"Wine" Blogs & Blog Posts

French Photo Du JourFrench Photo Du Jour

Real photos. Real France. Daily snapshots and snippets of life in France......

 
Tagami Food, Wine & TravelTagami Food, Wine & Travel

Liz Tagami, international food and wine broker, sends updates from the cool...

 
Bacchus and Beery Wine BlogBacchus and Beery Wine Blog

An enthusiastic wine blog dedicated to tasting, enjoying, discovering, and ...

 
Food FlirtFood Flirt

Food adventures at home and on the road with international award winning au...

 
Another Wine BlogAnother Wine Blog

Wine, beer, food and a lot of attitude.

 
Italian wine blogItalian wine blog

I had my first sip of wine when I was 2, I can still recall that moment lik...

 
Jam and Clotted CreamJam and Clotted Cream

Cornish based food and recipe blog

 


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I had planned to kick off the new year with a little P&S retreat, but with working on a new hire and general January stuff, I decided to keep things simple and have a day of planning, organizing, and prepping for the new year instead. It was actu...

Owning separate glasses for red and white wine is a signal to the world that you’ve “made it.” Luckily, you don’t need to have actually made it; you just need $17 to get six of each, an all-time low. Cheers to that.Read more...

Hello, friendly friends, and welcome this year’s last installment of Will It Sous Vide?, the weekly column where I make whatever you want me to with my immersion circulator.Read more...

A bottle of wine is a common gift, but if you have a little travel between the bottle you want to give and the person you’re giving it to, you want to make sure it survives the journey. Grab a pair of socks—here’s the easiest way to do that.Rea...

Simple corkscrews are tricky to master, and expensive corkscrews are, well, expensive. But I haven’t used a corkscrew in years, ever since I saw a pro opening bottles with a simple $5 two-prong cork puller. These devices are cheap, quick, easy, and...

You might want to fill your glass to the brim with that fine chardonnay, but if you do, you’ll diminish the experience a bit. There’s a simple trick to pouring the perfect amount of wine in every type of wine glass.Read more...

I recently attended a tasting of wines from Georgia (the country, not the US state) and discovered there was much more I did not know about the world of wine! Traditionally made Georgian wines are unique, and if you've never had wines fermented i...