With over 1,300 different wine grapes out there how do you find wines you'll like? Discover similar tasting wines with this chart of almost 200 different types of wine. Organized by style and then flavor, it's easy to see the taste relationships and look for synonymous wines. A great exploratory tool for a wine lover.
How drunk you get depends on how much pure alcohol your drink contains. One way to calculate this is by counting units. One unit is 10 ml of pure alcohol. It takes the average adult around an hour to process this so that there's none left in their bloodstream, although this varies from person to person. The alcohol content in drinks is also expressed as a percentage of the whole drink. Familiarize yourself with the alcohol percentages of your favorite drinks by learning about the alcohol content of wine, beer, and liquor.
Infographic including some of the most interesting facts about French wine and French wine production.
New Zealand sets the benchmark for this explosively flavoured style, which typically assails the senses with green capsicum (bell-pepper) and gooseberry characters through to lush passionfruit and tropical fruit overtones. Outgoing, pungent and crisp!
The below infographic depicts the proper amounts of years you should leave a red wine sit for it to taste Immature, Optimal, or Tired. People tend to think that you can age all wines, or that the longer you age them, the better it is. As the below infograph shows, that is not always the case, and that for particular wines, you really need to watch how long you let it sit before it can turn into straight vinegar! We made this infographic because our website is primarily focused on providing all of the basic information about almost any wine you can think of so you can reference and enjoy. 
The star ingredient of a dish should not be your only consideration when choosing a wine to go with it. You also need to take the other flavors of the dish into account. Learn more about wine pairings by viewing this great infographic.
 Facts and figures. Good luck to you and we hope you enjoy your future of swirling, sniffing, and sipping.