The fine wine industry is growing, and the wine producers are doing it with some of the most innovative marketing practices available to them.
And that means there are some pretty cool things to drink on the vine.
Here are seven wine-related things you need to know.
No wine at all?
Here’s a little fun fact to make your palate happier.
Most wine drinkers won’t think twice about purchasing a bottle of wine at the grocery store.
But if you want to drink something more elegant, it’s better to make sure you order a wine from a winery.
The winery will typically send you a gift certificate, which you can redeem for a bottle.
A wine tasting with a bottle is a great way to learn about the vineyard, the winemakers, the vines and the winery’s vineyard culture.
The certificate is a good way to start, though.
A winery representative will be able to show you the best wines and offer recommendations on how to order them.
The wines are typically $1.00 apiece, so the wine tasting is an inexpensive way to get some idea of how much you can expect to pay for a wine.
If you’re planning to travel for a week or two, you might want to consider getting a wine tasting ticket.
And if you’re a casual wine drinker, you can always order a bottle for yourself.
You can even get one at a winemaking restaurant.
Watch for red wine in the air.
The grape industry has been around for a long time, and you can see why.
Wine-makers use the chemical reaction of oxygen in the grapes to extract sugars from the fruit, which is then sent to wineries for bottling and packaging.
But there are more than 40 species of grapes that produce red wines, so you should know which ones are good.
Red wine is often referred to as “chocolate” because of the brown, golden-yellow color.
The most popular varieties include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernets Franche, Pinot Noir, Pinots Gris, Caber de Chalons, Cabrenzillas and Cabernos.
Some wines are also named for their red color, such as Pinot Gris Cabernett, Merckx, Cabra, Cabranos, Cabriol and Cabriere.
The best red wines come from grapes that have been grown in specific areas that are close to a vineyard.
You might want a bottle to go with the red-wine tasting.
Order a bottle at the same time as a tasting.
There are lots of ways to get a wine on the table at the right time, including on a table at a restaurant, on a patio, in a wine bar, at a farmer’s market or even at a local winery, according to the Wine and Spirits Council of the United States.
You may be able forgo a wine-tasting altogether if you can save some money.
Many wineries will send you two wine tasting tickets, which cost about $10.
You could also order two tasting tickets for $40 each, which can be an inexpensive option if you don’t have a big list of favorites.
Buy a gift card.
Many people find that they prefer to spend their wine-making cash on wine, which makes sense.
A gift card is a handy way to save on wine.
A card, like a Visa gift card, will buy you one bottle of the wine for $1 at a retailer like Wine and More.
You’ll also get one bottle for $5.
If a gift is not enough, you could also buy a wine label that includes a link to a gift-card site that will take you to a place where you can get your wine for free.
A couple of examples: The Wine Institute of America, which offers a $25 gift card to the general public, will give you a bottle or bottle of red wine at a grocery store for $25.
And the Society of the Vine offers a wine subscription service that will pay for the purchase of a bottle every six months.
The Wine Council offers a gift cards program for wine enthusiasts and members of the public, as well.
Watch out for wine in an elevator.
While most of us have our own way of enjoying wine, there are times when it’s best to avoid standing next to someone.
A report from the National Wine Institute shows that about a third of all people who drink wine in elevators are women.
A study from the International Wine and Food Council found that 20 percent of American households use an elevator when they’re drinking wine.
And studies have shown that women tend to be more sensitive to taste than men, especially if they’re going to a restaurant or bar, said Elizabeth Fagan, senior vice president of communications for the Wine Institute.
“Women are more likely to be able smell, to be drawn to wine and more likely than men to like