The Wine Feed Blog

Wine Tips For Thanksgiving 2014

How To Hit A Grand Slam With Turkey OR Ham Thanksgiving dinner tables all look a little bit different. Some of us like to go with foods that are off the beaten path, while others stick to the classics. Every year we chat with people who just can't figure out how to reach that balance of wines that pair well with the meal, and wines that people just enjoy drinking. To help, we've come up with 3 tips below to help you as you prepare for November 27!                    Tip # 1: Bigger isn't better… Read more »

Best of 2013 at The Wine Feed

2013 at The Wine Feed was such an amazing year! Thank you all so much for your support, and for shopping with us throughout the year. The year culminated with The Wine Feed moving into our new space at 602 Glenwood Avenue, but there was a lot to be excited about before then as well. Here’s a recap of The Wine Feed milestones and customer favorites from 2013. Most Popular Wines of 2013. Two Spanish wines stole the show in 2013: the Honoro Vera Monastrell and the Altozano Verdejo & Sauvignon Blanc. At only $10 each, these two wines were… Read more »

A Taste of France, By Way of South America

This article is a reprint of an article Laura wrote for the Triangle Downtowner. Over the past 20 years, South American wines have gained immense popularity on wine store shelves and restaurant wine lists. Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay produce wines from a variety of internationally popular grapes, such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, but South America has also become famous for resurrecting several obscure French grape varieties that have flourished in the continent’s wide variety of unique terroirs. European grapes first made their way to South America by route of missionaries and conquistadores in the 1500s, who planted mainly Spanish… Read more »