This weekend, let's travel from the Mediterranean coast to the northeast of France, and test your knowledge about Southern France and Alsace.
Pinot Noir is considered one of the core French grapes, known for its thin skin making it easy prey to weather damage and rot. What else do you know about Pinoti Noir?
The Loire Valley is the largest source of white wine in France, the second-largest source of AC rosé, and the third-largest source of AC wines generally. Try this week's wine quiz to test your knowledge about the Loire Valley.
Sauvignon Blanc is aromatic and traditionally displays potent green fruit, floral and vegetable fragrances, contrasting though those might sound.
Although the southern Rhône has much larger wine production than the northern Rhône, it also produce some super premium wines. Test your knowledge of the southern Rhône with this week's wine quiz.
Maceration a method integral for making everything from gin to beer to soap. For winemakers, however, it’s more than that; it’s a near-magical element of the fermentation process.
Although the northern Rhône is only responsible for 5 percent of the total production of Rhône, it is the home of many wine with the highest reputations and prices. Test your knowledge of the northern Rhône with this week's wine quiz.
Wine labels from the New World are usually easy to understand for Chinese consumers, boldly showing varieties and production regions.
Burgundy is the home of some of the world's most exciting wines, however its appellations and vineyards can be complicated to the wine students and the consumers. Try this week's wine quiz to test your knowledge about Burgundy.
Where do ‘vineyard activities’ sit within winemaking? Well, before we even see so much as barrel stave, we need to get our gardening hat, green our fingers and take a stroll into the vineyard.