Profile: Wine Folly

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I'm a certified wine geek with a passion for meeting people, travel, and delicious food. You often find me crawling around dank cellars or frolicking through vineyards. Winner of 2013 Wine Blogger of the Year Award. Find me at @WineFolly

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The Difference Between Barolo vs. Barbaresco

Both regions are found in northwest Italy and they both produce wine with Nebbiolo grapes. So how are they different?
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Nebbiolo in a Nutshell

Recommendations, flavor profiles, & facts about the grape behind Barolo and Barbaresco in a quick five-minute read. Let’s go!
If you like your wines big, bold, and red, Nebbiolo needs to be on your radar. Hailing from Northern Italy’s Piedmont region, this grape is known for producing powerful, full-bodied, and mercilessly tannic wines—all while looking as pale as Pinot Noir!
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A Guide to Tempranillo Wine

Tempranillo is an easy to find and wildly diverse food-pairing wine that also happens to have great a great flavor profile for its value. If you’ve never had Tempranillo, or have only tried it in isolated circumstances, this guide will quickly bring you up to speed and reveal a few tips about the often undiscovered varietal.
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On Pairing Wine With Pasta

The best tip on pairing wine with pasta is to ignore the pasta and pay attention to the sauce. Pasta is simply a canvas to deliver the accompanying ingredients.
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Burger and Wine Pairings Done Right

Can a dainty glass of grape juice really edge out beer to sit beside a juicy burger? We think so.
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Wine and Moderation: What’s Healthy?

Jump inside your wine glass to learn what's good for you and what to avoid!
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This Mulled Wine Recipe Will Warm Your Soul

Mulled Wine: It was never about being classy.
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Pro Tips for Serving Port

Since there’s always a reason to have a bottle of Port on hand, here are several tips to help you enjoy it to the fullest.
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The Difference Between Organic vs Non-Organic Wine

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The dilemma with organic wines (and what sets them apart from other organic foods) is the importance of sulphur-dioxide (SO2) in the winemaking process.
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The Best Value Red Wines (2016 Edition)

The secret to finding good cheap wine is to accept the fact that wine changes every year and great buys transition from region to region depending on the quality of the vintage. Here is a summary of great places to look for the best cheap red wines (in the new world).

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On Pairing Wine With Pasta

The best tip on pairing wine with pasta is to ignore the pasta and pay attention to the sauce.

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5 American Wine Traditions Worth Keeping

Despite Europe’s head start, American wine traditions are happening quietly all around us. While wine may still not be linked closely with regional culinary traditions, the seeds of new tradition are being sewn all over America. You just have to know where to look.

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The Trouble with ‘White Label’ Wines

“White label” wines are relabeled or rebranded wines created out of the bulk wine market. While some are good, many are nothing more than relabeled bulk wines from the world’s largest wine producers.

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Authentic Italian Pizza and The Wines To Complement

Since pizzas go well with nearly every wine, we enlisted the help of Master Somm, Jack Mason, to help narrow down the selection to just Italian wines. Mason touches pizza nearly every day at Roman-themed restaurant Marta in New York City. We challenged Jack Mason to pick just one wine to match with each of the following 6 pizzas.

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