SIMON MEADS visits sherry's home in southern Spain, and discovers that Jerez is a city of fiestas devoted to its wine
At last the Pacific Northwest region is beginning to fulfil its potential as the future of American wine, says ANTHONY DIAS BLUE
There's a distinct whiff of fashionability in the mountain air along California's Sonoma Coast. STEPHEN BROOK offers some style notes on the vineyards of this exclusive enclave.
Wine is booming in Japan, notably among affluent socialites. FIONA BECKETT reveals what, and where, they drink.
It may not be the most obvious combination but, as FIONA BECKETT discovers, Champagne and Japanese food are exceptionally well matched.
The cellars of Tokaj have cleaned up their act since the communist regime. STEPHEN BROOK looks at the new styles and new producers emerging from Hungary's famous sweet wine region
JACQUELINE FRIEDRICH guides us through ten of her favourite new producers in the Loire.
There may be a trend towards unoaked Chardonnay, but wood in winemaking is here to stay. PATRICK MATTHEWS investigates.
Established to defend and promote the status of grand cru Chablis, the Union des Grands Crus de Chablis has a lot to deliver to secure the trust of consumers and…
Premium South African wines with the price tags to match are sweeping into international markets. KIM MAXWELL asks if the world is ready for them yet
André van Rensburg is renowned for being outspoken, arrogant and rude. He is also responsible for some of the best wines to come out of South Africa. He talks to…
MICHAEL BROADBENT'S heart is captured by Kevin Judd's photography.
Is there such a thing as 'premium' Prosecco? And where do you have to look? RICHARD BAUDAINS answers questions often asked about this Italian fizz.
A much overlooked Côte de Nuits village, Morey-Saint-Denis is at last receiving increased recognition, particularly for its premier and grand cru wine. STEPHEN BROOK spreads the word on this hidden…
Buying top Bordeaux doesn't have to mean remortgaging the house. ROGER VOSS guides us through quality wines from the famous commune appellations with all the style of first growths, but…
New vines coming on-line in McLaren Vale threaten to cause a glut of dilute fruit. MAX ALLEN talks to those producers in the region who are still set on making…
Pinot Noir may have found a home in Martinborough and South Island, but what about Bordeaux varietals? JAMES LAWTHER MW explains that Hawke's Bay is the next great site for…
A unique tasting was laid on at Christie's New York for 30 Latour lovers and collectors recently. HUGH JOHNSON joined them.
Sandro Boscaini of Masi, Valpolicella, is spearheading research into old grape varieties for new wines. CATHARINE LOWE reports .
Stockholm is one of Europe's most beautiful capital cities. Less than two and a half hours from London by plane, it's a perfect short break destination, as KIM PARSONS discovers.
Vaughan Johnson champions South African wines with his two shops in Cape Town and Dublin. PETER COBB meets the accountant-turned-winemaker-turned-retailer.
In the midst of the winter sports season in the French Alps, DANIEL CRAKER goes in search of alternative entertainment off piste.
After talking to winemakers around the world, JIM BUDD analyses the millennial vintage and reveals where's hot – and where's not – this year.
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.
2001 vintage guide for Washington State Merlot. Smooth, silky wines with intense fruit flavour.
The quality of Chilean wine has come on in leaps and bounds in the last 10 years. ROSEMARY GEORGE MW tastes the super-premium fruits of its labour
Powerful reds yielding good Chianti and great Bordeaux-style blends.
As attention turns to single vineyard wines, many smaller producers are – very successfully – grabbing a piece of the action, finds Dr PHILIPP BLOM