A Glass For Your Wine

Wine glasses and flutes make the wine and champagne look pretty and presentable. But their shape, size, and fragility all have an effect on the drink. It can change the wine taste and intensify or lessen aromas. Lettie Teague of WSJ and Jancis Robinson each discuss how they have learned to appreciate a fine glass almost…

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Sommeliers Are The New Teachers

As wine collectors, should we be spending more time getting educated by our sommeliers? David White discovers more about today’s sommeliers and the ways in which they want to share their knowledge with the incoming wine enthusiasts. He admires how restaurant owner and wine expert, Max Kuller, takes time to teach his staff about the affordable wine…

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Be wary who you invest with

Here at Wine Posts, we collect wine for a simple reason: because we enjoy it and like to drink it. Investing in wine is a more dubious process. Yes, first growth Bordeaux and collectible Burgundy has a great history of appreciation, as a quick search on WinePrices will tell you.  However,  between questionable vintages, ratings misses,…

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Geeking Out On DRC

Most serious wine collectors have a pretty decent working knowledge of DRC and its famous wines. However, sometimes it’s fun just to revisit all the little things that you thought you already knew. Wine Searcher has a great article worth reading on random DRC knowledge this week. Here’s a great example from the article:

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