Wine aging really isn’t an art form, but there are a few rules, the first one being to avoid drinking your wine the day after you bottle it. The second one is that aging wine to perfection is really a matter of personal preference. After being bottled, wine goes into what is termed as ‘bottle … Continue reading Is aging wine really necessary?
The final step in craft winemaking is bottling your brew. It’s not necessary to purchase wine bottles for each new batch of wine. In fact, one way to keep your winemaking costs down is recycling your bottles. Keeping your bottles clean and dust free though can make a difference in the quality and taste of your … Continue reading Bottle Your Own Wine Toronto
Not every venue is open to the idea of the wedding party preparing and bringing their own wedding wine. But there are lots of other ways to make craft winemaking a part of your wedding and capitalize on savings. Making your own wedding wine is a great ice breaker for the bridal party. Involve them … Continue reading Wine as special occasion gifts such as weddings
It’s always nice to bring home a special bottle of wine when traveling. Or when visiting friends you may want to share some of the Exceptional craft wines you’ve brewed at Wine Butler… but how to pack wine so it survives the trip. Put your worries to rest with this article from the Australian Business … Continue reading How to carry wine in your luggage.
So, you decided to make your own wedding wine. You’ve cleared it with your venue and are ready to get started. The next question is: how much wedding wine do you need and which wines would be the best choice? Keep in mind that you are only really expected to serve wine with dinner. Your … Continue reading Wedding Wine: Which wines work best?
Wedding costs quickly add up. Looking for creative ways to reduce costs and keep within your budget are important. Making your own wedding wine is a great way to save dollars without sacrificing quality. How much cheaper is it to make your own wedding wine? Quite a bit. Purchasing wine through the LCBO or your … Continue reading Save $$ by making your own wedding wine
We’d like to thank Lois Abraham of Canadian Press for this great post in Canada.com. We couldn’t have said it better ourselves, so we decided to just reprint it. Abraham chats with Canadian wine lover Natalie MacLean about making sparkling wine work for you. According to MacLean, sparkling wines aren’t just delicious they pair with … Continue reading Sparkling Wine: Food & Cooking Friendly
Who knew that there were so many ways to deal with red wine stains? When we posted Removing Red Wine Stains – Take One which included the tips we knew, on the Wine Butler Facebook page, we had 18 comments and some new solutions. Our readers suggested… Spray with hairspray ( if you happen to … Continue reading Removing Red Wine Stains – Take Two
We’ve all been there. You’re hosting a dinner party and a guest has brought a bottle of wine. The next question is: Should it be served that evening with dinner? Having good wine etiquette can help both guest and host overcome an awkward situation. As a guest, it’s always appropriate to bring wine to dinner. And it … Continue reading Wine Etiquette for both Guests and Hosts
Having an over-abundance of different wine glasses for each and every wine, might be great for the dedicated wine lover, but what about those of us who are causal wine drinkers? Is it really necessary to serve white wine in white wine glasses and red wines in red wine glasses? According to the experts – yes it does. … Continue reading Red or White Wine Glasses – Does It Really Matter?