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Have you ever wondered why there are different kinds of wine glasses? This infographic from Wine Coolers Reviews will illuminate the reason for different sizes and differently shaped wine glasses and help you smell the rich aroma of the right kind of wine enjoyed out of the right kind of glass for that wine.

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Lenox Tuscany White Wine Glasses 6 Piece Value Set

Lenox Tuscany White Wine Glasses 6 Piece Value Set {x2 stemware/drinkware/barware}

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The Best Cheese Pairings For Your Favorite Type of Wine

An age-old practice, factors such as tannins, fat, acidity and texture all play a role in pairing wine and cheese. Here's how you pair wine and cheese.

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Italy is known for its delicious cuisine and amazing wine, but how much do you actually know about the different grapes that go into each glass of vino? Use this guide to learn about five popular grapes used to make Italian white wine!

The Grapes Behind Italian White Wines

Italy is known for its delicious cuisine and amazing wine, but how much do you actually know about the different grapes that go into each glass of vino? Use this guide to learn about five popular grapes used to make Italian white wine!

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Chardonnay: This popular, adaptable white wine grape can be grown in just about every wine-producing country in the world. It is the grape behind the famed dry, white burgundies of France and one of the principal varietals in champagne. Typically, chardonnay is an oaked wine with medium-high acidity and a fuller body. It's flavors and aromas can range from toasty and vanilla (from the oak) to tropical fruits to slightly earthy. Food Pairing: Fatty fishes and rich cream sauces.

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Wine Glass - Floral Wine Glass - Black and White Wine Glass- Hand Painted Special Occassion Wine Glass

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Savory or Fruity? Understanding Types of White Wine by Color

How does the color of a white wine indicate its flavor? From very pale wines such as Pinot Grigio and sauvignon blanc to rich and intensely colored varieties such as oaked Chardonnay, Sauternes and old Riesling, the wine’s color can tell you a lot about how it tastes before you even smell it!

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Do you know what type of wine you like? Unsure about a sweet to dry scale? Confused on why red and white wines are served in different glasses? Read on

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