Cabernet Sauvignon

Why Napa is shifting fast from blended wines to single vineyard expressions

Napa, once a region that closely followed a Bordeaux wine-blending approach, is now mimicking Burgundy with a single-vineyard focus – and it's a trend gaining momentum, according to Jean-Guillaume Prats.

The world’s biggest wine drinkers live on a tiny island in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean

Norfolk Island, an Australian islet more than 1,400km from the mainland and just 8km long, consumes more wine per capita than anywhere else in the world, with the 1,500-strong population spending nearly £500 per year.

Final call for Cabernet Sauvignon Masters 2018 entries

Final entries are now being accepted for the drinks business Cabernet Sauvignon Masters 2018  ahead of the upcoming deadline of 31 March.

Changes afoot for Chile’s Casa Real Cabernet

One of Chile’s most celebrated Cabernets, Casa Real, is undergoing changes under the guidance of its new winemaker, Sebastián Labbé.

Uncorked: Chris Hatcher

May 8th, 2017

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