What does an unexpected heatwave mean for vineyards – and how do winemakers tackle it…?
Here are the things to consider when weighing up how long your bottle of wine will last if it's in the kitchen fridge.
Do you know your Marselan from your Petit Manseng? Here is a brief guide to the seven grape varieties awaiting final approval for use in Bordeaux and Bordeaux Supérieur appellation wines.
We ask expert sommeliers in the UK and US for suggestions on what to drink with different styles of this seafood with a rags-to-riches history.
Fining can help winemakers remove unwanted elements in a wine that affect appearance and taste, but it isn’t a method for everybody.
Sometimes spelt Cannonao, it is the Sardinian name for the widely planted red wine grape variety known in Spain as Garnacha and in France as Grenache.
New research explores how red wine tannins cause a ‘dry’ sensation in your mouth, and why this effect is different in Cabernet Sauvignon versus Pinot Noir.
What do winemakers mean when they speak about diurnal range in the vineyard, and why does it matter?
Where can you find Nebbiolo made in countries other than Italy...?
They're used to protect vines from disease, but do rootstocks also make a difference to how wine tastes?