From this week, we are going to explore individual wine regions. Let's start from a wine quiz about Bordeaux and south-west France.
It’s remoteness is part of its charm. Head into the foothills of the Andes to explore the back-to-nature delights of Argentina.
Have you ever been curious about what happened in a winery and how wine is made whilst sipping from your glass? Try our quiz to see if you could be a winemaker.
Can wine get so cold that it actually damages the wine? Tony Aspler answers that question for Decanter.
With its gracious villas and ancient churches, the valleys of Valpolicella harbour as much heritage as they do winemaking dynasties. Follow this month’s travel guide to find out how to make the most of this inviting region.
Wine labels are important because they can help you to predict what you would get from that bottle. Try this week's quiz to see how much you can read from the labels.
What do wine tasters mean by "food wines" ? What does it suggest if a wine is "brick red"?
This beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its famous sweet wines, great food and stunning architecture, is a perfect getaway.
Tasting notes are useful tools to give you a hint of what you should expect before you try a wine. Let’s look at some examples of wine tasting notes and how to read them.
Tasting wine is not simply drinking wine. It requires certain preparation, knowledge and skills. This week, let's test how much you know about wine tasting.