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Help a Mate: Buy Australian Pinot

A diplomatic spat could be a chance for the rest of us to uncover a hidden Aussie gem.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 21-Jan-2021

Tuscany in a Case

Tuscany is the beating heart of Italian wine, and these 12 wines sum it up perfectly.
By Tom Jarvis | Posted Wednesday, 20-Jan-2021

Wine Pairing in a Meat-free World

With more people opting for a meat-free diet, where does that leave the art of wine matching?
By Natalie Sellers | Posted Tuesday, 19-Jan-2021

Burgundy Comes Calling for Sonoma Pinot

One of Burgundy's biggest names has established a foothold in Sonoma, drawn by the quality of the Pinot Noir.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Sunday, 17-Jan-2021

Napa and Willamette Suffer Poor 2020 Vintage

On average, both regions had subpar vintages, but statistics don't tell the whole story.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 15-Jan-2021

Boom Times Ahead for US Wine industry

A Covid rebound could spell better times for producers, retailers and consumers in the world's biggest wine market.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 14-Jan-2021

Jack Daniel's Not Amused by Dog Toy Decision

The US Supreme Court has made another surprising decision regarding the liquor industry.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 13-Jan-2021

US Supreme Court Backs Off Shipping Case

The case for interstate shipping takes a blow as the Supreme Court passes up the chance to settle it.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday, 12-Jan-2021

England in a Case

England has long been an important wine market, but now its wine production is gaining recognition, too.
By Natalie Sellers | Posted Monday, 11-Jan-2021

Wine's Bubble Yet to Burst

After a surprisingly good year for the wine industry, what comes next?
By James Lawrence | Posted Sunday, 10-Jan-2021

Wine the Target for Investors – and Thieves

The value of wine as a solid investment has been proved again – in different ways.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Friday, 08-Jan-2021

Gallo Set to Dominate the Bargain Basement

The buy-out of a raft of Constellation brands has been given the go-ahead by regulators.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 07-Jan-2021

US Hits France with More Wine Tariffs

The new year begins where we were before Covid – with a wine industry facing economic turbulence.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday, 05-Jan-2021

The Rise of Resurrected Wines

More and more grape varieties once considered dead and buried are making a comeback.
By Vicki Denig | Posted Saturday, 02-Jan-2021

Farewell to Wine's Weirdest Year

We look back on a year full of new challenges – and a lot of the same old stories.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Friday, 01-Jan-2021

The World's Best Wines

As we look forward to a better year, what better time to officially unveil the world's greatest wines?
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Thursday, 31-Dec-2020

Provence Rosé Producer Looks Beyond Britain

A British rosé producer in Provence hopes, post-Brexit, France doesn't send him home.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday, 29-Dec-2020

Wine Unfazed by Threat of Dry January

The fad for Dry January could have a bigger impact on some sectors than others.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Monday, 28-Dec-2020

Gallo's Golden Quest to Conquer Cognac

Better known for low-end spirits, the US giant is moving upmarket with a new range.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Sunday, 27-Dec-2020

Champagne Shakes off the Dust of 2020

After fearing the worst, Champagnes growers and producers are feeling cautiously optimistic as we enter a new year.
By Caroline Henry | Posted Saturday, 26-Dec-2020

The World's Best Burgundies

When it comes to Pinot Noir, there are the greats, and then there's Burgundy.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Thursday, 24-Dec-2020

Weak Thanksgiving Raises Worries for Wine

Christmas and New Year might not be as dependably profitable as previously, if Thankgiving is anything to go by.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 23-Dec-2020

Whiskey the Hero in a Year from Hell

It will go down as the weirdest year on record, but did it change our consumption habits?
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Tuesday, 22-Dec-2020

The World's Best Fortified Wines

It wouldn't be Christmas without a drop of something sweet, so we look at the best of the bunch.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Monday, 21-Dec-2020

Balblair Whisky Makes a Statement

While most whiskies are moving away from putting a number on the label, one distillery is bucking the trend.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Sunday, 20-Dec-2020

Wine Tourism Takes an Optimistic Outlook

Winery operators say they are bullish about the future, but they would say that, wouldn't they?
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Saturday, 19-Dec-2020

Smoke Taint Reduces California Wine Crop

A reduced harvest is good news for wineries, but not necessarily for consumers.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 18-Dec-2020

Wine Fraud Rudy's Fate is Sealed

Authorities confirm the wine forger's deportation – and he might be looking forward to it, given his current accommodation.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 17-Dec-2020

The World's Best Rieslings

It's a critic favorite and this list of 10 great Rieslings will tell you why.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Wednesday, 16-Dec-2020

Somms Fight for Survival Post-Covid

Sommeliers are learning to survive – and even thrive – despite the virus and wine's often-toxic culture.
By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Tuesday, 15-Dec-2020
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