Port wine is often suggested as the perfect pairing for chocolates. But there are many different types of ports as there are chocolates to choose from. So which port should we go for? This article takes a look at 3 of the most commonly available ports and how they match up to milk, white and dark chocolates. Find out more inside this post.
We all know about roses, but do we really understand how to appreciate them? More than a simple summer drink, roses offer a great diversity not seen in any other wines, red or white. This is because there are no specific international rules on what grapes can be used in rose, or how they should be made.
Glutinous rice dumpling or bak chang is one of Singaporean Chinese's traditional and favourite snacks. Find out what wines go down well with the most common types of bak chang found locally in a "East meets West" culinary trip. Read our post.
Wines Online hosted our first Lenton Brae Wine Dinner at The Study on 20 September 2016. It was a sold out event. Ed Tomlinson, long time winemaker of Lenton Brae was present to guide us through his wines and shared his winemaking experience in Margaret River. Read this post for the author's take on the event and the suggested wine and food pairings
If you are planning an Easter dinner and are scratching your head over what wines to serve over the feast, we are here to help. Inside this post, we cover the main dishes and include the author's own experimental pairings to raise the fun factor. We hope you have fun exploring too. Happy Easter!
Riesling is a grape varietal that accounts for some of the most diverse wine styles. It covers the full spectrum of taste profile that ranges from bone dry to full on sweet nectar. Find out in this post some of the prevalent styles in the market, where to find them and why this author digs rieslings.