The change will permit nonfortified wines in some subregions, allowing for greater diversity
Masters of Wine aren’t the only ones clamoring for more of the country’s wines—here’s what to try
Indigenous varieties and dynamic flavor profiles are among the factors helping them break ground in the U.S.
High-profile winemakers aren’t the only ones who’ve discovered the country’s wines—here’s what to try
From Encruzado to Baga, these grapes are gaining traction in the U.S. market
No longer bottled under the Cava DO, sparkling wine made by a splinter group of premium producers takes hold
From Béquignol to Vischoqueña, winemakers are embracing the continent’s lesser-known varieties
Winemakers are carving a new niche with old-vine and terroir-driven whites
These four new appellations reflect the country’s growing focus on defined terroirs
New terroir-related classifications and white and sparkling wine categories are among the changes
Featuring live data and a wine-backed cryptocurrency asset, the project is a new model for transparency and traceability
The variety is hotly tipped as the country’s next star, but how far will it go?