Yellow Tail Wine and Mikasa Wine Glasses


Yellow Tail wine is a special type of wine which is produced in the Casella Winery located in Australia. This winery belongs to the Casella family which has a rich history in producing wines. They have developed an ingenious technique which enables the wine makers to neutralize the natural acidity of the wine thus creating an acid free wine. The great thing about Yellow Tail wine is that because of the fact that the tartness and acidity was removed, it became a great alternative for people that don’t like wine very much. Because of these facts Yellow Tail wine has become the number one imported wine in the U.S. and even tough it was developed quite recent, in the year 2000, it enjoys great popularity amongst the consumers.

Yellow Tail wine comes with a reasonable price also. One bottle costs around $7 so basically anyone can afford it. This makes it great for parties or large gatherings because it is liked by both the people that like and don’t like wine. There are many varieties of Yellow Tail wine such as Pinot Noir, Semillon, Rosé, Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and each of these have their own specific label color.

One can not enjoy Yellow Tail wine without having proper glassware. The best glassware available today has to be the Mikasa. Mikasa glasses are known for their quality and durability. Considering the fact that Mikasa is a brand that has been around for a long time, one should expect only the best quality available. Mikasa glasses come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, each designed for different types of wines. One can find Mikasa glasses for white wine, for red wine or for champagne. There are also many collections to choose from according to taste and budget. For example if you need quality basic wine glassware for everyday use, you can opt for the Cheers glass collection. This collection also comes with an affordable price tag of $20 to $25. On the other hand, if you desire something more elegant and refined, the Arctic Lights glasses collection will be just the thing you need. Although the cost can come to as much as $20 – $40 per one glass, it is an investment worth to make for a true wine lover.


Source by Angella Jones Brown