“There is no greatness without risk,” says chef de cave Richard Geoffroy of the Dom Pérignon 1990 Oenothèque Rosé (
Having cultivated its vineyards in the Rhône Valley for well over 500 years, the Chave family has amassed sizable holdings in Hermitage, w
Frequently cited by collectors as being among the world’s preeminent producers of white wines, Domaine Leflaive was established in the tow
If the histories of the two Florentine families associated with Tenuta dell’Ornellaia are long and convoluted, the Tuscan estate’s own sa
Certainly one of the most prolific négociants in Burgundy—as the ubiquity of its village wines on supermarket shelves attests—Maison Louis
Adherence to tradition does not necessarily yield quality.
Many examples of Shiraz from Australia are so dense and liquor-like that one might mistake them for fortified wines, which were very much
Ann Colgin has a talent for making happy discoveries.
When Dirk Hampson joined Far Niente Winery in 1982 as assistant winemaker, he and owner Gil Nickel made a small quantity of Pinot Noir fro
Jeff Smith’s father, Ned, originally planted the humble Zinfandel vine on what turned out to be one of the more remarkable tracts of land
Practice, as they say, makes perfect, and certainly Justin Smith, proprietor of Saxum Vineyards, is well tutored in the artful cultivation
Only a truly significant passion could compel one to leave behind an illustrious family legacy to strike out on one’s own, as Luc Morlet r
Santa barbara county winemakers Greg Brewer and Steve Clifton have contributed significantly to shaping the Santa Rita Hills region’s repu
In an earlier career, Chalk Hill Estate—a staple in Sonoma’s wine country for decades—was one of the region’s first resorts.
For decades, Tor Kenward has prominently influenced the style of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, having collaborated with wine master Ed S
Infused vodkas have been commonplace for several years, and now one tequila maker has experimented with a subtle, yet distinctive floral i
Grant’s newly appointed master blender, Brian Kinsman, has some sizable shoes to fill.
Since the 16th century, when Leonard de Suduiraut married Nicole d’Allard, the estate in the Sauternes appellation of Bordeaux that bears
Alchemy is astir in the village of Fécamp.
After decades of anticipation, family-owned Scottish spirit and wine producer Gordon & MacPhail has finally unveiled its Mortlach