In this week, let's discover another three wine "flaws". How will they affect the flavor. Are they really "flaws"?
Every month Decanter magazine chooses an unusual and exciting terroir to feature in the 'Joy of Terroir' feature. Here is the second half of 2015 selection.
See below for some of the best vineyard photos published by Decanter magazine in the last six months of 2015 – all from Joy of Terroir 2015.
A wine's 'weight' is a tricky tasting term that can be hard to define and assess. Expert wine taster, Michael Schuster, gives us an explanation...
Pastry chef Jen Yee of NYC's Lafayette Grand Cafe & Bakery uses blood oranges at the height of their season to make her tangy, warm soufflés in orange cups.
Many of us head out every week to eat, or drink, at everyday to high-end restaurants. Ordering wine in these establishments can be a daunting task, even wine-lovers sometimes struggle. Are you unflappable when confronted with a wine list? Test your knowledge with the latest Decanter quiz.
Do you think you can work out how a wine will taste from the label alone or perhaps you can work out the grape variety from just knowing the region? Test your wine label knowledge with this weeks quiz. Tell us what you get in the comments.
Worried about wine breaking when you are travelling? Wine storage expert Daniel Primack gives Decanter some handy tips.
Will you be cooking up a romantic dinner this Chinese Valentine’s Day? Make things easier by using one of our recipes – and we even recommend the best wines to pair with each dish…
How well do you know California's most renowned wine region, the Napa Valley? Take Decanter's Napa Valley quiz and find out.
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...