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2013: Bordeaux's Divided Year
With the worst conditions in generations the 2013 Bordeaux vintage won't be one that producers remember fondly, but some merchants are cautiously optimistic.
By Adam Lechmere | Posted Tuesday, 15-Apr-2014
Bordeaux's Not So Greatest Hits
Bordeaux's 2013 vintage might not be the best on record, but it is far from the worst.
By Jane Anson | Posted Tuesday, 08-Apr-2014
Oregon's Five Grand Cru Sites of the Future
With Burgundians arriving in their droves, Katherine Cole considers which Oregon vineyards have the potential to be the equivalent of a Burgundy grand cru.
By Katherine Cole | Posted Tuesday, 01-Apr-2014
Napa Caught Napping in American Appellation Race
How a small town in Missouri beat Napa to become the first American Viticultural Area.
By Claire Adamson | Posted Tuesday, 25-Mar-2014
Where Now For Crimean Wine?
The future of Crimea is uncertain and the local wine industry is wondering how the unrest will affect it.
By AFP | Posted Thursday, 20-Mar-2014
Rapper Endorsement Puts Luc Belaire Rosé on Most-Wanted List
A French sparkler has emerged from the rear to grab a spot on Wine-Searcher's list of the
By Diana Goodman | Posted Tuesday, 18-Mar-2014
Chilean Immerses His Wines in Jazz
Can music change the taste of a wine? A recent experiment seems to suggest so.
By Amanda Barnes | Posted Tuesday, 11-Mar-2014
Moving Military Technology to the Winery
Military technology might help speed up the aging of wine, according to a California scientist.
By Erika Szymanski | Posted Tuesday, 04-Mar-2014
How Long Before Napa Cabs Top $1000 A Bottle?
With 12 Napa wines selling for at least $1000 a bottle wholesale at Premiere Napa Valley, can the same price for regular releases be far behind?
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 28-Feb-2014
British Government Stocks Some "Jolly Good" Wines
Depending on who they are, David Cameron can pour visitors a French "national treasure" from Burgundy or a $7 Chilean Merlot
By Claire Adamson | Posted Wednesday, 19-Feb-2014
Slow Cooking With Rollan de By's Jean Guyon
château owner Jean Guyon likes to take the time to cook up a melt-in-your-mouth beef cheek.
By Sophie Kevany | Posted Saturday, 15-Feb-2014
Burgundy's Spiraling Prices: Fact and Fiction
The new breed of boutique négociants are driving up Burgundy prices for everyone, even if you don't buy their wines, says Bill Nanson.
By Bill Nanson | Posted Wednesday, 12-Feb-2014
Berenice Lurton's Sweet and Salty Chicken
Berenice Lurton of the famed Lurton family was handed the keys of Barsac's Château Climens since 1992, at the tender age of 22. Devoted to sweet wine, she selects an easy chicken dish to match the estate's wines.
By Sophie Kevany | Posted Saturday, 08-Feb-2014
America vs. Europe: The Organic Divide
W. Blake Gray
explores the debate over organic wine between the U.S. and the European Union.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 05-Feb-2014
Tim Adams' Lamb Shank Special
Tim Adams has been working in the Clare Valley wine industry since 1975. He receives rave reviews for both his white and red wines and has recently launched a new entry-level brand, Mr Mick.
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Sunday, 02-Feb-2014
Australia's Most Expensive Wines
Young guns may be snapping at their heels, but there's little change to the established order of Australia's top-end wines.
By Mike Bennie | Posted Thursday, 30-Jan-2014
Drink NFL Wines for the Super Bowl
W. Blake Gray
suggests wines with a football flavor for the game of the year.
Posted Tuesday, 28-Jan-2014
Dinner with an Englishman in New York
Jamie Ritchie of Sotheby's finds comfort in an English culinary classic.
By Claire Adamson | Posted Sunday, 26-Jan-2014
Is Yeast the Answer to Lower-Alcohol Wines?
A combination of two yeasts provides an unprecedented reduction in alcohol levels.
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Wednesday, 22-Jan-2014
1 Wine Dude Shares His "Poor Man's Feast"
Joe Roberts, also known as 1 Wine Dude, loves roast chicken and especially this dish. “There’s no sexy name. To me it’s the poor man’s feast.”
By Claire Adamson | Posted Friday, 17-Jan-2014
Thomas Duroux's Signature Scallops
The head of Château Palmer fell in love with food through eating dishes cooked by his Italian grandmother. But for his current fave rave, it's French ingredients all the way.
By Sophie Kevany | Posted Saturday, 11-Jan-2014
Argentina's Most Expensive Wines
Would you pay more than $100 for an Argentine malbec?
By Amanda Barnes | Posted Wednesday, 08-Jan-2014
Scott Harvey's Signature Dumplings
W. Blake Gray
found that even for adventurous eaters, leberknödel are an acquired taste.
By Yinan Zhang | Posted Friday, 03-Jan-2014
Top Wine Trends for 2014
polishes his crystal ball and looks ahead to the next 12 months in wine.
Posted Monday, 30-Dec-2013
French Foie Gras Producers Hoping for Festive Boost
Eating foie gras at New Year is a traditional treat in France, but moral qualms are hitting sales.
By AFP with Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Sunday, 29-Dec-2013
Aline Baly's Holiday Turkey
The co-owner of premier cru Barsac estate Château Coutet developed a taste for turkey while living in America.
By Sophie Kevany | Posted Monday, 23-Dec-2013
Our Wines of the Year
To wrap up 2013, we asked our columnists and contributors to name the wines that have most impressed them over the past 12 months.
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Monday, 23-Dec-2013
Aurelio Montes's Chilean Christmas
The co-founder of leading Chilean wine estate Viña Montes shares his festive traditions.
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Friday, 20-Dec-2013
Peter Gago's Australian Christmas
Penfolds' chief winemaker embraces his English heritage.
By Diana Goodman | Posted Tuesday, 17-Dec-2013
Eight Bubbles Off the Beaten Track
We asked wine professionals around the world to recommend a sparkling wine they'd discovered this year that wasn't one of the usual suspects.
Posted Monday, 16-Dec-2013
Finding Religion in the Vineyard
It's Easter, so here are some wines you can drink without feeling guilty for neglecting your religious duties.
By Claire Adamson | Posted Friday, 18-Apr-2014
Sir Alex Set to Score With Wine Auction
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Thursday, 17-Apr-2014
Bordeaux Needs to "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" Says Sherry-Lehmann CEO
Bordeaux producers risk falling out of step with consumers, warns one of New York's top wine retailers.
Interview by W. Blake Gray
Posted Thursday, 17-Apr-2014
The Busy Wine Lover's Guide to Rauzan-Ségla
Château Rauzan-Ségla heads back to the future with horses for plowing and gravity-fed cellars.
By Jane Anson | Posted Wednesday, 16-Apr-2014
The End of the "White-Aproned Sommelier"?
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Tuesday, 15-Apr-2014
Krug Owner Buys into Burgundy
By AFP Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Tuesday, 15-Apr-2014
France Gives Wine National Heritage Status
By AFP with Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Monday, 14-Apr-2014
Q&A: Elena Pantaleoni, the Leading Lady of "Natural Resistance"
The owner of La Stoppa winery is a respected leader in Italy’s natural wine movement. She features in “Mondovino” filmmaker Jonathan Nossiter’s new documentary, “Natural Resistance.”
Interview by Katherine Cole
Posted Monday, 14-Apr-2014
Bordeaux 2013: Best Value Buys
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Friday, 11-Apr-2014
Wine-buying Guide Hits the Right Note
We review Tom Stevenson's new wine guide.
By Claire Adamson | Posted Friday, 11-Apr-2014
Don't Like the Wine? Tough Luck, Rules Judge
Half a case of sour grapes, ends up in court.
By Claire Adamson | Posted Thursday, 10-Apr-2014
100 Parker Points Give Screaming Eagle Prices Wings
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Thursday, 10-Apr-2014
What Wine-Searchers Want
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Wednesday, 09-Apr-2014
Record $36m Paid for Wine Cup
By Don Kavanagh | Posted Wednesday, 09-Apr-2014
Quinta do Noval: Home to the Greatest Port Ever Made?
Quinta do Noval is striving to keep up the standards it set with its 1963 Nacional Port.
By Richard Hemming | Posted Wednesday, 09-Apr-2014
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