdoor evenings again. In this article, we propose a focus on light...

Discover the best wineries in Napa Valley

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There are more than 400 wineries, in the Napa Valley and each has its unique style. In this region, you can enjoy...