Everyone here at Tiedemann On Wines.com wishes you and your families a safe and happy 4th of July. May you enjoy the long weekend with those you love and enjoy some great wines!
Did you ever wonder what is in the glass of wine you are drinking? We know wine is made from grapes and yeast, but perhaps you did not know there is a long list of other ingredients that wine can contain. Winemakers can use as many as 60 different products to remedy issues or increase the flavor of a wine…wine additives, wine ingredients, winemaking
I am aware that I have written a lot on wine and cheese in the last months but with summer upon us I think it is a terrific topic to cover thoroughly. One important item we haven’t discussed yet is charcuterie (typically pronounced “shahr-ku-tuh-ree” in the U.S.) which is the art of preparing and assembling cured meats and other meat products…Charcuterie, Charcuterie Boards, cheese, food and wine, food and wine pairings, meat
Often at wine events, or in general conversation, I am asked to explain the characteristics of wines. I find this a little maddening at times, as there are so many terms to choose from and I will be the first to admit I do not know a third of them…acidity, aroma, balance, body, finish, midpalate, nose, robust, tannins, wine lingo, wine terms
I know this is my fourth wine and cheese blog this year, but I think it is a great topic with lots to learn, especially with the summer almost upon us. As I have said before, Mrs. Tiedemann and I really enjoy just having cheese as a meal sometimes. In this article I am going to discuss pairing Merlot with cheese…Merlot and cheese
Here we are at the end of May and summer is upon us. I am ready for a lot of deck time with my family and friends, and of course, a glass of wine or two. There are actually two answers to the question: Should I change my wine with the season? The first answer is: absolutely. The second answer is…