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Social media got you whizzing your wine in a blender to aerate it? Please don't!

This social media trend has got several vino lovers frothing up their wine with an electric whisk to quickly aerate it and improve the flavour

Use a decanter to aerate your wine and appreciate its complexities (Shutterstock)
Published on Apr 11, 2024 01:10 PM IST
ByAbigail banerji

Total solar eclipse: From skydiving to wine tasting, New York ready for tourists

Travelling to New York to spot the rare total solar eclipse, shrouded in complete darkness? Don't miss these 6 touristy events, from skydiving to wine tasting

A marquee announces a solar eclipse party as part of the town's celebration of the April 8 solar eclipse in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Communities across the US in the path of totality of the April 8 eclipse are holding festivals and preparing to host a massive influx of visitors to view the rare celestial phenomenon. Total solar eclipse: From skydiving to wine tasting, New York readies for eclipse tourists (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images/AFP)
Published on Apr 07, 2024 04:25 PM IST
Bloomberg | | Posted by Zarafshan Shiraz

Sake finds a new audience in the evolved wine drinker

Sake, a cornerstone of Japanese culture, is crafted from rice, water, and koji, a unique mold that develops on rice husks, imparting distinct flavours.

While sake consumption in Japan has been in a freefall, with the younger generation showing a marked disinterest in the beverage, exports have grown(Freepik)
Published on Apr 06, 2024 10:40 AM IST

Crisp whites and bold reds in Hunter Valley, Australia’s oldest wine region

Plan a trip to Hunter Valley in Australia to meet the passionate winemakers, sample world-famous vintages and sip semillon in the sun.

Home to 150 wineries, Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine region.(F Delventhal - Flickr: Hunter Valley Means Vineyards, CC BY 2.0,
Published on Mar 02, 2024 09:22 AM IST

Grape expectations: Swetha Sivakumar on the science of wine

The recipe for wine is simple enough. But what unfolds in the barrel is a process so intricate that it was only decoded, by Louis Pasteur, in the 1800s.

The process depends, eventually, on the consumption and excretion patterns of a living thing – yeast – over an extended period. As a result, dramatic variations can occur, in ways that remain unexplained, even today. (Shutterstock)
Updated on Feb 10, 2024 10:51 PM IST
BySwetha Sivakumar
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