Bread and wine have more in common than you’d think. Sure, they’ve been enjoyed together for millennia, feed billions daily, and feature prominently in the world’s major religious texts, but that’s not all. Despite endless variations in flavor, looks, and methodology, bread and wine have one more thing in common: fermentation. That’s right — even your Wonder […]
Most of us are on a budget (not talking to you, Beyonce). Many of us like white wine. Some of us have attempted to purchase white wine on said budget and found ourselves in the wasteland of powerfully high acid Pinot Grigio and “I can’t believe it’s not butter” Chardonnay.
You’re all set and excited to open a bottle of wine, but when you pull the cork you find that the side that was inside the bottle is covered in little red or white crystals. Immediately you begin to wonder if this means there’s something wrong with the bottle that until five seconds ago you […]
If you’ve ever taken a wine class or have been around, say, Chardonnay drinkers, the term “malolactic fermentation” may have been on the wine-soaked tongues of your peers. It also may have been referred to by its nickname, “malo,” as in, “Wow, I’m totes getting some serious malo on this Chard.” It’s a term used […]