Semillon is at its most illustrious in the humid atmosphere of Sauternes and Barsac, where its susceptibility to noble rot concentrates the fruit sugars and acids in the grapes to produce some of the most luscious, sweet wines in the world
Responsible for the blush wine craze of the late 1980s, Zinfandel is a near-native grape of California, where at its best, it produces powerfully-constructed, brambly, spicy reds for the most part best drunk young or relatively young.
More than 1,000 fine wine lovers in China had the chance to meet their favourite winemakers and taste over 600 wines at the fourth Decanter Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter. See highlights below.
Where can you find the most talked-about Californian wineries, and what can you do there?
What wines pair best with mooncakes, or are simply appropriate for the upcoming moon festival? Wine experts from the Decanter Asia Wine Awards share their favourites.
Decanter announces that it will hold its fourth Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter at the Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong on 18 November 2017.
Hear Tansy's view on the most popular regions and producers in the market, and how should wine lovers approach food and drinks pairing.
For many consumers, the en primeur system in Bordeaux, and the roles of merchants, négociants and the chateaux can be a bit confusing. Here's a quick Q&A explaining what it is and how it works.
Decanter launches today (10 November) its official account on WeChat, one of China’s most popular social media platforms, targeting the mobile-savvy, younger generation of Chinese wine lovers.
What is the difference between primary and secondary aromas?