How long does an open bottle of wine last?
Most wines will last for at least 3-4 days with sparkling wines losing their fizz after 2 days Light White, Sweet White and Rosé Wine5–7 days in fridge with a cork Most light white and rosé wines will be drinkable for up to a week when stored in your refrigerator. You’ll notice the taste will change subtly after the first day, as the wine oxidizes. Full-Bodied White Wine3–5 days in fridge with a cork Full-bodied white wines, like oaked Chardonnay and... read more
Wines of the USA: Are you getting more bang for your buck ?
The United States has confidently come of age as one of the world's top wine-producing nations. Its reputation may be founded on the global fame of Napa and Sonoma, but the U.S. is home to countless lesser-known wine regions producing world-class wines (obvious examples include Oregon's Willamette Valley and the New York Finger Lakes). Wine has been made in The States for around 400 years, but it is only in the last 40 that American wine really began to earn respect... read more
Beaujolais Nouveau making a huge comeback
Each year, on the third Thursday of November, the world rejoices at the release of Chateau De Pizay’s highly anticipated Beaujolais Nouveau wines. Bottled just a few weeks after the harvest, the wines are considered to be a preview of the vintage to come, as well as a celebration of the bounty of the Beaujolais harvest. Per French law and tradition, Chateau De Pizay 2022 Beaujolais Nouveau, will be available worldwide Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022The 2022 Beaujolais Nouveau displays a... read more