Check out some of our favorite articles, diving into common wine misconceptions & questions.
Denver Is Finally Tapping Into the Keg-Based Wine Trend - 5280 East and Drink, Antony Bruno
Keg wine, of course, is nothing new. Over the last 10 years, the format has started to make waves in larger wine markets like California, Texas, New York, Atlanta, and Boston.
Colorado Rising: Behind the World’s First High Desert Hybrid Wine Region. Wine Industry Network, Kathleen Willcox
Colorado wine has been produced since 1890. Why is it just now gaining popularity? Learn why Colorado is the next best wine producer.
PURE Lies: Winemaker Adam Lee Puts a ‘Clean Wine’ to the Test
Vinography, Adam Lee
Can a wine truly be sugar free? Debunk this lie and discover how even "sugar free" wines, actually contain sugar.
No, Your Wine Is Not Packed with Sugar
WineSpectator, Mitch Frank
Is wine full of sugar and calories? Read this article to learn why this isn't exactly the case.
Those Shrink-Wrapped Sleeves Atop Wine Bottles Have Got to Go
WineEnthusiast, Sean P. Sullivan
Why do wine bottles have foil capsules on top? Learn about the tradition, and why many wineries are now saying goodbye to foil.
Why Hybrid Grapes Could Be the Future of Wine
WineEnthusiast, Jahdé Marley
What are hybrid grapes and why are they the future of the wine industry? Read this article to find out!
Hybrid Wine Finds Its Format
Wine-Searcher, Kathleen Willcox
Hybrid varietals are growing in popularity and their potential is bigger than ever. Learn how are these unique grapes are used and which wine-making styles suits them best.