Once each month Winegeeks.com will take a closer look at one of the great wine producing regions of the world. This month we dive into the hearty countryside of Piedmont, in northern Italy. Join us as we explore Barolo, Barberesco and the other great areas of this region whose name literally means "At the foot of the mountains."
The wine industry of France is taking a beating, but in no place is this more evident than the venerable communes of Bordeaux. Rampant overproduction, declining exports and rising competetion are just a few of the snowflakes of this avalanche towards disaster.
So you like wine and you like your friends. Want to get them both together for a little fun? Have a wine tasting! Blind or otherwise there's more to it than meets the eye. Read on for a great way to host an event.
Many people suffer from red wine headaches, but scientists have yet to determine the exact cause. We've researched the many possible causes of red wine headaches, and while we haven't come to a conclusion, we're hoping this will at least shed some light on the subject.
Alternatives to cork are the wave of the future, and if you haven't had a wine with a screw cap, synthetic cork or even one from a box, chances are good that you will soon. Want to know what the big whup is?
Rotten grapes! To a wine lover this may sound like tragedy, but a little mold and a lot of luck can produce the best dessert wines in the world. Our treatise on Noble Rot explains why just like a diamond it’s the finished product that counts, not the lump of coal you have now.
All countries are both blessed and cursed by wine regulations, of which we have compiled a list of regulations for Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain.
A comprehensive list of wine regulations from New World countries, including Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States.
Australia wants to take over the world! In the wine arena this isn't Sci-Fi. The Aussies have quietly built a world wine empire. Before buying that next bottle of shiraz be sure to read our report on Strategy 2025.
White with fish or chicken, and red with meat? No way. Whether you're a wine newbie or you've been at it for years, be sure to check out our Introduction to Food and Wine Pairing.