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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
Quinta do Noval: Home to the Greatest Port Ever Made?
Quinta do Noval is once more reaching for the heights it achieved when it made one of the greatest wines in history – the 1963 Nacional Port.
By Richard Hemming | Posted Wednesday, 09-Apr-2014
From Hungarian Soccer Player to 100-Point Napa Vintner
A 35-year friendship with Silver Oak founder Justin Meyer paid off for Lou Kapcsándy, who has been a soccer player, boxer, chemical engineer, and now winery owner.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 03-Apr-2014
Peter Michael's Wines Are Honey For Bears & Robert Parker
Forget the danger of wine critics – there are real bears prowling around Peter Michael Winery, and a winemaker has to be armed and ready when checking on ripe fruit.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Friday, 28-Mar-2014
Parker Prefers Donelan Wines Post Pax
The story of Pax Mahle deciding he wanted to make leaner Syrahs has been told many times. But what happened at the winery after he left? Here's the other side of the story
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 19-Mar-2014
Silver Oak: The Wine Pro Athletes Love
Ordinary diners ignore what sommeliers and Robert Parker think and keep ordering one of northern California's iconic Cabernets
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Wednesday, 12-Mar-2014
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Branaire-Ducru
This Bordeaux fourth growth attracts wine drinkers rather than investors.
By Wine-Searcher staff | Posted Thursday, 06-Mar-2014
Viader Proves Napa's Cabernet Franc Credentials
Viader's wines stand alone in Napa and the family winery makes no apology for that.
By Adam Lechmere | Posted Wednesday, 26-Feb-2014
Tradition Rules at Giuseppe Quintarelli
This hard-to-find Valpolicella estate is worth discovering, explains
By Paolo Tenti | Posted Thursday, 20-Feb-2014
Château Cantemerle: The Fifth Growth That Nearly Wasn't
After a century spent sadly shrunken and neglected, insurance company money returns Château Cantemerle near its mid-1800s heights.
By Jane Anson | Posted Thursday, 13-Feb-2014
Behind the Scenes at... Trefethen Vineyards
Cabernet and riesling grow side-by-side at this Oak Knoll estate.
By W. Blake Gray | Posted Thursday, 06-Feb-2014
Ann Colgin's Dynamite Wines
With three perfect scores from Robert Parker, Colgin wines are carving out their own path in Napa.
By Adam Lechmere | Posted Thursday, 30-Jan-2014
10 Things Every Wine lover Should Know About... J.J. Prüm
explains why this
producer is so highly regarded.
Posted Thursday, 12-Dec-2013
Cracking the Moët Case: 12 Bottled Truths
At 270 years old, Moët & Chandon has become a brand that is recognized the world over, yet we still stumble over how to say its name.
By Caroline Henry | Posted Thursday, 05-Dec-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Ducru-Beaucaillou
Beyoncé or Charlize Theron?
visits the historic estate that compares vintages to celebrities.
By Sophie Kevany | Posted Wednesday, 20-Nov-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About...Ruinart
The world's oldest Champagne house, now owned by luxury goods company LVMH, is approaching its 300th birthday.
explores its past, present and future.
By Caroline Henry | Posted Wednesday, 13-Nov-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Gianfranco Soldera
catches up with the
Brunello di Montalcino
producer who lost most of six vintages when his cellar was vandalized.
Posted Wednesday, 06-Nov-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Jordan
Jordan wines have repeatedly been named as among the most popular in U.S. restaurants.
paid the estate a visit.
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Wednesday, 30-Oct-2013
Ten Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Château Latour
Château Latour set wine glasses rattling in Bordeaux over its 2012 decision to pull out of the en primeur system.
visits the first growth to see if it is still moving and shaking the region.
Posted Thursday, 24-Oct-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Taittinger
goes behind the scenes at Champagne house Taittinger.
Posted Wednesday, 16-Oct-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Gruaud Larose
Eccentric owners, hail cannons and dodgy song lyrics are all part of this improving second growth's story.
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Thursday, 10-Oct-2013
Wine, Baseball and Song: the Qupé Story
W. Blake Gray
heads to Santa Barbara County to meet Kinks fan, baseball lover, and winemaking maven, Bob Lindquist of Qupé.
Posted Wednesday, 02-Oct-2013
The Many Faces of Littorai
unearths the story of Littorai founder and winemaker Ted Lemon.
Posted Wednesday, 02-Oct-2013
Caymus Vineyards' Straight-Talking Scion
W. Blake Gray
meets fifth-generation winemaker Charlie Wagner, whose family owns Caymus Vineyards in the Napa Valley.
Posted Friday, 27-Sep-2013
Pioneering Precision in Piedmont
No discussion of Barolo and Barbaresco would be complete without mention of Bruno Giacosa, one of Italy’s most esteemed producers.
reports on "the genius of Neive."
Posted Thursday, 26-Sep-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Talbot
unravels the evolution of this St.-Julien estate.
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Thursday, 19-Sep-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Bollinger
dips into the legends surrounding the historic Champagne house.
By Caroline Henry | Posted Friday, 13-Sep-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Chateau Beychevelle
With the Médoc marathon taking place this weekend,
meets a key member of the organizing committee: Philippe Blanc, winemaker at Château Beychevelle.
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Thursday, 05-Sep-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Leoville Poyferre
visits the "most Saint-Julien" of the three Léoville estates.
Posted Thursday, 29-Aug-2013
10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About... Vieux Chateau Certan
Alexandre Thienpont has steered this Pomerol estate back to greatness.
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Thursday, 22-Aug-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 End of the "White-Aproned Sommelier"?
By Rebecca Gibb | Posted Tuesday, 15-Apr-2014
2013: Bordeaux's Divided Year
2013 was a vintage from hell for Bordeaux producers, but merchants are finding a bright side.
By Adam Lechmere | 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
Bordeaux's Not So Greatest Hits
checks out some past Bordeaux vintages that make 2013 look positively stellar.
By Jane Anson | Posted Tuesday, 08-Apr-2014
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