Which country consumes the most wine? What’s the most popular grape? How do you make sweet wine? Discover these answers and more in our 100 wine facts blog.
Biodynamic wine is one of the winemaking’s strangest subcultures. Read our guide to understand why some producers are looking to space to craft award-winning wines.
Why are all those little bubbles in sparkling wine so expensive and how do they get there? Vincarta has the answers. Cheers!
Do wines with screw caps age as well as wine with corks? Discover what the difference between these two bottling methods means for a wine’s complexity.
What are some wines with low levels of tannin? Discover how tannins influence your wine tasting experience and which varieties contain the least.
When you think of vineyards, where does your mind naturally wander? Piedmont and Burgundy are two obvious candidates, or perhaps the Napa Valley. But what about nuclear power plants in Finland or floating vineyards in Thailand?
After visiting Manuel Marinacci, we reached the final stop in our day of Barolo wineries with David Berry Green. The trip ended on a high note with a visit to Cascina Fontana to meet Mario Fontana, a traditional Barolo producer.
Quintarelli should be on any wine buff’s bucket list. It is one of the best wineries in the world and the best in the Valpolicella wine region. Giuseppe Quintarelli is the godfather, if not the parent, of Amarone.
Oak has a bad reputation, especially when it comes to white wine. But what is the real influence of oak on wine? We explore the history and role of oak in winemaking.