A new study helps explain how a compound found in red wine protects against hearing loss. The research was published this week in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. “Our latest study focuses on resveratrol and its ...
Wine, Etc.: How changes in climate are impacting wine CapitalGazette.com But more resilient grape varieties, like syrah and sangiovese, may be more important to France's future than pinot noir.Pinot Post's insight: A big call - syrah and...
Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog)Wine goes with cheese because of something called 'mouthfeel'NBCNews.com (blog)Wine goes with cheese. Meat sandwiches go with a pickle. Green tea goes with Asian food. Sushi goes with pickled ginger.
A tasting trip in Bordeaux – with the kids in tow? Sandra Haurant discovers some chateaux welcome families with quizzes, iPod tours and juice tastings (Tips voor de wijnliefhebbers met kinderen, op vakantie in de buurt van Bordeaux.
TheChronicleHerald.ca WOOD: There's a Port in every storm TheChronicleHerald.ca Last summer, I had the opportunity to visit the Douro and stay at Quinta de la Rosa, an authentic family-owned working quinta near Pinhao, in the heart of the region.
Bordeaux Recovery Suggests Renewed Interest in Investing in Wine iNVEZZ Bloomberg reported on 21 February 2013 that a quantity of Chateaux Latour 2010 had reached a 16-month high on the London-based Liv-ex wine exchange, with another Bordeaux wine,...
KATU US wine exports hit record, China sales up 18% Los Angeles Times Separate reports this fall showed major wine producers such as France and Italy suffering through tough climate conditions that have damaged grapes.
Italy is home to large amount of grape varieties. Sangiovese, Barbera and Montepulciano d’Abruzzo are well-known throughout the world and are the basis for many fantastic wines. Most known where these grapes are grown but what is with Fiano d’Avellino, Vermentino, Aglianico or Corvina? The latter one for example is the basis for all Amarone wines.
Here is an alphabetical list most Italian grape varieties. The most important ones are highlighted.
Native grape of the Emilia-Romagna. Albana di Romagna DOCG is famous throughout Italy.
Primarily grown in Campania and Basilicata. Aglianico del Vulture DOCG is a stunning wine from Basilicata.
Often found in Puglia and other Southern Italian regions. Many desert wines are made from this grape.
This grape has its home in Piedmont. Mostly grown in the hills northwest of Alba. Roero DOC wines made with Arneis are usually dry, full body white wines. Grappa is also manufactured from Arneis grapes.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - North American winemakers are having a near perfect harvest this year in stark contrast to their European counterparts, who have suffered from bad timing and worse weather.In Portugal...
Sangiovese plays the starring role in many of Tuscany's most revered reds: Chianti and all its derivatives, Brunello, Vino Nobile, and even Carmignano. Then of course, there are the Super Tuscans. There are lots of great ...
The question is this: should South Africa be considered an Old World wine country or part of the New World. The answer is easy: it’s both. The reasoning (and why it matters) will take a bit of time to explain.
The Drinks BusinessUK merchant to break Champagne sales recordThe Drinks BusinessSales of Champagne through Bordeaux Index for the year to date have already surpassed its total for 2010 and are only 5% lower than 2011's aggregate.
The Chateau de Cormatin rests on the foundations of a French medieval fortress built in Burgundy in 1280 by Henri du Ble. Both the chateau and its spectacular gardens are open to the public and are a popular destination for ...