At least for one day the weirdest wines of Napa Valley were Gruner Veltliner, Nero d'Avola and, weirdest of all, a Vin Santo of Sangiovese. A few bra
Dylan York takes on Calabria, a wine region he believes has a lot to be desired.
The area of Calabria was once one of the most important wi
The Dude's take on an article posted today at SunJournal.com - younger, influential wine buyers are starting to impact how wine is made, and could b
I'm fed up with wine marketing that's "gender specific." I think it's really all about marketing tactics based on fear--fear of the unknown, fea
1WineDude details his experience attending an industry wine tasting, and provides advice one how you can survive one the next time that you attend.
Wine aficionado Randy Torban made his way down to the 2008 SoBe Festival and ran into more wine powerhouses than he knew what to do with.
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Three steps to take to pick a bottle of wine you'll end up liking.
Author Dylan York dives into Sicilian red wines, and why the best is grown on the side of Mt. Etna.
This article takes a look at some of he
Napa Valley blog, The Cork Board, celebrates one year of life online
This happens every day in group wine tastings or competitions: one group of tasters loves a wine that the other group really hates. These are experie