Many people are intimidated by the idea of making their first sip of wine. However, this process can be simplified into an easier journey when you know how to choose your bottle correctly and what flavors will work best for yourself as well! Wine is a wonderful addition to the world of fine dining. Learning how to choose wines that offer different flavors will help you fall in love with wine, participate more often and find your favorite type!
As the wine world is marching toward eco-consciousness, customers begin to see different labels on their beloved wine bottles. These new labels leave them questioning if they are drinking the right wine.
Do you know why the wine glass is filled one-third of its capacity? Well, wine needs space to breathe, aerate, and for giving it a good swirl. With proper aeration, you can enjoy the aroma and the richness of the ingredients.
Did you know the Palavino wine glasses are trusted and are the favorite of over 200 wineries situated across Italy? Also, you have a reason to trust your favorite wine with the glasses which Sommeliers have approved!
If you are not a wine connoisseur, it may not be easy to read between the “wines”, understand which wine would satiate your cravings, and give you the experience of heavenly indulgence! Red, white, rosé, or maybe sparkling for you? When you are out for dinner, you wouldn’t want to make “pour” decisions. So, let us help you choose the right wine to satiate your taste buds.
This week on the Palavino blog we’ve interviewed Sonoma Wine Blogger @ollyverthewino about how “anyone can fall in love with wine at any price point” and how she has cultivated one of the most accessible and authentic wine blogger feeds out there!
As we get ready to give you all our Palavino tips and tricks for a date night in as we head toward Valentine's Day, we've partnered up with @baraaticecream, founded in Brooklyn and dedicated to creating the "scoop you want to marry!" Sounds perfect for Valentine's Day.
We recently sat down (virtually of course) with the wonderful Lindsay Hoopes of the Hoopes Vineyard in Napa Valley, to chat about what it means to run a vineyard, how challenging this year has been, and what she's unveiling this year!