Wine News

Oregon Vintage Beats the Heat

Despite an intense heatwave, the region's winemakers are excited about the 2021 vintage.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 23-Sep-2021

The World's Best Value Champagnes

If you think Champagne is only for celebrations and special occasions, think again.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Wednesday, 22-Sep-2021

Rare Whiskeys Go Under the Hammer

Want some Pappy Van Winkle from before he got famous? Check out this auction.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday, 21-Sep-2021

The Great Champagne Grape Theft

Worried you might have missed some vital wine news this week? Help is at hand.
By Oliver Styles | Posted Sunday, 19-Sep-2021

The World's Best Value Single Malts

Single malt sits at the top of the whiskey tree, especially when it comes to price.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Saturday, 18-Sep-2021

The 2021 Wine-Searcher Retailer Awards

It’s that time of year again, and Wine-Searcher's Retailer Awards are bigger and better than ever.
By Natalie Sellers | Posted Friday, 17-Sep-2021

California Finally Gets a "Normal" Vintage

After suffering drought, fire and pestilence, Northern California is finally enjoying a drama-free harvest – and growers are delighted.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 16-Sep-2021

Buyers Look Beyond Napa Scores and Prices

When it comes to what actually sells, do scores really matter?
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Wednesday, 15-Sep-2021

The World's Best Value Pinot Noirs

If you want great Pinot you don't have to pay Burgundy prices – not if you know where to look.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Tuesday, 14-Sep-2021

Going Viral: Covid Saves Chinese Wine

While the pandemic has decimated commerce globally, it has given a much-needed boost to China's domestic wine industry.
By Jim Boyce | Posted Monday, 13-Sep-2021

Chile Gets "Mega" Wine Cooperative

It's been another fast-moving week for wine news. Our round-up will help you catch up.
By Oliver Styles | Posted Sunday, 12-Sep-2021

Napa Winery Project Finally Opens

It's been a long time coming for Thomas Rivers Brown's latest venture, but the Calistoga winery is up and running.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 10-Sep-2021

The World's Best Value Chardonnays

It's time to start looking for value again and where better to start than everyone's favorite white wine?
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Thursday, 09-Sep-2021

Hunting the Big Beasts of Bourbon

As Bourbon Heritage Month swings into action, we look at tracking down the trophy bottlings.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Wednesday, 08-Sep-2021

Spanish Wine Industry Gets Political

Politics and wine are aligning in Spain as the industry – and the country – struggles to hold together.
By James Lawrence | Posted Tuesday, 07-Sep-2021

Roederer Moves on from Non-vintage Champagne

Non-vintage Champagne is the calling card of all the big producers, but one has decided to dump "NV".
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Monday, 06-Sep-2021

Mo?t Workers Go on Strike

Industrial strife, fantastic auctions and vineyard dogs – this week's news round-up has something for everyone.
By Oliver Styles | Posted Sunday, 05-Sep-2021

Bordeaux Rekindles US Love Affair

Americans have rediscovered their love of Bordeaux, but is the relationship sustainable in the long term?
By James Lawrence | Posted Saturday, 04-Sep-2021

Water Magnates Snap Up Napa Winery

Lewis Cellars' new owners are no strangers to wine, but their strength lies in water.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 03-Sep-2021

Wind Change Saves Wineries from Fire

Wildfire flames might have bypassed vineyards in California's El Dorado County, but smoke taint remains a risk.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 02-Sep-2021

Time for Wine to Go Topless

Are wine capsules a crucial element of the theatre of opening a bottle or a crime against humanity?
By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Wednesday, 01-Sep-2021

The World's Most Expensive Wines

With the top wine almost doubling in price this year, this list isn't for the faint-hearted.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Tuesday, 31-Aug-2021

Sangiovese Struggles to Gain a Foothold

It's a mainstay of Italy's wine industry, but can Sangiovese really thrive beyond its native vineyards?
By Vicki Denig | Posted Monday, 30-Aug-2021

Race Cars to Run on C?te R?tie

It's been another weird week in wine, featuring race cars, rockets and – almost inevitably – another celebrity rosé.
By Oliver Styles | Posted Sunday, 29-Aug-2021

The World's Most Expensive Australian Wines

Our search for the world's priciest wines nears its climax with a visit to the sunburnt vineyards of Australia
By Laura McKenna | Posted Saturday, 28-Aug-2021

The World's Most Expensive Single Malts

Single malts are seen as the top of the whiskey tree, and the prices are sky-high.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Thursday, 26-Aug-2021

Au Revoir Becky, Burgundy Legend

Christy Canterbury MW reflects on the loss of her friend and mentor, the Burgundy phenomenon Becky Wasserman-Hone.
By Christy Canterbury MW | Posted Wednesday, 25-Aug-2021

Whiskey Man Releases his Magnum Opus

Drinking Bourbon for breakfast might sound daunting, but that's what America's foremost spirits taster does for a living.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday, 24-Aug-2021

Stand by Your Brands

Wine retail can be cut-throat, but some distributors and retailers display an almost matrimonial fidelity to their chosen producers.
By Vicki Denig | Posted Monday, 23-Aug-2021

Wine Company Accused of War Crimes

In this week's news round-up we farewell a Burgundy legend and discover some dodgy dealings in central Africa.
By Oliver Styles | Posted Sunday, 22-Aug-2021
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