“Everyone told me it was a big risk,” says Dominic Parry, owner of WineHouse bar in Rio, a city where cold beer rules supreme. “Brazilian wine is very different. It’s fresh and fruity, and it’s easy to drink.”
The problem for winegrowers in California is that no one wants to pick grapes anymore. Instead, the usual migrant workers now seem to prefer being “trimmigrants.”
Prosecco is now the hot popular kid of the sparkling wine industry, but Champagne execs are intent on proving that they don't feel threatened.
Climatologists are predicting that as temperatures rise across the globe, Quebe could eventually accommodate Vitis vinifera—king of grapes—whose progeny include European classics like pinot noir, chardonnay, and cabernet.
Big news from SCOTUS today: Thanks to a lawsuit brought by a couple of raisin farmers against the Department of Agriculture, the highest court in the US has deemed that raisins are "a healthy snack" and "not oysters."
This is totally going to disrupt our plan of being day-drunk off of cheap mimosas for the entire summer. We might just have to slum it and switch to Champagne.
To say that Texas is not known for its fine wine is to trade in understatement. But quietly—and perhaps surprisingly, especially in a state known for making itself heard—the industry here has boomed, with the number of wineries quadrupling in the last...
Great news for winos: Red wine may help you to stop packing on fat. If the Real Housewives of the world said "huzzah," they'd be saying it right about now.