Explore the best of Crete wine: the island’s distinctive wine culture, indigenous grape varieties and top wine producers.
What is it that drives the prices up on one bottle of wine, but keeps them low on another? Does price equal quality? We’ve taken a journey through the world of winemaking to give you an idea of the factors that determine a wine’s cost.
Here at Chateau Vincarta, we like to get adventurous. We’re champions of premium Romanian wine. Our roving correspondent, Ioana Negulescu, wrote about Georgian wine after her visit there in 2018. And we’ll die in a ditch for Riesling. But what about Albanian wine? Never tried it? Neither had we. Until we tasted two Uka Winery wines.
With more than 500 grape varieties and eight millennia of viticulture history, Georgia is one of the most up and coming wine producing countries in the world. Welcome to the wonderful world of Georgian wine.
Barolo wine is often known as the ‘wine of the kings’. But what makes it such a firm favourite? In our introduction to Barolo, we’ll walk you through the history, taste and wine-making process so you can learn more about an Italian classic.
Italy has always been famous for its food and wine, both of which play an important part in the country’s identity and culture. It’s no surprise, then, that many of us enjoy tasting a glass or two of Italian wine. Here are nine facts to get you in the know about the country’s wine.
Discover 10 quirky facts about Bordeaux that will give you fresh insight into the wine-making processes of this illustrious French province.
So many famous chateaux. So much history. Such a lot of wine-nerd information. Let Vincarta break it down for you. Here’s our list of the ten essential Bordeaux wine facts.
The ancient world had its seven wonders but the Bordeaux wine region has its magnificent 10: get Vincarta’s list of the top Bordeaux winemakers.