Author Archives: Gwendolyn

Sparkling Wine Guide

The holidays are in full swing and that means people are breaking out the bubbles. Parties, celebrations, fantastic gifts, family gatherings, holiday meals… so many things that require some delicious Champagne and sparkling wine. But the stress of picking the best one can be overwhelming. Stress no more and … More

Tags: cava, champagne, prosecco, sparkling wine
Categories: Gift Ideas, Holidays, Wine Education
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Favorite Wine Gifts

We all have wine lovers on our list that we want to impress. Check out out these awesome gifts and vote on your favorites. By voting, you’ll be entered to win some lovely accessories from us at Wine.com. Simply pick your favorites and submit! Cheers!

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Categories: Gift Ideas, Holidays
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Wines to have on hand for unexpected gifts and guests

When it comes to a quick gift, a bottle of wine is an easy – yet thoughtful and much appreciated– way to go. By the time Thanksgiving hits, I like to have a few bottles on hand for when and unexpected guest stops by (“Stay and have a glass of … More

Tags: cabernet, chardonnay, holidays, malbec
Categories: Holidays
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Make every night a Bordeaux night

No need to save Bordeaux for special occasions or let it languish in your cellar for decades. There are plenty of perfectly drinkable – and affordable! – bottles of Bordeaux for everyday drinking.

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Tags: bordeaux
Categories: What We're Drinking, Wine Education
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Tempranillo Day

It’s International #TempranilloDay – time to celebrate by opening up your favorite bottle of Tempranillo and sharing what you’re drinking and why you love it.

This grape, indigenous to Spain, is actually the fourth most planted wine grape in the world. It produces wines that are medium to full-bodied, with … More

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