United States Wine Region Articles
Virginia’s wines are where old world and new world meet. Small farms focus on producing high quality artisanal products in a fruit forward but refined style.
Start learning today about Napa Valley wines through a guided tasting course with wine expert Madeline Puckette.
Opening old vintage wine is a once in a lifetime experience. Here are some things we learned while opening 40 year old wine. Get ready for a few surprises!
A lesser known yet equally delicious wine from Napa – Cabernet Franc – is this week’s tasting challenge. Jump in to learn more.
Even for white wine lovers, Roussanne is rarer than you’d expect. Dive in to discover the role this grape plays in the wines you love.
Let’s take a closer look at Wine Folly’s new Region Guides and wine tasting courses!
This tasting challenge looks at Pinot Noir Rosé and defies the age-old myth that loving rosé wine is only for basic wine drinkers.
Chardonnay is the chameleon of wine. You can discover wines that explain exactly why it’s popular, right as it hits your palate.
The new wine region is located within the Willamette Valley, west of Salem. Here’s what you should know about Van Duzer Corridor and its wines.
Considering a trip to Oregon wine country? Get tips on where to taste, stay, as well as what you need to know before your visit.
Lodi is a treasure trove of old vines and forgotten wine varieties. If there is one grape variety that defines Lodi wine, it’s Zinfandel.
This guide to the Columbia Valley AVA will quickly get you up to speed on what wines are worth seeking out and what you should know about Washington wine.
Washington is still very much a frontier of winemaking on the West coast. Here’s what’s worth getting excited about from an insider’s perspective.
Central Coast is a large encompassing American Viticultural Area (AVA) that extends from the south of San Francisco all the way to Santa Barbara. This region does happen to produce some of California’s most intriguing, up-and-coming wines.
Get to know two great alternatives to Napa and Sonoma that are right next door. Mendocino and Lake Counties are the up-and-coming wine regions to know.
Wine travel doesn’t have to high-brow (or extremely expensive) to be awesome. Point in case, here are 4 US wine travel spots where you can find cheap hotels, cheap tastings, small communities, and alternative things to do.
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.
Here are some useful tips on how to consistently find great Oregon Pinot Noir. The region can be somewhat elusive to explore, fortunately, here is a tip that will get you on the right track
Vineyards are not something we associate with cities. Check out these 3 urban vineyards that show how local wines can be a lot more local than you think.
Santa Barbara wine country is quite literally “Sideways,”–the long tranverse valley has perfect conditions for world-class cool climate wines (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay). Let’s find out what makes this region awesome.
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.
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