A master class on the Northern Rhône by one of the region's top winemakers. Learn about this region as Philippe Guigal presents a lineup of E. Guigal's most sought-after wines, starting with Condrieu. part 1; more to follow
These two iconic Tuscan reds are shaped in the vineyard and in the winery. Gain insights into the decision-making as Piero Antinori and winemaker Renzo Cotarella compare the 2007 vintage of each. part 4/4
Same grape, same winery, yet distinctly different wines from different regions. Get the scoop on Shiraz regions with Michael Twelftree, who shares his insights with Wine Spectator's Gloria Maroti Frazee. part 1 of a series; more to come
Marchese Piero Antinori describes the vineyards of Tignanello and Solaia and tastes the 1997 vintage of each wine with winemaker Renzo Cotarella and Bruce Sanderson. Solaia '97 was WS Wine of the Year in 2000. part 2/4; more to come.
Piero Antinori was among the first Tuscan producers to go outside the strict classification system to make high-quality wines. Antinori describes why he broke with tradition, defines Super Tuscan and introduces Tignanello & Solaia. part 1/4
From selling grapes to making Wine Spectator's Top Wine of 2010, the Smith family's story parallels that of Paso Robles. Join Justin Smith as he talks whale bones, family and dancing on his way to making benchmark Rhône wines in Paso.
Top-scoring Pacific NW reds (such as Reynvaan Stonessence) hail from the Rocks, known for its distinctive cobblestone soils in OR & WA. Learn about the area with Kevin Pogue, the geologist who helped define the proposed AVA's boundaries in Oregon.