Why do we get that awful red wine headache after just a few sips? Here are a few reasons and how to avoid it in the future.
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People love pinot because it tastes great on its own and with nearly every food. But there's more to this red than meets the eye.
We would be remiss if we didn’t create a list of great wine terms that are simple and help you describe what you like in a wine.
What is a rosé wine anyway and how is it made? Our rosé is made entirely from pinot noir grapes in a direct press method, but we'll get into all...
What is natural wine anyway? It's not as new as you think.
Profile Four: How Varietals Differ from Taste Profiles and Where We Talk About Pinot Noir, Barbera and Pais
At BOXT we blend our wines based on creating a wine that tastes and feels the way you want it to, not on varietals alone.
Profile Four Five: How Varietals Differ from Blending wine for Taste Profiles and Where We Talk about Pinot Noir, Tempranillo and Malbec
Single varietals are subject to everything and anything that happens to the grapes during the year before harvest.
Believe it or not, movement and wine can be mindful – because anything can be mindful, anything can be done with focus and intention.
Profile Five: How Varietals Differ from Taste Profiles and Where We Dive into Merlot, Bordeaux and Stags’ Leap
This is the third in our series of deeper dives into each of our profiles, the origins of their varietals, why they taste the way they do and why we...
So what flowers should you be looking for in your next glass?
Profile Six: How Varietals Differ from Taste Profiles and Where We Dive into Zinfandel, Malbec and the Gold Rush
In our series on terrior and profiles versus vartietals we’re exploring our Profile Six and some of the wines that make up this luscious, soft, sweeter red.
When you’re looking for a wine and you see that it has high acidity, you’re looking at a wine that should taste bright, crisp and tart.