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Welcome to e-WineClubs.com! Not only do we review the major wine clubs on the market, we literally get them sent to us, take our own pictures, and give you the most accurate and honest reviews possible!

We test and review all of the wine clubs on the market to compile a list of our favorites. Our goal is to provide fair and honest reviews to help the consumer make an educated decision. With the holiday season here, now is the time to get a club as a present for yourself or someone else!

At our site, you will be able to browse wine clubs based on a variety of factors. Whether you want an all white wines, 2 bottle shipments, international wines, and etc, you can browse for clubs with those specifications!

There are many factors we look at when ranking these clubs, such as price, quality of wine, customer service, tasting notes/newsletters, and more. The most important factors are quality of wine and pricing. However, don't underestimate the tasting notes and/or newsletters which come with your shipment. These are great tools which can help you get a wine education as you are enjoying the wine.

 

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This is not only a great gift for friends, family, and co-workers but also make a great gift for yourself. You can get high quality wine and can give consumers a wine education. Now, not everyone will get a wine education, only the people who put a little effort into it.

After receiving my first order, I didn't know anything about wine. After a week and after going through a bottle or two of the wine, I decided to glimpse at the tasting notes. I noticed it listed the flavors and aromas in each bottle. I remember being impressed at all the different flavors one wine had. I quickly learned that the aging process can add more flavors and aromas which give the wine a more distinguished taste.

If you put some effort into your wine, you'll be happy at how much you can learn.

Find the right club for you by check out our most popular wine clubs list.

WINE DRINKING TIPS

The Right Wine Glass Does Make A Difference

The wine glass used can make a big difference in the way the wine looks, smells, and tastes. Quality wine glasses do not have to cost a fortune and can be found online as well as many retail stores. The first step is to decide the types of wine glasses needed. For smaller budgets it is possible to purchase wine glasses that are multipurpose and will work well with almost any varietal.

The bowl of these glasses should be deep, and the diameter should be moderate. An ideal height is between 8-10 inches. This type of wine glass will work well for most wines, except for sparkling wines including champagne. Make sure the glass is thin and clear, and avoid ones with colored glass or decorations.

If a bigger budget is available or the wines used are limited to certain varietals it is possible to find wine glasses designed for a specific varietal for the most enjoyment from the wine. These glasses can be found for Chardonnay, Bordeaux, and many other wines. This route can be more expensive but also offers a better wine experience. Some retailers and online shops carry these glasses for less than top brands.

Champagne and sparkling wine glasses are designed differently, with a bowl that is tall and narrow. This design limits the surface space available to the wine so that fewer bubbles dissipate. Anyone who enjoys wine should invest in quality wine glasses, and care for these glasses properly. Always hand wash the glasses with warm soapy water, and then dry by hand with a soft cloth to prevent any scratching or breakage.

 

Red Wine Types

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There are many red wine types out there, but 5 wine types stand out more than most. They are Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Syrah, and Tempranillon. Let's take a look at each one of these wine varieties in this article:

First off, Cabernet Sauvignon, is one of the most recognized red wine types and is very popular in California regions. The grapes are quite thick-skinned and therefore are easy to grow in many regions around the world. You will sometimes experience pencil lead flavors, deep colors, and sometimes hints of oak since that is what the wine is most commonly aged in.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 June 2012 03:59 Read more...
 

White Wine Types

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white wine types White wine types can vary greatly in taste, but they offer many similarities at the same time. If you want to learn more about the top white wine types, look no further. In this article, we'll dive into the top 5 white wine varieties out there.

To start off, let's look at one of the most popular white wine types out there, Chardonnay. Chardonnay is made all over the world and you would be surprised to taste the differences in Chardonnay from the different wine regions of the world. For example, in California, you will find more creamy Chardonnays with peach notes. In other parts of the world, you may taste major differences. If you are new to white wine, then Chardonnay is a great place to start.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 June 2012 03:59 Read more...
 


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