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Articles in "Wine"

With tariffs in place and more being considered, it's time to let Europe know how much we still care.

New cannabis-infused sparkling wine takes wine consumption to new heights.

Two dispatches say that American wine consumers have stopped drinking more. Should we be worried about that?

Do you know what Brachetto is or where it's from? Read this story to learn about Brachetto d'Acqui, DOCG palate pleasing wines!

With a long family history and intense passion at its core, each bottle from Tayson Pierce Estate Wines possesses a rich history of its own.

Chefs look to the season for inspiration as do sommeliers. Traditionally, in winter, menus tend towards heartier dishes and the wines follow suit. If this is your house style, or you are looking for some nice, smaller production selections, here are the top ten picks from Planet Grape Wine Review.

Learn about the different styles of DOCG Moscato wines. These are not just dessert wines!

Take a break from the holiday bubblies to drink some lusty California wines.

Buying Burgundy wines just got a lot easier to buy with this very informative website located in Burgundy. 

Toast in the new decade with these great sparklers. Sorry, no Champagne.

Vintus, Zachys urge trade and consumers to take action before Jan. 13 on Trump administration's proposed 100% tariffs on European wines, cheeses, other goods.

We’re nearly at the finish line. Take a collective deep breath and know there is light at the end of the tunnel. If by any chance you are looking for last minute bubbly selections, here are some of our favorites from around the globe.

“It’s about the love of the fruit and diversity of the styles,” says Bertheau of the company’s winemaking. “We have so many ways of expressing the varietal, so many world-class wines.”

A fabulous vertical tasting of wines from an historic cru, plus a few extra treats for your wine cellar!

Several enjoyable wines, mostly under $20, for casual entertaining.

Six festive sparkling wines to drink over the holidays and all year long!

Some delicious, big and bold feasting reds from around the wine globe.

Increase the business value of your wines by getting them in front of the top Master Sommeliers and wine buyers at the Sommeliers Choice Awards.

SO MANY WINES, SO LITTLE TIME - Finding great wines to recommend to patrons or share with friends is a never ending process. With so many to choose from, singling out the ones that can attract and hold your attention, from that first exciting hint of aroma all the way through to that sad and final moment when the bottle has been exhausted, can be trying. The good news is that discovering great wines is a globe trotting adventure, rich with intriguing opportunities and sensory experiences.

Our first tranche of seasonal sparklers comes from six countries.

Randall Grahm, founder of Bonny Doon Vineyard, received the American Wine Society Award of Merit at the organization’s national conference in St. Pete Beach, Fla., earlier this month. In an acceptance speech, Mr. Grahm humbly and humorously discussed several particularly vivid career failures over the past 35 years, as well as plans for the future at his estate vineyard in San Juan Bautista, CA. But the audience of 600 applauded him for his decades of innovation and successes.

Bertani Winery produces an array of wine to please all palates.

For the holidays, rediscovered this purloined French grape at its source - Cahors 

Wines that are “green”, or earth-friendly, are wines made in one of these three regulated tiers, Sustainable, Organic, and Biodynamic, or SOB.
A hot new category is “natural” wines, the idea being wines free of any harmful additives, but unfortunately the term “natural” on wine has no legal parameters.