This Week In Wine Review

This Week In Wine Review: September 11 – 17, 2016

This Week In Wine: We answer 5 popular wine questions, we review the 2010 World’s End Wavelength Red Blend, and we share a favorite meal, oven baked St. Louis ribs recipe and red wine pairing.

Welcome to this weeks edition of This Week in Wine — your one-stop serving of this week’s best wine related posts, including wine tips (aka Grape Tips), wine recommendations and food and wine recipe pairings, pulled from our weekly editions of This Week In Wine. Bookmark this page to peruse while you cheerfully and (very) warmly welcome September — and start your weekend off on the right foot. Here’s to another delicious week!

 

Wine 101

This Week In Wine 101: 5 Common Wine Questions Answered

This #TipTuesday we’d like to help you better understand wine because there seems to be so much to know. So here are 5 of the most common wine questions (and answers) we receive, answered as simply as possible. This is Grape Tips Tuesday where our goal is to educate you about wine and related topics, thereby boosting your confidence in all things wine. Pretty soon you’ll be the one schooling all your friends and family at the next office or dinner party.

Wine Wednesday

2010 World's End Wavelength Red Blend - THEGRAPEWine Wednesday: World’s End Wavelength Red Blend 2010 ($70)

The World’s End is a culmination of over 15 years of winemaking experience in Saint Emilion, Bordeaux and overseas, by Jonathan Maltus and his team. The highly acclaimed, 2010 World’s End ‘Wavelength’ red blend, is filled with floral, herbal, blackberry, coffee and brown sugar aromas and flavors. Even though this wine is a little pricier than most of the wines we typically review, you won’t be sorry to have splurged on a bottle of the Wavelength red blend, in fact, we think you’ll be floored! This is why we’ve given it our highest rating, Grape Certified Platinum.

Food & Wine Friday

Barbecue St. Louis Ribs recipe with wine - THEGRAPE

This Week In Food & Wine: Oven Baked St. Louis Ribs And Wine

Soon it will wintertime and with temperatures below freezing (32°F) in many parts of the country, barbecuing won’t be an option for most. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a traditionally bbq’d dish. That is of course unless you don’t have an oven. Oven baked St Louis ribs are an absolutely amazing way to enjoy this American classic. Combine it with a favorite side or two and you’ll be feasting like royalty.

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This has been another great week of Wine 101, aka  Grape Tips, Wine Wednesday recommendations and Food & Wine Recipes! We hope you enjoyed this episode of This Week In Wine. We’re not only confident you’ll enjoy this weeks grape tip but we’re excited for you to try this week’s food and wine suggestions. If you enjoyed this post please don’t forget to like it above and join the discussion by leaving a rating and a comment below. Thanks and we’ll see you next week for another edition of This Week In Wine. Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments below and at www.thegrape.com. Cheers!

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