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The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Jacques Selosse

All you need to know about Champagne producer Jacques Selosse.
By Caroline Henry | Posted Saturday, 29-Dec-2018

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Domaine Dujac

Everything you need to know about one of Burgundy's most prized producers.
By Tom Hyland | Posted Tuesday, 24-Jul-2018
The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Domaine Jacques Prieur

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Domaine Jacques Prieur

A look into the ins and outs of one of Burgundy's most regarded producers.
By Tom Hyland | Posted Monday, 09-Jul-2018
California's Latest Immortal Beloved

California's Latest Immortal Beloved

How do you build on a 100-point Parker review? You try to go one better.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 11-May-2018
Broadway Money Moves Napa Westward

Broadway Money Moves Napa Westward

The man behind a musical smash is changing the rules in wine country.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Monday, 26-Mar-2018
The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Vietti

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Vietti

The producer is in the heart of Barolo, but is perhaps best known for one of its white wines.
By Tom Hyland | Posted Thursday, 21-Dec-2017
The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Louis Jadot

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Louis Jadot

The famous Burgundy producer is very excited about the 2017 vintage, Tom Hyland reports.
Posted Friday, 15-Dec-2017
The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Ducru-Beaucaillou

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Ducru-Beaucaillou

The Saint-Julien second growth's roots run deep, Tom Hyland reports.
Posted Friday, 17-Nov-2017
The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Domaines Ott

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Domaines Ott

The famous Provence producer's story is one of determination, grit, and donkeys, Caroline Henry reports.
Posted Saturday, 28-Oct-2017
The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Cloudy Bay

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Cloudy Bay

The winery that spearheaded Marlborough's Sauvignon Blanc campaign is subtly changing its established order.
By David Allen | Posted Thursday, 31-Aug-2017
Chamboulé Chardonnay Takes to the Air

Chamboulé Chardonnay Takes to the Air

A Canadian natural wine enthusiast is making waves in California, with wines that improve the longer they are open.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Monday, 14-Aug-2017
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Charles Heidsieck

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Charles Heidsieck

The underrated producer ignored Russia to become the first to crack the US market, James Lawrence discovers.
Posted Monday, 15-Feb-2016
Getting Cabernet Down to a Science at Far Niente

Getting Cabernet Down to a Science at Far Niente

W. Blake Gray finds a Californian winery that's more interested in science than it is in tradition.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Monday, 19-Oct-2015
Duckhorn Puts Muscles on its Femininity

Duckhorn Puts Muscles on its Femininity

The Napa winery finds power in Merlot and finesse in Cabernet.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Saturday, 01-Aug-2015
Murphy-Goode Winemaker Ready to Rock

Murphy-Goode Winemaker Ready to Rock

Andrew Chalk talks to the man behind Murphy-Goode's wines about reds and rock 'n' roll.
Posted Monday, 20-Jul-2015
Beaulieu Vineyard Reliving Past Glories

Beaulieu Vineyard Reliving Past Glories

The company's flagship wine still echoes those made during California's golden age.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 16-Jul-2015
Allegrini – Changing the Face of Amarone

Allegrini – Changing the Face of Amarone

W. Blake Gray meets the woman who easily filled her father's big shoes.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Monday, 13-Jul-2015
Gravner Takes the Selfish Approach to Wine

Gravner Takes the Selfish Approach to Wine

Meet the Italian winemaker who really – really – doesn't care what you think of his wines.
By Adam Lechmere | Posted Saturday, 20-Jun-2015
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Wynn's Coonawarra Estate

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Wynns Coonawarra Estate

How a Polish emigrant and a Scottish settler created an Australian icon.
By Jane Faulkner | Posted Tuesday, 16-Jun-2015
Pieropan's Soave Superiority Complex

Pieropan's Soave Superiority Complex

Frustrated with official Soave rules, Pieropan has plowed its own furrow, W. Blake Gray discovers.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 12-Jun-2015
Getting Serious About Soave

Getting Serious About Soave

In the second of our features on Soave, W. Blake Gray gets to grips with Inama.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 03-Jun-2015
Breaking Up The Family For Better Wines

Breaking up the Family for Better Wines

Roberto Anselmi forced his own father to quit the family business in order to improve the wines.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday, 26-May-2015
Band of Brothers: The Glaetzer Wine Dynasty

Glaetzer Versus Glaetzer

One successful winemaker in the family is usually plenty, but this Australian clan doesn't do things by half.
By Jane Faulkner | Posted Thursday, 14-May-2015
The Busy Wine Lover's Guide To Pol Roger

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Pol Roger

Proud and stubborn in the face of aggression, it's no wonder Winston Churchill was such a fan of the Champagne house.
By Caroline Henry | Posted Thursday, 07-May-2015
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Dominio De Pingus

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Dominio de Pingus

Spain's first cult wine of the modern age, Dominio de Pingus actually owes its origins to a Danish cartoon, James Lawrence discovers.
Posted Friday, 01-May-2015
The Busy Wine Lover's Guide To Fonseca

The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Fonseca

As Fonseca declares the 2013 vintage, we look back on 200 years of one of Port's great houses.
By Sarah Ahmed | Posted Friday, 24-Apr-2015
Herr 300 Points: Markus Molitor

Herr 300 Points: Markus Molitor

The Mosel winemaker with the magic touch has been derided by colleagues, but he's having the last laugh.
By Stuart Pigott | Posted Thursday, 16-Apr-2015
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About d'Arenberg

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About d'Arenberg

The man behind the winery drives his marketing people crazy, but his wines are the stuff of legend.
By Jane Faulkner | Posted Thursday, 09-Apr-2015
No Brakes On The Rise Of Cakebread

No Brakes on the Rise of Cakebread

How an Oakland garage owner's "dumb investment" turned into one of America's favorite wines.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 18-Mar-2015
Leonetti: Washington's First Cult Cabernet

Leonetti: Washington's First Cult Cabernet

They may have started in the outhouse, but the Figgins family's wines are definitely in the penthouse now.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 11-Mar-2015
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