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Category Archives: Wine Education

Do you have rocks in your head if you perceive minerality in wine?

If you read a lot of wine tasting notes, you’ve probably come across the wine descriptors ‘minerally’ or “minerality’. While no strict definition of minerality or minerally exist, generally reviewers use them interchangeably to describe flavours or aromas that remind …

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5 Reasons to Collect Wine: Collectors Share their Opinions

Have you ever scanned a restaurant wine list and noticed that a bottle you have in your cellar is on the list for two or three times what you paid for it? Many collectors I know love BYO restaurants for …

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Decoding the Language of Wine: A Few Terms Explained!

In my previous post, The 20 Wines with a Perfect 100 Point Robert Parker Score, I suggested that wine scores were useful because, as the Decanter wine critic Andrew Jefford explained, “the language of wine is, of necessity, highly metaphorical …

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