Fresh customs figures shows that China’s wine import figures continue to grow in both volume and value during the first three months of 2016. Australian and Chilean wines leaped in volume, while French wines are showing significant growth in average price.
Wine can cause weight gain because it is a concentrated source of calories, says Beverley Blanning MW, who explains some of the options for wine lovers to consider. Do you care how many calories are in your glass of wine?
How to read the label of your wines from Burgundy, Bordeaux and the Rhone valley? What are the key terms that indicate different levels of quality?
Find five quality wines from Alsace, Cahors, Rioja, California and Australia, featured in Decanter magazine's '50 Star Buys of 2015'.
*Originally published in the January 2016 issue.
Germany is no doubt one of the great wine producing countries in the world. Test your knowledge about German wines with this week's wine quiz.
New figures show that 10 countries drink around two thirds of the world's wine, but who is drinking the most? See below for a graphic prepared by Decanter using OIV data.
What makes a satisfying glass of wine? Berry Brothers & Rudd's new book explains six key factors which keeps a wine in balance.
The expensive price might have been stopping Chinese people from drinking wine three years ago, but that’s not the case anymore. Hear Terry Xu’s opinion on what people really need to get into wine nowadays.
What do you need to do before buying en primeur? What influences the price? Why is provenance important? Read five tips from Bordeaux wine investment experts.
What's the difference between Syrah and Shiraz? Which are the premium producing regions of this black variety? How about its flavour characteristics? Here are a few things you should know about Syrah/Shiraz...
Find seven outstanding and highly recommended Barolos from Decanter's panel tasting. Four wines are available to buy online in China.
The exciting discussions among international wine experts about Riesling’s potential to pair with Chinese foods only left me in wonder: How can a white wine be so versatile that it can be matched with the incredibly diverse and rich selection of Chinese food?
This weekend, let's travel from the Mediterranean coast to the northeast of France, and test your knowledge about Southern France and Alsace.
Famous, fabulous and fabled, Cabernet Sauvignon is responsible for many of the world's greatest wines and is, arguably, the grandest of all red wine varieties.
Debate will no doubt continue to rage over just how good the Bordeaux 2015 vintage is after a week of wall to wall tasting. Decanter's content editor John Stimpfig's early view is that 2015 is unquestionably great in parts and therefore far from homogenous.
Chinese importer ASC Fine Wines intends to bring more wine brands to its online shop, amid making major investments on digital distribution channels.
Why do some people turn red after drinking alcohol? What does the 'redness' suggest?