A new tasting event launched by a UK wine merchant is set to bring some of California’s “most exciting” winemakers to the capital for one day only.
There are surely few better ways to enjoy the Californian sun than by visiting the region’s numerous vineyards, fine wine bars and restaurants.
US wineries exported a record $1.55 billion of wine last year, an increase of 16.4% on 2012, and the fourth consecutive years rise by value.
Californian wine giant E&J Gallo is getting behind Moscato in a big way with two new releases aimed at fashion conscious young women.
Mike Cox, winemaker at Schug Winery in Carneros, shares his views on attempting to achieve perfection with Pinot in California.
The rise of premium wine sales in the US has prompted a number of new winery and hospitality centres to spring up at some of the best GPS coordinates in Napa Valley.
Favourable weather conditions and increased plantings have led California to produce a bumper grape crop in 2013.
The head winemaker at one of California’s most respected Pinot Noir producers, Williams Selyem, has announced his departure after 16 years.
The wine enthusiast is spoilt for choice when searching for a holiday that combines luxury accommodation with world-class wine tasting.
Recent cooler vintages in Napa have encouraged producers to look for restraint in their wines. But how much is the style change welcomed by French winemakers in the region?
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