Our top picks for spring wines. The rules? Wines that match the turbulent weather, pair well with the spring harvest (green!), and not break the bank.
If you think all German wine is white, this up-and-coming region will surprise you. This in-depth guide to the wines of Württemberg will let you in on all the secrets.
One of the few red grapes with red flesh, Alicante Bouschet is an oddity that makes big, juicy red wines.
Learn how much is in a case of wine, what it should cost, and how to put together a great mixed case.
Did you know? The average wine taster can’t detect sweetness levels below 1.5 percent. Find out more about sweetness in wine.
Yes, it’s perfectly fitting to name your cat after something wine-related. Toronto-based somm (and lover of long hairs) offers up 25 wine names for cats.
In lieu of the classic choice of sake, let’s chat (sushi-friendly) grape-based beverages. Find the best wine for sushi with this clever guide.
Somms are nerding out over sparklers from the off-beat Champagne region of Côte des Bar. And you should be too. Here’s your guide to the wines, regions, producers and soils of Champagne’s Aube.
We asked consulting winemaker extraordinaire, Julien Fayard, to fill us in on what takes to do his job.
Is Tannat the next Malbec? Tannat wine has more gusto than Cabernet Sauvignon, and wines from up-and-coming Uruguay are surprisingly affordable! Here’s what you need to know.