The heights of Cafayate
Napa Valley is well known as being the home of great Cabernet Sauvignon, but it isn't just a one-grape valley, as SUSAN KEEVIL reveals
From Burgundy to Coonawarra, Macedonian producers are seeking parallels, and attempting to give order to their terroirs. SUSAN KEEVIL outlines the regions and their styles
Who are the future Mondavis, or Henschkes, currently toiling away in Greece's Macedonia? Susan Keevil profiles a few of the current and future stars of this exciting region
Michael Broadbent has been in the wine business for 50 years and he's not planning to give up yet. SUSAN KEEVIL talks to Decanter's irreverent, hugely popular wine writer and all-round expert
Chris Hill is as happy at 45 degrees to the tarmac racing his Grand Prix bike as he is checking out the contents of Vat 45. SUSAN KEEVIL takes a spin with this multi-talented Australian winemaker
Napa's warm climate lends itself to blockbuster wines, but is this stereotype set in stone? SUSAN KEEVIL heads to California in search of wines that strive for real elegance
SUSAN KEEVIL, city dweller, is given the awful task of driving around the British Isles to sample three of the country's best hotels
It may have fallen into obscurity in Spain, but the distinctive grape Torrontés is still making its mark in Argentina. SUSAN KEEVIL reports
Taking over as winemaker at a California cult winery is no easy task. Vanessa Wong, who has done just that at the Peter Michael Winery, talks to SUSAN KEEVIL
They've taken Manhattan by storm and they're gaining a firm foothold in Europe. SUSAN KEEVIL demystifies the new stars of the Greek wine scene.
A year ago, a Decanter panel decided that the Aussies had lost the plot with their Chardonnay. SUSAN KEEVIL investigates the truth...
Never has the importance of a decent schooling been more apparent. Birthplace has little to do with it, really. Sometimes it helps if a sequence of different solera schools are attended. And the best results are invariably gained by finos with the benefit of the full 'education'. Five years in solera can surely equate with a full university course. SUSAN KEEVIL finds out why school really matters