Removing Red Wine Stains – Take Two

Who knew that there were so many ways to deal with red wine stains? When we posted Removing Red Wine ...
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Wine Butler fans create a wine story

On November 20, Wine Butler's Facebook friends decided to write a story. We started the first line and 42 of ...
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Making Your Own Wine: Fun, Cheaper & Educational

From time to time we stumble upon a really interesting article that we like to share with our fellow wine ...
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Wine Etiquette for both Guests and Hosts

We’ve all been there. You’re hosting a dinner party and a guest has brought a bottle of wine. The next question ...
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Red or White Wine Glasses – Does It Really Matter?

Having an over-abundance of different wine glasses for each and every wine, might be great for the dedicated wine lover, but ...
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When is red wine perfectly chilled?

Some winemaker started a great discussion on the Wine Butler Facebook Page on whether or not to chill red wine. If this ...
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Storing Wine – In Your Home or Apartment

Making your own wine from a wine kit is fun, rewarding and cost saving. Properly storing your wine will help it ...
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Let Your Wine Breathe – It Enhances The Flavour

Are you guilty of opening up a bottle of wine without waiting for it to breathe? Whether you’ve made the wine ...
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How to handle a broken cork

It’s happened to all of us, regardless of what kind of sommelier you are. When opening up a bottle of wine, ...
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Wine & Cheese: The dynamic duo

Wine and cheese are two of life’s great culinary pleasures, and finding the perfect match can be a delicious endeavor ...
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Building A Personal Wine Cellar

To experience a variety of wines at a reasonable cost, we recommend building your own wine cellar that will be ...
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Sommeliers Are Your Friend

Sommeliers want to help you choose your next wine. In fact, their job is to take the guess work of ...
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Storing Wine with Screw Tops

The great debate continues - how to properly store wine. This time however, there's a twist at the top, as ...
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How to Host a Wine Tasting Party

A wine tasting party is a creative way to gather friends and family together to learn about wine and experiment ...
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Wine Tasting: Only YOUR tastebuds know for sure

A recent study has revealed what we have often suspected; the most important wine taster is you the wine consumer ...
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Does the wine glass really affect the taste of the wine?

In our mind, this discussion never ends. And while we would agree that having a variety of wine glasses particularly ...
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To Decant or Not to Decant – That is the question!

We who consume craft wines have a tendency to drink them a little younger than we might ideally like. Even ...
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Tips On Making Your Own Wedding Wine

So you're getting married and you want the best, but need to keep your costs in line. With a little ...
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When You Plan To Give Wine As A Gift

Beppi Crosariol, Life columnist for The Globe and Mail  talks wine etiquette. We've re-printed many of his ideas here and ...
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Winemaking In Toronto & Mississauga: Bottle Your Own Wine

Looking to understand taste and balance in wine? Then be sure to read Bill Zacharkiw, the Montreal Gazette's wine critic ...
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