These are six great Corsican wines, all made from indigenous grapes, that are available in the United States.
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A trebbiano-verdicchio-malvasia-grechetto blend is stylish and rustic, citric and earthy all at once.
These complex wines aren't yet popular with American palates, but their surprising flavor profiles deserve a second look.
From effervescent pinks to rich fizzy reds, these sparkling wines are perfect for Valentine's Day.
When it comes to entertaining, we want wines that pair easily with a variety of foods and don't cost too much per bottle so we can buy enough to generously serve a crowd. Out of all the wines we tried in 2011, these are the bottles that stood out for this purpose.
The dry, earthy, effervescent wines we adore from the five lambrusco appellations in Italy's Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy regions are nothing like the sweet pink stuff that flooded the American market in the 1970s and '80s.
These reasonably priced sparklers are perfect for ringing in the new year.
Grapes farmed industrially, with pesticides, herbicides, and heavy irrigation, bring about industrial-size ecological problems.
Seven new reasons to sample the fruits of this South American country's vines.
Sweet wines may get a bad rap, but when it comes to fall desserts, they're the perfect pairing
This hazy, coral-hued vitovska smells of roses, baked apples, and tea.
We spoke with five of the country's top sommeliers for their pick of wines that are worth ordering by the case.
The world's oldest wine culture produces some of its strangest, most wonderful bottles.
Tasting notes for Côtes du Rhône red wine 2007 Vacqueyras Le Pont du Rieu.
The Basque region's effervescent, bone-dry white is tailor made for the dog days of August.