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Wine News

The lots are lined up for viewing before the provincial auction

Sale of the Century Sees Petrus Go for $500

Burgundy Vineyards Experiment with Anti-Hail Nets

French Wine Exports to China Remain Strong but Slip Elsewhere

Prosecutors Name More Kurniawan Victims

Opinion

A surprising selection of favorites

Tom Stevenson on Bone-Dry Bubbles

Finding consistency in low- and zero-dosage sparkling wines can be tough going, our Champagne specialist discovers.

Interviews

Mike Martini Talks Wine, Food and Trading Licks

A lifelong Napa man, Mike Martini is popular in the valley, as much for his guitar playing and cooking as his winemaking.

Q&A: Becky Wasserman-Hone

Becky Wasserman-Hone talks about her colorful past and bright future.

Features

Château Angelus's one-off black label has 21.7-carat gold lettering

Five Ways Wineries Fight Counterfeits

Wineries are using increasingly sophisticated methods to foil forgers, discovers Elin Mccoy.

With Wine, Machismo Rules in Latin America

Big and bold are the watchwords for Latin American wine collectors.

Buzzwine

Curiouser and Curiouser - The Stories Behind the Labels

We discover the story behind the curious labels on five wines from around the world.

Producer Portrait

10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Château Clinet

Château Clinet makes 100-point wines, but somehow manages to remain affordable.

Le Pin: The Ultimate Collector's Wine?

Le Pin doesn't make a lot of wine, but what it does make appeals to critics and collectors alike.

The Bookshelf

Author Natalie Berkowitz (L); Miljenko "Mike" Girgich (R)

Hand in Hand with the Winemaker

A new book by Natalie Berkowitz features conversations with winemakers around the world.

Exploring Madeira, the Island of Wine

All you ever needed to know about Madeira is in this book.

Pompeiano is the IGT title used by the Napoli province, in Campania, southern Italy. Its name invokes the ancient city of Pompeii, destroyed and buried by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in AD 79. The city's excavated remains have been carefully restored for all... more

Star Wines

The Top 10 best value wines in the world, as rated by the world's wine critics.

Recommended wines

Want wine advice? Our 'Best Buys' recommendation feature will find the best value wines for your money.

Ramisco – the iconic, blue-skinned grape of Colares, southern Portugal – may well be the only ungrafted vinifera variety in existence. It grows exclusively in Colares' sandy soils, where phylloxera cannot... more

Wine Quiz

Challenge and improve your wine knowledge with our new Wine Quiz.

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