Admirers of Pinot Noir find few similarities between the red wines of Burgundy and the Pinots of California, whose unrestrained Mediterranean
James Roundell gained more than expertise in Impressionist and modern paintings during his 22 years at the London office of Christie’s.
A few years ago, Peter Galassi, head of the photography department at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, decided to deaccession a number of pho
While collectors clamor for the 2000 Bordeaux vintage, and critics dull their pencil leads with praise for Australia, Spain has quietly emerg
Barossa Valley Estate originally started as a growers’ cooperative in 1985, when 80 third- and fourth-generation Barossa Valley growers unite
American wine importers John and Harry Mariani created Castello Banfi just a couple of decades ago, yet the vineyard projects the aura of a w
When members of the wine press first tasted the 2000 vintage Bordeaux barrel samples, they stumbled over themselves for adjectives to describ
Dry River is one of New Zealand’s most talked about, yet least accessible, wines.
From his birthplace in Austria’s Burgenland region, not far from the Hungarian border, Alois Kracher makes some of the best sweet wines in th
Rather than controlling disparate vineyard plots, as most Burgundy domaines do, Bonneau du Martray is a single, contiguous estate.