Category Archives: Oxygen uptake in wine

First Vine Wine Topics

Back before we started blogging, first vine was sending weekly e-mails with a recipe and a wine pairing.  And occasionally a discussion of a particular wine topic.  The more informational e-mails are now here on the blog as First Vine … Continue reading

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When it comes to wine, no one likes it hot

As I’ve said before, I’m a science geek, and I really love it when I get to read scientific studies about wine.  For that reason, I always enjoy reading The Academic Wino, a blog that examines wine studies and summarizes … Continue reading

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