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By Dan Berger Most of the fine wines we are offered in wine shops these days are too young to be appreciated at their best. There are several reasons for this, but the primary one is that wine is a living product, and shortly after

By Dan Berger Wine snobs will tell you that any wine tastes better in crystal wine glasses, especially those with a very thin rim and very narrow stem. And there is no question that such glasses can be advantageous when tasting certain red wines, certain

By Dan Berger People who like dry table wine are often seen as well above the soda pop culture that seems to have pervaded Americans’ drinking habits for decades, mainly because wine is generally considered to be dry or at least very slightly sweet.

By Dan Berger One of the greatest advances in wine packaging over the last decade or so has been the use of screwcaps to seal bottles of wine that are intended for immediate consumption. The twist-off aluminum cap now so widely used has the

By Dan Berger There is an old saying in the wine business that almost all wine is consumed within 24 hours of its purchase, preferably not on the way home from the store! And yet aging of red wines, in particular, and even a

If you’re still reading this (meaning you’ve made it past the title), congratulations! We're glad you're as curious as we are regarding this important subject. The topic in this article is a hot one among impassioned lovers of fine organic wines, so we'll start by

Unless you are a millionaire or independently wealthy, chances are you’re looking for a bargain when you go to your local wine and spirits store. We all want delicious, quality wine, but who wants (or can afford) to shell out $50 or more for one