As changes to some of France’s AOC vine planting laws grab headlines, there are a handful of growers are quietly bringing a new set of wines to market.
How do 2016, 2015, 2010, 2009 and 2005 stack up against each other in terms of style, character and pricing? Jane Anson draws on fresh figures and analysis to provide an overview of some of the key points to consider.
The secret to pairing wine with Japan's most famous cuisine is to 'go with the flow', according to Hiroshi Ishida, vice chair of the 2019 Decanter Asia Wine Awards.
Here are the top French wine estates with links to France's richest people.
These two titans of Valpolicella are forged by leaving grapes to dry out after harvest, but they won’t taste the same in your glass.
John Stimpfig examines the 2008 vintage - plus top wines to try tasted by our experts...
This column first appeared in the July 2019 issue of Decanter.
Stephen Brook reports from Piedmont’s Nebbiolo Prima tastings, picking the best of the new releases as well as riservas from Barolo 2013 and Barbaresco 2014
'Breathtaking, majestic wines of endless complexity.'
Prohibition, the most infamous alcohol ban in history, nearly destroyed California’s wine industry even though wine was not its prime target. One hundred years on, Julian Hitner charts the fascinating history of this most disruptive era
Eduardo Dingler explores the growth in canned wine sales in the USA, and now the UK - and at $25 dollars a can in some cases, it's not just the house wines...