Will the quality and complexity of California Pinot Noir ever match that of Burgundy? Matthew Luczy, wine director at Mélisse Restaurant in Santa Monica, argues that Cobb's Pinot Noirs have an identity all of their own... Ross Cobb admires the lineup of Pinot Noirs. A unique expression... The post Cobb Wines: Playing the ‘Pinot Noir long-game’ appeared […]
Promotional feature It's one of the best-known names in Rioja, but here are five things that might surprise you about Campo Viejo Promotional feature. Five things that might surprise you about Campo Viejo... The post Five things to know about Campo Viejo appeared first on Decanter.
The first edition of the World Restaurant awards took place on 18 February 2019 in Paris. Mugaritz, in San Sebastián, won the 'Forward Drinker' award See the winners.... The post Winners at the inaugural World Restaurant awards appeared first on Decanter.
Promotional featureThe art of winemaking; sharing experiences of culture and lifeAltos de Corral vineyard, La Rioja Promotional feature. The art of winemaking; sharing experiences of culture and life... The post Bodegas Corral: at the heart of the Camino de Santiago appeared first on Decanter.
One of Italy's greatest - and more controversial - fine wine producers, Gianfranco Soldera, has died at the age of 82. Gianfranco Soldera Has died at the age of 82... The post Montalcino winemaker Gianfranco Soldera dies appeared first on Decanter.
Is this the world’s best winemaker? Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW investigates...Raúl Pérez, pictured in his hometown of Valtuille de Abajo in Bierzo. Rapidly propelled to the status of 'global champion'... The post The Decanter interview: Raúl Pérez appeared first on Decanter.
Why Hugh Johnson is always wondering what's next in wine... I’ve celebrated new grapes, new regions and new ideas of all sorts. The question is always, what next? At this time of year I’m head-down in my next Pocket Wine Book. It’s the 43rd time I’ve done it, and no, it doesn’t get monotonous. When I say ‘I’, by the way, it’s really a big […] The post C […]
Sarah Jane Evans MW is excited to witness a quiet revolution in Jerez, driven by outside investment, a renewed focus on terroir and the development of different wine styles...Bodegas Barbadillo A quiet revolution is happening in Jerez... The post Sherry country’s quiet revolution appeared first on Decanter.
With its high vineyards and limestone soils, this large Catalonian DO makes distinctive whites from the Garnatxa Blanca grape. Miquel Hudin takes us on a tour of the region and introduces the top producers and wines to look out for…Vineyards in the DO Terra ALta. The top producers and wines to look out for… The post Regional profile: Terra Alta appeared firs […]