White Wine

Grape varieties, production methods, food and wine pairings, service and storage: discover all our articles on white wine.

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  1. aged wines
    Tasting and service

    Aged wines?

    Drinking an aged wine is a moment for appreciating its history, the work of the artisan who made it and, above all, the incredible alchemy that went into creating its aromas, which when paired with the effects of time work to produce what appears in the glass in your hand. Whether red or white, what is an aged wine?

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    Tasting and service

    Decanting: when, how, why

    How much do you really know about decanters, every wine lover's best friend?

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  3. Creating a wine cellar
    Conservation

    Guide to preserving your wine

    A nice cellar is a diversified cellar. It should contain a little of everything: Monday night bottles at $20, Saturday night bottles at $35 and bottles for important occasions and major celebrations.

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  4. Wine stored in a cellar
    Conservation

    Should wine be stored in a cellar?

    Does wine have to be kept in a cellar? The answer depends on how you plan to drink your wines. There’s an appropriate solution for every choice.

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  5. Open bottles
    Conservation

    Storing Opened Bottles

    How to store alcohol once the bottle’s been opened.

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  6. Wine tasting
    Tasting and service

    What bottle to open first?

    What bottle should you open first? And what’s the difference between a red, a white and a port? The most important thing to remember is that you need to give each bottle a chance to shine!

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  7. Snapshot of Veneto
    Profiles

    Snapshot of Veneto

    Soave, Valpolicella, Pinot Grigio, Prosecco, Amarone: Veneto bottles some of Italy’s most popular wines.

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  8. Ontario wine
    Profiles

    Wine getaway in Ontario

    Wine aficionados and foodies should keep Ontario in mind for their next trip—it has a lot to offer!

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  9. niagara peninsula vineyard
    Profiles

    The Niagara Peninsula

    What do you think about when you think of Niagara Falls? Certainly, there are hotels with heart-shaped beds, haunted houses and plenty of miniature golf courses... But besides the tourist centre that’s frozen in time and the majestic Falls themselves, Niagara is also a wine region worth checking out—particularly since it’s practically our next-door neighbour!

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  10. Wine cellar
    Profiles

    Bordeaux supérieur

    Think Bordeaux and what usually come to mind are the well-known Grands Crus and their stratospheric prices. But there are pearls to be found in some of the smaller appellations.

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  11. Piedmont
    Profiles

    Portrait of Piedmont

    Located not far from Turin, Piedmont is the land of Nebbiolo, the well-known red grape that is used in the production of many a great wine. But it is also home to many other treasures, both wine and food included.

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  12. Wine glasses
    Profiles

    Venetian wine

    Veneto is a world-renowned region, but beyond its lagoon, it also offers vineyards to discover (or rediscover). Here’s a quick tour through Veneto.

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