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Learn How to Smell Wine – Day 2

And we’re back! Learn How To smell Wine. 21 Days to Wine gets off the ground with a masterclass on how to develop a sommelier’s…

Introduction to Wine Tasting – Day 1

Day 1 is officially here! Check out the first installment of our series, Introduction To Wine Tasting, and get to know me, Annie, your personal…

Wine School Series “21 Days to Wine” Premieres this November!

DiVino has been hard at work all year to bring you our very first, professionally shot and edited DiVino Wine School series, 21 Days to…

How to Host a Wine Tasting Party (at Home)

How to Host a Wine Tasting Party

A wine tasting party at home is a great way to learn more about wine while catching up with friends. At DiVino, private wine tasting…

Learn and Taste Kosher Wine

Check out this video we made on Kosher wine, just in time for the High Holidays. To learn more, read our Guide to Kosher Wine…

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A Guide to Kosher Wine

Are There Good Kosher Wines? Back in the day Kosher wine meant one of two things: Kedem or Manischewitz. Either way it was cloyingly sweet,…

Canary Islands Wine: The Ultimate Guide

Canary Islands Wine: The Ultimate Guide

When you think of Spanish Wine, the Canary Islands may not the first growing region that comes to mind. Wine lovers are quick to name…

4 Champagne-Style Sparkling Wines from Around the World

4 Champagne-Style Sparkling Wines from Around the World

Can You Make Champagne Outside of France?  No, you cannot.  The number once difference between Champagne and other sparkling wines is that Champagne is only…

Winemaker Interview: Jean-François Coquard

Meet the man behind Italian wines and now Beaujolais wines. Jean-François Coquard truly has wine in his blood. For thirteen generations his family has produced…

Sparkling Wine and Food (A Guide)

Sparkling Wine and Food (A Guide)

Sparkling wine pairs with food in wonderful and often unexpected ways! Whether you’re drinking a Champagne from France, an Italian Franciacorta, or Spanish Cava, you’d…