Zinfandel Is Coming Home

Fifteen years after the big discovery that Zinfandel was actually Tribidrag or Crljenak kaštelanski, this great grape variety is coming back to its homeland. Join more than one hundred and fifty wine lovers and experts from all over the world who will have an opportunity to learn more about Tribidrag at the I Am Tribidrag Conference, the 1st International Conference on Tribidrag, to be organised on 27 and 28 April 2017, in Split, Croatia – the land of its roots.
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Why You Should Be Drinking More Vintage Port

Portugal’s Douro Valley is a special place. Even Unesco thinks so, having given it world heritage status, joining several other of the world’s great wine regions. Amid the teeming vineyards that sit on preposterously steep inclines leading down into the snaking Douro River, [Read more…]

Rothschild Champagne creates new fizz exclusively for the Ritz

Champagne Barons de Rothschild, a venture co-owned by three branches of the Rothschild family, has said it will produce bespoke Champagnes for the Ritz in London. [Read more…]

Police Seize 9,000 Bottles of Fake Champagne

The counterfeit Moët & Chandon Champagne is worth nearly $400,000. [Read more…]

Champagne helps to fuel LVMH 2015 sales rise

Strong performances from its Champagne and wine brands helped luxury goods group LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton to a 16% increase in revenues last year. [Read more…]

The 10 rules of food and wine pairing by Karen MacNeil

Wine writer Karen MacNeil has laid out her guide to food and wine pairing in 10 easy principles to help you navigate what can often seem like a maze full of false avenues. This copy is an excerpt from her new book, The Wine Bible. [Read more…]

Stolen Côte Rotie wine found in hidden cellar

A cache of stolen Côte Rotie wines has been discovered in a hidden cellar only a little further down the river Rhône after a year-long search. [Read more…]

5 Tips for Storing Opened Wine

These are the best ways to preserve the last few glasses of your open bottle.

Wine Enthusiast polled its editors and other wine pros on the best ways to preserve the last few glasses of your open bottle. [Read more…]

Wine By The Glass With D-Vine

A French startup is looking to change the way people drink wine, one glass at a time. The device being shown by 10-Vins at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas borrows the idea from the fast-growing single-dose coffee machines such as Nestle’s Nespresso and US-based Keurig. [Read more…]

Hubert le Gall’s Limited Edition Ruinart Blanc de Blancs

The new limited edition of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs bears the signature of Hubert Le Gall, the French artist and scenographer. Golden fine upstrokes and wide downstrokes flow over the immaculate whiteness of the coffret. An emblematic line in time interrupted only when the giftbox is opened. [Read more…]