European Winemakers Reconsider Still and Fortified Wines Amid Climate Change In the wake of climate change, wines once reserved as digestifs or occasional sippers are now part of the main menu.
At High-Tech Wineries, Robots Prune Vines and Precision Sensors Analyze Disease The advent of technology has allowed wineries all over the world to go high tech. Read about the newest innovations perfecting your wine.
Winemakers in this Italian Region Eschew Oak for Cherry Wood Oak aging is de rigueur throughout the world, but at one point in Valpolicella cherry wood ruled. Some domains preserve that tradition.
Burgundy Embraces New Varieties to Combat Climate Change In the wake of climate change, historic wine regions like Burgundy are resorting to extreme measures. One of those is growing new varieties.