The moniker may be a throwback, but some producers still rely on it to convey style—and to set the wine apart in the market
Indigenous varieties and dynamic flavor profiles are among the factors helping them break ground in the U.S.
With terroir top of mind, producers are campaigning for new hierarchy designations in regions like Rioja and Bierzo
Wine professionals sample the top canned wines on the market—and weigh in on their favorites
High-profile winemakers aren’t the only ones who’ve discovered the country’s wines—here’s what to try
The Loire variety is gaining traction. Is it ripe for a renaissance in the New World?
From Encruzado to Baga, these grapes are gaining traction in the U.S. market
An ancient winegrowing area is making a comeback after a long hiatus—and garnering acclaim
Made from grape pomace, the low-ABV beverage is finding favor among winemakers
Two underdog grapes—one championed in Oregon and the other in California—face off
The timing of harvest and winemaking adjustments are among the factors producers consider to achieve desired color intensity
How the holistic agricultural philosophy caught on with winemakers—and the pioneers who helped popularize it