red wine

  1. October 08, 2021

    Pinotage - A Signature Grape of South Africa

    The name Pinotage is a little bit misleading because it sounds so much like Pinot Noir. It is easy to assume they taste alike. Not true. In fact, the South African grape looks and tastes more like Shiraz even though Pinotage is technically related to Pinot Noir.

    If you love a bold barbecue-friendly wine, Pinotage wine is definitely worth investigating.

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  2. September 17, 2021

    All about Grenache

    Garnacha or also known as Grenache has long been a lifesaver for Spanish, French and even Italian winemakers, but history has unfairly sent this variety to second or even third roles in the blends.

    Thanks to the efforts of the right winemakers, grenache and garnacha are returning, and this time in the status of "Mediterranean pinot noir". 

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  3. September 03, 2021

    Home Cooking With Vietnamese Beef Stew With Red Wine

    Did you know that wine is not only used to enjoy meals, it is also used as a cooking ingredient to help enrich flavor and create speciality to dishes.

    Staying at home too much and you have been wondering about what to eat today? Or are you bored with the usual daily dishes?

    The Warehouse would like to introduce you to the recipe of a Vietnamese cuisine cooked with red wine. Vietnamese Beef Stew (bò sốt vang) is about the easiest recipe for beef stew ever and has a truly unique flavor profile. You will love this dish with nice crusty bread

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  4. September 02, 2021

    Cabernet Sauvignon: What you need to know

    Cabernet Sauvignon is called the "king" of red grapes. Let's try to figure out what is the secret of its popularity all over the world.

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