Aren’t the vineyards too far north? Isn’t the grape a minor one? Not according to the makers of the Loire Valley’s best reds.
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South Africa has a way with chenin blanc, as evidenced by this unbelievably tasty, inexpensive wine.
From out of Oregon, little-known pinot gris has become America’s white-wine grape sensation.
It comes from Verona, but to us it's a perfect Venetian wine.
A new line of Italian varietals from HBO and Vesuvio Imports brings the spirit of Tony Soprano to the dinner table.
Sherry is wonderful, unique, and as grandly Andalusian as bullfights, flamencos, and the people who make it.
Carso—the harsh, windswept limestone plateau above Trieste—has started to produce attractive wines that the outside world is beginning to notice.
In storage for a few months or for many years, wine must be kept properly to preserve its integrity.
Long disregarded as a sweet wine for little old ladies, in truth sherry offers a palette of distinctive and delicious wines.
Whites made with Rhône grape varieties have become an increasingly popular category with American wine enthusiasts these days.
Celebrate the last days of summer with this delicious dry rosé from one of California's leading "Rhône Ranger" wineries.
For an excellent pinot noir that won't break the bank, try this subtle rendition from Tasmania.
Tasting notes for Côtes du Rhône red wine 2007 Vacqueyras Le Pont du Rieu.
A roundup of bottles from some of Oregon's best small vineyards.