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The World's Best Syrahs

Syrah is frequently overshadowed by other red varieties, but it can be epically rewarding in its own right.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Thursday, 29-Oct-2020

Save the World: Drink More Wine

World wine production remains stable, but consumption is expected to fall next year.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 28-Oct-2020

Landfill Woes Napa's Latest Concern

As if a pandemic and megafires weren't enough to worry about, there's also something rotten at the county dump.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday, 27-Oct-2020

The World's Best Spanish Wines

Spain's reputation is built on traditional regions and good value – except when it comes to its top wines.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Monday, 26-Oct-2020

It's a Bug's Life in the Vineyard

Vineyards might look peaceful and idyllic but they are also a battleground in a never-ending insect war.
By Natalie Sellers | Posted Saturday, 24-Oct-2020

Wine Helps with Cannabis Classification

An AVA-style system is proposed for weed and wine organizations are keen to help – up to a point.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 23-Oct-2020

The World's Best Champagnes

With International Champagne Day upon us tomorrow, what better time to check out the heavyweights of sparkling wine?
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Thursday, 22-Oct-2020

Sonoma Starts Selling the Turbulent 2020 Vintage

It's been a hell of a year, but Sonoma producers have reasons to be cheerful.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 21-Oct-2020

Napa's Nights of Fire on the Mountain

Smith-Madrone's Stu Smith tells W. Blake Gray about his week-long battle to save his winery from the Napa fires.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Tuesday, 20-Oct-2020

Italian Police Smash Fake Wine Ring

Italian authorities have broken up a ring of criminals counterfeiting one of the country's top wines.
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Monday, 19-Oct-2020

The World's Best Bordeaux Blends

If you're looking for the best of these popular blends, go west.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Saturday, 17-Oct-2020

Napa's Fire Response Overwhelmed and Underfunded

Saving the vintage – and the vineyard – from fire might just depend on your budget.
By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Friday, 16-Oct-2020

Diving into the Shark Tank Wine Case

In a bizarre and convoluted tale, two men go swimming with sharks – and one gets badly bitten.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 15-Oct-2020

Get Well Soon, Napa Valley

Our US editor takes an emotional trip to wine country to see the damage first hand.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 14-Oct-2020

The World's Best Malbecs

Once stuck in a supporting role to Cabernet and Merlot, Malbec is now carving its own niche.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Monday, 12-Oct-2020

Water and Wine: The Irrigation Equation

In a world where drought is an increasing threat to agriculture, what effect does irrigation have on terroir?
By Margaret Rand | Posted Sunday, 11-Oct-2020

My First Wine Road Map

Tom Jarvis recalls how one book guided him into the wine trade, and how that book has aged.
By Tom Jarvis | Posted Saturday, 10-Oct-2020

Wine's Covid Winners and Losers

As the world learns to live with coronavirus, what impact has it had on wine prices?
By James Lawrence | Posted Friday, 09-Oct-2020

The World's Best Bourbons

All Bourbon is good, and some are better – but which Bourbons are the best?
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Thursday, 08-Oct-2020

Wine Country Starts Picking Up the Pieces

Winery and vineyard owners have been through hell this year. How will they recover?
By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Wednesday, 07-Oct-2020

The World's Best Barolos

We kick off our series on the world's best wines with a look at one of Italy's finest.
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Sunday, 04-Oct-2020

Early Burgundy Vintage Confounds Expectations

An early start to the harvest doesn't necessarily mean a hot vintage on the C?te d'Or.
By Christy Canterbury MW | Posted Thursday, 01-Oct-2020

Fires Leave Napa Harvest on a Knife Edge

Producers are scrambling to save the vintage as fires once more devastate wine country.
By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Wednesday, 30-Sep-2020

Viva Lost Wages: Winery Owner Loses Lawsuit

A long-running legal battle involving alleged death threats and Vegas developers has come to a close in New Zealand.
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Tuesday, 29-Sep-2020

Paris Judgment Vineyard Steps into the Light

The vineyard that produced one of California's most historic wines is finally getting its moment in the sun.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Monday, 28-Sep-2020

Italian Wine Harvest Redeems a Dark Year

After a year from hell, Mother Nature offers hope for the future to Italian winemakers.
By Tom Hyland | Posted Saturday, 26-Sep-2020

Winemakers Face Up to Smoke Taint Reality

West Coast wineries are having to make hard decisions about how to deal with the tumultuous 2020 vintage.
By Kathleen Willcox | Posted Friday, 25-Sep-2020

Playing Favorites with Wine Allocations

Small-production, in-demand wines often end up on allocation, but what does that mean for consumers?
By Vicki Denig | Posted Thursday, 24-Sep-2020

The 2020 Wine-Searcher Retailer Awards

Want to know who has the best Burgundy list in Baltimore? Check out our award-winning retailers.
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Wednesday, 23-Sep-2020

Oregon Wine Industry Continues to Grow

The Pinot powerhouse is doing well in the domestic market, but exports make up a tiny percentage of production.
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Tuesday, 22-Sep-2020
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The World's Best Syrahs

Save the World: Drink More Wine

Landfill Woes Napa's Latest Concern

The World's Best Spanish Wines

Saying Goodbye to the Glass Wine Bottle

It's a Bug's Life in the Vineyard

Wine Helps with Cannabis Classification

The World's Best Champagnes

Sonoma Starts Selling the Turbulent 2020 Vintage

Napa's Nights of Fire on the Mountain

Italian Police Smash Fake Wine Ring

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