Every state in America grows grapes and makes wine. Discover the wine specialty of your home state.
Wines made from Chambourcin, Vidal Blanc, Baco Noir and Marquette are making waves in the Midwestern States and Canada. Here’s what to know about these top French-Hybrid varieties.
The west coast of the United States offers several pristine climates for producing outstanding Syrah wine. See where they grow best and learn about the unique wines from each region.
This small wine region straddles the Oregon-Washington border and offers some of the best examples of Syrah in the United States.
Despite Europe’s two thousand year head start, American wine traditions are happening quietly all around us. You just have to know where to look.
America is home hundreds of grape varieties that no one has ever heard of. Find out about these native grapes before they become lost forever.
New York has a long history of wine production, boasting both America’s first bonded winery in the Finger Lakes region. Find out about New York wine country, what to seek out and where to go explore.
Today, Paso Robles is still considered by many as the wine industry’s wild west, characterized by that same rule breaking diversity and innovative spirit in which the town was founded.
Let’s take stock of the Italo-American wines and compare them to their Italian counterparts including Barbera, Sangiovese, Nebbiolo and even the rare grape Lagrein…
Just a few steps off the beaten wine trail you’ll find these fascinating pockets of less traveled wine country. The scene is low-key and the tastings are cheap (and sometimes free).
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