Rutherford Dust is the legendary reason why Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in the soil of the Rutherford area produce such excellent wines.
At one past midnight on the third Thursday of each November, from little villages and towns like Romanèche-Thorins, over a million cases
The wines of Alsace have a distinctive character and style that sets them apart from the other wine growing regions of France.
America’s Pacific Northwest Wine Appellations Washington and Oregon are premier wine growing regions, each with diverse geography, climates and soils. Combined, the
We looked at the various regions of Italy in part one of this course, so now lets get to the heart of
From fertile valleys to rocky mountain tops, it seems as if every inch of Italy is planted with grape vines. Some of
No other winemaking country in the world has such a wide range of cool climates, and this has enabled France to produce
Blending is one of the most important steps in making fine wine with a distinct and unique character. Complexity is probably the number
Think fast: which state leads the U.S.'s wine production? California probably quickly comes to mind, but do you know the runner up?
South Africans have been making wine for centuries, but it's only been since the mid-1990s with the fall of apartheid and the