There is so much to be said about German wines and most of this stuff is the kind that won’t require us to utter a single word. It is a visual novel quite literally. From the pretty labels that encase the history of their villages to the rich heady nose on their great Rieslings from over five decades ago...
One of the best wine lists in Manhattan belongs to a restaurant that's been in business for more than two decades and is partially owned by a Hollywood movie star—and yet it remains well off the radar of most oenophiles.
"By the turn of the century, Rixford's reputation was remarkable," writes historian Charles Sullivan, thanks to both the quality of his wines and his authorship of "The Wine Press and the Cellar," which became the state's definitive pre-Prohibition...
The government has been asked to investigate if European winemakers are being subsidized and dumping their produce in China, a move analysts said is Beijing's latest response to the European Union's rising trade protectionism against China.
The needs and behaviors of Millennials greatly differ from laptop or desktop users. They are in wine bars, grocery stores, Starbucks shops and while commuting. And, they are using their smartphones to search, discuss, share, and decide what wine they are going to have with dinner, at a party or at a special occasion.
WHEN the Chilean wine writer Eduardo Brethauer thinks of his home country, he conjures the soft tannins of the carmenere grape, the mineral flavours from vineyards planted by the Pacific Ocean and cabernet sauvignon grown high in the mountains.
The 2012 Wine Blog Awards were presented today during the Wine Bloggers Conference in Portland Oregon. Winners in nine categories were announced including Best Overall Wine Blog. Jamie Goode’s Wine Blog was named Best Overall Wine Blog yesterday at the 2012 Wine Blog Awards ceremony in Portland, Oregon...
An invitation to judge wine competitions in Japan and China last month gave me an irresistible opportunity to take a good look at the fledgling wine industries of these two Asian powerhouses side by side.
According to the brand ambassador of Marques de Caceres for Asia Pacific, Xavier Vicente, the best wine that will suitably go down well with the Asian cuisine is a rose such as their ‘Rosado Joven Seco’.
The chateau producing Napoleon's favourite red wine, one of Burgundy's most prized vineyards, has been sold to a Chinese gambling tycoon, sparking dire warnings from local growers of a "foreign invasion" of mainly Asian investors.
The great majority of contemporary wines are inoculated with purchased yeasts, used by winemakers to induce specific aromas and flavors into the wines, and to ensure that fermentations are trouble-free and complete.
"We have just launched the new website for Domaine de l’Arlot: www.arlot.com. You can read and visualise far more about Domaine de l’Arlot by linking to the site than by reading anything I can say here, but as someone who looks after vineyards in several very different places, I can say that I find Domaine de l’Arlot to be very special..."
We constantly hear threats the China is going to overtake the U.S. to become the largest economy in the world. And while many of us don’t believe it, we’ve gotten accustomed to hearing it. But is China threatening to take on the wine industry?
Wine writer and importer Gerry Dawes is nothing if not highly opinionated about Spanish wines. In 2003 Dawes was awarded Spain’s prestigious Premio Nacional de Gastronomia, and Spanish superstar chef Ferran Adria said of him, “Spain wouldn’t be as known to Americans without the stories Gerry tells and writes.”
Each year, the editors of Wine Enthusiast Magazine honor outstanding achievement in the wine and spirits world, both within that given year and over time. New to this year’s 13th annual Wine Star Awards is the Sommelier of the Year award, given to an individual whose knowledge and efforts make an establishment’s wine program exemplary...
In the south, a plethora of grapes are permitted – 13 in total for use in reds, all found in the prestigious blend of Château Beaucastel. The wines of the south are also more charming – some would call them rustic...
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