May, 2014


Decanter travel guide: Cilento, Italy

Escape Campania's tourist hotspots and explore the unspoilt hilltop towns and fishing villages of this exciting wine region. Carla Capalbo reports

Sashi Moorman

The Decanter Interview: Sashi Moorman

One of California's brightest talents, the winemaker for Stolpman in Santa Barbara has also found time to pursue other exciting projects, and to set up his own wine label. Stephen…

Andrew Jefford David Hume

Jefford on Monday: Hume at Tobacco Dock

Winegrowing is not artistic composition: a true work of art (poem, novel, symphony) is entirely created by the single fashioning mind. Without that mind, the work would not exist. What…

Wines of Austria

A Springtime Journey to Austrian Wine

The picnic basket filled with scrumptious Schmankerl delicacies is ready. The bicycles are geared up for the first tour of the season, and the joy of a warm spring day…

David Clark Burgundy

Jefford on Monday: Young, Energetic and Needy

Anyone know what a SAFER does? Cue silence, mostly. The answer, though, is fascinating, and useful for understanding French wine – or France as a whole, come to that.

Rioja Rose

Delicate, pale…Rioja?

Pale, light and delicate, with an elegant freshness and fruity flavour… Ramón Bilbao Rosé is not a traditional Rioja - it is today’s Rioja.

vines, wine, grapes,

French court clears anti-GM vine protesters

More than 50 protestors who destroyed a field of genetically modified grapevines being trialled in Eastern France have had their convictions quashed, to the annoyance of the country's national research