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Sommeliers Map the Wine World
Exploring the world one wine at a time with two leading experts and their new book.
Interview by Vicki Denig
Posted Tuesday, 19-Mar-2019
2016 – Year of the Vino Nobile
Long outshone by it's neighbor, a bad vintage for Brunello might just be what Vino Nobile di Montepulciano needs.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Monday, 18-Mar-2019
Fine China: Wine from the Middle Kingdom
looks at some Chinese wines available in the wider world.
Posted Sunday, 17-Mar-2019
Koshu Wine's Rosy Future
Grapes don't come much prettier than Japan's pink native, but the wines have been underwhelming – until now.
By Margaret Rand | Posted Saturday, 16-Mar-2019
Invasion of the Vineyard Robots
The wine industry takes the first tentative steps to replacing humans among the vines.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Friday, 15-Mar-2019
Talking Bordeaux with Allan Sichel
A former chartered accountant, Allan Sichel now heads up the CIVB and he talks Bordeaux with
Posted Thursday, 14-Mar-2019
TTB Slated Over Wine Labeling
Consumer advocates demand both calorie and nutritional information should be on wine labels.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Wednesday, 13-Mar-2019
The Maddening Business of Marketing to Millennials
Is feverish marketing to Millennials misplaced and are other generations overlooked?
By James Lawrence | Posted Tuesday, 12-Mar-2019
New Laws Cane Oregon Interlopers
New state legislature steps in to protect wine labelled Oregon.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Monday, 11-Mar-2019
Viticulture Versus Climate Change
A leading expert on the influence of climate change on grapegrowing talks about adapting to a new paradigm.
By Tom Jarvis | Posted Sunday, 10-Mar-2019
The Man Who Invented Napa Cab
W. Blake Gray
remembers Napa pioneer John Shafer, who died this week.
Posted Saturday, 09-Mar-2019
Chianti Sale Saves a Piece of History
A looming financial crisis has had a happy ending for a historic Italian cooperative.
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Friday, 08-Mar-2019
Napa Plan Denounced as "Land Grab"
The controversial agriculture plan was defeated last year, but its replacement could be even more unpopular.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 07-Mar-2019
Challenging Times Ahead for US Wine
A changing landscape will require a change in approach from the traditional way of selling wine.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Wednesday, 06-Mar-2019
The Noble Art of Wine Pretension
Do we secretly – or not so secretly – enjoy being wine snobs?
By Oliver Styles | Posted Tuesday, 05-Mar-2019
The Hard Graft of Grapegrowing
Vine grafting is an essential part of the wine process, but exactly how does it work?
By Tom Jarvis | Posted Monday, 04-Mar-2019
Best Value Wines in a Case
What can you get for less than $25 these days? A surprising amount, it turns out.
By Natalie Sellers | Posted Sunday, 03-Mar-2019
The Danger of Biased Drinking Studies
A recent report on the effects of drinking raises some questions – about the people behind it.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Saturday, 02-Mar-2019
Solidarity Shattered in Wine Dispute
A case of poor labeling has sparked another interstate wine battle between Oregon producers and a California winery.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 01-Mar-2019
The Changing Face of Luxury Wine
What defines a "luxury" wine? A recent study investigates the relative desirability of thousands of wines.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Thursday, 28-Feb-2019
Amarone Back with a Bang in 2015
After a tough 2014,
finds much to be grateful for in the latest Amarone vintage.
By Tom Hyland | Posted Wednesday, 27-Feb-2019
Wine.com Corners the Premium Market
The online retailer shares its market strategy at its ninth annual conference.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Tuesday, 26-Feb-2019
Napa Auction Snatches Victory from Defeat
The Premiere Napa Valley auction attracted fewer wines and less money, but average prices stayed afloat.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Monday, 25-Feb-2019
Australia Struggles to Go Premium
Can the Lucky Country shake off its reputation for cheap and cheerful wines?
By James Lawrence | Posted Sunday, 24-Feb-2019
Wineries Need Better Customer Experience
Producers need to maximize the visitor experience if they want to woo consumers.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Saturday, 23-Feb-2019
2016: Bordeaux's Three-peat Triumph
A tasting of a classic Bordeaux vintage shows some classic wines that won't necessarily break the bank.
By Tom Hyland | Posted Friday, 22-Feb-2019
Kentucky Opens Doors to Wineries
The State Senate has passed a bill allowing wineries to ship into the once-closed state.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Thursday, 21-Feb-2019
Lindquist's Long Goodbye to Qupé
He's been ousted from the brand he started, but Bob Lindquist can't escape Qupé quite yet.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 20-Feb-2019
Why Bordeaux is Best Kept Boring
Does meeting consumer expectation lead to routine winemaking?
By Oliver Styles | Posted Tuesday, 19-Feb-2019
Playing Wine's Generation Game
investigates the challenges facing three French wineries trying to keep it in the family.
Posted Monday, 18-Feb-2019
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