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Wineries Selling Up Doesn't Mean Selling Out

When your favorite boutique winery gets gobbled up by a corporate giant, is it always a bad thing?
By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Saturday, 11-Sep-2021

Winery Focuses on Forestry Fire Risks

Smith-Madrone's Stu Smith is an unconventional figure in a region where many conform to Parker's principles.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 27-Aug-2021

Beyond Barolo: Nebbiolo's New Faces

Barolo may be the most famous and lauded of Nebbiolo's guises, but other expressions are now climbing the ranks.
By James Lawrence | Posted Friday, 25-Jun-2021

Fifty Shades of Syrah

Syrah's ability to shapeshift can make it difficult to understand.
By Margaret Rand | Posted Friday, 02-Apr-2021

Chianti Classico's French Influence

Has Chianti Classico finally outgrown Cabernet and company?
By James Lawrence | Posted Wednesday, 31-Mar-2021

No Second Best for Liber Pater

He's famous for his super-expensive Liber Pater, but we sat down with Loic Pasquet to try another of his wines.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Monday, 29-Mar-2021

Climate Change Threat to Wine Regions

Even a modest change in global temperature would mean redrawing the maps of the world's wine regions.
By Natalie Sellers | Posted Thursday, 25-Mar-2021

Malbec: Southern Oregon's Rising Star

Oregon is famous for Pinot Noir, but US editor W. Blake Gray argues it has another strong suit, too.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Saturday, 20-Mar-2021

Wine, Covid and the Smell of Success

With anosmia a common sympton of Covid, a French method can reinvigorate your sense of smell.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Sunday, 28-Feb-2021

Burgundy Golden Boy's Great Expectations

One of Burgundy's rising stars talks vines, prices and his curious friendship with a legendary winemaker.
By Oliver Styles | Posted Saturday, 27-Feb-2021

Black Winemaker Dances to his Own Tune

From writing movie soundtracks to working in the vineyard, Dan Glover has always been about the hard work.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 26-Feb-2021

Champagne's Uncertain Future

Neither a pandemic or a global economic recession give much cause for celebration making it tough times for Champagne.
By Caroline Henry | Posted Friday, 12-Feb-2021

The Fine Line in Contracts

As both climatic and pandemic conditions continue to change, securing solid contracts is golden.
By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Wednesday, 10-Feb-2021

Sugar-Free Champagne Just Got Serious

As climate change aids ripening in Champagne, sugar-free styles may finally come into their own.
By James Lawrence | Posted Monday, 04-Jan-2021

In Search of Sustainable Wine

Wine lovers celebrate the diversity of the wine, but they may also have to embrace sustainability.
By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Sunday, 03-Jan-2021

Rare Champagne Bubbles to the Top

From Champagne to sake, Wine-Searcher's US editor talks shop with acclaimed cellar master, Régis Camus.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 30-Dec-2020

Bordeaux 2018: Between Hype and Reality

We travel to a locked-down Bordeaux to taste a vintage that really delivers.
By Panos Kakaviatos | Posted Tuesday, 01-Dec-2020

Remaking C?te R?tie in Mendocino

A UK couple are pushing the envelope on a California mountaintop, making a very different style of wine.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday, 24-Nov-2020

Wine Through an Oregon Lens

A well-traveled producer is bringing an international flair to a southern Oregon estate.
By Liza B. Zimmerman | Posted Sunday, 01-Nov-2020

Uco Valley: Winemaking on the Edge

Thirty years ago, winemakers looked beyond Mendoza; today Michelle Williams finds them pushing the limits of altitude and ripeness.
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Tuesday, 06-Oct-2020

India's Unique Spirit Blossoms in the Bottle

Although whiskey is by far the most popular drink in India, a unique native spirit hopes to change things.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 02-Oct-2020

Tuscan Wine Marks Pilgrims' Progress

A small winery in Tuscany is home to a historic visitor from centuries ago.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Sunday, 13-Sep-2020

Winemakers Still Fighting the Clone Wars

It's a topic that divides winemakers, but few consumers ever think about – clonal selection.
By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Saturday, 12-Sep-2020

Wine's New Alcohol Balancing Act

The swing away from the overly alcoholic wines of the past may have gone a little too far.
By James Lawrence | Posted Wednesday, 09-Sep-2020

The History of Wine's Changing Flavors

What did Romanée-Conti taste like 200 years ago? Unrecognizably different, Alex Russan discovers.
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Tuesday, 01-Sep-2020

Why We Still Need Classic Barolo

With single-vineyard Barolos grabbing all the limelight, we shouldn't ignore the blended version that built the region's reputation.
By Tom Hyland | Posted Sunday, 30-Aug-2020

Paying Homage to Burgundy's Baby Jesus

It's a wine born of legend and, as Tom Hyland discovers, the reality lives up to the myth.
By Tom Hyland | Posted Thursday, 09-Jul-2020

The Cost of Drinking Wine History

Mathematician and enophile Neal D. Hulkower reflects on some legendary wines – and what he can still afford.
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Sunday, 28-Jun-2020

Opening a Winery in the Face of Covid

He worked at Screaming Eagle and Petrus and made wine for celebrities, but the pandemic provided the real challenge.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 26-Jun-2020

Climate the Latest Challenge for Burgundy

The changing climate will see changes to many traditional wine regions – and grand cru sites won't escape.
By James Lawrence | Posted Thursday, 18-Jun-2020
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