Old vines can add layers of complexity to wine, but can they become too old to produce quality fruit? Andrew Caillard MW gives us his answer...
Italy is one of the oldest and finest wine producing countries in the world bringing us a diverse selection of wine styles from effervescent Prosecco to ethereal Barolos and Brunellos. How much do you know about this eclectic wine country? Test your knowledge with this week's Decanter quiz.
Is it possible to tell whether a wine is warm or cool climate from a blind tasting? Terry Kandylis, Head Sommelier at 67 Pall Mall, gives his answer...
Chinese wine lovers will get un-paralleled access to an all-star cast of world class wineries at the third Decanter Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter in November, from Château Lafite Rothschild to greats of Tuscany, Spain and Australia.
Every month Decanter magazine chooses an unusual and exciting terroir to feature in the 'Joy of Terroir' feature. Here is the selection from the first six issues of 2015.
Out of the 133 Chinese wines tasted at this year’s Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA), two wines, including an ice wine, were awarded the top regional award ‘Platinum Best in Category’.
While everyone in China is talking about whether the traditional glutinous rice dumplings of Dragon Boat Festival should be savoury or sweet, the wine lovers are asking: should we pair wines with these delicious treats? GUO Ying, Senior Sommelier of Four Seasons Hotel China, answers that question for Decanter.
Austria, Hungary and Greece all have winemaking traditions and indigenous grape varieties. This weekend, test your knowledge about the wines from these three countries with our wine quiz.
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.
This weekend, let's travel from the Mediterranean coast to the northeast of France, and test your knowledge about Southern France and Alsace.