Possibly one of the most misconceived facts about wine is the proper temperature to serve or drink it. You’ve probably heard some people snobbishly proclaim that wine should only be served at room temperature, while others insist that wine is undrinkable unless it’s ice cold. So who’s right and who’s misinformed?
Well… both. How so? Read on.
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Imagine combining Italy’s two most successful industries, wine and leather, into one single product. The last thing you’d think of is making one from the other. Like making wine from leather. Ridiculous! Or making leather from wine. Ridi – wait, what?
Yep. Italian research center, Vegea, is actually making leather from wine! Continue reading “The Newest in Wine Fashion is WineLeather and I’m Sold!”
This is a follow-up on the previously published article “This is All You Need to Know About Chardonnay“.
Just like any wine making country in the world, Chardonnay is very popular in Lebanon. You’ll find many Lebanese white wines made of 100% chardonnay, and many more made of blends including chardonnay. To help you maneuver the crowded Lebanese wine scene, here’s a list of 13 Lebanese white wines made from Chardonnay. Some of these are my favorites, while others I haven’t tried yet – but would love to. So make sure you follow me on Facebook and Instagram to let me know your thoughts about any of them out! Continue reading “13 Lebanese Chardonnay Wines to Try”
Happy Chardonnay day! And this time, I’m a day early with my celebrations. Chardonnay is the sweetheart of the wine world, and for good reason, too. It grows anywhere and everywhere, and is quite expressive of any region it grows in. In this article, I will break-down all the facts you need to know about this all-star grape, Chardonnay. Also, exactly like last time, I’ll follow up with a Lebanese Chardonnay wine list in the next few days. So follow me on Facebook and Instagram and stay tuned! Continue reading “This is all You Need to Know About Chardonnay Wine”
If I could buy everything online, I would. In fact, I already order everything I can, from books to makeup to random odds and ends. But most importantly, I order most of my wine online. Now, I sometimes pick up a J.P. Chenet or sparkling Martini from the supermarket on my way to a girlfriend’s place, but the majority of the wine I buy I order online. Now there aren’t many online wine vendors in Lebanon, but there are a few. There’s 209 Lebanese Wine, a strictly digital wine vendor, and there are also a few popular brick-and-mortar wine boutiques who have opened up e-shops, like Enoteca and Vintage. Continue reading “7 Reasons Why Ordering Wine Online is The Best Thing Ever”