As the planet warms, time-honored wine-producing regions are becoming inhospitable to classic grape varietals. Forget France: Iceland and the Yukon might be the appellations of the future.
Who knows? Maybe their split wasn’t actually caused by Marion Cotillard or child abuse, but disagreements over making a fabled “Super Provence” wine.
All of Teutonic Wine Company's wines are sour-forward, light in tannins, very full-bodied, and will most likely knock your socks off, no matter if you are a beer or wine person. The urban winery is located in the middle of Portland, Oregon.
A new study from the University of California, Los Angeles has found that wine made with organic grapes is rated by experts as tasting better than that produced using conventional methods.
Brennan Firth moved to Mendoza from the US nine years ago to work the grape harvest and never went back. He now works nonstop in the Maipú region as a small-lot wine producer.
Chile is famous for wine and earthquakes, which can be a disastrous combination as glass bottles are an all-too-vulnerable casualty of shaken earth and collapsing buildings.
An anonymous "punk" winemaking collective is shaking up France's wine scene. Like the original punks of the 70s, their aim is to bring anarchy—albeit to the elitist wine industry.
Farmers protesting foreign food imports at a border crossing between France and Spain ransacked five Spanish wine trucks this week, draining the equivalent of 90,000 bottles.
Stefano Riboli immigrated to Los Angeles in the mid-1930s to assist his uncle in producing wine at San Antonio Winery, which still exists on the same grounds today.