Champagne and other sparkling wines are a part of our lives. We associate bubbly with celebrating special occasions or having a glass as an aperitif, but what’s the history behind that fizzy golden drink we all love so much?
Discover what Valpolicella wine region has to offer. If you like romantic scenery, history, great food and wine, you need to visit this part of Italy.
Vincarta visits the Cotnari region (pronounced ‘coat-nar’) to discover a once-famous maker of sweet wines from the Romanian Moldova Hills that is looking to make a comeback. How does their wine stack up today?
We visit Herrenhof Lamprecht to meet Gottfried Lamprecht and discuss his new vineyard and his passion for wine-making. We discover a unique field blend and a winery with great potential.
Josef Jamek was a pioneering Austrian winemaker. See how his legacy of dry, high-quality, vintage and vineyard-driven wine survives in Wachau.
Nikolaihof is one of the most famous Wachau white wine producers. Just one hour away from Vienna, this is a must-see destination steeped in history and with a rich winemaking heritage.
Team Vincarta visit Wachau, Austria in search of Richard the Lionheart, Riesling, Schnitzel, Smaragd, Federspiel, Steinfeder, Jamek and Nikolaihof wineries.
Vincarta tastes some of the latest premium Romanian wines and finds childhood memories and Jancis Robinson’s promise of a ‘land of hope’ fulfilled.
Schloss Vollrads is another famous Rheingau riesling producer. Its first recorded sale was 800 years ago. We visited to see how it’s getting on in 2016.